Introduction from the ONE Chair
Jonathan P. Doh, Villanova School of Business, Villanova University, Pennsylvania (USA) introduces this issue of the ONE Division newsletter.... Read more here
The Communications Team has dedicated this issue of The O.N.E. Times in Remembrance of Nigel Roome:
- Céline Louche - Associate Professor, Joint-Head of the "Microfinance" Chair, Head of the CSR Research Area wrote a touching piece about Nigel: here
- The Academy of Business in Society wrote ‘Sustainability community loses one of its great champions’. Read the full tribute online: link
Congratulations to all ONE members that have recently been published. Find a list of the most recent publications in our dedicated section on the ONE website: here
Congratulations to Andrew Hoffman and the release of two new books in 2015; How Culture Shapes the Climate Change Debate, and Academic Engagement in Public and Political Discourse: Proceedings of the Michigan Meeting. Read more here: link
A new book by Thiel entitled The Social Domain in Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability: A critical study of social responsibility among governments, local communities and corporations was published in 2015 by Gower Publishing. link
Editors Wolf, Issa and Thiel present Empowering Organizations through Corporate Social Responsibility. Advances in Business Strategy and Competitive Advantage Book Series. Published by IGI Global. link
Alfred Marcus published link
A video lecture series is now available by: Thiel, M. 2016. Modern Cross-Sector Partnerships in CSR and Sustainable Development. Hershey: Pennsylvania, IGI Global. link
Announcements and Awards
An Kolk won a social impact award for an article published in Journal of World Business. More information available here: link
Walls and Triandis won the 2015 Outstanding Paper Award, Emerald Literati Awards. The award was given by the journal itself and for the following publication: Walls, J.L. & Triandis, H.C. 2014. Universal truths: Can universally held cultural values inform the modern corporation? Cross-Cultural Management: An International Journal, 21(3): 345-356.
Nanyang Business School (NTU Singapore) has joined the Alliance for Research on Corporate Sustainability (ARCS), as a member. Judith Walls is representing NTU on the ARCS Board of Directors.
Kevin Laverty's research on short-termism was featured in an article in the New York Times, "The Risks and Rewards of Short-Termism" (November 4, 2015). link
Calls for Papers – Publications
The International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing is calling for papers for a special issue entitled “Creating Solutions with Sustainable Entrepreneurship". Read more here: link
Organization & Environment is calling for papers for a special issue entitled “Creating Value for Stakeholders: Mechanisms, Measurements, and Performance Implications”. Read more here: link
The Journal of World Business is calling for papers for a special issue entitled, “Multinational Enterprises and Sustainable Development in the Extractive and Natural Resource Sectors Read more here: link
The Journal of Accounting and Organizational Change is calling for papers for a special issue entitled: Next Concepts for Successful Organizational Change. More information here: link
Business and Society is calling for papers for a special issue entitled: Stakeholder Theory at a Crossroad. Read more here: link
Call out – Conferences and Workshops
The Environmental and Sustainability Management Accounting Network (EMAN) in association with the Centre for Sustainability Management (CSM) at Leuphana University Lüneburg is pleased to announce the 20th EMAN conference which will take place in Lüneburg from 21-23 September 2016. The call for submissions (extended abstracts) is out now. For further information please click here
The Ivey Business School (Western University, London, Canada) is filling a position for a 2-year postdoctoral fellowship in business sustainability, commencing 2016 (start date negotiable). More information available here: link
Diane L. Swanson, Professor of Management and Endowed Chair in Business at Kansas State University, has been appointed to the Ethics Education Committee of the Academy of Management, which is part of the Academy’s Ethics Committee. The Ethics Education Committee’s mandate is to focus members’ attention on the Academy’s Code of Ethics and how it pertains to research, teaching, and professional life in the Academy and beyond. The goals of the committee include establishing a dialogue with members to build an understanding of the ethical issues they face. The committee has identified five thematic areas in the Academy’s Code of Ethics that can be used as points of reference for this dialogue: (1) Global Membership, (2) Scholar-Practitioners in Management and Consulting Professions, (3) Communication and Data in the Digital Age, (4) Scholars as Role Models, and (5) the Publication Process.
We hope you enjoyed the latest ONE Times, which was produced by the ONE Communications Team: Michelle Heyn, Janet Palmer, and Matthew Johnson. And we extend a special thank you to Miguel Perez Valls who is leading the website organization. Thank you to all the ONE members who contributed material to it. The ONE Times is also available via the ONE website:
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