CSR Futures: Knowledge & Practice - ICCSR 10th Anniversary Conference
09:00, 26 April 12
ONLINE REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED
This two day conference marks the 10th Anniversary of the founding of the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility.
In recent years CSR has emerged as both a sub-field of business and management studies and as a basic management concept. In essence it refers to business responsibility to and for society but the meaning of these terms alone has provoked controversy. So where is CSR going? Is this just a matter of issues and context? Or is CSR acquiring some stable attributes? If, so what are these attributes and what explains them? Is CSR becoming institutionalised, and again, if so how and why? Is the future CSR more about responsibility, a business case, ethics, sustainability, or even compliance.
The conference will consist of eight parallel streams:
Asian CSR and its Dynamics
Beyond the Attitude-Behaviour Gap: Novel Perspectives on Consumer Ethics
Business and Development: Moving Forward on MDGSs
CSR Context and Dynamics
CSR & Governance: Comparative and International Perspectives
CSR Impact: Beyond Financial Performance
Leadership for Sustainability
Organisations in Transition – Exploring the Role of Accounting and Reporting for Organisational Change toward Sustainability
There will also be combined practitioner and academic keynote presentations and practitioner and academic panels which will address the broad question of CSR futures.
Professor Tom Donaldson, Mark O. Winkelman Professor in Ethics & Law at the Wharton, School of the University of Pennsylvania
Professor Ruth Aguilera, Associate Professor in Business Administration, Labor, Industrial Relations, Sociology & Law, University of Illinois
Rt. Hon. Clare Short (Secretary of State for International Development, 1997 to 2003, MP for Ladywood 1983 – 2010; Chair, Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative)
Professor Jeremy Moon, Director of the ICCSR (Chair)
Professor Andy Crane, George R Gardiner Professor of Business Ethics, Schulich School of Business
Professor Jean-Pascal Gond, Visiting Professor of Management, HEC Montreal
Professor Dima Jamali, American University of Beirut
Professor Dirk Matten, Hewlett-Packard Chair in Corporate Social Responsibility, Schulich School of Business
Professor Ken Starkey, Professor of Management & Organisational Learning, Nottingham University Business School
Gerry Boyle, Head of Business Relations, Oxfam
Vicky Bullivant, Global Head of Sustainability, Rolls-Royce Plc
David Logan, co-Founder & Joint Chair, Corporate Citizenship
Will Oulton, European Head of Responsible Investment, Mercer
Thomas Thomas, Executive Director, Singapore Compact for CSR
Full Conference Registration Fee £150 (from 1st April 2012)
Unwaged/Full Time Student Registration Fee £75
Full refund if cancellation more than 4 weeks prior to event
50% refund if cancellation 4 weeks prior to event
No refund if cancellation 3 weeks or less prior to event
Conference Dinner £40 (Thursday 26th April, The Bridge, Sir Colin Campbell Building, Jubilee Campus)
Full Time Student/Unwaged Accommodation £30 per night ( Halls of Residence on Jubilee Campus for 25th, 26th & 27th April )
*All extras can be booked via the on-line booking system.
**Suggested hotels in Nottingham are indicated through the on-line registration system.