On February 19th, Guido Palazzo (HEC Lauzanne, Switzerland) will present his research « Institutional silence. A case study on the failed deinstitutionalization of hazardous waste lization of hazardous waste dumping » in the context of an ICOR/Management Research Seminar.
On February 15th, Matias Laine (University of Tampere, Finland) will present his research on « Social movements and ontological politics: enacting farmed animals » in the context of an ICOR/Audit-Control research seminar.
On December 12, Arno Kourula (University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands) will discuss his paper « The corporate license to operate: Toward a theory of the process and consequences of corporate irresponsibility » in the context of an ICOR/Management research seminar.
Prof. Mamta Bhatt (IESEG School of Management) will present her work on « It takes three to…: Examining implications of dualities for the experiences of participants in a multi-group change program and collaborative performance outcomes » in the context of an Internal ICOR/Management research seminar.
On February 19th and 20th, the IÉSEG School of Management will host on its Paris campus (Paris-La Défense) a Paper accelerator workshop on Gender and Entrepreneurship. Key note speakers are Dr. Sarah Thebaud and Dr. Sally Jones.
The Business and Society Research Seminar, hosted by the IÉSEG Center for Organizational Responsibility (ICOR) at IÉSEG School of Management (France) in collaboration with the Louvain CSR Network of the Louvain Research Institute in Management and Organizations (UCL, Belgium), Audencia Business School (France) and ICHEC Brussels Management School (Belgium), will this year be held in Lille, on June 8-9, 2017.
On April 19, 2017, a conference/debate (in French) on the topic of the Basic Income will be organized at the IESEG School of Management (Lille campus) in the context of the second edition of the ICOR Thesis Award ceremony. The keynote speaker will be Philippe Van Parijs (Université de Louvain), co-founder of the Basic Income Earth Network (BIEN). The second speaker will be Jean-Eric Hyafil (Sorbonne), co-founder of the « Mouvement Français pour un Revenu de Base » (MFRB). The student associations ENACTUS and LA TRIBUTE are associated to this event and will lead the debate with the audience after the talks of the two speakers. Participation to the conference is free but registration is required.
Prof. Diane-Laure Arjaliès (Ivey Business School at Western University, Canada) will present her work on « Can Accounting Save Nature? The Case of Endangered Species » in the context of an ICOR/Audit-Control Research Seminar.
Prof. Carlos Larrinaga-Gonzalez (Universidad de Burgos, Spain) will present one of his papers, entitled « The institutionalization of sustainability reporting », in the context of an IESEG ICOR/Audit-Control Research Seminar.