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CFP: Symposium on Ethics, Business and Society

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  • Gadomski
    Forwarded From: Mele, Domenec Subject: Call for Papers Symposium on Ethics, Business and Society Dear Adam, I am delighted to announce you
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 7, 2007
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      From: "Mele, Domenec" <Mele@...>
      Subject: Call for Papers Symposium on Ethics, Business and Society

      Dear Adam,
       
      I am delighted to announce you the 15th International Symposium on Ethics, Business and Society hosted by IESE Business School, University of Navarra in Barcelona, Spain, on June 27-28, 2008.
       
      Topic:
      BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT: TOWARDS MORE HUMAN MODELS AND PRACTICES
       
      Details and updated information: http://www.iese.edu/15symposium
       
      Deadlines:
      December 31, 2007: Paper proposal
      January 31, 2008: Response of acceptance of the proposal
      May 31, 2008: Full papers
       
      Rationale
      A correct understanding of human nature is crucial for both business and management, since they are, above all, about people. However, such consideration is frequently limited to the economic, psychological or sociological aspects of individuals. Consequently, business and management fall short in their vision of the human being.
      Philosophical anthropology, ethics, and religious and wisdom traditions, each provide a deeper understanding of people and contribute to develop more human models and practices in business and management.
      The aim of this symposium is to promote the achievement of more human-centered models and practices in business and management. Firstly, to explore how human values, and specifically respect for human dignity, rights and personal growth, are viewed in contemporary business and management. Secondly, the aim is to discuss new conceptual developments and reflect on practical ways in which individuals could more easily find human meaning and moral motivation in their work.
       
      Tentative Tracks:
      1. The Anthropological and Moral Foundations of Business and Management
      2. Human Values in Leadership
      3. Organizational Humanizing Cultures
      4. Management and Personal Growth
      5. The Human Dimension of Corporate Social Responsibilities
      6. Globalization, Business and Solidarity
      7. Human Values in Business Education
       

      For more information and correspondence contact Prof. Domènec Melé - IESE Business School – Dep. Business Ethics - Av. Pearson, 21 - 08034 Barcelona - Phone: (34) 93 253 42 00 - Fax: (34) 93 253 43 43 – Mail to: mele@...
       
      I would be pleased if this symposium suits your interests and schedule.
       
      Best regards,
       

      Domenec Mele
      Professor of Business Ethics

      Chair Economic and Ethics
      IESE Business School
      University of Navarra
      Avda. Pearson, 21
      08034 Barcelona, Spain
      Ph: (34) 93 253 42 00
      Fax: (34) 93 253 43 43
      mele@...

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