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.
On February 21th, Yoshiko DeMotta (Fairleigh Dickinson University, USA) will present his work entitled «The role of thinking style in consumer reactions to corporate social responsibility» in the context of an ICOR/Marketing Research Seminar.
On February 8th, Bobby Banerjee (Cass Business School, London) will present his work entitled « Contested Compliance Regimes in Global Production Networks: Insights from the Bangladesh Garment Industry » in the context of an ICOR/Management/IOS Research Seminar.
On January 17, Cyrine Ben Hafaïedh (IÉSEG School of Management) will present her paper entitled « Separation payments and corporate governance: an ethical perspective » in the context of an ICOR/INENT research seminar.
Employees’ views are a key indicator of the ethical temperature in every organization, and many organizations use employee surveys to try and understand their culture.But what might the story be at a country level? How do we measure the ethical temperature of the business environment in France, compared to other countries in Europe?
the “Led By Her Graduation Ceremony – Class of 2018” will take place on Tuesday, June 26th at 5.30 pm, in Paris (Promenade Building – Rooms P122-123).
The Chair of Corporate Social Responsibility of the University of Mannheim Business School is hosting the 8th edition of the Business and Society Research Seminar for PhD students and emerging scholars on June 20-22, 2018.
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.