2nd International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility
October 12 & 13, 2006, Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany
Organized and hosted by the Institute of Management and the Forum of Business & Society at the School of Business and Economics at Humboldt-University Berlin.
Program Partners: ESMT (Berlin), IMD – Forum for Corporate Sustainability Management (Lausanne), Nijmegen School of Management, and The Reputation Institute (New York City).
The Humboldt-University Berlin with its program partners invites submissions to the 2nd International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility. Topics to be discussed will range widely within the general theme about Globalization and Corporate Responsibility and includes the following topics:
Globalization, poverty, and corporate responsibility
Corporate philanthropy and shareholder wealth
Corporate reputation, CEO reputation, and CR
CEO leadership in managing the company’s impact on society
The role of the stakeholders in monitoring the company’s wider social, economic and environmental performance
The role of NGOs and the civil society
Nations′ institutional and cultural effects on CR efforts
Corporate strategy, effective communication and engagement in the local community
Metrics, reporting, standard settings, and accountability initiatives of CR
Corporate Social Investment
Corporate governance and CR
Submissions can be theoretical and/or empirical, including case studies. Completed papers presented at the conference will be considered for a special issue of the Corporate Reputation Review.
Please submit a one-page abstract of your topic via online form at:
by June 15th,, 2006.
Your abstract must clearly identify your research question(s) and the actual/proposed methodology used. You will receive notice by June 30th, 2006 as to whether your topic has been selected for inclusion in the conference. Authors of successful submissions will be invited to submit a paper.