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PhD Winter Research Meeting
February 16-19, 2012
York University, Toronto, ON
Please note that the abstract submission process is CLOSED. The meeting is open only to participants who have received notification of invitation to participate.
CBERN PhD Winter Research Meeting
CBERN aims to promote knowledge-sharing and partnerships within the field of business ethics and across private, governmental, voluntary and academic sectors. An important mandate of CBERN is to support the next generation of researchers and practitioner-scholars from across Canada who participate in its PhD Cluster. The upcoming CBERN PhD Winter Research Meeting will bring members of the PhD Cluster together at York University. Accommodations will be provided at the Executive Learning Centre Hotel at the Schulich School of Business, York University.
Participants in the workshop must be registered in a PhD program at a Canadian institution, and working on a dissertation or substantial research project in business ethics, broadly construed. Please see more information at the end of this document regarding this criterion.
All participants will present a work-in-progress, which could include a paper they hope to send for publication, a paper they are preparing for a conference, or a chapter of their PhD research project.
- Completed papers will be made available to all participants for comment and pre-event discussion one month before the workshop, in a secure workspace on the CBERN website.
- During the workshop, each presentation will include a 10 minute review of the paper, followed by a 35 minute critical discussion aimed at helping the student improve his or her work. To focus time on discussion, presenters are encouraged to limit PowerPoint presentations (if used) to 5 slides.
- Each discussion session will involve a faculty and/or an industry advisor, who will review the paper in advance of the presentation and provide critical feedback to the students at the workshop.
- The deadline for submitting an abstract is Monday, December 19, 2011.
- Abstracts should be no more than 400 words.
- Please include author, title, overview of argument/approach to the research problem, and potential contribution to theory and practice.
- The deadline for registering and submitting a complete paper is Tuesday, January 17, 2012.
CBERN will reimburse the cost of travel to Toronto based on a rate card indexed to the most economical fares to Toronto by region, and will arrange and pay for all meals and accommodations during the workshop.
Please note that adherence to the submission guidelines is a condition of eligibility for reimbursement from CBERN. This includes submitting your completed paper to the PhD Research Meeting workspace by the deadline of Tuesday, January 17, 2012.
To confirm your eligibility for reimbursement and for complete travel reimbursement policies, please contact Judy Patla, Financial Administrator: email@example.com.
Research in Business Ethics
CBERN’s mandate is to support and raise the profile of Canadian multi-disciplinary and cross-sectoral research in business and economic ethics, broadly construed. This includes, but is not limited to, research in business (management, leadership, finance, governance, public administration, entrepreneurship, consumer behavior), economics, law, philosophy, geography, environmental studies, political science, sociology, religious studies, history, and organizational psychology. Some broad themes include corporate social responsibility, socially responsible investing, stakeholder engagement, accountability, corporate governance, community economic development, meaningful work and sustainability.
For more information, please contact Hilary Martin, Research and Outreach Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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