The ABEN conference brings academics together to discuss and debate the nature, intent, effects and
futures of business ethics in Australasia and beyond. It is a key forum in the region for reflective, engaged and philosophical work on business ethics.
The location for this year’s conference is RMIT University located in the heart of Melbourne with the doctoral workshop taking place at Swinburne University of Technology. The conference is very inclusive and welcomes submissions that explore business ethics from a range of theoretical, empirical and practical positions and perspectives.
Submissions are now invited for the 7th Annual ABEN Conference on Business Ethics. The conference will begin on the afternoon of the 10 of December 2017 with a Doctoral workshop hosted by Swinburne University at their Hawthorn campus followed by a Welcome Reception for all participants held at RMIT University. Sessions for the delivery of papers will be held at the RMIT Melbourne Campus on 11 and 12 December 2017.
The ABEN conference and doctoral workshop will take place just after the ANZAM Conference 2017 (also held at RMIT University, Melbourne, from 6 to 8 December 2017; for details, see http://www.anzam.org/).