Call for papers

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ISBEE will post on the website calls for papers that are sent to the secretariat secretariat@isbee.org. The announcement is updated monthly. Journal: A New Ethics Journal has issued a call for papers on hot topic 1. http://newethicsjournal.com/cfp/x Submission deadline 30 November 2017 Journal: RECERCA. Revista de Pensament i Anàlisi has launched a Call for Papers on “A critical reading of new alternative economic and business models” http://www.e-revistes.uji.es/index.php/recerca Submission deadline 31 Jan 2018 Conference: Australasian Business Ethics Network’s annual conference, is in…

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ISBEE elections

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As a result of the recent elections Prof Florian Wettstein is Vice President of ISBEE, and the members of the executive committee are  (in English alphabetical order) Miguel Alzola, Cecilia Aruda, Geert Demuijnck, Daryl Koehn, Xiaohe Lu, Christoph Lütge, Christopher Michaelson, Masahide Ohno, Craig Smith, Vashanti Srinivasan, Lindsay Thompson. The President Prof Thomas Maak, Immediate Past President Prof Joanne Ciulla, and the Secretary Howard Harris are members of the Executive Committee. All members of the Executive Committee will hold office until…

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VISUAL ETHICS CALL FOR PAPERS

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VISUAL ETHICS CALL FOR PAPERS Call for Papers Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations (REIO) Editors: Michael Schwartz, RMIT, Melbourne Howard Harris, University of South Australia Walter Kaufmann argued that “even Plato and Nietzsche had little feeling for the visual arts” and indeed that “most philosophy has no sense for art and is much the worse for that”. Kaufmann acknowledges that some philosophers have “dealt with aesthetics, even if they showed in the process, as Kant did, that they lacked...
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2016 World Congress book publications

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2016 WORLD CONGRESS BOOK PUBLICATIONS Several of the best papers from each theme at the 2016 World Congress will be selected as highlights of proceedings from the 2016 Congress to be published in English and Chinese in 2017. If you presented a paper at the 2016 World Congress and intend to submit your paper for inclusion in English, please send an email to Lindsay Thompson (lthompson@jhu.edu), or if you intend to submit your paper for publication in Chinese, please send an...
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BPEJ CALL FOR PAPERS

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BPEJ CALL FOR PAPERS “Do We Already Have Enough Business Ethics?”  Business and Professional Ethics Journal invites submissions to a Special Topic Forum on business ethics as an ascendant ethic that has helped constitute, and that is in turn constituted by, the highly productive economic and cultural orders of industrial and post-industrial societies.
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A History of the International Society of Business, Economics, and Ethics, Part 3

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A HISTORY OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF BUSINESS, ECONOMICS, AND ETHICS PART III Deon RossouwThe Ethics Institute (Pretoria, South Africa) Background The first two parts of the ISBEE history dealt in detail with the founding years of the organization – of which I was not part. Consequently, I have nothing to contribute to that important and interesting period of the ISBEE history that was so well narrated by the first two Presidents of ISBEE, viz. Richard De George and Georges...
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Conference on Ethics, Integrity, and Responsible Leadership in Economics

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Conference on Ethics, Integrity, and Responsible Leadership in EconomicsSeptember 23-24, 2016 Hosted by the Center for Economics and the Environment Hammond Institute, Plaster School of Business and Entrepreneurship Harmon Hall, Lindenwood Univ., St. Charles, Missouri (near St. Louis) Organized by the Central U.S. Regional Office of the Association for Integrity and Responsible Leadership in Economics and Associated Professions (AIRLEAP.org) Directed by Lindenwood University Professors Richard G. Anderson and Areerat Kichkha The conference will consist of sessions with three or four...
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A History of the International Society of Business, Economics, and Ethics, Part 2

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Part II Georges Enderle, University of Notre Dame When Richard De George, Henk van Luijk and I met in 1988 for a round table on business ethics at the World Congress of Philosophy in Brighton, England, we had no idea about the upcoming revolutionary changes the world would experience in the next 25 years. But we were convinced that a truly global society for business ethics – beyond the American and the European ones – was necessary. That’s why we…

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Letter from the ISBEE President

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Dear Members and Friends, It is difficult to believe that the 2016 ISBEE Congress in Shanghai is only two years away. In October I went to Shanghai for a meeting at the primary host institution, The Shanghai Academy of the Social Sciences (SASS). LI Yihai, Director of the Office of International Cooperation at SASS and LU Xiaohe, Director of the Center for Business Ethics Studies at SASS convened the meeting. We were very fortunate to have with us ISBEE co-...
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The Theme of the Sixth World Congress of the International Society of Business, Economics, and Ethics in 2016 in Shanghai, China: “Ethics, Innovation, and Well-Being in Business and the Economy”

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The Theme of the Sixth World Congress of the International Society of Business, Economics, and Ethics in 2016 in Shanghai, China: “Ethics, Innovation, and Well-Being in Business and the Economy”     Explorations by Georges Enderle John T. Ryan Jr. Professor of International Business Ethics Mendoza College of Business, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA     Introduction Innovation has become a catchword to attract a great deal of attention in business and economic policy and far beyond. It is...
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