This panel will explore these issues through both revisiting some elements of the history of political economy that form the foundation of classical economics and a more exploratory idea of sustainable development and contemporary analyses of the ethical, political, ecological and financial impacts or pursuing or ignoring sustainable development.
EBEN Bank account: European Business Ethics Network IBAN: NL34 INGB 0006 9743 87 (new account!) BIC/SWIFT: INGBNL2A Bank: ING Bank NV, Postbus 1800, 1000 BV Amsterdam, the Netherlands
As our annual conference can still not be organized as an in-person event, we have decided to organize a series of online workshops during the Spring. Three of these have already been scheduled.
EBEN Calls for proposals for an on-line series of thematic research workshops -plus a Ph. D. Workshop- to be scheduled during the Spring 2021 (April – May 2021).
4 Online workshops are scheduled during the Spring 2021 (April – May 2021)
- April 21st & May 20th: Self-regulation of Market Ethics (2 sessions)
- May 7th: Shared Responsibilities for a New Social Contract
- May 12th: Responsibility and inclusion revisited in the Organization of Sport
- May 14th: Rethinking Political Economy in the age of crisis
PhD candidates are invited to attend a one-day online doctoral seminar on May 21, 2021. The aim of the workshop is to provide guidance and support for advancing the student’s doctoral dissertation and the presentation of their ideas.
We are proud to announce we now have 18 EBEN networks. If you would like to set up an EBEN network, you can find more information in the section ‘Starting an EBEN network’.
When you set up an EBEN National Network you are establishing a local group with connection to a larger European family with siblings across Europe and cousins across the world. National networks organise conferences, workshops etc. for their own local members but in the meantime stay member of the EBEN international network giving their members also these extra benefits.
Call for Papers for what we hope will be an innovative special issue of the journal Human Relations on Contesting Social Responsibilities.
The 21st IESE International Symposium on Ethics, Business, and Society focuses on the future of work, with special attention given to how the human dignity of people and the dignity of work should be respected and promoted, and how human flourishing may be fostered at the workplace and in the design of organizations, along with other related topics. Although any conceptual or empirical paper related to the general theme of the symposium is welcome.