The ESSEC Business School Paris, HEC Liège Management School and Emlyon business school are jointly organizing the third edition of the Doctoral Seminar in Social Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy (SEPHI) in Liège on the 8 and 9 September 2020. The seminar will gather about 20 doctoral students from different countries working at the intersection between social entrepreneurship and philanthropy.
The seminar will feature presentations by doctoral students of their work and lectures by three guest speakers:
Jacques Defourny, Professor of Economics at HEC Liège, Liège University
Danielle Logue, Associate Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, UTS Business School
Nevena Radoynovska, Assistant Professor in Strategy, Emlyon business school
Interested candidates should send a sample research paper or outline of their research in attachment to an email motivating their participation. The application should be sent by Thursday 30 April 2020 to Nathalie Jourdan : Nathalie.Jourdan@uliege.be
More information on the scope and format is available here or in the attached pdf document.
Arthur Gautier, Assistant Professor, Executive Director of the ESSEC Philanthropy Chair, ESSEC Business School (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Benjamin Huybrechts, Associate Professor in Social and Cooperative Entrepreneurship, emlyon business school and HEC Liège (email@example.com)
Virginie Xhauflair, Assistant Professor, Baillet-Latour Chair in Social Investment and Philanthropy, HEC Liège (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The next full edition of the SEPHI seminar will take place on September 8 & 9, 2020
Call for applications closes on April 30, 2020
Interested candidates should send a sample research paper or outline of their research in attachment to an email motivating their participation. The application should be sent by 30 April 2020 to Nathalie Jourdan: Nathalie.email@example.com. Organizers will accept as many applications as possible, up to 20 participants. The seminar is free of charge but please note that participants should cover their travel and accommodation costs.