Centre for Responsible Business (CRB) in association with the OP Jindal Global University, Schulich School of Business and Aston Business School, UK is organising a writing workshop
Purpose of the Writing Workshop
The purposes of the writing workshop are manifold:
- To seek out interest from scholars already researching on, and those interested in, BGs and on CSR/sustainability/public good in India – to form an international Academic Network on Business Groups and Corporate Responsibility for the Public Good in India;
- To enable scholars interested in studying BGs and CSR/sustainability/public good to develop and present their paper ideas;
- To support scholars to develop and prepare manuscript for publication in international peerreviewed journals;
- To provide an opportunity for scholars to participate in CRB’s 5th annual conference: ‘India and Sustainability Standards: International Dialogues and Conference’ to be held from 14-16 November 2018 in New Delhi.
We invite short papers of not more than 3,000 words. Upon acceptance, selected scholars will be invited to attend the Writing Workshop, present their paper and seek feedback from the workshop facilitators.
Workshop Registration and Fee
Please send the extended abstract to Dr. Ria Sinha (email@example.com ) by 30th September 2018. The workshop participation fee is INR 3,000 (for delegates from India) and USD 50 (for overseas delegates). For Registration please visit – http://www.sustainabilitystandards.in/registration/ The fee includes workshop participation and engagement with facilitators and feedback on extended abstracts, complimentary passes for CRB’s annual conference from 14-16 November 2018. Travel and accommodation costs for participation are to be borne by the participants themselves.
Questions about paper submission, participation in the workshop and CRB’s conference and associated logistics should be emailed to Dr. Ria Sinha (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Mr. Rijit Sengupta (email@example.com), in the first instance.
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