Every year, IÉSEG and ICOR organize a competition to award the best “IÉSEG student thesis” regarding organizational ethics, social responsibility and sustainable development. (suite…)
On February 18th, Simone De Colle & Rodrigo Kambayashi (IESEG) will present their paper entitled «Symbolic Social Surrogation? Investigating the Relationship on UNGC Membership and ESG Performance» in the context of an ICOR research seminar. More information is available here.
On December 17th, Giuseppe Delmestri (WU Vienna) will present his paper entitled « Looking Behind the Curtain or the Social Construction of Greed. Categories, Status and Institutions in US and Italian Community Pharmacy » in the context of an ICOR research seminar. More information is available here.
Each year, IÉSEG and ICOR organize a competition to recognize the best Master’s thesis by an IÉSEG student in the fields of organizational ethics, social responsibility and sustainability. (suite…)
On January 30th, Kaveh Mohajeri (IÉSEG School of Management) will present his paper entitled « When Statistical Significance Is Not Enough: Investigating Relevance, Practical Significance and Statistical Significance » in the context of a joint MIS/ICOR research seminar.
The abstract is available here.
On March 5, a conference/debate (in French) on the topic of « Inspiring and achieving sustainable change » will be organized at the IESEG School of Management (Lille campus) in the context of the 4th edition of the ICOR Thesis Award ceremony.
VU Amsterdam is hosting the 9th edition of the Business & Society Research Seminar for PhD students and emerging scholars on June 19th-21st, 2019.