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‘Accountability, transparency, sustainability’

Thursday 7th to Saturday 9th June, 2012
Newcastle University Business School, England
Millenium Bridge at night

After the successful EBEN research conference event last year in Dublin and elsewhere in previous years, the European Business Ethics Network (EBEN) 2012 research conference will be held in the beautiful and exciting city of Newcastle upon Tyne in the north east of England.

It is hosted by the AGES (Accountability, Governance, Ethics and Sustainability) research group at Newcastle University.

This event will be held at Newcastle University Business School, England, from lunchtime on Thursday 7th June until lunchtime on Saturday 9th June.

Newcastle University is one of the elite ‘Russell Group’ universities in the UK and is ranked 12th in the UK by the Sunday Times Good University Guide (2011).

Newcastle University Business School

The Business School is located in its own dedicated building at postcode NE1 4SE which is right next to the world famous St James’s Park football stadium, home of Newcastle United, who play in the English Premiership. Newcastle University Business School (NUBS) has over 80 academic staff and enjoys accreditations with AMBA and EQUIS.

Special editions of journals linked to this conference

We are still still accepting abstracts and/or papers for these special parallel streams. We have had some excellent submissions for these streams so far and they should be stimulating and rewarding discussions. If you want your paper to go into the reviewing process for either of the special edition of the journals, you will need to submit a full paper shortly after the end of the conference.

Business Ethics: a European Review
‘Research methods in business ethics research’

Journal of Sustainable Finance and Investment 'Institutional investors, climate change and human rights'. See call for papers.

In both cases, please send your abstract to david.campbell@ncl.ac.uk stating clearly if you want your paper to be a part of one of these special streams.

more information about paper submission

Professor David Campbell
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Dr Jane Gibbon

Conference organisers