This conference, which is being organised by EBEN Ireland, the TCD Business School and Chartered Accountants Ireland, has a particular focus on integrity. Possible topics of research include:
Integrity within organisations – impossible given conflicting pressures?
Integrity and leadership – a prerequisite?
Professional integrity – possible to serve the public interest?
Does the market value integrity? If so, by how much?
Developing integrity and ethical values in business education: challenges and rewards
Integrity priorities at the national level – banks or citizens?
Integrity during times of current and previous crises – can people learn?
Practical application of philosophical thought in improving workplace integrity
Values as a basis for business success – local and international
Global financial crisis – lessons?
Recovery of trust and reputation – how?
Integrity within financial institutions – responsible to whom?
Observance of the law – sufficient for integrity?
Regulatory balancing act – is it possible to regulate organisational behaviour?
Politicians – possible to act with integrity and be re-elected?
Corporate governance – appropriate to all organisations?
Wealth & integrity – worth losing?
Religious integrity – prioritise hierarchy or member body?
Integrity within acadaemia – through competition or collaboration?
Sporting integrity – should Thierry Henry have owned up?
Stakeholder relations – do priorities change with circumstances?
Journalistic integrity – reporting priorities?
Integrity issues and whistleblowing – societal protection?
Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Who guards the guardians at the gates?
Responsibility for future generations – integrity of planet and business incompatible?
Integrity within societal norms – is intra-country comparison possible?
Justice – how should society deal with integrity failures?
A new world order – with integrity at the core?
The official language of the conference is English.
Submission of abstracts
The programme of the conference includes plenary as well as parallel sessions. Academics and business people wishing to present their research or practical experiences at the conference are invited to submit an abstract (500 words maximum) accompanied by a short biographical note (100 words) and full mailing and e-mail addresses before March 17th, 2011.
Research in progress that corresponds to the topics indicated or other topics related to the integrity theme of the conference is particularly sought. The Scientific Committee will select abstracts for oral presentation. Notification of acceptance for presentation will be given by April 21st, 2011.
Research capable of practical application within organisations will be particularly appreciated or at least evidence that the researcher has considered how the research can benefit ethics within businesses and other organisations.
EBEN has an agreement regarding publication of papers arising from the Research Conference with the JBEE (Journal of Business Ethics Education). A special issue of Research in International Business and Finance will also be produced. Details of the RIBAF special issue will be available mid February at www.tcd.ie/business/
Please email abstracts with full contact details and ‘EBEN RC’ in the title to:
The School of Business at Trinity College Dublin is also hosting the 9th INFINITI Conference on International Finance the following Monday and Tuesday, 13th & 14th June 2011. The conference theme is “Institutions, Actors and International Finance”.