Conference Papers

D. Matten (invited)
From integration to innovation – new ways to manage sustainability, Keynote, Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, Abu Dhabi, January 2014
D. Matten (invited)
The future of responsible business - challenges, opportunities and limitations, Keynote, Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, Abu Dhabi, January 2014
A. Crane, D. Matten, G. Palazzo, L. Spence
Contesting the value of the ‘Shared Value’ Concept, 24th International Association of Business and Society Conference (IABS), Portland/OR, June 2013
A. Crane, D. Matten, G. Palazzo, L. Spence (invited)
Contesting the value of the ‘Shared Value’ Concept, Sustainability in a Scandinavian Context Conference, Copenhagen Business School, June 2013
S. Buchanan, D. Matten
Why do companies engage in global governance? A multilevel institutional framework, JMS Paper Development Workshop, Copenhagen Business School, May 2013
D. Matten (invited)
The embrace of institutional theory by CSR scholarship: The kiss of death or happy-ever-after? Transatlantic Doctoral Academy (TADA), University of Toronto, February 2013

D. Matten (invited)
Building a New Institutional Infrastructure for CSR, Plenary Panelist, 5th International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility, Humboldt-University Berlin, October 2012

S. Buchanan, D. Matten
Agency and institutions at the global level: An institutional conceptualization of the political role of multinational corporations, 28th EGOS Colloquium, Helsinki, July 2012

D. Matten (invited)
International indigenous relations: The political role of the private business firm, Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business - Annual Conference, Toronto, April 2012

What Has the Occupy Movement Told Us About The Prospects for Business and Social Innovation in Canada?, AIESEC Conference, Toronto, March 2012

D. Matten (invited)
Transdisciplinary research in corporate sustainability: scholarly myth meets empirical demand Leuphana Sustainability Summit, Leuphana University, Lüneburg, Germany, March 2012
D. Matten (invited)
From integration to innovation – the decade ahead in CSR, Opening Keynote, Australian Centre for CSR 5th Annual Conference, Melbourne - February 2012

D. Matten (invited)
CSR, Ethics etc. – Why we need a new theory of the firm, 73. Jahrestagung des Verbandes der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft e.V., Kaiserslautern, Germany, June 2011
D. Matten (invited)
Corporate Citizenship – The private firm as a political actor, Canadian Business Ethics Network (CBERN) Annual Meeting 2011, Halifax, May 2011

D. Matten (invited)
Corporate Social Responsibility in India, Transatlantic Business Ethics Conference (TABEC), Toronto, October 2010

D. Matten (invited)
The political dimension of private corporations, The Role of Business in Global Governance, Concluding Workshop funded by DFG (German Research Foundation), Darmstadt, Germany, September 2010

D. Matten (invited)
Implicit and Explicit CSR, Corporate Responsibility in a Global Economy – Industries, Issues and Nation States, George Washington University, Washington D.C., September 2010

D. Matten
Business ethics for ‘barbarians’, Academy of Management Conference, August 2010, Montreal
D. Matten
Corporations and Citizenship in New Institutions of Global Governance, 1. Congreso Argentino de Gobernancia en las Organisaciones, UCEMA, Buenos Aires, June 2010

D. Matten (invited)
People governance and corporate citizenship, European People Governance Conference, EPEGON Foundation, Brussels, September 2009
D. Matten
The political nature of the corporation - or: Why management studies is ready for a second ‘Enrongate’, SASE (Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics) Conference, Paris, July 2009

D. Matten (invited)
Case Studies of Sustainable Universities, AACSB Sustainability Conference, July 2008, Salt Lake City

D. Matten, A. Crane, J. Moon
Corporations as governments, International Society for Business, Economics and Ethics, July 2008, Cape Town

D. Matten (invited)
CSR and Economic Development: is CSR Really a Priority, or Even Relevant?, Being Globally Responsible Conference 2008, June 2008, Shanghai

D. Matten (invited)
Which CSR concepts and models could be of relevance to China today?, EUCCC-CEIBS Conference ‘Responsible Competitiveness in China through CSR: from the concept to implementation’, June 2008, Shanghai

D. Matten (invited)
Germany and Europe: Meeting the ecological challenge! What is next on the sustainability agenda? – A response to Bachmann, DAAD Alumni Conference, May 2008, Montreal

