Society for Business Ethics Annual Meeting
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
August 8-10, 2010
Sofitel Hotel, Montreal, QC, Canada
Submission Deadline: March 1, 2010
Submit electronic copies of your paper, panel or workshop proposal (MS Word or PDF preferred) to Ian Maitland (email@example.com). Only electronic submissions will be considered.
Cover page on all submissions: Include the full title, author's name, address, phone number, FAX, and email address on the cover page. Panel proposals should identify the chair and all proposed participants by name, address, phone number, and email address.
To facilitate matching submissions with reviewers, submissions should also include a three-letter code according to the following (list at least one number from Paradigms, Application Contexts, and Methodologies but as many as apply (e.g., P-5, 11, 13; A-4; M-1, 6)). Submissions will be considered that do not "fit" any of these categories.
P-1 Environmental ethics
P-2 Comparative ethics
P-3 Feminist ethics
P-4 Kantian ethics
P-5 Law & Economics
P-6 Moral psychology
P-7 Org Behavior/Management
P-8 Religious considerations
P-10 Contract theory
P-11 Stakeholder theory
P-13 Virtue ethics
A-2 Codes of ethics
A-3 Corporate governance
A-4 Corporate social responsibility/Reporting
A-5 Distributive/Procedural justice
A-7 Ethical decision making
A-9 Global business practices
A-10 Health care
A-11 Social/ethical investing
A-12 Legal/Regulatory issues
A-13 Management programs/Practices
A-15 Organizational culture/ Ethics programs
A-16 Public policy/Public sector
A-20 Unethical practices
A-21 Whistle blowing
M-3 Case studies
M-4 Ethnographic methods
M-5 Experimental design (including statistical analysis)
M-6 Empirical field work (including statistical analysis)
Paper Submissions: Repeat the full title on page one of the paper without the author's name or any other identifying information. Provide a 150-word abstract. Papers should be no longer than 30 pages (double-spaced).
Panel Submissions: You may identify panelists by name in the body of your proposal. Panel proposals should include a clear statement indicating the rationale for the panel and the format to be used. Panel proposals must also include a 150-word abstract for each participant/entry. Panels will normally be comprised of no more than three presenters plus a chair (who may also be one of the three presenters). Panels should not include discussants.
Workshop Submissions: Workshops are interactive sessions. Proposals should include a clear statement indicating the rationale for the workshop, why your research and/or expertise qualify you to give this workshop, and how you would run the workshop. There should be no more than three workshop leaders.
Multiple submissions: Individuals submitting papers and panel proposals will be limited to one paper submission and inclusion on one panel submission. (This will not prevent any presenter from also serving as a session moderator appointed by the Program Committee.