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Please click here or scroll down to access the conference programme [814 KB] (as of 11 September 2012).
Do not hesitate to contact us on info@crrconference.org with any questions you many have.

We want to provide as much time as possible to participants for their presentations. This has been good practice at our conferences and we would like all participants to benefit as much as possible from the conference for their research. We therefore schedule 30 min for each presentation. We suggest that this consists of no more than 20 min for the presentation and the remainder of Q & A.

12 September 2012

Time Room Sessions
14:30h-18:00h "Salle du Conseil"
(Boardroom)
1st floor
Executive Centre
PhD Workshop
19:00h-22:00h "Plaza Chartrons"
15 Rue Rode
Bordeaux
Dinner for PhD Workshop participants

13 September 2012

Time Room Sessions
8:30h-9:00h Entrance Executive Centre Registration
9:00-9:30h Room 700 Opening session
9.30h - 10.30h   Parallel Paper Session 1
  Room A Session 1A: CSR Practices
Tytti Nahi: The practices of co-creating sanitation in India
Lauren McCarthy: Gender and Corporate Social Responsibility in the Value Chain: Three Perspectives
  Room B Session 1B: Stakeholders
Henning Madsen: Corporate Environmental Management: Own Impact, Stakeholder Influence and Managerial Responses
Linda O’Riordan and Jenny Fairbrass: CSR Stakeholder Engagement in the Pharmaceutical Industry
  Room C Session 1C: Leadership
Tarja Ketola: Responsible leadership model: Fulfilling potential within the limits
Beatriz Junquera, Jesus del Brio and Esteban Fernandez: How can a Business Improve Simultaneously its Innovative Capability, Efficiency and Environmental Performance? The Leadership Way
10.30h - 11.00h   Coffee Break
11.00h - 12.30h   Parallel Paper Session 2
  Room A Session 2A: CSR and SMEs
Alastair Allen: The Drivers behind SMEs accepting free environmental advice: an East Midlands (UK) perspective using interpretivist research
Matthew Johnson: The Awareness and Application of Sustainability Management Tools in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
Sarah Williams, Anja Schaefer and Richard Blundel: Understanding the Role of Values in the Framing and Re-Framing of Environmental Sustainability for SME Managers
  Room B Session 2B: Evolutionary Approaches
Winston Jerónimo and Sara Duarte: ‘A Virtuous Circle’ of Corporate Sustainability: Other way to look at the business
Marta Ormazabal: Explaining the evolution of companies' environmental management through maturity states
Barbara Krumay: Is this the way to sustainability? Project-oriented CSR as a first step towards CSR maturity of companies
  Room C Session 2C: Strategic Management
Pasi Heikkurinen: Strategic corporate responsibility: A review of theories
Marta Pinzone, Emmanuele Lettieri and Cristina Masella: Sustainability Strategies: Trends in the Italian Healthcare sector
Friederike Neugebauer, Frank Figge and Tobias Hahn: Emerging sustainability? Exploring the formation of corporate sustainability strategies
12.30h - 14.00h   Lunch break
14.00h - 15.30h   Parallel Paper Session 3
  Room A Session 3A: Social Sustainability
Arjen van Rheede and Rob Blomme: Limited attention to social sustainability in CSR practices in the hospitality industry: Searching for a new theoretical perspective
Rupert Baumgartner and Karin Adelmann-Himmelreich: Social sustainable development – a relevant factor for the automotive industry?
Ning Li, Sami Berghäll and Anne Toppinen: Using SA8000 criteria as a tool to understand employee sentiments toward corporate responsibility: A case of Chinese manufacturing SMEs
  Room B Session 3B: Large-Scale Vision
Céline Berrier-Lucas and Alexandre Rambaud: Ontological approach of corporate sustainability: Proposal for a shift
Peter Neergard and Louise Rosenmeier: Exploring the effect of The Ruggie framework for human rights
Sarah Singleton: From Monologue to Dialogue: Mapping Dialogical Traditions within Co-Creation and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
  Room C Session 3C: CSR in Different Industry Contexts
Magali Delmas and Olivier Gergaud: The drivers of corporate sustainability: a comparison of the French and California Wine Industries
Breeda Comyns: Media, legitimacy and the quantity of climate change reporting by companies in the oil and gas industry
Robert Kudłak and André Martinuzzi: Exploring social, environmental and economic impacts of Corporate Social Responsibility in the construction sector
15.30h-16.00h   Coffee Break
16.00h-17.30h   Parallel Paper Session 4
  Room A Session 4A: Climate Change
Lotta Aho: Global Giants and Climate Change: How do world's largest companies respond to the challenge
Anna Heikkinen: Framing Climate Change in Business Organisations: Empirical Findings from Finland
Calbert Douglas: Climate change and corporate disclosure
  Room B Session 4B: Education, Training & Employees
Elizabeth Franklin-Johnson and Katia Richomme-Huet: The Health & Wellbeing of Charity Employees – Who cares for the caretakers?
Fanny Salignac and Les Hems: Social Return on Education and Training: A Framework for Investing in Capacity Building in the Not For Profit Sector
Gurram Gopal: Integrating Sustainability Concepts into the Undergraduate Business Curriculum
19.00h-23.00h "Domaine de Raba"
35 Rue Rémi Belleau
Talence/Bordeaux
This is in walking distance from the conference site.
Drinks and conference dinner

