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Accounting Control amp Performance Management LAB with the contribution of ACPM Lab presents CRITICAL amp ALTERNATIVE APPROCHES TO GOVERNANCE WORKSHOPGoverning complexity to challenge neo liberalism New democracy new corporations new markets 2017 edition 29 30 June Barcelona REGISTER gt Best papers in a special issue European Management Journal 2017 keynote speakers Prof Ruth Aguilera D Amore McKim School of Business Northeastern University Prof Bobby Banerjee Cass Business School City University London Scientific Committee Thomas Clarke Key University Research Centre for Corporate Governance Sydney Morten Huse University of Witten Herdecke Germany Coral Ingley AUT University Auckland New Zealand Lotfi Karoui Ecole de Management Normandie France Wafa Khlif Toulouse Business School Barcelona Spain Silke Machold University of Wolverhamptron Business School UK Sabina Nielsen Copenhagen Business School Denmark Konan A Seny Kan Toulouse Business School France Sibel Yamak European Academy of Management UK Call for Papers Corporations were originally designed as a means of creating wealth and have become a dominant model for collective economic action Initially centred on an economic function corporations are now asked to serve social requirements and to engage in the struggle against inequality discrimination corruption poverty global warming and other global issues These requests for wider corporate accountability clearly contest the power dynamics between market national states and civil societies The global economic and social turmoil underlines that a clear dynamic of societal and corporate change is taking place The old global system seems no longer maintainable Many initial assumptions about the appeal of global development and governance have run aground on the shoals of countervailing realities The overall trend of political despair and disillusionment the loss of confidence in the markets as unique arbiter of value creation and distribution and the marketable appeal of governance best practices seem to have come to an end Management literature has begun to question these issues and to call for a deeper understanding of the dynamics of political social and corporate change Management scholars but also political science and law scholars urge a rethinking of definitions and frameworks for corporation capitalism and democracy Distinctive calls to rethink the purpose form and value of organisations are converging upon the broad concept of corporate governance to better grasp the changing interplay of governments civil society actors and corporations Corporate governance has become a vital issue in managing corporations of all types in an increasingly uncertain and complex global environment Such complexity necessitates rethinking also concepts such as organisational structure mechanism process and strategy within an emerging new transnational order Constructed through the analytical lens of western powers the well beaten paths of mainstream corporate governance models guidelines and reforms without comprehensive encompassing and innovative theories have not engaged with contemporary and evolutionary debates for equitable and sustainable global development Accordingly studies are needed which examine these dynamics from multiple perspectives and employing critical thinking to build knowledge for generating new creative alternative approaches to corporate governance Three main tenets can be debated in this call for new studies The idea of corporation and its new mission Different meanings and interpretations of organisations offered by non managerial theories could lead to new understandings of the complex new socio economic corporate reality Capitalism and the hegemony of the market Understanding the hegemony of formal markets reveals the hidden domination of new old elites who are deeply involved in the growth of all types of markets Formal and informal markets are becoming intertwined in a way that only focused analysis can shed light on as to which is truly contributing to societal wellbeing Democracy and the changing society as framework Rethinking the question of markets and corporations in rigorous and creative ways without rethinking and reframing central even taken for granted analytical and theoretical rubrics of democracy such as inclusion participation diversity citizenship imperialism and identity In this call for papers we invite academics to submit cutting edge research dealing with emerging directions to rethink the definitions and frameworks for corporation capitalism and democracy in relation to corporate governance and sustainability We seek empirical and conceptual papers which address a diverse set of issues that include but are not limited to the following debates Are transnational corporations organisations or similar institutions in their present form able to redefine a new capitalism What new institutional arrangements are needed to help define the new role of business firm as a political actor in a globalizing society If large corporations play a political role in societies is a new deliberative democracy needed in entrepreneurial activities and in corporations Are concepts such gender ethnicity or identity still central to corporate governance efficiency Are they part of the problem or part of the solution to governance evolution How could local governance practices for big south growing economies help to enlarge the picture and address corporate governance What and how new forms of control may help corporations to navigate through complexity in a word where openness and sharing are becoming the rules How will the new collaborative means of production such as social media and collective intelligence in a sharing economy be governed and by whom How do boards and more generally governing bodies need to evolve in their roles and composition to meet the new concept of politics which calls a collective regulation What happens to governance mechanisms when the new factors of production such as knowledge and intelligence become central to overall social wellbeing Organizing Committee Wafa Khlif Toulouse Business School Barcelona Spain Coral Ingley AUT University Auckland New Zealand Lotfi Karoui Ecole de Management Normandie France Konan A Seny Kan Toulouse Business School France Important dates Workshop 29th 30th June 2016 Deadline for submission of 4 page proposals gt April 30 2017 Notification of acceptance gt May 12 2017 Early bird author registration gt May 25 2017 Deadline for full text submission June 18 2017 Workshop fees In Euros VAT incl Early Bird Fee up to 25th May 2017 255 Regular Fee 26th May 20th June 2017 300 On site Registration Fee 355 Phd Student reduction 30 are included documentation coffee breaks lunch diner gala REGISTER gt For any specific information please contact workshop tbs education es Submissions should be sent to workshop tbs education es PREVIOUS EDITIONS gt 2016 PHOTO GALLERY gt ...


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