D. Matten (invited)
‘Implicit’ and ‘Explicit’ CSR: Different means to the same end?, 3rd International CLPE Workshop, Osgoode Hall Law School, April 2008, Toronto
D. Matten, J. Moon, A. Crane
Corporations and the Re-Configuration of Global Citizenship, Annual Conference of the European Academy of Business in Society, September 2007, Barcelona

J.-P. Gond, D. Matten
Capturing the corporation-society interface: toward a pluralistic view of CSR, Academy of Management Conference, August 2007, Philadelphia

D. Matten (invited)
A US-Europe comparative perspective on CSR, The Global Bentley Business Ethics Symposium, June 2007, Universidad Pontificia Comillas (ICADE), Madrid

D. Matten (invited)
Shifting Modes of Business Responsibility in Europe, plenary keynote, Marie Curie Conference Series ‘The potential of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to support the implementation of the EU Sustainability Strategy’, June 2007, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, Milan

D. Matten, G. Palazzo (invited)
Unternehmensethik in Praxis, Forschung und Lehre - Status quo und zukünftige Perspektiven im internationalen Raum [Business ethics in research, industry and teaching – state of the art and future perspectives at the international level], Workshop ‘Unternehmensethik und Betriebswirtschaftslehre’ [Epistomology Division of the German Association of University Professor of Business, workshop on ‘Business Ethics and Management’], March 2007, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany

D. Matten (invited)
‘Implicit’ And ‘Explicit’ CSR: A Conceptual Framework For A Comparative Understanding Of Corporate Social Responsibility, An Exploratory Workshop on Research in Corporate Social Responsibility, January 2007, Yale University, New Haven

A. Crane, D. Matten, J. Moon
Corporations and Citizenship: From Unitary to Multiple Perspectives in Business-Society Relations, 2nd International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility, October 2006, Humboldt-University Berlin

L. Preuss, A. Haunschild, D. Matten
Organised labour and corporate social responsibility: union positions and strategies from across Europe, Herbsttagung der Kommission „Personal“ im Verband der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft e.V., September 2006, Essen, Germany
A. Crane, D. Matten, J. Moon
Redefining Corporate Responsibilities Through Ecological Citizenship, Academy of Management Conference, August 2006, Atlanta

A. Crane, D. Matten, J. Moon
Corporations and Citizenship: From Unitary to Multiple Perspectives in Business-Society Relations, Academy of Management Conference, August 2006, Atlanta
D. Matten
‘Implicit’ and ‘Explicit’ CSR: A conceptual framework for a comparative understanding of CSR, Annual Meeting of the Society for Business Ethics, August 2006, Atlanta

D. Matten, M. Pincham
Consumer-oriented offers of CSR information in the UK, Expert Workshop ‘Consumer-oriented offers of CSR information in the EU’, June 2006, Hannover, Germany

D. Matten (invited)
Writing for scholarly publication, PhD Workshop for researchers in CSR and sustainable business, May 2006, University of Leuven, Belgium

D. Matten, D. Tura (invited)
Turkish delight or Russian roulette? BP’s struggle for sustainability in the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline project, The Global Bentley Business Ethics Symposium, May 2006, Bentley College, Waltham/Mass

D. Matten (invited)
The ‘English Patient’, the Chinese Takeaway and a French Kiss - Some Recent Lessons from Mergers and Acquisitions in the British Car Industry in the Midlands, Corporate Accountability and Short-Term Influences in the Capital Markets: Examining Similarities and Differences in the U.S. and the U.K., April 2006, Chicago

A. Crane, D. Matten, J. Moon (invited)
Plenary Keynote ‘Corporations and Citizenship – An Asian Perspective’, CSR Agendas for Asia, April 2006, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

A. Crane, D. Matten (invited)
Corporations and Citizenship: New Perspectives on Corporate Power and Responsibility, Business Ethics, Social Integration and Corporate Citizenship, April 2006, Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo, Valencia, Spain

A. Crane, D. Matten, J. Moon
Corporations and Citizenship: New Perspectives on Corporate Power and Responsibility, 2006 International Association of Business and Society Conference (IABS), March 2006, Merida, Mexico

