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Annual Conference OZSW Working Group Business Ethics 2017
23 June 2017 @ 09:30 - 17:30
This year’s host is Vincent Blok (WUR)
Wageningen is hard to get to the morning. Please be aware if while organizing your travels. Some of us stay over and have dinner Thursday evening. Notify Wim Dubbink if you want to join in. (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We distinguish between two kinds of sessions:
* full paper presentation
– 45 minutes (afternoon 40 minutes)
– paper is distributed at least 2 weeks before the meeting by authors
– max. 5 minutes introduction by author(s)
– discussion is opened by two reviewers (see schedule below).
– 30 minutes (except key note presentation)
– max. 20 minutes presentation
– max. 10 minutes discussion
9.15 coffee / tea
9.30 welcome: Vincent Blok and Wim Dubbink
9.45 full paper session
Raymond Zaal, Boudewijn de Bruin, and Ronald Jeurissen “Virtue ethics vs situationism: An empirical contribution to the theoretical debate”
10.35 full paper session
Kim Meijer “first chapter of PhD thesis”
Henk den Uijl “When the chips are down: practically wise leadership in organizations”
Thomas Wells “Corporate citizenship and International taxation”.
12.30 Lunch (courtesy of WUR)
Tjidde Tempels “Grounding Responsibility for Public Health in the Food Industry: on structural injustice and corporate responsibility”.
14.50 full paper session
Johan Graafland “Government regulation and intrinsic CSR motivation”.
14.35 full paper session
Frank Hendriks “The Moral Rights of Group Agents”.
15.25 coffee break
15.45 full paper session
Wim Dubbink / Luc van Liedekerke “A Hermeneutic Approach to Organizational Moral Agency”.
16.30 full paper session
Marc Davidson “Tax avoidance by international corporations and corporate social responsibility”.
17.15 closure / conclusion Vincent Blok
As regards planning the afternoon, I have been in doubt about organizing 1 parallel session to make the program less packed. I suggest to leave it like this and give every person the opportunity to skip one session.
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