While the 5th Responsible Management Education Research Conference is organized by the Regional PRME Chapter DACH and the Center for Advanced Sustainable Management at Cologne Business School, Germany with the support of the PRME Secretariat and the PRME Anti-poverty Working Group, the 8th International Conference on Sustainability & Responsibility is the result of the joint work of three higher education institutions: Cologne Business School, Humboldt University of Berlin, and HSBA Hamburg School of Business Administration.
With CEEMAN being a partner of the former event, we are encouraging all of our members and partners to take part in both events' calls for proposals.
The 8th International Conference on Sustainability & Responsibility is looking forward to proposals for papers, panels, and workshops, or alternative forms of engagement on a wide range of topics related to responsible leadership. Additionally, the organizers are interested in receiving proposals that focus on topics which affect all fields of the social sciences, not just business and economics. Submissions are being accepted until 30 June 2018.
Alternately, the 5th Responsible Management Education Research Conference invites contributions to research sessions, interactive panels and roundtable discussions as well as poster sessions and demonstrations on various aspects related to the advancement of the SDGs. The responsible management education research conference will provide a forum for global discussion that can help in fostering collaboration, partnerships, and dialogue related to the role of research, management education and leadership development in the advancement of the implementation of the SDGs locally, nationally and globally. Interested parties can submit their proposals until July 31 2018.
When submitting your proposal, please include “CEEMAN” in the title of your submission so we can organize a special CEEMAN/IMTA poster session and/or workshop on responsible management education should there be enough interest.
Furthermore, interested parties who apply before 15 July will be entitled to an early-bird discount.