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  • Title: Home
    Descriptive info: .. Site.. Web.. Home.. Conference.. Conference Registration.. Reviewer Interest Form.. Accommodation Options.. Travel Information.. Recreational Activity.. Past Programs.. Proceedings.. 2013 Proceedings Guidelines.. 2013 Proceedings Publication Agreement.. Conference 2014.. Membership.. Join Us.. Call for Editor.. Research.. Business & Society.. Business in Extreme Operating Environment.. BAS Call for Papers - Sustainable Finance.. BAS Call for Papers - EGOS 2013 Subtheme.. BAS Call for Papers - The Environment in Africa.. Related Sites and Ethics Research Centers.. Other Journals of Interest.. Expired Calls.. BAS Call for Papers - Corporate Political Activity.. BAS Call for Papers - Entrepreneurship and CSR.. BAS Call for Papers - Role of Govt.. in B&S Debate.. BAS Call for Papers - Corporate Sustainability.. BAS Call for Papers - China Business Society Final.. BAS Call for Papers - SMEs & CSR.. Newsletter.. Current Newsletter.. Newsletter Archive.. About  ...   work, and we facilitate contacts between emerging scholars and established thought leaders in the field.. Our over 300 members hail from more than more than 20 countries; in addition to academics from more than 100 universities, members also include employees of corporations and non-profit organizations.. Our annual conferences have been held throughout the U.. S.. , as well as in Mexico, Canada, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Finland, and other countries.. Call for Editor/Co-Editor of Business Society.. IABS sponsors.. Business Society.. , the only peer-reviewed scholarly journal devoted entirely to research, discussion, and analysis on the relationship between business and society.. Active calls for papers for special issues can be found at the journal home page and also under Conference (Call for Proposals) tab of this IABS homepage.. Privacy Statement.. Terms Of Use.. Copyright 2012 by IABS..

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  • Title: IABS > Conference
    Descriptive info: 2013 Annual Meeting of the.. International Association for Business Society (IABS).. Conference Theme: Social Innovations That Create a Better World.. Portland, Oregon, USA June 20-23, 2013.. Proposal Submission Deadline: November 2, 2012.. Theme.. The theme of the 2013 IABS conference is Social Innovations That Create a Better World.. Social innovation has been defined as new ideas that resolve existing social, cultural, economic and environmental challenges for the benefit of people and planet.. A true social innovation is systems-changing it permanently alters the perceptions, behaviours and structures that previously gave rise to these challenges (Centre for Social Innovation, 2012).. This theme was chosen to encourage participants to think about, highlight and discuss new and better approaches to addressing problems in business and society relationships.. Reviewers for the conference will assess the likely level of interest of the proposal s topic to IABS members as a whole and the coherence of the proposal in terms of adding to knowledge in the broad range of business society topics; thus proposals are not required to relate specifically to the conference theme.. Proposals should be submitted to.. iabsconference@iabs.. net.. by November 2, 2012.. Conference Environment.. Portland, Oregon has been called America s most European city (.. www.. traveloregon.. com.. ) due to its emphasis on walking and mass transportation, rich cultural environment, diverse neighborhoods with plenty of coffee shops, restaurants and retail stores.. It also offers gorgeous outdoor scenery, a wide range of outdoor activities, winery tours, and historical sites.. Portland s long-standing commitment to sustainability and the unique collaborative  ...   the largest independent bookstore with new and used books in the world, owned and operated by Michael Powell, takes up a full city block with its 68,000 square feet and it s a must see for anyone visiting Portland.. Location Highlights.. IABS 2013 will be held at the Marriott Downtown Waterfront Hotel, located along the Willamette riverfront, providing excellent views from most hotel rooms and an inviting walking or running environment.. The Waterfront Marriott is a very new hotel that has earned both Green Seal Certification and the Energy Star label; the hotel employs a full-time recycling coordinator, composts much of its waste and continually looks for additional ways to minimize its environmental impact.. Hotel accommodations for IABS participants will be $144 per night for a double room with free internet access.. The conference sessions will be held in the meeting rooms at the Marriott; all meeting rooms will have wireless internet.. Conference attendees can fly directly into Portland International Airport and take MAX Light Rail from the airport to the downtown hotel area.. Bus service, subway, taxi and rental cars may also be used.. Activities planned for Saturday afternoon include a 3-4 hour kayak trip to Ross Island or a tour of Portland-area wineries.. Numerous options exist for anyone wanting to shop, browse local art galleries, wander through local parks or simply hang out at Powell s Book Store.. More information can be obtained from:.. http://www.. travelportland.. com/.. http://traveloregon.. com/cities-regions/greater-portland/.. For more information or questions please contact:.. Conference Chair:.. Melissa Baucus.. Operations Manager:.. Kim Rodela..