14 September 2012

Time Room Sessions
9.00h-10.30h   Parallel Paper Session 5
  Room A Session 5A: Socially Responsible Investment
Som Sekhar Bhattacharyya, Anju Singh and Mayuri Naik: Exploring the factors influencing the Corporate Social Responsibility ratings of Indian organizations
Ralf Barkemeyer: Operationalizing Socially Responsible Investment: A Non-financial Fiduciary Duty Problem
Eduardo Ortas, José M. Moneva and Roger Burritt: Return and Risk in Socially Responsible Investment in the Asia Pacific
  Room B Session 5B: CSR Implementation
Marja Turunen: Leading Sustainable Strategies - Towards Collective Intelligence in Organizations
Diego Pérez-López and Ana Moreno-Romero: Exploring the relationship between Sustainability Reporting and Corporate Social Responsibility implementation
Marie-Hélène Bihr and Alexandros Dimitriadis: CSR in Small and Mid Caps: A different approach?
  Room C Session 5C: Cause-Related Marketing
Jeannette Klink, Nina Langen and Monika Hartmann: Intended purchase decisions of Cause-related Marketing products – an application of the Theory of Reasoned Action
Carrie Sze and Edmund Horan: Using Social Media to Promote Sustainability Causes – Developing and Evaluating a Social Media Campaign
Dilani Janßen, Nina Langen and Monika Hartmann: The Role of Information in a Cause-Related Marketing Campaign
10.30h-11.00h   Coffee Break
11.00h-12.30h   Parallel Paper Session 6
  Room A Session 6A: Innovation
Ulrike Gelbmann and Sabrina Engert: Developing the Idea of a National (CSR) Innovation System
Juan Felipe Reyes-Rodriguez: Adoption of environmental strategies and the development of IS/IT capabilities: an empirical approach focused on Colombian firms
Faye McAnulla: Standardized Environmental Management Systems as Drivers of and Barriers to Innovation
  Room B Session 6B: Measuring CSR Performance
Som Sekhar Bhattacharyya, Anju Singh and Mayuri Naik: Measuring the Corporate Social Responsibility performance of Indian business organizations on the dimensions of Contributing and Manifestation factors
Marina Vashchenko: CSR reports: enough to build an opinion?
Frank Figge and Tobias Hahn: Sustainable Value Drivers and Strategies
  Room C Session 6C: Supply Chain Management and Life Cycle Impacts
Sadaat Ali Yawar and Stefan Seuring: CSR in supply chains: Debates, Challenges and Opportunities through a Literature review
Niall Dunphy and Aveen Henry: Exploration and Communication of Lifecycle Carbon Implications of Building Energy Retrofits
12.30h-14.00h   Lunch Break
14.30h-18.00h   Excursion (optional)