MAN 761 CSR Research Seminar

The CSR Research Seminar is interesting for everyone who would like to gain a deeper insight into the topic of CSR as well as get active by contributing to actual research.

Being offered every semester, participants in this course learn to plan and execute a quantitative empirical study in the area of CSR research and report their results in the form of a research paper. This involves reviewing the relevant literature, defining the research gap, formulating research hypotheses, reporting the empirical study as well as the results, and discussing the results with regard to  their implications for research and managerial practice.

After participation in the course, students are able to plan and execute a quantitative empirical study, analyze the data, and interpret the findings.

If you would like to apply for this course, please fill in this Initiates file downloadform and send it to Opens window for sending emailMichael Verbücheln. The application period usually starts about one-two months before the beginning of the semester. You will find more information about the exact dates for the next application period on the website soon.

Short facts:
•    Frequency: every semester
•    Language: English
•    Paper: students collect and analyze own data and write a research paper
•    Prerequisite: successfull participation in CC 504
•    Precondition for writing a master thesis on CSR
•    The course is open to all Master in Management and Master Culture and Economy students

 

Schedule Fall 2017:

09/11/2017 - 13:45-15:15h - Kickoff (EW 169)
09/18/2017 - 13:45-15:15h - Interim Presentation (EW 169)
10/16/2017 - 13:45-17:00h - Data Analysis/Statistics Session I (L7, 3-5; 257 PC-Pool)
10/23/2017 - 13:45-17:00h - Data Analysis/Statistics Session II (L7, 3-5; 257 PC-Pool)
11/13/2017 - 13:45-15:15h - Introduction Peer Review Process (O 048)
20/11/2017 - 13:45-15:15h - Peer Review (EW 169)
11/27/2017 - 13:45-15:15h - Final Presentation (O 048)

If you have any questions regarding this seminar, please don't hesitate to contact Opens window for sending emailMichael Verbücheln