Friday, September 16th, 2005

I. Ethics and Economic Success: Redefining the Corporation

Chair: Alberto Martinelli (Professor of Political Science, University of Milan; Politeia)

James E. Post (Professor of Management, Boston University)

Redefining the Corporation: Stakeholders and Social Purpose

Stefano Zamagni (Professor of Economics, University of Bologna)

An Ethical Anchoring of CSR for the Post-tayloristic Epoch

Sybille Sachs (Professor of Business and Society, University of Zurich)

Implementing the Stakeholder View:

the Effects of Liberalization on Monopolist’s Stakeholder Interactions

Mario Zanone Poma (Chairman, NED Community, Milan)

Corporate Governance: the Role of Independent Directors

Michele Monti (Executive Director, Borsa Italiana S.p.A.)

Stock Exchanges, Stakeholders and Demutualization

Pier Paolo Baretta (Confederal Secretary, CISL, Rome)

CSR: a Positive Challenge for the Trade Unions


II. Managing Ethics in Business Organizations:

Special Focus on Information Technology Revolution and Business

Chair: Renzo Vanetti (CEO, SIA S.p.A.)

Deborah G. Johnson (Professor of Applied Ethics & Chair of the Department of Science,

Technology and Society, University of Virginia)

IT Systems and Business Ethics in a Global Economy

Fiorella De Cindio (Professor of Information Systems, University of Milan; CPSR)

Citizenship Rights in the Information Society

Bruno Lamborghini (Chairman, European IT Observatory)

Business Ethics in the Net Organizations


III. Corporate Citizenship

Chair: Edoardo Massaglia (Director, Corporate Identity, UniCredit)

Donna Wood (Professor of Business Ethics, University of Northern Iowa)

Transforming Business Citizenship:Experiments in Sustainable Capitalism

Antonio Gaudioso (Vice Secretary General, Cittadinanzattiva, Rome)

Stakeholder’s Role

Paolo Grillo (Director, Business and Public Affairs, Serono S.p.A.)

CSR and Biotech: a Challenge


Saturday, September 17th, 2005

IV. Ethical Values in Global Business

Chair: Maria Teresa Brassiolo (Chair, Transparency International Italia)

Jeanne M. Logsdon (Professor of Business Ethics, University of New Mexico)

Ethics in Global Business: Navigating the Terrain

Kathryn Gordon (Senior Economist, OECD, Paris)

Human Behaviour, the Nation State and Global Standards for Business Conduct

Michael Hopkins (Professor of Corporate Responsibility, Middlesex University, London)

Can CSR Pave the Way for Development?

Federica Ranghieri (Institute of Human Geography, University of Milan; Senior Consultant,

the World Bank)

Partnership for Climate: a Sustainability Assessment

Giuseppe Piras (Coordinator, Economic and Social Rights, Amnesty International Italia)

CSR: Voluntary Approaches or Shared Rules?

Roberto Zangrandi (CSR Manager, ENEL S.p.A.)

Emergence, Role and Challenges of the New Stakeholders

Gian Francesco Imperiali (Chairman and CEO, ABB S.p.A.)

Ethics, Governance, Reputation and Competitiveness



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Segreteria scientifica/Scientific secretary

Emilio D’Orazio, Simone de Colle, Paola Gallo, Nicola Pasini, Norberto Patrignani

Segreteria organizzativa / Conference organization

Annabella Mutarelli, Elena Costantino