JOURNAL OF BUSINESS ETHICS

Call for Papers for the Thematic Symposium on:

“There is an App for that! The Use of New Technologies in Ethics, CSR and Corporate Sustainability Education”  

Co-editors of the Special Issue:

Ivan Montiel, Baruch College, City University of New York, USA
Javier Delgado-Ceballos, University of Granada, Spain
Natalia Ortiz-de-Mandojana, University of Granada, Spain
Raquel Antolin-Lopez, University of Almeria, Spain 

Submission Guidelines and Deadlines

The deadline for submissions to the Thematic Symposium is January 31, 2018.

Full papers should be submitted via the journal’s online submission system. Please follow the guidelines for authors of the Journal of Business Ethics at:  http://www.springer.com/social+sciences/applied+ethics/journal/10551

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CALL FOR PAPERS

Guest Editorial Team


Beatrice van der Heijden
Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands
Ans de Vos
Antwerp Management School, Belgium
Jos Akkermans
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands
Daniel Spurk
University of Bern, Switzerland
Mandy van der Velde
Utrecht University, Netherlands
Judith Semeijn
Open University of the Netherlands
Mel Fugate
University of South Australia

The aim of this special issue is to further develop the conceptual foundation and to empirically examine the concept of sustainable careers. Sustainable careers are comprised of work experiences across one’s lifespan that also intersect multiple life domains--work, social, and family. Individual agency is foundational to sustainable careers as it motivates individual’s behavior and provides meaning (Van der Heijden & De Vos, 2015). Creation of this contemporary notion was spurred by a combination of socioeconomic factors, such as the increased complexity and globalization of business and labor markets, as well as the frequency of change. These factors have put a premium on employee flexibility and accelerated the evolution of careers.

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EURAM Open Innovation track

Deadline for submission: 30th of January 2018 at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Editorial board:

Luciana CASTRO GONÇALVES, ESIEE Paris France;  Liliana MITKOVA, University d’Evry Paris Saclay, Franco Corrado CERRUTI; University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy; David DOLOREUX, HEC Montréal, Canada; Glaucia Maria VASCONCELLOS VALE, PUC Minas, Brazil

The aim of this thematic issue is to explore this diversity of collaborative innovation by highlighting the paradoxes that firms, institutions and individuals face: the paradoxes concerning SMEs; the paradox between openness and closure and the intellectual property in collaboration; the balance between creation and acquisition of value through collaboration; organizational paradoxes of collaboration; the paradoxes linked to open spaces of collaboration; the role of digital and manufacturing technologies in creating new paradoxes.

We invite authors to propose original approaches to illustrate these different paradoxes of collaborative innovation. The articles must comply with the standards set out in the editorial policy of Management International http://www.managementinternational.ca/en/authors-section/submit-an-article/


Click here to download the pdf file http://www.euramonline.org/images/euram/pdf/MI_Collaborative-_innovation_ENG.pdf

The research project “The many faces of academic success” at the Technical University of Munich (funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, BMBF) is conducting a survey on appointment procedures at universities.

The purpose of the survey is to contribute to a more comprehensive understanding of appointment decisions, including the question of whether there are similarities and differences in appointment preferences among countries and scientific fields as well as between junior and senior scholars.

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 Proposal Submission Deadline: June 30, 2017

IGI Global
A book edited by Harish C. Chandan (Argosy University)

Introduction

In the hyper-connected, globalized world economy of today, the goal of the economic nationalism for a nation is to promote its economic growth and prosperity of its citizens. It represents a set of country-specific economic practices to create, strengthen and protect a nation’s economy in the context of international markets. Economic nationalism encourages economic policies aimed at promoting domestic control of consumption, labor and capital formation. It questions the benefits of unrestricted global free trade.

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