31 July 2021
Our special issue addresses negotiations of the relationship between business and faith, spirituality and religion in the contemporary world considering perspectives from different religions like Christianity, Islam, Judaism and others (Neal, 2013). In the last two decades, research on faith, spirituality and religion at work has developed as a distinct research area with particular strands focusing on management and leadership, on human resources management, corporate governance, business ethics, or entrepreneurship.
Our special issue examines the topic of business and faith, spirituality and religion in the contemporary world from the perspective of various disciplines, such as business administration, theology, sociology, psychology, economics and ethics. Depending on the quality and number of submissions, we plan either a single or a double issue.
Prof. Dr. Dorothea Alewell, Chair for Human Resource Management, University Hamburg,
Dr. Tobias Brügger, Center for Religion, Economy and Politics (ZRWP) & UFSP Digital Religion, University Zürich,
Prof. Dr. Birgit Feldbauer-Durstmüller, Institute for Controlling & Consulting, University Linz,
Prof. Dr. Katja Rost, Institute of Sociology & UFSP Digital Religion, University Zürich,
Prof. Dr. Peter Wirtz, Professor of Corporate Finance and Governance, University Jean Moulin (Lyon 3),
Please submit manuscripts to Management revue – Socio-Economic Studies (MREV) by July 31, 2021 (https://www.mrev.nomos.de/) under the keyword “Special issue: Religion, spirituality and faith in a secular business world“.
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