British Academy of Management 2009 – CSR Track

December 3, 2008

BAM2009

15-17 September 2009

The Brighton Centre, Brighton

 

You can now make a submission to the BAM Conference at http://bam.ac.uk/conference2009/ (there is a track specifically on CSR)

 

Please note for 2009 there are four submission categories: Full paper, Developmental paper, Symposia and Workshop. Information on the submission process for each category can be found at http://bam.ac.uk/conference2009/guidelines.php

 

The closing date for all submissions is Friday 27 February 2009.

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British Academy of Management, CSR SIG – ESRC seminar series

November 11, 2008

ESRC RESEARCH SEMINAR SERIES

 

‘When worlds collide’: contested paradigms of corporate social responsibility

 

15 December 2008 

The British Library Conference Centre, London NW1

 

Seminar One

 

Deciphering the domain of CSR

 

The financial meltdown this summer places sharp focus on what constitutes responsible business. Banking and investment practice, so often held out as an exemplar of prudence and stewardship has been exposed as negligent and opportunistic.  Other corporations stand accused of contributing to global warming and climate change, exploiting child labour and other human rights abuses, and failing to implement responsible practices in the developing world, compared with reported practices in developed western economies.

 

This seminar sets the intellectual context for the series by establishing the factors and supporting issues to be examined in seminars 2-6. Seminar 1 will also assess the conceptual frameworks of the emerging comparative literature on CSR. It will explore, inter alia, how we have arrived at the present position, and how corporations have managed to capture so much of the agenda. It will discuss whether or not this is where we want to be, and how research in CSR relates to practice. It will consider the ‘expectations gap’ between public perceptions and corporate strategy, and whether a justification can be advanced for CSR that goes beyond the ‘business case’. What is the role for academics and policymakers? Can collaboration offer a way forward?

 

Presentations by

  • Professor Jesse Dillard, Center for Professional Integrity and Accountability, Portland State University
  • Lucian Hudson,  HM Foreign and Commonwealth Office

There will be responses to the presentations, and a panel discussion will follow with questions from the floor. A tour of the British Library will be available for up to 30 people.  

 

Further information from:   alan.murray@shef.ac.uk or Kathryn Haynes: kh20@york.ac.uk

http://www.bam.ac.uk/main/documents/ESRCBLProgramme.pdf or