Organizations and The Natural Environment

CR3+ Conference - Call for papers

  • 1.  CR3+ Conference - Call for papers

    Posted 01-31-2019 02:05

    Dear colleagues,

     

    The 2019 CR3+ conference will be held on 24-25 October 2019 at La Trobe Business School (Melbourne, Australia) on the theme 'Using dialogue to build partnerships for sustainability'. The call for papers is now open! (see below).

     

    Among the eight tracks proposed, I would like to draw your attention on the track Gui Azevedo and I are organising. It is entitled:

    -'The dialogue is not working…'

    -'What do you mean by dialogue?'

     

    This track-announced as a dialogue about a dialogue that is not working-invites contributions that critically revisit the very essence of dialogue to investigate why, despite all the effort over the last decades, many consider that the dialogue we so urgently need to build sustainable solutions remains ineffective, shallow, inconsequential, and often deprived of meaning. We welcome all those who wish to revisit the essence of what a real dialogue means and what we should do to create and nourish true dialogue to build paths towards a sustainable development. You can find more details here.

     

    Submission deadline: 30 May 2019

     

    I hope you will consider submitting a paper to our track or any other tracks of the conference!

     

    Best,

    Céline

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    7th CR3+ conference - CALL FOR PAPERS


    We are pleased to announce the call for papers for the seventh CR3+ conference to be held on 24-25 October 2019 on the theme 'Using dialogue to build partnerships for sustainability'.

    The conference will be held at the La Trobe Business School in Melbourne, Australia and hosted along with our partners, ISAE (Brazil), Hanken School of Economics (Finland) and Audencia Business School (France).

    We invite you to submit an extended abstract to one of the following tracks, which are hyperlinked to the website for more information:

    1. The Circular Economy in Curriculum: Opportunities and Challenges
    2. -'The dialogue is not working…'-'What do you mean by dialogue?'
    3. Cross-sector or Multi-stakeholder Partnerships for Sustainable Development
    4. Food and Fibre Sustainability in a Changing Climate
    5. Top-Down, Bottom-Up, or Maybe Both: Towards an Integrative Framework for Supply Chain Sustainability
    6.   Sustainability and Management Control Systems
    7. The Partnership Imperative and its Discontents
    8. Corruption in relations: impacts, effects and expectations regarding partnerships

     We have a ninth 'open track' for papers that do not fit in the above tracks but would fit in the main theme of the conference.

      

    Important Dates and Practical Information

    Submission deadline:       30 May 2019

    Author notification:          30 July 2019

    Conference dates:             24-25 October 2019

    Please submit your detailed abstract to PRME@latrobe.edu.au

    Author guidelines for submitting your abstract can be found at https://www.latrobe.edu.au/business/events/cr3/author-guidelines

     

    For more information about the conference, please visit our conference website:https://www.latrobe.edu.au/cr3  or send an email to PRME@latrobe.edu.au

     

    We hope to see you in Melbourne in October!  Thanks for sharing this call for papers with your networks.

     

    Regards,

     The 7th Cr3+ Organising Committee

     Contact: Dr. Swati Nagpal (PRME@latrobe.edu.au)



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    Céline Louche
    Professor
    Audencia Business School
    Nantes
    00 33 2 40 37 81 10
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