Monthly Archives: September 2011

Announcements from SRRNet

There are 2 pieces of news today. Firstly we have a redesigned website which I think is a big improvement. Many thanks to Lina Gomez, Universitat Jaume I, Spain for doing this. Have a look at our website and tell us what you think – at http://www.socialresponsbility.biz .

And secondly one of our members has had a book published.  Congratulations to Lucely Vargas for this achievement.


Invitations to Authors/Call for Papers Multidisciplinary Journal for Applied Ethics

Invitation to Authors / Call for Papers

Multidisciplinary Journal for Applied Ethics

The Multidisciplinary Journal for Applied Ethics (MJAE) is happy to announce The Invitation to Authors / Call for Papers for the first issue.

The Journal’s Statement – Multidisciplinarity which results with an overview is of utmost significance in our scientific proceedings as well as in our daily lives in which we lack surveyability. Applied ethics is one among many possibilities via which this synoptic view can be gained and which enables one to overview the whole pattern of a phenomenon,form and function as a unity, structure and configuration as one. For us, the most suitable way to contribute to this goal is to try to develop clear and stringent multidisciplinary journal for applied ethics.

All the relevant information authors can find in the Journal’s basic document:

  • Krkac, Kristijan (2011) Multidisciplinary Journal for Applied Ethics, Basic documents, templates, forms, and recordswww.filozofija.org
  • The deadline for submitting full papers: 1st October 201
  •  Publishing date for the first issue: between December 2011 and January 2012 depending on the number of submitted papers.

 The topic of the first issue is the following:

BUSINESS ETHICS AND RESPONSIBILITY IN THE VERY CORE OF A BUSINESS

Subtopics are the following:

IMPORTANT NOTE 1: Please note to which topic your paper belongs in “2. The Authors(s) MANUSCRIPT Document Template (Template 2)” of the Multidisciplinary Journal for Applied Ethics, Basic documents, templates, forms, and records.

(1) Do all core business models imply or include some kind of ethical values? (theoretical / conceptual / critical research and thought experiments are very welcomed)

(2)  Business models, standard procedures, and manifested values (analyses and examples from practice / theory relations are very welcomed)

(3) What is the connection between Core business models and ethical codes (practitioners papers based on experience are very welcomed)

(4) Can there be Core business without values (criticism of the very idea of ethical values being implicit and manifested in a core business basic procedures are very welcomed)

(5) Procedural and ethical values of a standard business procedure (case studies especially welcomed)

IMPORTANT NOTE 2:  If a paper is acceptable by the known criteria stated in the basic documents yet it is significantly out of the topic of the current issue, it can be published in the next issue out of the main topic or in the present one if there would be enough space and time.

Besides papers the journal also accepts:

– paper out of the topic (if there would be time and space to publish them in the current issue)

– cases

– book reviews

– discussions on recent papers

– various announcements

Papers are submitted to the Principal Administrator Darko Staudinger:  darko_staudinger@yahoo.com

IMPORTANT NOTE 3: The procedure that follows is described in the Basic documents, templates, forms, and records mentioned previously. Please follow the Guidelines strictly. If you have any problems considering the process, please do not hesitate to contact The Associate Editor or the Editor

 Multidisciplinary Journal for Applied Ethics

Publisher:              Society for advancement of philosophy filozofija.org

 Address:                Jordanovac 110, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia

URL:                       www.filozofija.org

Editor:

Randy Richards, St. Ambrose University, USA  RichardsRandyL@sau.edu

Associate Editor:

Kristijan Krkac, Zagreb School of Economics and Management, Philosophical Faculty of the Society of Jesus in Zagreb, Croatia  kkrkac@gmail.com

Guest Editor: (first issue)

R. Edward Freeman, University of Virginia, USA, FREEMANE@darden.virginia.edu

Administration office:

Principal administrator (first issue):

Darko Staudinger, MA, Croatia

darko_staudinger@yahoo.com

Administrator’s assistant (first issue):

Antonija Jergovski, BA, FFDI/ZSEM, Croatia

ajergovski@yahoo.com

Editorial Advisory Board:

Guler Aras, Yildiz Technical University, Turkey

Christian Beck, Kath. Universität Eichstätt, Germany

Maria Alice Nun es Costa, Instituto de Estudos do Trabalho e Sociedade Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

David Crowther, De Montfort University, UK

Paolo D’Anselmi, Università di Roma Tor Vergata / Alfa Scarl for Evaluation and Benchmarking, Italy

Renata Franc, Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar, Croatia

R. Edward Freeman, University of Virginia, USA

Khosro S. Jahdi, Bradford College, UK

Borna Jalšenjak, Zagreb School of Economics and Management/Philosophical Faculty of The Society of Jesus in Zagreb, Croatia

Ivan Jalšenjak, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Ivan Koprek, Philosophical Faculty of The Society of Jesus in Zagreb, Croatia

Josip Lukin, Private practice/Croatian Studies, Croatia

Ivan Macan, Philosophical Faculty of The Society of Jesus in Zagreb, Croatia

Irena Martinović Klarić, Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies, Croatia

Janice McCormick, Dubrovnik International University, Croatia

Vedran Micek, University of Zagreb

Fulya Akyildiz, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences Usak, Turkey

Jacob Dahl Rendtorff, Roskilde University, Denmark

Kevin W. Gibson, Marquette University, USA

Damir Mladić, Dubrovnik International University, Croatia

Michael J. Parnham, J. W. Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, Germany/University Hospital for Infectious Diseases “Dr Fran Mihaljevic”, Germany/Croatia

Branimir Rajšel, Gammarus Environmental Research, Croatia

Christina Reis, University of New Haven, USA

Marion Secka, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria

Sandro Skansi, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Ivan Spajić, Philosophical Faculty of The Society of Jesus in Zagreb, Croatia

Matej Sušnik, University of Rijeka, Croatia

Ivan Tomac, Global Deployment Manager, Ericsson

Trpimir Vedriš, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Administration office:

Jelena Debeljak, Zagreb School of Economics and Management, CEP, Croatia

Antonija Jergovski, Zagreb School of Economics and Management, Croatia

Darko Staudinger, Croatia

Stipe Buzar, Croatia

Damijan Bermanec, Croatia

Call for articles and reviews: Social Responsibility Review

It will soon be time for the next issue of Social Responsibility Review  so if you have any articles or reviews which you would like to be included then please send them to David Crowther  by 20th September.