2nd Studies of Society and Business Symposium

March 6th 2017 – ISTEC Paris, JE3

The Studies of Society and Business Symposium is a yearly event organized by and for the community evolving around the Society and Business Review. It aims at creating an open space for expression, exchange and collaboration, in order to stimulate academic research and publication in the field of Business & Society. Indeed, the symposium format encourages conversation and (respectful) arguments, rather than presenting finished papers. It is the opportunity to build a community of scholars who feel aligned with the scope and editorial line of the journal, or wish to participate in debates and conversations concerning its areas of interest. It is also an occasion for authors to have their work reviewed and discussed by the SBR editorial team.

Keynote speakers

Matt Statler

New York University

Pierre Guillet de Monthoux

Copenhagen Business School

Breaking out of the hype

Management educators resetting modern action in Business Schools

Program overview (see details below)

9h

Introduction (Room JE3)

9h30

Keynote: Matt Statler (NYU) & Pierre Guillet de Monthoux (CBS)

10h30

Coffee break

11h

Sub-stream Sessions

12h30

Lunch Break

14h

Plenary Session

15h

Parallel Sessions

16h30

Coffee break

17h

Upcoming Special Issue and Conclusion

Location

ISTEC

128, quai de Jemmapes – Métro Gare de l’Est

Room JE3

Paris (France)

Founded on strong humanist values in 1961 and located near the beautiful Canal Saint Martin, the ISTEC offers an ideal site to host this Symposium.

Conveners et sub-streams

The conveners of the overall symposium are Yoann Bazin (ISTEC), Koji Shimohata (Shikoku University) and Yvon Pesqueux (CNAM). In addition, two sub-streams will be held:

Submission

Interested participants must submit an abstract of 1,000 words, to y.bazin@istec.fr, by Dec. 1st 2016. The proposal should be sent in either .doc or .pdf format, and include authors’ names, institutions and email addresses, along with the outline of their key arguments.

Should you have any questions in the meantime, please email y.bazin@istec.fr.

Registration and fees

Registration is mandatory, form is available here.

Detailed program

9h

Introduction (Room JE3)

Yvon Pesqueux (CNAM) & Yoann Bazin (ISTEC)

9h30

Keynote

Matt Statler (NYU) & Pierre Guillet de Monthoux (CBS)

Breaking out of the Hype

Management educators resetting modern action in Business Schools[1]

10h30

Coffee break

11h

Philosophy of Management

M. Korica - JE3

A Janand (RITM) & L Maizeray (LEM) - Conceptualisation of the fears of managers through the philosophy of Seneca

E Riot - Prudence in banking

G Branellec, I Cadet & P O’Malley - A examination of global law, ethics and IB

 From Bhopal to Rana Plaza

G. Delalieux & M. Bozzo-Rey - JE2

A Ratier - TBD

C Séhier - CSR against workers?

L Belerlein - Private regulation in the global garment value chain

12h30

Lunch Break

14h30

Upcoming Special Issue:

Rémi Jardat, Jérôme Méric & Corinne Vercher-Chaptal

From Business and Society to Business for Society

15h

Plenary Session

J. Méric - JE3

M Korica - How to be critical: Teaching critical thinking and the future of business education

C Farias - Breaking the code of silence: when the dirty work at the borders enters pop-culture

16h

Coffee break

16h30

Parallel Session A

Y. Pesqueux & K. Shimohata - JE2

V Rundshagen, N Scherle & C Bachmann - A cosmopolitanism turn for management education?

A Voiculescu - Toward a moral division of labour

 Parallel Session B

R. Jardat - JE3

A Bargenda - The creation of societal brand value through corporate architecture

E Riot - In the apparatus eye

M Leclair & R Holt - A question of style: organising creativity and craft in a fashion designer’s atelier

18h

Conclusion

Society and Business Review


[1] As a preparation to the spirit of our talk Pierre and Matt recommend the following ongoing art show at Halles St Pierre Montmartre; http://www.anousparis.fr/culture/expos/gilbert-peyre-lelectromecanicien-des-objets