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  • Title: IABS > Conference > Reviewer Interest Form
    Descriptive info: >.. Fellow.. IABS Member,.. We need dozens of reviewers to support our academic conference and that means we really need your participation! Please check all the areas of your interests and expertise and give us your current contact information, so that we can send you proposals for review in mid-December.. Thank you for helping to make our 2013 conference possible!.. And remember, the deadline for submitting a proposal to the conference is Friday, November 9, 2012! There is still time  ...   (.. m.. baucus@louisville.. edu.. ).. _____ Social innovation.. _____ Global challenges.. _____ Corporate social responsibility/performance.. _____ Stakeholder theory.. _____ Social performance / financial performance.. _____ Business ethics.. _____ Political Strategy / government relations.. _____ Business-community relations.. _____ Corporate governance.. _____ Corporate Philanthropy.. _____ Crisis/Issues Management.. _____ Cross-cultural issues.. _____ Nongovernment Organizations (NGOs).. _____ Environmental sustainability.. _____ Labor issues.. _____ Personal Responsibility for Improving Society.. Other _____________________________.. Please send this information to Melissa Baucus at.. by Friday, November 16.. Thanks again!..

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  • Title: IABS > Conference > Recreational Activity
    Descriptive info: Recreation Activities.. Ross Island Tour.. Saturday, June 22nd, 1-4 p.. m.. Cost: $39.. Go paddling in your backyard! We will leave from the Boat House dock along the Eastside Esplanade near SE Water and Clay and explore the backwaters of the Willamette River between Ross Island and Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge.. The Boat House is a mile walk from the hotel, just across the Hawthorne Bridge.. http://aldercreek.. com/ross-.. island-tour/details/21929/.. ross-island-tour.. What to Bring:.. Sunglasses.. Sunscreen (SPF 30), lip balm (SPF 15).. Water Snack bar.. Footwear you can get wet.. Non-cotton layers that can get wet.. Rain jacket.. Towel and change of clothes for ride home.. Optional Items you could bring include:.. Binoculars.. Water proof camera.. Sun hat, rain hat, and/or fleece hat.. Inclusion:.. -Kayaks.. -Paddles.. -PFD's, Life Jacket.. -Our great guides!.. Best of Portland Walking Tour.. Saturday, June 22nd, 1-3 p.. Cost: $20.. Discover Portland the Green and Eco Friendly Way.. This award-winning walk clarifies why Portland is regularly recognized as one of the best places to live.. By the end of our walk, you'll want to move here too.. You ll hear about early and modern Portland as your guide shows you an enlightened city rich with artwork, parks, bridges, downtown trains streetcars, fountains and friendly people.. Even locals are amazed and entertained by what they learn.. This walk meanders through the most fascinating portions of the  ...   - its bridges, its six months of overcast and rain, and - more and more - for its other liquid asset, beer.. The city has just eleven bridges, but forty-nine breweries (and counting!).. In fact, Portland is one of the beer capitals of the world, and now has more breweries than any other city, recently even surpassing Cologne, Germany! Perhaps that's why so many people have started calling Portland "Beer-vana.. ".. Our Beervana Tour is not your college buddy's frat party drunken night out (aka pub crawl), but a sophisticated look (and taste) at one of Portland's most precious craft products - beer.. On this walk, you'll have fun discovering the art and science of brewing.. You'll find out what made Portland the epicenter of America's craft brewing renaissance, learn some of the history of Portland's transformation into one of the world's premier craft brewing centers, and, of course, you'll also get to sample its fruits firsthand.. On this tour you will visit three of Oregon's premier craft breweries, learn about ingredients and the brewing process, and sample a selection of Portland's finest craft beers.. We'll also give you the fascinating true stories behind the role that sustainability and organics play in the craft beer industry.. About 3 hours.. Less than 1 miles (no hills, approx.. 35 steps).. com/groups/other-tours/beervana-portland-craft-brewery-tour/.. Please register for all tours on the PDC Registration Page!..