J. Muthuri, W. Chapple, J. Moon, D. Matten,
Evaluating “Community Participation” in Corporate Community Involvement Programmes, 2006 International Association of Business and Society Conference (IABS), March 2006, Merida, Mexico

D. Matten (invited)
Unternehmen als Bürger? Citizenship als Metapher fuer die gesellschaftliche Verortung des Unternehmen [Corporations as citizens? Citizenship as a metaphor for the societal locus of the corporation], ZIF Conference on Business Ethics, December 2005, Bielefeld, Germany
D. Matten, J. Moon (invited)
CSR in the United Kingdom, 3rd regional conference on business ethics of ALEES ‘Practising Ethics in Europe: Perspectives and Testimonials’, November 2005, Lyon, France

A. Crane, D. Matten (invited)
Citizenship and the corporation - new perspectives in business-society relations, ERIM Invitational Conference ‘New Frontiers in Management Research’, November 2005, Erasmus Institute of Management, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

L. Preuss, A. Haunschild, D. Matten
A German case study on works council involvement in CSR, Eurocadres Workshop, November 2005 Brussels, Belgium

D. Matten, J. Moon (invited)
‘Implicit’ and ‘Explicit’ CSR: A conceptual framework for understanding CSR in Europe, EABiS Workshop on Applied Fundamental Research, October 2005, Copenhagen Business School

D. Matten (invited)
Applied-Fundamental research in CSR: the view from management, panel address, EABIS research workshop ‘Broadening the scope of CSR research in Europe’, October 2005, Copenhagen Business School

D. Matten, J. Moon
‘Implicit’ and ‘Explicit’ CSR: A conceptual framework for understanding CSR in Europe, ADERSE International Conference on CSR, October 2005, University Jean Moulin Lyon 3, France

D. Matten (invited)
CSR als internationales Managementkonzept - Mehr als ein angelsaechsischer Modetrend? [CSR as international Management Idea – More than an anglo-saxon management fashion trend?], 20th Anniversary Conference of the Institute for Ecological Economics Research [IÖW], September 2005, Berlin

A. Crane, D. Matten, J. Moon (invited)
Corporations and Citizenship: Power and Responsibility Roles in New Governance, 3rd Symposium of the International Centre of Corporate Social Responsibility, September 2005, Nottingham

D. Matten (invited)
Corporate Responsibility for Innovation - A Citizenship Framework, Fall Conference: Business Ethics of Innovation, September 2005, Europäische Akademie, Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler, Germany

D. Matten (invited)
CSR in Germany – more than a management fashion? Seminar for former and current DAAD-Lektors in Britain and Ireland, September 2005, St Johns College, Oxford

D. Matten (invited)
Governance for corporate citizenship, keynote plenary, 3rd International Conference on Corporate Governance- ‘Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility, July 2005, Birmingham Business School

L. Preuss, A. Haunschild, D. Matten
CSR and the trade union movement, International Conference on Business Performance & CSR, Middlesex University, June 2005, London

D. Matten (invited)
Sustainability: Ethics, risk management and the triple bottom line, The Inaugural Bentley Global Business Ethics Symposium, May 2005, Bentley College, Waltham/Mass., USA

D. Matten,
A concept for a curriculum of CSR in Europe, Eurocadres Workshop, March 2005 Brussels, Belgium

D. Matten (invited)
Theoretische Grundlagen und Konzepte der Wirtschaftsethik, 10. Herbstakademie Wirtschafts- und Unternehmensethik, organized by EBEN-Germany, December 2004, Weingarten, Germany

D. Matten
Moving beyond Philanthropy in Partnerships: Multinational corporations and the management of HIV/AIDS in developing countries, 12th International Conference of the The Greening of Industry Network, November 2004, Hong Kong

D. Matten (invited)
Business Ethics in Europe, 1st Constance Academy of Business Ethics ‘Values Driven Corporate Governance’, September 2004, Constance, Germany
D. Matten (invited)
Keynote plenary ‘Corporations and citizenship’, Corporate Social Responsibility: Thought and Practice, Inaugural Conference of the Welsh Institute for Competitive Advantage and the Glamorgan Business Centre, September 2004, University of Glamorgan, Wales

