Sub-theme #41 26th EGOS Colloquium, July 1–3, 2010 (EUROPEAN GROUP OF ORGANIZATION STUDIES) Center for Globalization and Governance, Faculdade de Economia, Universidade Nove de Lisbos Lisbon, Portugal
- Andreas Georg Scherer, University of Zurich, Switzerland email@example.com
- Guido Palazzo, University of Lausanne, Switzerland firstname.lastname@example.org
- Gary R. Weaver, University of Delaware, USA email@example.com
- Implications for leadership theory building Possible topics might include (but are not restricted to) the following:
- What role does leadership play in a globalizing world?
- What are descriptive, instrumental, or normative implications for leadership (theory)?
- Do leaders have an extended responsibility beyond maximizing profits?
- How can the current leadership debate, especially research, on value-based transformational leadership be linked with the global CSR debate?
- What implications would a growing political role of organizations have for its leaders/for leadership?
- How can (responsible) leaders build legitimacy for their organization in a globalizing world
- How can responsible leadership contribute to social innovations or social entrepreneurship?
2. Implementing CSR: Behavioral issues Papers here might address questions such as the following:
- How can CSR be implemented successfully in organizations?
- What is the impact of leadership on the CSR engagement and performance of a corporation?
- How do leaders make sense of their emerging global decision-making context with its broader societal expectations?
- Why do leaders engage in social responsible actions or behaviors?What are the relationships between CSR, leadership, ethical decision making, ethical climate, and other aspects dealing with ethics and morality in organizations?
We invite both theoretical and empirical contributions that help us to better understand the role of leadership responsibility in a globalized world. Papers that argue across the potentially relevant disciplines (organization studies, leadership studies, business ethics & CSR, international management, legal studies, political theory, etc.) would be particularly welcome. EGOS has a long tradition of providing a forum for exchange and discussion rather than presentation of papers only. Therefore, the conference is organized in workshop form, which implies that every participant spends the conference in the subgroup where his/her paper is presented. Half the time is dedicated to paper presentation while the other half is free for discussion within the group. Therefore it is also a prerequisite that participants of the subgroup are familiar with all papers presented. The papers will be accessible on the conference website one month in advance. This workshop format allows for an intense, three-days immersion in a particular area of research and provides opportunities for profound exchange and learning within a group of international scholars. Further information can be found on the conference website: http://www.egosnet.org/.
The tentative schedule for submissions to the conference is as follows:
- January 10, 2010: Deadline for short papers of 3000 words, to be submitted to the EGOS website (please see www.egosnet.org)
- March 1, 2010: Notification of acceptance of papers
- June 1, 2010: Full papers to be uploaded to the EGOS websitePlease check the EGOS website for up-to-date information on deadlines and procedures.
Abstracts and papers will be available on the EGOS website (www.egosnet.org). Any inquiry concerning sub-theme # 41 should be directed to the following address: Prof. Dr. Andreas Georg SchererIOU/University of Zurich Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTel: +41 (0) 44 634 5300
- Brown, M.E. and Trevino, L.K. 2006. Ethical Leadership: A Review and Future Directions. Leadership Quarterly, 17: 595-616.
- Doh, J.P. and Stumpf, S.A. (Eds.) 2005. Handbook on Responsible Leadership and Governance in Global Business. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.Maak, T. and Pless, N. (Eds.) 2006. Responsible Leadership. New York: Routledge.
- Matten, D. and Crane, A. 2005. Corporate Citizenship: Toward an Extended Theoretical Conceptualization. Academy of Management Review, 30: 166-179.
- Palazzo, G. and Scherer, A.G. 2006. Corporate Legitimacy as Deliberation: A Communicative Framework. Journal of Business Ethics, 66: 71-88.
- Scherer, A.G. and Palazzo, G. 2007. Toward a Political Conception of Corporate Social Responsibility: Business and Society Seen From a Habermasian Perspective. Academy of Management Review, 32: 1096-1120.
- Trevino, L.K., Weaver, G.R., and Reynolds, S.J. 2006. Behavioral Ethics in Organizations: A Review. Journal of Management, 32: 951-990.
- Prof. Dr. Andreas Georg Scherer is Director of the Institute for Organization and Administrative Science (IOU) and holds the Chair for Foundations of Business Administration and Theories of the Firm at the University of Zurich (Switzerland). His research interests are in Business Ethics, International Management, Organization Theory, Philosophy of Science, and Strategic Management. His work has appeared in Academy of Management Review, Advances in Strategic Management, Business Ethics Quarterly, Journal of Business Ethics, Management International Review, Organization, Organization Studies. Dr. Scherer is Associate Editor of Business Ethics Quarterly and serves as a member of the editorial boards of Business and Society, Organization and Organization Studies.
- Prof. Dr. Guido Palazzo is Professor for Business Ethics at the University of Lausanne (Switzerland) and a visiting fellow at the Universities of Nottingham and Oxford. His research interests are in Corporate Social Responsibility, Corporate Branding, Democratic Theory, and Organizational Ethics. His work has appeared in journals such as Academy of Management Review, Business Ethics Quarterly, Journal of Business Ethics, and Technology Analysis and Strategic Management. Dr. Palazzo is Associate Editor of Business Ethics Quarterly and serves on the editorial boards of Business and Society, and the Academy of Management Review.
- Prof. Dr. Gary R. Weaver is editor-in-chief of Business Ethics Quarterly, and professor of management at the University of Delaware. Dr. Weaver’s research interests lie in both micro- and macro-level business ethics from both social scientific and philosophical perspectives, and in meta-theoretical issues in business ethics theory and research. His research has appeared in Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, Organization Studies, Business Ethics Quarterly, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Management, and other journals. In addition to his role as editor-in-chief of Business Ethics Quarterly, he serves on the board of the Journal of Management.
Prof. Dr. Andreas Georg Scherer
Chair of Foundations of Business Administration and Theories of the Firm Director of IOU / Institute of Organization and Administrative Science
University of Zurich, Universitätsstrasse 84, CH-8006 Zürich
Phone: +41 (0)44-634 5302, 5300 (secretary), fax: +41 (0)44-634 5301
See the new Handbook of Research on Global Corporate Citizenship:http://www.e-elgar.co.uk/Bookentry_main.lasso?id=4166