Members of the centre regularly engage in collaboration opportunities (in the context of their work interests) with the following groups and organisations:
- Professional bodies, associations (subject or industry based) and professional ethics bodies, both nationally or internationally
- Local community stakeholders whose work in ethics or professional ethical practice is of relevance
- Trade unions within the UK
- PRME stakeholders in the UK and beyond
- Business leaders
Communicating to external members, affiliated institutions and other stakeholders is important to CBES as a way to share our knowledge with industry. This is primarily done through CBES members participating, presenting and contributing to international conferences, influencing business leaders and policy-makers alike.
Working alongside leading academics, notable CBES conference presentations include:
- Corporate Social Responsibility and Family Businesses in Emerging Economies: A Systematic Literature Review. European Academy of Management Conference, Iceland (2018).
- Bricolage: How Small Family Businesses in Africa Make Do with Limited Resources. Africa Academy of Management conference, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (2018).
- Bureaucratic Morality in Our Business Schools: Impact on Teaching and Learning. RMLE Unconference, New York, USA (2017).
- Effectuation and Family Businesses in the Informal Sector of Developing Economies: An African Perspective. European Academy of Management conference, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, UK (2017).
- A Tale of Four Bureaucracies. Beyond Bureaucracy Seminar, Fudan University, Shanghai, China (2016).
To collaborate on research with the Centre for Business Ethics and Sustainability, please contact the centre's Director, Kleio Akrivou.
Professor Kleio Akrivou, Director of the Centre for Business Ethics and Sustainability
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