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  • Title: IABS > Conference > Past Programs
    Descriptive info: Past Programs and Program Chairs.. Year.. Program.. Program Chair.. 1990.. San Diego, California.. Phil Cochran.. 1991.. Sundance, Utah.. John Mahon.. 1992.. Leuven, Belgium.. Steve Brenner.. 1993.. San Diego, California.. Jean Pasquero.. 1994.. Hilton Head, South Carolina.. Steve Wartick.. 1995.. Vienna, Austria.. Doug Nigh.. 1996.. Santa Fe, New Mexico.. Jeanne Logsdon.. 1997.. Destin, Florida.. Jim Weber.. 1998.. Kona, Hawaii.. Jerry Calton.. 1999.. Paris,  ...   Dunn.. 2002.. Victoria, British Columbia.. Duane Windsor.. 2003.. Rotterdam, The Netherlands.. Patsy Lewellyn.. 2004.. Jackson Hole, Wyoming.. Kelly Strong.. 2005.. Sonoma Valley, California.. Lori Ryan.. 2006.. Merida, Mexico.. Bryan Husted.. 2007.. Florence, Italy.. Ben Wempe.. 2008.. Tampere, Finland.. Kathy Rehbein.. 2009.. Snowmass, Colorado.. Jamie Hendry.. 2010.. Banff, Alberta, Canada.. Robbin Derry.. 2011.. Bath, England.. Stephen Brammer.. 2012.. Asheville, North Carolina.. Gordon Rands..

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  • Title: IABS > Conference > Proceedings
    Descriptive info: The Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference of the.. International Association for Business and Society,.. held in Bath, UK on 23-26 June 2011,.. is now available for online access!.. Online Access for IABS Members.. All current (2012) IABS members have online access to this volume, along with other recent Proceedings volumes, as a benefit of IABS membership.. To access the Proceedings online, use  ...   Request.. Forgotten your username? Contact IABS Membership Services at.. order@pdcnet.. org.. Free Download of the PDF !.. The 2011 IABS Proceedings volume is also available for free download! Anyone may.. download a PDF version of the 2011 Proceedings here.. Need Help ?.. If you have trouble with access to the pdf of the 2011 Proceedings, please contact 2011 Proceedings Editor Jamie Hendry at.. jhendry@bucknell..

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  • Title: IABS > Conference > Conference 2014
    Descriptive info: Enter Title.. Sydney, Australia.. 19-22 June 2014.. Advance Notice.. RECLAIMING THE SOCIETAL DIMENSION:.. NEW PERSPECTIVES ON SOCIETY AND BUSINESS.. The past 25 years has witnessed considerable development in our understanding of the relationship between society and business.. But, mostly our scholarship has placed business at the centre of this analysis.. What happens when we take society s perspective? What social issues, challenges and impacts should business address? What is our study of society and business meant to achieve?.. A lot of our work has fine-tuned descriptive accounts of how managers need to (and should) consider stakeholders, social performance and social and environmental impacts in order to ensure their legitimacy, continued survival and prosperity.. A lot of it has attempted to institutionalise a new, moral language for business.. But are there more fundamental objectives to consider?.. The theme of the 25.. th.. anniversary IABS conference to be held in June 2014 invites you to consider the broader societal, normative and political objectives of our field.. Let s turn our field upside-down down-under ! Can CSR be transformational of business organisations? Do we need to re-think the role and purpose of business in the context of global social and environmental challenges? Does CSR and our society and business theorising have  ...   iabs.. For further information please contact Colin Higgins:.. c.. higgins@deakin.. au.. Please join us in Sydney, Australia between 19 and 22 June 2014.. VISITING SYDNEY.. Sydney is one of the world s most iconic cities.. Consider extending your stay, consider bringing your family, consider exploring some of Australia s unique cultural attractions, landscapes, natural beauty, and wildlife.. Here are some of our suggestions.. Bring your family and visit.. The koalas and the kangaroos at.. Taronga Zoo.. Sydney s waterfront theme park at.. Luna Park.. Take a.. Ferry.. or.. Boat Cruise.. on Sydney Harbour.. Visit the.. Sydney Tower.. eyewalk and observation deck.. surfing lesson.. at Bondi.. Explore Sydney s arts and cultural scene.. The Museum of Contemporary Art.. Visit the historic.. Rocks.. district.. Take in the.. Sydney Powerhouse.. museum.. The.. Art Gallery of New South Wales.. Take in an.. aboriginal.. cultural performance.. Explore the surrounding area.. Take a visit to the.. Blue Mountains.. and stroll the romantic villages.. Spend a weekend in the.. Hunter Valley.. wine region.. Travel further afield.. All within an easy, direct plane flight from Sydney are:.. Uluru Australia s red centre.. Australia s cultural capital - Melbourne.. The Great Barrier Reef and tropical North Queensland.. IABS 2014 will also include a special partners and kids program!..

