EBS hosts a workshop on organizational justice in June
The sixth International Workshop on Organisational Justice and Behavioral Ethics (IWOJBE) with the heading Justice Enactment – “Doing Justice” in Organizations take place at EBS Business School in June 2019, hosted by the EBS Impact Institute. The workshop program consists of keynotes delivered by leading scholars and paper presentations.
The theme of the workshop “Justice Enactment” refers to the deliberate, conscious, and intentional actions of an individual to treat others in an either just or unjust manner. Although a wealth of evidence suggests that organizations and managers should care more about justice, we still know little about how managers make sense of the situations that call for attention to fairness. Therefore, the workshop seeks to advance existing knowledge on why and how managers make, think, and feel about fairness in decision making, as well as on the consequences of these decisions on others and on themselves (e.g., for their own careers and health). It also aims to promote dialogue and networking in a small group of active scholars who can present early stage papers based on new theoretical ideas or preliminary findings as well as fully developed manuscripts.
Workshop presenters are encouraged to develop their manuscripts to be considered for publication in** Journal of Organizational Behavior (JOB)** Special Issue on Justice Enactment – Research on “Doing Justice” in Organizations which is edited by the organizers of the Workshop (Marjo-Riitta Diehl, Chris Bell, Mario Gollwitzer, Marion Fortin and Tessa Melkonian). The Deadline for submissions to the Special Issue is on September 15th, 2019.
The workshop is by invitation only, in case of an interest in following some talks and presentations, please contact email@example.com.
The Workshop is supported by the German Research Foundation DFG, project number 424776337.