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Third International Workshop


Third International Workshop
on Organizational  Justice and Behavioral Ethics

“Context Influences on Ethics and Justice”

Center for Research in Management

University of Toulouse 1 Capitole

June 27-28, 2013



Marion Fortin, CRM, University of Toulouse 1 Capitole

Chris Bell, Schulich School of Business,York University

Jonathan Crawshaw,Aston Business School

Russell Cropanzano,Colorado State University

Thierry Nadisic, EMLYON Business School

Keynote Speakers:
Linda Skitka, University of Illinois at Chicago
Ann Tenbrunsel, Mendoza College of Business,University of Notre Dame

We would like to invite you to attend the Third International Workshop on Organizational Justice and Behavioral Ethics to be held on June 27 – 28, 2013 in Toulouse, France. Our goal is to bring together a small group of researchers interested in the intersection of justice and ethics in order to further cross-fertilize both fields. The format of the workshop is highly interactive, with a focus on sharing and discussing ideas. Therefore, the meeting will be limited to a small group of scholars, with 12 papers being presented over the two days. We are particularly happy to announce that Professors Linda Skitka (University of Illinois at Chicago) and Ann Tenbrunsel (University of Notre Dame) have agreed to be our

Keynote Speakers for the event
The core theme of the workshop will be context influences on ethics and justice. Context effects are of course ubiquitous, but identifying the most important contextual influences is crucial for the successful development and practical useability of organizational justice and behavioral ethics research. Many different types of context effects may be relevant, be it cultural, organizational, strategic, team contexts etc…

Examples of research topics include
- The influence of social domains on behavior and perceptions of ethicality, such as negotiation and lying
- Cultural or other differences in norms of behavior
- Challenges in international business (recent Wal-Mart scandal, problem of reform in China etc)
- What is the impact of workgroup composition and group fairness norms on ethical behavior
- How different situational cues prime moral identities
- The impact of formal versus informal elements of ethical infrastructure in organizations on justice dynamics

Submissions and Key Dates
20 March 2013: Submission of paper title and abstract of around 500 words
5 April 2013: Notification of acceptance / rejection of abstracts
15 May 2013: Submission of final papers.

All submissions, and any other enquiries, should be done electronically and directed at

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