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Searching for sustainble solutions for the crisis, purpose of the 21st Conferece Eben-Spain

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Searching for sustainble solutions for the crisis, purpose of the 21st Conferece Eben-Spain

Madrid, May 16, 2013. More than one hundred experts from around the world will meet in the 21st Conference Eben-Spain on June 19-20th. Building trust: ethic institutions and proposals for sustainable companies.

The Conference has been consolidated has a reference point in the field; this edition seeks to find practical solutions for the current crisis: “In a crucial moment as the one we are going through, it is more important than ever to join visions and strength to re-build the trust that crisis has taken away. We need sustainability and ethics to be an important element for companies’ strategy and from the academic institutions we need to provide with pragmatic answers to the crisis” stated José Luis Fernández, Director at the Cátedra de Ética Económica y Empresarial at the Comillas University, and who is responsible for the Conference organization.

Some of the participants of the 21st Conference Eben-Spain are: Steve Young, Global Director of Caux Round Table; Miguel Ángel García, CSR Director at the Spanish Ministry of Employment; Juan José Almagro, DIRSE President; Alberto Urtiaga, Honour President at Forética; Domingo Sugranyes Bickel, President at Fondazione Centesimus Annus-Pro Pontifice; Joan Fontrodona, President of Eben-Spain; Antonio Argandoña, Director Cátedra “la Caixa” CSR and Corporate Government; as well as professors from different universities, and Directors from sponsoring companies like Telefónica, BBVA, Ernds & Young.

The Spanish Infanta, Mrs. Elena de Borbón y Grecia, will be at the The Honors Committee and the Minister of Employment and Social Security, Ms. Fátima Báñez García, both former students of Comillas University.

Apart from the conferences, there will be seventy-five scholars presenting a total of thirty-five communications which will be subsequently published by the Cátedra de Ética Económica y Empresarial of the Comillas University.

 The Conference will take place at the Universidad Pontificia Comillas, located in Alberto Aguilera, 23 Madrid.