Early Bird Registration is now closed
It is essential for all participants including delegates, speakers and guests to register online with payment of the applicable registration fee. All fees include GST.
- Doctoral Workshop, Swinburne University of Technology, 8 December
- Welcome Reception, 8 December, RMIT University
- ABEN Conference, RMIT University, 9 & 10 December
- Conference Dinner, 9 December
|Registration Category||Prices (incl GST)|
|Full Registration, before 15 October||$440|
|Full Registration, after 15 October||$520|
|Student Registration, before 15 October||$300|
|Student Registration, after 15 October||$390|
Jan Schapper Scholarship in Critical Business Ethics
Jan Schapper was one of the founders of ABEN and worked at Monash’s Department of Management for 15 years before returning to La Trobe in 2010. Deeply immersed in feminist, Marxist and psychoanalytic scholarship, Jan’s research interests included higher education, critical approaches to business ethics and CSR, and workplace equality and diversity. She was especially keen that as a scholarly community we pay attention to questions of critical pedagogy, teaching and learning, and to ensuring that we provide supportive and friendly environments in which future scholars can develop their work. Jan died surrounded by her family and friends on September 24, 2014. Further information is available at https://aben.org.au/jan-schapper-scholarships/.
2019 ABEN Grant
The Australian Business Ethics Network, supported by Ecstra Foundation, is offering a $5,000 research grant for research into ethical decision making in financial markets.