Call for Papers


zfwu 18/3 (2017): Corporate Responsibility and Health

Deadline for submissions: 28th February 2017

Corporations’ competitiveness heavily depends on a healthy and powerful workforce. Health refers to various corporate responsibility issues. This counts especially for the employees’ healthcare, job safety as well as indirectly topics like integrity, values or meaning- ful work. For this interdisciplinary topic we call for contributions from neighboring disciplines like health science, medicine, sociology, psychology, or economics to provide insights at the intersection of corporate responsibility and health. We welcome theoretical, conceptual, or experimental contributions as well as empirical studies.

The editors of this issue are Alexander Brink (University Bayreuth), Ludger Heidbrink (Christian-Albrecht-University Kiel) and Dr. Frank Esselmann (concern GmbH).

Contact: Prof. Dr. Dr. Alexander Brink, E-Mail: alexander.brink(at)uni-bayreuth.de

Guidelines for contributors

Before submitting any papers, please consult the author guidelines on our website www.zfwu.de. In addition to the formal and technical instructions given there, you will also find a style sheet to help you format your paper. Should you have any further que- ries, please do not hesitate to contact the editorial team. 

 

 

zfwu 19/1 (2018): Corruption

Deadline for submissions: 30th June 2017

Corruption has developed in the last years into a term of great importance as well in the scientific discourse as in the political realm. Since antiquity it is a concept blaming a “rotten” state. With the accusation of corruption institutions, enterprises, politicians and whole societies can be criticized and discredited. The prodigious increase of corruption criticism shall be the flash point for a deepened scientific analysis of this topic in a theo- retical as well as in an empirical way. Especially investigations that analyse corruption discourses in different countries in an international perspective deserve closer attention in order to avoid eurocentric perspectives. We welcome contributions from different disciplines as economics, political sciences, sociology, law, ethics and adjacent fields.

Editors of this issue are Prof. Michael S. Aßländer (Technische Universität Dresden), Prof. Florian Hoffmann (Pontifícia Universidade Católica, Rio de Janeiro), PD Dr. Bettina Hollstein (Max-Weber-Kolleg, Universität Erfurt) and Prof. Kalpana Kannabi- ran (Council for Social Development, Hyderabad).

Contact: PD Dr. Bettina Hollstein (bettina.hollstein(at)uni-erfurt.de)

Guidelines for contributors

Before submitting any papers, please consult the author guidelines on our website www.zfwu.nomos.de. In addition to the formal and technical instructions given there, you will also find a style sheet to help you format your paper. Should you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact the editorial team.