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  • Title: Membership
    Descriptive info: IABS welcomes scholars and executives with a common interest in corporate social responsibility and performance, emerging social issues for business, business ethics, environmental affairs, and business and government relations.. Currently, almost 300 members make up the IABS community.. Following are a few statistics about our membership:.. IABS members come from 39 US states, 8 Canadian provinces, and 19 other nations throughout Europe, Australasia, Asia, and Central America).. 32% of IABS members are non-US citizens.. 17% are doctoral students..  ...   the only peer-reviewed journal devoted entirely to research, discussion, and analysis of the relationship between business and society.. Members may also participate in the IABS listserv at their option.. Membership dues are $100 per year for professional and faculty members, and $50 per year for student and emeritus members.. To join IABS, or to review or update your membership status and contact information, visit the following link at Philosophy Documentation Center (which manages IABS membership):.. Philosophy Documentation Center..

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  • Title: Call for Editor
    Descriptive info: BUSINESS SOCIETY JOURNAL.. Call for new Editor/Co-Editor.. Members of the International Association of Business Society (IABS) are invited to submit nominations, including self-nominations, for the position of.. Editor.. Co-Editor.. of.. Business Society.. was first published in 1960 and is now in its 53.. rd.. year.. It is peer-reviewed and published quarterly.. It is the official journal of the International Association for Business and Society (IABS) and has an impact factor of 1.. 022 as of 2011 (Journal Citation Reports, 2013).. publishes original research relating to business ethics, corporate social responsibility, business-government relations, corporate governance, corporate social performance, and environmental-management issues.. While traditionally the editorial responsibilities of.. have been met by the appointment of a single Editor, the IABS board welcomes nominations from/for candidates potentially interested in a sole Editorship or participating in a team of Co-Editors who together would exercise editorial control of the journal.. The new editorial arrangements should be in place by January 2015 (Volume 54, Issue 1), with some transition and issue preparation occurring during the latter stages of 2014.. The Editorial term is three years.. The outgoing Editor will manage the current pipeline of submissions, and facilitate the transition to the new editorial situation.. The new Editor(s) will be selected by IABS and confirmed by Sage.. The new Editor(s) will be responsible for crafting and maintaining the strategic direction of.. and co-ordinating the submission and publication process.. Typically two of the four issues per year are Special Issues, and the new Editor(s) will be responsible for actively soliciting and managing special issue editors and topics.. The new Editor(s) will be supported by an active Editorial Board and a structure of topic-related Associate Editors.. The submission and reviewing process is managed electronically by Sage through Manuscript Central.. Qualifications.. Successful candidate(s) will have a well-developed understanding of the scholarship published in.. and of the scholarly contributions of various research philosophies and approaches.. publishes theoretical and empirical work, drawing from a range of research philosophies.. The editor(s) should be well-regarded leaders in the business and society field, with a well-established publication record.. Candidates must:.. Have experience reviewing  ...   nomination.. should include a summary of your overall pitch for the Editor s role (as will be elaborated through the accompanying documents).. It should also include a statement from relevant Department Chairs or Deans as to their willingness and ability to support your nomination.. While specific details of any institutional support being made available are not required, it is expected that this discussion will have occurred with relevant Faculty heads.. Those who are nominated and accept consideration will be asked for the same statement.. Please include in your.. Curriculum Vitae.. full details of journal editorial experience (whether as guest editor, joint editor, or special issue editor), the journals you regularly review for, and details of your association with.. (either as author, guest editor, associate editor, or editorial board member).. statement of philosophy.. should include your editorial philosophy, your view of the scope of subject matter appropriate for publication in the journal, and where you see the journal developing and evolving.. It may also contain ideas for potential special issues.. You should also outline your perspective on the role of editors in developing scholarship and scholars.. This statement is the candidate s opportunity to share her/his vision of the journal with the selection committee, and to highlight your understanding of the main challenges facing a journal such as.. Letters of recommendation.. should focus specifically on the qualities and abilities required in an editorial role, and include a frank assessment of how the applicant s mix of skills and experiences fit with editorial responsibilities.. The letters should be specific rather than general and be from someone of standing in the business society field.. Letters of recommendation will be solicited from those who are nominated and accept consideration.. Informal conversations to seek further information are welcome and encouraged.. Please contact Dr.. Colin Higgins, Chair of the Selection Committee by email:.. Submissions should be in MSWord or PDF format.. Nominations must be received by email by Friday 7 June.. Completed nominations should be forwarded to Colin Higgins.. Meetings with short-listed candidates will be conducted at the 2013 meeting of the Academy of Management..

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  • Title: IABS > Research
    Descriptive info: BAS Call for Papers - SMEs & CSR.. IABS Research Domain covers the various aspects of the interface between management and the social political dynamics of the surrounding society.. It includes, among others, research on Corporate Social Responsibility and Performance, emerging social issues for business, business ethics, environmental affairs as well as business and government relations.. An indication of work in progress presented at the annual conferences can be seen from recent.. Conference Proceedings.. (.. Link will be provided here to access online proceedings).. still under construction..

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