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Halloran Prize in the History of Corporate Responsibility
The CEBC Halloran Prize in the History of Corporate Responsibility. The prize recognizes a paper presented at the BHC annual meeting that makes a significant contribution to the history of corporate responsibility. Corporate responsibility is understood to embrace the many ways in which the firm relates to the political realm and the wider society. It is generously funded by the Center for Ethical Business Cultures (CEBC) at the University of St. Thomas Opus College of Business in honor of Harry R. Halloran, Jr., for his support of the university and research on the history of corporate responsibility in twentieth-century business. The prize, which consists of a $500 award and a certificate of recognition, is to be offered annually for a period of five years at the Business History Conference 2010-2014 annual meetings. Relevant topics might include, among others: business engagement with and action on social issues, environmental issues, labor-management relations, business giving, influence of religion on business practice, business influence on government policy, organizational development and strategy related to this topic, etc. The competition is open to papers written in English and dealing with the topic during the twentieth century up to the present time.
Rob Goldberg, University of Pennsylvania2011
Ann-Kristin Bergquist, Umeâ University, and Kristina Söderholm, Luleâ University of Technology2012
Jennifer Armiger, SUNY-Albany2013
Stephanie Amerian, Irvine Valley College
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