Paper Development CID Group Seminar - Business and Sustainability
The Marketing Department at Kozminski University cordially invite to Paper Development CID Group Seminar “Business and Sustainability” - 19.09.2023
The focus of the CID Seminar is to explore the critical role that businesses play in promoting sustainability and how business relationships can be leveraged to achieve justifiable outcomes. Conducting research on business relationships and sustainability is essential to understand the dynamics of processes and practices. The findings can help develop new strategies and policies that promote sustainable practices while maintaining healthy relationships with stakeholders. The CID Seminar will provide a platform for exploring new ideas, sharing research findings, and collaborating to develop strategies for promoting sustainable business practices. The diverse perspectives and insights will facilitate a comprehensive understanding of the topic and generate new ideas for further research. The second goal of the CID Seminar is to support authors by providing constructive feedback on the further development of full-text articles to be submitted to journals of significant international reputation.
The seminar is patronaged by two journals:
Oeconomia Copernicana (MEN: 100 points)
Central European Management Journal (MEN: 100 points).
The CID Seminar Organizing Committee do not guarantee the publication of full papers in these or other journals. The Organizing Committee will recommend the most promising abstracts to the Editors of the partnering journals.
We invite CID Seminar submissions based on research around the following topics of interest, although submissions may go beyond these topics to explore also other aspects of business and sustainability:
- Business relationships and sustainability
- Interorganizational relationships for sustainability
- Global value chain and modern slavery
- Sustainable management
- Corporate social responsibility
- Green marketing
- Environmental management systems
- Circular economy
- Collaborative governance
- Sustainable innovation
- Sustainable entrepreneurship
- Sustainable business models
- ESG reporting
Deadline for sending short abstract until 31.07. Please apply by the form on the website Extended abstract: until 8.09, after the information about acceptance for the short abstract. Please send extended abstract (3-5 pages including references, Times New Roman 12, 1,5 spaced). Information on acceptance the extend abstract for presentation at the CID Seminar by 10.09.
1. Dr. Karolina Małagocka - Chair of the Organizing Committee 2. Dr. Jolanta Tkaczyk - Chair of the Organizing Committee 3. Dr. Chrystyna Misiewicz - Secretary of the Organizing Committee 4. Assoc. Prof. Dariusz Siemieniako – Scientific Coordinator
8.45- 9.00 Registration of participants 9.00-9.10 Welcome and opening 9.10-10.30 SESSION 1 KEYNOTE SPEECHES on "Supply chains vs modern slavery"- Prof. Krzysztof Kubacki, University of Plymouth, GB; Prof. Natalia Szablewska, Open University, GB; Assoc. Prof. Dariusz Siemieniako, KU 10.30-10.45 Break 10.45-12.15 SESSION 2 Participants' presentations 12.15-12.30 Break 12.30-14.00 SESSION 3 Participants' presentations & wrap up
Professor of Marketing and Society at University of Plymouth, Great Britan. He became a full-time academic in 2003. His previous academic appointments include University of Glamorgan, University of Wales in Aberystwyth, Keele University (all in the UK) and Griffith University (Australia). Recently, Krzysztof spent five years (2013–2018) working as VicHealth’s Social Marketing Research Practice Fellow. His research has been published in over 100 books, book chapters, journal articles, and industry and government reports in areas such as arts marketing, place branding, knowledge management in higher education and social marketing. His current research focuses on the identification, trial, evaluation and critique of behaviour change programmes. Krzysztof is also interested in the intersecting roles of ethics, power and vulnerability in behaviour change and social marketing systems.
is an Associate Professor at the Białystok University of Technology and the Kozminski University. His scientific research focuses on the following issues: power in business relations, inter-organisational relations and sustainable development, dynamic organisational capabilities, cooperation in innovation development. He serves as associate editor or member of boards and has served as guest editor in among others: Industrial Marketing Management, Journal of Busiuness Research, Oeconomia Copernicana. He has published in leading scientific journals in the field of management, including: Journal of Business Research, Industrial Marketing Management, Journal of Marketing Management, International Marketing Review. He was associated with Griffith University, Australia (2013-2019), as Adjunct Associate Professor. He has pursued international research grants and fellowships, including at the University of Cambridge, University of Jyvaskyla. He has many years of experience in business practice, having worked as CEO, Board Member and Business Development Director in several companies operating internationally in B2B markets. He is currently a member of the Supervisory Board in a large manufacturing company.
Ph.D., is Professor in Law and Society at The Open University Law School in the United Kingdom. She serves on the Modern Slavery Leadership Advisory Group to the New Zealand Government and as a Chair of the Business and Human Rights Subcommittee for Australian Lawyers for Human Rights (ALHR). She holds a Visiting Professorship at the Sorbonne, France (2022-23) and is an Adjunct Research Fellow at the Humanitarian and Development Research Initiative (HADRI) at Western Sydney University in Australia, along with other current and former affiliate positions in Cambodia, New Zealand, Canada, Germany and Slovenia. Natalia’s interdisciplinary research examining the different aspects of modern slavery, forced migration and gender (in)equalities in post-conflict contexts has been published by leading journals and publishers in a number of disciplines, as well as featured in various national and international media. Her current research focus is on the legal, social and economic linkages between business and human rights, modern slavery and sustainable development.
Key Dates and Information
31st of July 2023 Deadline for short abstract submission 5th of August 2023 Information to the authors on short abstract acceptance 8th of September 2023 Deadline for extended abstract submission (3-5 pages including references, Times New Roman 12, 1,5 spaced) 10th of September 2023 Information to the authors on presentation acceptance 19th of September 2023 CID Seminar Form: hybrid (at KU headquarters), available online upon acceptance of submission Language of the CID Seminar (prepared abstracts, extended abstracts and speeches): English Participation in the CID Seminar is free of charge.