D. Matten (invited)
CSR, codes and the multinational firm, Workshop ‘What Else Can We Do? A Code of Corporate Ethics for Global Business - …And How Companies Can Make It Happen’, Institute for Corporate Cultural Affairs (ICCA), September 2004, Frankfurt
A. Crane, D. Matten
Sustainability and the discourse of corporate citizenship, 2004 Academy of Management Conference, August 2004, New Orleans

D. Matten, J. Moon
‘Implicit’ and ‘Explicit’ CSR: A conceptual framework for understanding CSR in Europe, 20th EGOS Colloquium, July 2004, Ljubljana, Slovenia
I. Davies, A. Crane, D. Matten
Entrepreneurship and Discourse Ethics: Evidence from the Fair Trade Industry, European Business Ethics Network Annual Conference (EBEN), June 2004, Enschede, The Netherlands

D. Matten
Das Unternehmen als ’Bürger’? Corporate Citizenship zwischen Mode und Metapher, 66. Jahrestagung des Verbandes der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft e.V., June 2004, Graz, Austria

K. Bondy, D. Matten, J. Moon
The Adoption of Voluntary Codes of Conduct in MNCs -  A Three Countries Comparative Study, International Conference ‘Voluntary Codes of Conducts for Multinational Corporations: Promises and Challenges’, International Centre for Corporate Accountability (ICCA), Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, City University of New York, May 2004, New York
D. Matten (invited)
CSR Education in European Business Schools, Eurocadres Workshop, May 2004, Blankenberge, Belgium
M. Geppert, D. Matten,
Current Aspects of the Local-Global Dilemma in Multinational Corporations: The Contribution of Institutionalist Approaches, Jahrestagung der Kommission „Internationales Management“ im Verband der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft e.V., February 2004, Ludwigshafen
D. Matten, J. Moon (invited)
‘Implicit’ and ‘Explicit’ corporate social responsibility (CSR): A conceptual framework for understanding CSR in Europe, ‘CSR Discovery’: A Workshop with the 30 leading CSR Scholars in Europe, January 2004, Wildbad Kreuth, Germany

M. Geppert, D. Matten, K. Williams
Global, National and Local Practices in Multinational Corporations - Towards a Socio-political Framework, One-day seminar on the Diffusion of HRM to Europe and the Role of US Multinationals, December 2003, Cranfield School of Management

D. Matten
Stakeholder Democracy – An Introduction, 2nd Annual Symposium of the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility, November 2003, Nottingham

K. Williams, M. Geppert, D. Matten
Challenges for the German model of employee relations in the era of globalization, First International HRM Conference in Estonia ‘People Friendly Management’ November 2003, Tallinn, Estonia

D. Matten, A. Crane
Corporate Citizenship - Innovation towards Sustainable Corporations or Trojan Horse? 11th International Conference of the The Greening of Industry Network, October 2003, San Francisco

D. Matten, J. Moon
Societal Governance, Corporate Governance and the Governance of CSR in Europe, Managing on the Edge - Shifts in the Relationship between Responsibility, Governance and Sustainability, September 2003, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

D. Matten
Paper onManagement“ in the  Symposium „Discipline-based approaches to corporate social responsibility“, Corporate Social Responsibility Conference, September 2003, London Metropolitan University
K. Williams, M. Geppert, D. Matten
The German model of employee relations on trial: negotiated and unilaterally imposed change management approaches in German subsidiaries of MNCs, 13th IIRA World Congress, September 2003, Berlin

J. Moon, D. Matten (invited)
Launch of the Survey ‘CSR Education in European Business Schools’, 2nd Annual Conference of the European Academy of Business in Society, September 2003, Copenhagen

D. Matten, A. Crane
Stakeholder as citizens? Rethinking rights, participation, and democracy, European Business Ethics Network Annual Conference (EBEN), August 2003, Budapest

D. Matten, J. Moon
Corporate Social Responsibility in Europe - State-of-the-Art and Future Perspectives in a Globalizing Economy, 2003 Academy of Management Conference, August 2003, Seattle

A. Crane, D. Matten
Quantifying corporate social responsibility: questioning the assumptions, 2003 Academy of Management Conference, August 2003, Seattle

K. Williams, M. Geppert, D. Matten
The Limits to International Convergence in Multinational Companies (MNCs): An Investigation of the Effects of National Business System Factors on the Transfer of MNC Policies and Practices to their German Subsidiaries, 53rd British University’s Industrial Relations Association Conference (BUIRA), July 2003, Leeds

