Call for contributions

“New Business Models for Sustainable Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Transformation”


4th International Conference on New Business Models

ESCP Europe Berlin
1-3 July 2019, Berlin, Germany


Background

 

After another successful edition of NBM @ Sofia 2018, we are thrilled to announce the NBM @ Berlin 2019 conference under the topic of “New Business Models for Sustainable Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Transformation”. The conference will take place at ESCP Europe Business School in Berlin, Germany, from July 1st to July 3rd 2019.

Authors are invited to submit their extended paper abstracts of 700-1200 words, short papers of approx. 2500 words, or full papers of up to 6,000 words by 1st of February 2019 through the registration and submission link. Accepted contributions must be revised and resubmitted until 20th of May 2019. All accepted and timely submitted contributions will be referenced in the conference proceedings, using a 250-word summary, respectively abstract in the case of full papers. Contributions must be submitted to one of the proposed sessions (see below).

Download the call for contributions here.
Find more information on the submission guidelines here.

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Sessions

Session 1 : “Business models for a circular economy”
Chairs: Jan Jonker and Niels Faber   read more

Session 2:  “New business models, sustainable development, and corporate strategic management”
Chairs: Romana Rauter, Yuliya Snihur, and Christian Nielsen   read more

Session 3: “Social Entrepreneurship as a transformative force towards sustainability
Chairs: Nikolay Dentchev, Philippe Eiselein, and Abel Diaz Gonzalez   read more

Session  4: “Circular communication in a circular economy: how social media communication shapes sustainable business models”
Chairs: Deike Schulz and Niels Faber   read more

Session 5:  “New business models for sustainable entrepreneurship”
Chairs:  René Mauer, Matthew Johnson, and Stefan Schaltegger  read more

Session 6:  “Open Innovation Enabled by Emerging Technologies: What are the Implications for New Business Models?”
Chairs: Maya Hoveskog, Emma Incze, Fawzi Halila, Markus Raatikainen, Stephen Davies, and Antony Upward   read more

Session 7:  “New business models for sustainability transition”
Chairs: Jan Jonker   read more

Session 8: “Insights on business models from young academics”
Chairs: Ana Paula Barquet   read more

Session 9: “Practitioner session: The challenges of transitions towards more sustainable business”
Chair: tbd.   read more