The Sustainability, Ethics, and Entrepreneurship (SEE) Conference triangulates scholarly research on ecological considerations, social issues, and economic opportunities. Topics including but not limited to social, environmental & sustainable entrepreneurship, ethics & CSR, firm-community ties, prosocial action, activism, impact investment, etc. The fact that ethics and sustainability are intertwined with entrepreneurship is no longer new. Indeed, ethical choices are critical in most business contexts and key to the success of startups, small firms, medium enterprises, and large, multinational corporations. The goal of the conference is to advance SEE-related research and practice.
SEE Junior Faculty & Doctoral Consortium (JFDC): Assistant Professors and Ph.D. students are invited to apply for the JFDC, which will feature a favorable ratio of senior scholars to participants. Journal editors (e.g., JMS, AMP, SEJ, ET&P) will facilitate the JFDC with paper development sessions, and other workshops.
Funding: Pending approval, a stipend to JFDC participants will aim to offset the registration fee for the JFDC and/or registration fee for the academic conference.
Oana Branzei – University of Western Ontario
Silvia Dorado – University of Rhode Island
Matthew Grimes – Indiana University
Tim Hargrave – Central Washington University
Desiree Pacheco – Portland State University
Tyge Payne – Texas Tech University
Jill Purdy – University of Washington – Tacoma
Theodore Waldron – Texas Tech University
Tyler Wry – Wharton, University of Pennsylvania
Sophie Bacq – Northeastern
JFDC Submission Deadline: November 1, 2017
JFDC Director: Jeff York, Jeffrey.York
JFDC applicants should submit a full manuscript (up to 40 double-spaced pages) and a CV to: https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/SEEconf2018
Shane Faculty Scholar
Leeds School of Business
University of Colorado Boulder
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