Although the theme of the conference is “Innovating for Sustainability” we invite submissions which contribute to advanced knowledge creation in the diverse area of CSR from a scientific, practical and/or political point of view. We encourage submissions from sociologists, psychologists, philosophers, political scientists, legal scholars, economists, management scholars and others who want to bring the logic and empirical techniques of their science to bear on issues of CSR.
Information on the conference is given at http://www.csr-hu-berlin.org/. Submission to the conference is via a proposal (one-page) that will be reviewed by the conference committee.
In addition to the conference there is a doctoral workshop prior to the conference:
As well as a special issue of Long Range Planning that is being edited by T. Devinney, J. Schwalbach & D. Siegel:
Submission to the LRP special issue is separate from the conference but the theme is linked and there is value to presenting at the conference should you be thinking about submitting to the special issue.
THE PROGRAM COMMITTEE:
- Joachim Schwalbach (Humboldt‐Universität zu Berlin), Chairman
- Timothy Devinney (Leeds University Business School)
- Robert Eccles (Harvard Business School)
- Wanjun Jiang (Peking University Business School)
- Gregory Jackson (Free University Berlin)
- Anja Schwerk (Humboldt‐Universität zu Berlin)
- Tanji Tanimoto (Waseda University, Tokyo)
- Sandra Waddock (Boston College)