1130 – 1300

WEDNESDAY  JUNE 8th 1130 WORKSHOPS
A1 1130 Philosophical Approaches Aran  Room
Mollie Painter-Morland Ghislain Deslandes A philosophical analysis of contemporary media professionals integrity Mollie is Professor, Department of Philosophy, De Paul University. Chicago & Editor-in-Chief, Business and Professional Ethics Journal. Ghislain is Professor at ESCP Europe (Paris Campus) and Academic Director of the Masters in Media Management.
Abe Zakhem Søren Kierkegaard-Managing for Integrity: Aesthetic, Ethical, and Religious Dimensions Management Consultant & Professor of Philosophy, Seton Hall University,
South Orange, New Yersey, USA
Cherre Benoit A Sartrian model for decision making Professor, La Rochelle Business School, France (CEREGE Groupe Sup de Co la Rochelle : a non-profit, independent, research and educational institute)
B1 1130 Philanthropy & Culture Tory Room
David Campbell Trust Maintenance as a Motive for Strategic Philanthropy: UK Building Societies & Demutualisation Senior lecturer in accounting and ethics at Newcastle University Business School, UK. Host of the 2012 conference. Director of AGES (Accountability, Governance, Ethics and Sustainability) research group
Nicholson Helen What Is The Decision Making Process Behind Philanthropy And To What Extent Are Stakeholders Involved In That Process? Graduate Tutor, Accounting and Financial Management, Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University, UK. Previously 15 years as Sales Director & General Manager in hotel industry.
Justine Lutterodt Promoting Ethical Cultures in Business Psychologist; Director, Centre for Synchronous Leadership, London, UK
C1 1130 Research Integrity Gold Room
Maxim Storchevoy Methodological Integrity of Business Ethics (30 year review) Senior Lecturer at the Graduate School of Management, St-Petersburg University, Russia
Amber Wigmore University Social Responsibility (USR) A Review of Literature Director of Career Advising at IE Business School (Instituto de Empresa) in Madrid & a Doctoral Candidate at the School of Economics and Management Science, ETEA- Universidad de Córdoba, Spain
Raminta Pučėtaitė Who is responsible for research integrity in a post-soviet research community? Preliminary results of questionnaire survey among Lithuanian scientific community Raminta Pučėtaitė is professor at the University of Vilnius in Lithuania, lecturing on business ethics and corporate social responsibility
D1 1130 Corporate Social Responsibility Green Room
Lilian Wanderley Corporate Social Responsibility against Child Sex Tourism:  the Code and tour operators Lecturer in Corporate Social Responsibility, NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences, Breda, Netherlands
Helen Wadham Pursuing integrity through cross-sector partnership (and the “political” role of business; pursuing integrity, building understanding, inspiring action) Senior Lecturer at Staffordshire University Business School. Worked in Latin America and Africa and on projects for organisations including the United Nations Global Compact and BBC Children in Need
Clemens Drechler Transitions between CSR  Engagement Stages – Proposing the SST Framework Pre-Masters student in Strategic Business, Mgt & Marketing, NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences, Breda, Netherlands


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