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Call for Papers: Special Issue "Sustainability Impact, Risk Disclosure and Environmental Performance in Sustainability Reports"

Submission deadline: 31 October 2021

This Special Issue invites various scholars to explore research from different perspectives offering new insights into creative approaches and systemic thinking as well as innovative processes for dealing with the sustainability impact, risk disclosure, and environmental performance in sustainability reports. Conceptual and theoretical as well as empirical and inter- and transdisciplinary papers are equally welcome. We encourage authors to apply innovative approaches as well as practical examples and viewpoints. The Special Issue is focused on but not limited to the following topics:

  • Progress and trends in sustainability (risk) reporting;
  • Sustainability risk, risk management, and risk disclosure in reporting;
  • Motives and drivers in sustainability (risk) reporting;
  • Complexities and trade-offs in sustainability (risk) disclosure and corporate legitimacy;
  • Sustainability risk assessment tools;
  • Quality of sustainability risk disclosure and sustainability reports;
  • Sustainability risk reporting across different industries and contexts;
  • Sustainability risk reporting, corporate reputation, public perception, and market valuation;
  • Sustainability reporting, risk disclosure, and stakeholder groups;
  • Sustainability risk reporting and corporate environmental and social responsibility;
  • Impact and outcome of environmental performance;
  • Sustainability (risk) reporting and implications for corporate environmental and social value creation processes, practices of corporate sustainability and business models.

Further information can be found here.

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Teaching Strategic Management: A Hands-on Guide to Teaching Success provides a wide scope of knowledge and teaching resources on methods and practices for teaching strategic management theories and concepts for a multitude of settings (classroom, online and hybrid), course levels (bachelors, masters, MBA, executive) and student groups.

More information can be found here.

 

Call for Papers: "Corporate Governance Mechanisms in light of the COVID-19 Crisis: How Financial Information and Regulation, Managerial Decision-Making, and Policy Intervention Can Shape the Economic Recovery"

Call for Papers Corporate Governance: An International Review 

Submission Deadline: August 1, 2021

The ongoing uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic is spurring different behaviors and responses by various economic actors. Therefore, we see the following questions as being particularly relevant and timely from an empirical standpoint:

  1. What are the managerial (and workers-related)implications in terms of compensation, incentives, and (mis-)alignment with other corporate and social stakeholders?
  2. How do organizations respond in terms of capital structure, investments and accounting policies (e.g., in the financial industry some banks are increasing provisioning of future losses whereas others are recording all-time high profit)?
  3. How do policy makers like securities regulators (e.g., SEC), accounting standard setting bodies (e.g., IASB, FASB), national governments and supranational entities (e.g., European Banking Authority) enact, suspend and review policies and rules to safeguard the economic systems without generating too much moral hazard and ineffective public spending?
  4. How is the balance of power among governments, regulators, standard set- ters, and the various stakeholders (preparers, auditors, and users) impacted and what are the effects of shifts in that balance on financial reporting and the decision-usefulness of the information?
  5. What is the role of ESG strategies in responding to the COVID-19? How do corporations balance purpose and profits during the crisis? Which responsible best practices in these unprecedented times are value creating? How have stock markets reacted to the way companies deal with trade-off?
  6. Has the disclosure of risk factors changed in the post-COVID-19? How do these changes manifest? And how do various stakeholders use them? Are firms more responsive to tail-risk post-crisis and is this reflected in disclo- sures?

Further information can be found here.

Call for Proposals: Corporate Governance - An International Review

Corporate Governance: An International Review seeks proposals for review articles that consolidate and advance current knowledge of subjects in line with the mission of the journal. 

Submissions have to follow a two-step process. First, an article proposal must be submitted by March 1, 2021. The proposal outlines the subject, the novelty and the contribution of the review. Proposals should be double-spaced and not exceed eight pages of text (including a brief executive summary, but excluding references). Complete papers will not be considered. Authors may indicate in their proposal that the draft of a full paper already exists. Submissions of proposals must be made via the CGIR website (https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/cgir) and indicate that the submission is intended for the CGIR review issue.

Proposals will be evaluated with regard to the following criteria:

  • Fit of the subject with the scope of CGIR

  • Relevance and novelty of the review topic

  • Incorporation of relevant literatures

  • Integration of related concepts and/or streams of research

  • Implications for future research

  • Overall significance of intended contribution

  • Clarity of exposition and writing

Further information can be found here

Call for Proposals: Corporate Governance - An International Review

Corporate Governance: An International Review invites proposals for special issues that focus on a specific area of research that has broad appeal and fits with the aims and scope of the journal. 

Proposals of special issues have to be emailed to CGIR@wiley.com by August 1, 2021, indicating “CGIR Special Issue Proposal” in the header of the email. The proposal needs to include:

  1. A draft call for papers including the (provisional) title of the special issue and outlining its subject, relevance and novelty, as well as the scope of articles sought for (including potential subthemes to be addressed in the special issue);
  2. Short CVs of the proposed Guest Editors (including contact information, major publications and editorial experience);
  3. A 2-page statement outlining the state of research in the area and justifying why the special issue is needed and how is expected to entail theoretical, practical and policy implications as well as to attract a wide audience (ideally from various geographic areas and disciplines);
  4. Aproposedtimelineforeachstageofeditingandpublishingthespecialissue;
  5. A list of scholars (including email addresses) who may be interested in submitting
  6. to, or reviewing for, the special issue.

Further information can be found here.

Call for Papers: "Management Praxis in the African Context: Sustainability, Responsibility and Ethics"

Call for Papers for the 6th Biennial Conference of the Africa Academy of Management.

The conference will be held on January 8-10, 2022 at the German University in Cairo and will be organized around the following tracks: 

  • Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management
  • Strategy and International Management · Entrepreneurship and Small Business
  • Social Issues in Management
  • Sustainability and Green Management
  • Management Practice
  • Public Policy, Administration and Non-Governmental Organizations

Submission deadline is April 30, 2021. Detailed submission guidelines and other information can be found here