BSL Professor presents at the 26th Annual European Business Ethics Network Conference

BSL Professor Dr. Ganesh Nathan attended the 26th Annual EBEN (European Business Ethics Network) conference at EDHEC Business School, in Lille, France on 12-14th September and presented two topics:

Multi-stakeholder deliberation for (global) justice: an approach from modern civic republicanism

The first paper presented by Dr. Nathan was dedicated on the topic of Multi-stakeholder deliberation for (global) justice: an approach from modern civic republicanism. The paper presents the minimal and common conditions for multi-stakeholder deliberation for (global) justice from the perspective of ‘modern civic republicanism’. The paper will be published as a  chapter in the forthcoming book: Multi-stakeholder deliberation for (global) justice: An approach from modern civic republicanism, In: Kakabadse, A. and S. Schepers (Eds) (forthcoming), Governance, Innovation and the Future of Europe, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Ethical Dilemmas in the Textile Industry. An Analysis of Ethical Implications of Offshoring Textile Production to Asia by Swiss Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises

The second paper was presented by Dr. Nathan as a co-author: “Ethical Dilemmas in the Textile Industry. An Analysis of Ethical Implications of Offshoring Textile Production to Asia by Swiss Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises.” The presentation was based on a student’s work (Luisa Kramer) on her Master thesis at FHNW whose work was supervised by Dr. Nathan.