Centre for Business & Liability - Opening Conference: International Conference - Business Resilience
Conference and Call for Research Proposals
25 and 26 of January 2018, Leiden Law School, The Netherlands
Centre for Business & Liability (CBL) would like to invite you to its Opening Conference, which will be held in Leiden, The Netherlands on 25 and 26 of January 2018, on International Conference - Business Resilience.
OVERVIEW: Business resilience has emerged as a response to the decreasing lifespan of businesses and the inability of key stakeholders to adequately address issues of preparedness and responsiveness to incremental change and sudden business disruptions. This international conference on business resilience emphasizes drivers of change and responsiveness to change from three perspectives:
- Technology as a driver of change to the organisation and corporate governance of businesses;
- Long-term value creation as a driver of change in capital markets, corporate governance and businesses;
- Directors' duties and liabilities as drivers of change in directors' willingness to take risks and adopt innovative solutions.
CALL FOR RESEARCH PROPOSALS: As part of the Opening Conference, in order to foster forward-looking and cross-disciplinary academic research, CBL is launching the Call for Research Proposals. Researchers are invited to submit an outline of their research proposal not exceeding 500 words by 1 December 2017.
For more information about the CBL Opening Conference and the Call for Research Proposals please visit our website at https://cbl-leiden.com
ABOUT CENTRE FOR BUSINESS & LIABILITY (CBL): CBL is a research and expertise centre that focuses on the liability aspects of doing business within the context of company and insolvency law. The Centre is created with the purpose of advancing cutting-edge knowledge in a cross-disciplinary and comparative environment where leading academics, business leaders, policy makers, practitioners and regulators can meet and work together. CBL is powered by the Company Law Department and the Department of Business Studies of Leiden University (The Netherlands).
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Posted: 9 Nov 2017