Faculty of Business and Law

Social and Environmental Sustainability in Organisations Research Group

Conferences and presentations

Members of SESIO attended and presented at the following conferences.

2018

IAIA Special Symposium - Using impact assessment to achieve the SDGs in Asia. Kuching, Malaysia, 1-2 October 2018

  • Cheree Topple served as Organising Committee Member

Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, 11 August 2018

  • Cristina Neesham: ‘Teaching about business models from a humanistic perspective’ (International Humanistic Management Association symposium)

Swinburne Visiting Fellowship, 1-11 February 2018

  • Brent Beal: ‘The Student Case Writing Project’, Case Teaching and Writing Workshop, 6 February 2018
  • Brent Beal: ‘Management Scholars, Income Inequality and Public Policy: A Case of Academic Irrelevance or (Unwitting) Complicity?’, Swinburne Colloquium, 9 February 2018

2017

ABEN Annual Conference, Melbourne, 11-12 December 2017

  • Claire Latham and Jane Cote: Will they practice what we preach? Developing ethical capabilities through continuing professional education
  • Cristina Neesham and Rob Macklin: On the possibility of decent managers in the modern corporation
  • Cristina Neesham, ABEN Secretary, member of the Conference Organising Committee
  • Julia Benkert, member of the Conference Organising Committee

ABEN PhD Colloquium, hosted by SUT, Melbourne, 10 December 2017

  • Julia Benkert, colloquium convenor
  • Welcoming Speech by Keryn Chalmers
  • Adam Scott, Sustainability tensions within Australian environmental social enterprises (mentored project)
  • Cristina Neesham, mentor

CSaRO Colloquium, Opportunities and Challenges of Integrating SDGs across Research and Curriculum, Melbourne, 4 December 2017

  • Cristina Neesham: Incorporating SDGS in course offerings and teaching for meaningful impact. Invited keynote presentation

Research seminar series: University of Tasmania, Tasmania, 1 December 2017

  • Zihan Liu, Christine Jubb and Subhash Abhayawansa: The impact of female directors and multiple directorships on the readiness to adopt Integrated Reporting: Evidence from Australia

ComView Annual Conference, VCTA, Melbourne, 27 November 2017

  • Cristina Neesham: Ethical accounting. Challenges and opportunities for educators
    Invited panel presentation

AFAANZ Accounting Educators Conference, Melbourne, 20 November 2017

  • Mohammad Azim and Cristina Neesham: Developing ethical accountants for the profession. Are we there yet?

Research Datablitz, Swinburne Faculty of Business and Law, Melbourne, 17 November 2017

  • Cristina Neesham and Subhash Abhayawansa: Introducing the SESIO Research Group. Overview
  • Zihan Liu (with Christine Jubb and Subhash Abhayawansa): Adopting Integrated Reporting in Australia
  • Julia Benkert: Social Sustainability in Supply Chains

RMIT Governance and Sustainability Conference, Melbourne, 18 September 2017

  • Zihan Liu, Christine Jubb and Subhash Abhayawansa: The impact of female directors and interlocking on readiness to apply Integrated Reporting: Evidence from Australia

21st Annual Financial Reporting and Business Communication (FRBC) Conference, Durham, 6-7 July 2017

  • Zihan Liu, Christine Jubb and Subhash Abhayawansa: The impact of female directors and interlocking on readiness to apply Integrated Reporting: Evidence from Australia

EGOS Conference, Copenhagen, 5-8 July 2017

  • Stefan Lodewyckx and Erica Coslor: Divergent epistemic objects: National localization in chemical regulation of endosulfan across regions
  • Kirti Mishra, Cristina Neesham, Ken Coghill and Wendy Stubbs: Co-evolutionary analysis of sustainability transitions. A case study of organisational climate change responses
  • Kirti Mishra, Cristina Neesham, Ken Coghill and Wendy Stubbs: Organisational responses to struggles over the natural environment. A co-evolutionary analysis

AAFANZ Conference, Adelaide, 2-4 July 2017

  • Mayada Hansnata and Christine Jubb: Standard Business Reporting (SBR). A disruptive technology?
  • Cristina Neesham and Mohammad Azim: Building ethical capability for accounting professionals. A needs analysis study
  • Nandana Pathiranage and Christine Jubb: IFRS and the value relevance of fundamental signals for Growth and Value stocks