One of the aims of ABEN is to stimulate research in Business Ethics in our Australasian Network. Currently, there are two funding schemes to support the research efforts of ABEN members.
The Jan Schapper Scholarship in Critical Business Ethics was founded in 2015 to provide encouragement and support for a PhD student, earlier career researchers, or other worthy recipient, to participate and present research that develops a critical approach to business ethics at the ABEN annual meeting. The initiative is being supported by Michelle Greenwood (Monash University), Campbell Jones (University of Auckland) and Carl Rhodes (University of Technology Sydney). We acknowledge the generous and thoughtful contribution from the Critical Management Studies division of the Academy of Management and several individual donors.
If you would like to be considered for the Jan Schapper scholarship, please indicate this when registering for the next Annual ABEN conference. Eligible participants should submit a full paper by the submission deadline stated in the Call for papers for the upcoming conference.
Thanks to the generous support by the Ecstra foundation, ABEN is offering up to $10,000 scholarship, in the form of either two research grants of AU$5,000 or one $10,000 depending on the quality and scope of the project/s for research into ethical decision making in financial markets. The purpose of this scheme is to stimulate research in this area, particularly amongst scholars able to bring sound ethical perspectives to bear on issues of practical concern in finance.
For current grant calls and submission deadlines, please visit the Ecstra grants page following the menu button on the left.