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FINAL PROGRAMME

Minor changes might be possible upon special request from presenters

Sunday, October 5, 2008 

 

19.00 – 21.00

Welcome Reception and get together party in the AULA of the Corvinus University

Monday, October 6, 2008

 

09.00 – 10.00

Registration

 

 

10.00 – 11.30.

Auditorium III.

Opening and Plenary session I (Chair: Zsuzsanna Szerényi):

Stefan Schaltegger (Germany): Managing the Business Case for Sustainability

John Morelli (RIT): Social Responsibility: The Developing ISO26000 Standard

Sandor Kerekes: Limits to the sustainability strategy of Hungary

Szilvia Gärtner and Antal Vizy  (DENSO Hungary Ltd.): Estimating the monetary benefits of environmental management in DENSO corporation

 

11.40 – 12.00

Coffee

 

 

12.00 – 13.00

Auditorium III.

Plenary session continued

Katalin Szomolányi: Corporate Sustainability at Magyar Telekom

Gyula Zilahy  (Hungarian Cleaner Production Centre): Environmental Reporting in Hungary: the special case of the telecommunication sector

Mr. Paul Druckman (FEE): Accounting for Sustainability

 

13.00 – 14.00

 

Lunch

 

 

14.00 – 16.00

Parallel Sessions:

Parallel session A: (Measuring business benefits of CSR and sustainability) Room 3008

Parallel session B: (Sustainability and CSR reporting) Room 3005

Paralell session C: (Environmental Accounting at macro level) Room 69

16.00 – 16.30

Coffee

16.30 – 17.00

Plenary session (Briefing and discussion). Invitation to the XII. Eman conference in Prague

19.00 - 22.00

Conference dinner at the Hungarian Academy of Science

 

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

 

09.00 – 10.10.

Auditorium III.

Plenary session II. Chair: Prof. Donald Huisingh

Christine Jasch (Austria): EMA Micro Macro link -SEEA Revision Issues from a corporate accounting perspective

Martin Bennett(Great Britain): Positioning Sustainability in the Professional Accounting Curriculum

Maria Csutora : Measuring trade-off between sustainability issues: the policy-performance paradox

10.10 – 10.30.

Coffee break

10.30 –12.30

Parallel sessions

Parallel session D (EMA and CSR in practice) Room 3005
Parallel session E ( Challanges and Solutions in Environmental Accounting) Room 3008

12.30 – 13.15

Lunch

13.20 – 13.50

Closing session Room 3005

14.30 – 16.30

17.00 -

Optional Program: sightseeing

Optional program: wine tasting

 

 

Parallel sessions:

 

Parallel session A

Measuring business benefits of CSR and sustainability

Room 3008

Chair: Prof. Tuula Pohjola

1.

Sari Forsman-Hugg, Juha-Matti Katajajuuri, Johanna Mäkelä, Jaana Paananen, Inkeri Pesonen, Päivi Timonen

Stakeholder-driven CSR dimensions and criteria for food chains

2.

György Málovics, Izabella Szakálné Kanó, Szabolcs Imre

Stakeholders’ social and environmental expectations – preliminary results of an empirical study among Hungarian ISO 14001certified companies

3.

Réka Matolay, Á. Wimmer

Corporate Social and Business Performance

4.

Evelyn Erdélyi

What kind of business is Corporate Social Responsibility? A brief view of the Hungarian practices

5.

Hajnalka Ván

The benefit side of environmental activities on the balance sheet

Parallel session B

Sustainability and CSR reporting

Room 3005

Chair: Dr. Christine Jasch

1.

Iva Ritschelova, Egor Sidorov, Miroslav Hajek, Jiri Hrebicek

Corporate Environmental Reporting in the Czech Republic and its Relation to Environmental Accounting at Macro Level

2.

Robert Langford

Reporting on environmental issues in annual financial statements

3.

Andrea Madarasiné Szirmai

The True and Fair View of Financial Statements In the Light of Environmental Information

4.

Gábor Harangozó

Business benefits of good environmental performance: Experience from the Hungarian manufacturing sector

5.

Karen E.H. Maas

Social Impact Measurment: Towards a guideline for managers

6.

Amel Ben Rhouma

Environmental disclosure of the big French firms: Study of determinants

Parallel session C

Environmental Accounting at macro level

Room 69

Chair: Prof. Maryna Möhr-Swart

1.

Art Kovačič

Trade off and synergies among different parts of sustainable development

2.

Zsuzsanna Szerényi, Sándor Kerekes, Simon Milton, Szilvia Luda, Mária Tarnai, Zsuzsanna Flachner

Quantifying the social benefits of WFD: a Hungarian case study

3.

Zsuzsanna Marjainé Szerényi, Ágnes Zsóka, Judit Rákosi

Implementation of Water Framework Directive obligations in Hungary: estimating benefits of development activities in two pilot areas

4.

Zoltán Szabó

Evaluation of Biodiversity

5.

Anna Széchy

Impact Assessment in the EU: The Example of REACH

Parallel session D

EMA and CSR in Practice

Room 3005

Chair: Prof. Donald Huisingh

1.

Christian Herzig, Roger L. Burritt, Sven Bode

The Use of Environmental Management Accounting for Investment in and Control of ‘Clean Development Mechanism’ Projects

2.

CMA Ntui, HJ Annegarn, CJ Cooper

Environmental perception and practices: a dilemma in environmental sustainability accounting. A case study of coal mining communities in Witbank (South Africa)

3.

Thomas Heupel

The Change of Automotive Industry and derived impacts for component suppliers’ sustainability oriented  managerial accounting

4.

Ilona Obršálová, Marcela Kožená

An Environmental Protection at the Company-Level

5.

Tibor Kiss

Application of Sustainable and CSR principles in a Business Simulation

 

6.

Tiziano Costa Jordao, P. Hajek

The Implementation of the Accounting for Sustainability Project Decision-Making Model in Czech enterprises

Parallel session E

Challenges and Solutions in Environmental Accounting

Room 3008

Chair: Ágnes Zsóka Ph. D.

1.

Cosmas M. Ambe

Measuring Corporate Sustainability Performance: A South African Perspective

2.

Randy M. Mott

Extended Producer Responsibility: Implications Of The New Waste Framework Directive On Corporate Sustainability Policy And Programs

3.

Gyöngyi Vörösmarty, Tünde Tátrai, Imre Dobos

Sustainability in purchasing

4.

Simon Milton

CSR and The Strategic Management of Companies – growth in Consilience?

5.

Laura Sarolta Baritz

Exploring Relations between the human way of thinking and the economic order

6.

Noémi Nagypál

CSR of SMEs – challenges and potential solutions

Utolsó frissítés: 2018.10.19.