(Small) Social Enterprises and CSR in emerging/developing countries
This event by Royal Holloway, University of London is part of a series on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) in Developing Countries. Largely missing from the policy and scholarly discussion on this important subject has been the role of small social enterprises, despite their being many parallels and blurred boundaries between social enterprises and socially responsible SMEs. Contributions are sought which seek to make this link clearly, and which draw on and are relevant to developing country contexts.
Dr. Iain Davies, University of Bath
Prof. Fergus Lyon, Middlesex University
Dr. Anica Zeyen, Royal Holloway, University of London
Edward Elgar Research Handbook on Small Business Social Responsibility: Global Perspectives
The Seminar Series is associated with the prestigious Edward Elgar Research Handbook Series. Chapter submissions will be invited from the event participants. The Call for Papers can be viewed here, which also includes a style guide.
20 April 2015 Full paper seminar submissions to: Laura.Spence@royalholloway.ac.uk
1 May 2015 Response from seminar organizers
16 June 2015 Seminar, Royal Holloway, University of London
31 July 2015 Edward Elgar Research Handbook final submission deadline
You can download the programme of the event below.