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Call for Papers/Abstracts
Institute of International Business & Governance (IIBG)
Annual Academia-Industry Exchange 2018
Conference on Ethics, Responsible Business & Sustainable Development: Challenges and Opportunities for Transformation and Growth
Papers on topics related to Sustainability Challenges, Social Entrepreneurship, Sustainable Business Models and Strategies, Sustainable Finance and Investment will be considered for publication in the special issues of Business Strategy and the Environment (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10990836).
7-8 December 2018, Hong Kong SAR
The Institute of International Business & Governance (IIBG<http://www.ouhk.edu.hk/wcsprd/Satellite?pagename=OUHK/tcAdmin&lang=eng&sch=IIBG>) of The Open University of Hong Kong welcomes you to the Annual Academia-Industry Exchange 2018, to be held on 7th - 8th December, 2018 in Hong Kong. This 3rd conference of the Institute will be an interdisciplinary forum that involves international academia, scholars, researchers, industry practitioners and policy makers to exchange knowledge, ideas and experiences on business ethics and sustainable development, and to explore opportunities for future collaboration. We invite competitive papers and posters which respond to the theme of the conference. Conceptual, theoretical, and empirical papers, using qualitative and/or quantitative methodologies are welcome. Please indicate in the cover page accompanying your manuscript that you would like to have your paper considered for the special issue of Business Strategy and the Environment.
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