D. Matten, M. Geppert
Der Beitrag des europäischen und amerikanischen Institutionalismus’ für die Theorie der multinationalen Unternehmung - ‘National Business Systems’, ‘Transnational Social Space’ und Globalisierung, 65. Jahrestagung des Verbandes der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft e.V., June 2003, Zurich

A. Crane, D. Matten, J. Moon
Can corporations be citizens? Corporate citizenship as a metaphor for business participation in society, 2003 International Association of Business and Society Conference (IABS), June 2003, Rotterdam

M. Geppert, D. Matten
Global, National and Local Practices in Multinational Corporations – A Theoretical Framework, 3rd European Academy of Management Conference (EURAM), April 2003, Milan
D. Matten, M. Geppert
Strategic management in multinational corporations: National culture and national institutions in the globalization process, The 4th Annual International Business Research Forum ’From Markets to Partnerships and Hierarchies to Coalitions’, March 2003, Philadelphia

A. Crane, D. Matten
Shifting ties: Business Ethics and Stakeholders in the Era of Globalization, CSR in Asia Conference, March 2003, Kuala Lumpur

D. Matten, A. Crane (invited)
Corporate Citizenship – Solution or Problem? Inaugural Symposium of the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility, October 2002, Nottingham
D. Matten, A. Crane
Theorizing Corporate Citizenship, Organizing/Theorizing Employment Research Unit Conference, September 2002, Cardiff
D. Matten, A. Crane
Behind the Mask: Revealing the True Face of Corporate Citizenship, European Ethics Summit/EBEN Annual Conference, August 2002, Brussels

M. Geppert, D. Matten, K. Williams
Change Management in MNC: How Global Convergence Intertwines with National Diversities, 2001 Academy of Management Conference, August 2002, Denver

D. Matten, A. Crane
Corporate Citizenship in a Globalizing World: Corporations, Civil Rights and Democratic Accountability, 2001 Academy of Management Conference, August 2002, Denver
D. Matten, M. Geppert
Institutional Foundations of Manufacturing Strategies in Multinational Corporations - Evidence from Britain and Germany, 18th EGOS Colloquium, July 2002, Barcelona

D. Matten
Symbolic politics in environmental regulation: corporate strategic responses, 10th International Conference of the The Greening of Industry Network, June 2002, Gothenburg
D. Matten, M. Geppert
Strategic management in multinational corporations: National culture and national institutions in the globalization process: EISAM Workshop on International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management, April 2002, Växjö University, Sweden

M. Geppert, D. Matten, K. Williams
Change Management in MNC: How global convergence intertwines with national diversities, Research Conference “Management of Change in Multinational Companies: Global Challenges and National Effects”, November 2001, Berlin

D. Matten
Symbolic Politics in Environmental Regulation: Consequences for corporate strategies, Business and Environment Conference Wales 2001, October 2001, Cardiff

M. Geppert, K. Williams, D. Matten
The Social Construction of Change Management in MNCS: an Anglo-German Comparison, ESRI Thematic Research Workshop on Changing Contextual Constructions of Economic Rationality, September 2001, Portoroz, Slovenia
D. Matten
Symbolic Uses of Governmental Politics: Do Illusions Matter to Companies?, 2001 Academy of Management Conference, August 2001, Washington D.C.

M. Geppert, K. Williams, D. Matten
The Social Construction of Change Management in Multinational Companies: An Anglo-German Comparison, 17th EGOS Colloquium, July 2001, Lyon

D. Matten
Umweltmanagement und Globalisierung – Konzeptionelle Überlegungen aus betriebswirtschaftlicher Sicht [Corporate Environmental Management in a Globalized Economy: A Conceptual Framework], 63. Jahrestagung des Verbandes der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft e.V., June 2001, Freiburg, Germany

M. Geppert, K. Williams, D. Matten
The Design of Work Systems in National Subsidiaries of Multinational Companies: Globalisation, National Institutions and Managerial Choice, 1st European Academy of Management Conference (EURAM), April 2001, Barcelona

D. Matten (invited)
Environmental Politics & Regulation in the New Millenium - Current Trends and Corporate Responses, Korea-World Bank Environmental Forum, February 2001, Cheju-Do, South Korea

D. Matten
15 years of ‘Risk Society‘ – Implications and Challenges for a Globalizing Economy, 9th International Conference of the The Greening of Industry Network, January 2001, Bangkok
D. Matten
Stakeholder Collaboration in Corporate Environmental Management - An Interdisciplinary Theoretical Approach, 2000 Academy of Management Conference, August 2000, Toronto

S.K. Townsend, J. Probert, D. Matten
An analysis of the forthcoming EU Directive on waste electrical and electronic equipment and it’s implications for the IT industry in South Wales, 9th Annual Business Strategy and the Environment Conference, September 2000, Leeds

D. Matten
From Greening of Industry to Sustainable Development – towards a Second Research Agenda in Corporate Environmental Management Research, 1st International Critical Management Studies Conference, July 1999, Manchester

D. Matten
Approaches of New Institutional Economics as a Theoretical Basis for Managing Firm-Stakeholder Relations, 8th International Conference of The Greening of Industry Network, November 1999, Chapel Hill

D. Matten
Management ökologischer Unternehmensrisiken - Eine Konzeption der proaktiven Krisenprävention [Management of corporate environmental risk - A a tool of proactive crisis prevention], International Scientific Symposium on Management and Development MER '98, May 1998, Portoroz, Slovenia

D. Matten
Enforcing Sustainable Development by Legislation: Entrepreneurial Consequences of the New German Waste Management Act, 2nd Asia Pacific Conference on Sustainable Energy and Environmental Technology, June 1998, Gold Coast, Australia

D. Matten
The Reception of Sustainable Development by Industry - The Inflation of a Concept?, 2nd Asia Pacific Conference on Sustainable Energy and Environmental Technology, June 1998, Gold Coast, Australia

D. Matten (invited)
The Consequences of Current German Legislation for Solid Waste Management, Environ­ment '97 - First International Conference and Trade Fair on Environmental Mana­gement & Technologies, February 1997, Cairo

D. Matten
The Reception of Sustainable Development by Industry - The Inflation of a Concept?, International Sustainable Development Research Conference, April 1997, Manchester

D. Matten
Approaches of New Institutional Economics as Theoretical Basis of Entrepreneurial Risk Management, Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis (Europe), June 1997, Stockholm
D. Matten
Current Trends in European Waste Management Legislation - The Example of the New German Waste Management Act, First International Conference on Environmental Restoration, July 1997, Ljubljana

D. Matten
Social, cultural and political Implications of Risk Management, Two-day Interactive Executive's Conference The Challenges of Responsible Good Risk Management Practices, October 1997, Brussels. Organiser: The Weinberg Group LLC, Brussels & Washington/DC

D. Matten
Stakeholder Collaboration by Corporate Commitment to Sustainable Development - A Public Relations Affair or a Substantial Step Towards Ecological Improvement?, 6th International Conference of The Greening of Industry Network, November 1997, Santa Barbara

D. Matten
The Codification of Sustainable Development in the New German "Closed Substance Cycle and Waste Management Act": Consequences for Environmental Management, International Sustainable Development Research Conference, March 1996, Manchester
D. Matten
Sustainable Development in Modern Societies: The Impact of the New German Waste Management Act on Entrepreneurial Environmental Risk Management, Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis (Europe), 1996, Guildford

D. Matten (invited)
Moral im Unternehmen: Philosophische Zierleiste oder knappe Ressource? [Morality within the firm - philosophic decoration or scarce resource?], Expert Seminar Corporate ethical commitment of the Gesellschaft zur Förderung von Wirtschaftswissenschaften und Ethik e.V., Nov 1996 Friedrichroda, Germany

D. Matten
Environmental Risk Management in Commercial Enterprises, Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis (Europe), May 1995, Ludwigsburg
D. Matten
Environmental Risk Management in Commercial Enterprises - A German Perspective, 3rd Annual Business Strategy and the Environment Conference, Sept 1994, Nottingham

D. Matten (invited)
Das Management ökologischer Risiken als Konzeption einer nachhaltigen Unternehmensentwicklung [Management of environmental risks as a concept of sustainable corporate development], academic seminar ‚Im Namen der Zukunft - Politische Wege in die Nachhaltigkeit’, December 1993, Schloß Velen, Germany