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					                                                 The 3rd World Business Ethics Forum
                                           Theme: ACE  Accountability, Credibility, & Ethicality
                                                                   26 – 28 October
                                                Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Taipa, Macao SAR
                                                          http://www.wbef.umac.mo


                                    Pre-Conference Events
Date: 26 October 2010 (Tuesday)
Venue : Adelson Advanced Education Centre, Venetian Macao, Cotai Taipa, Macao SAR
15:00 – 17:30   Pre-Conference Symposium
                Topic: Ethical Leadership
                Chair: Prof. Rico Lam
                        Department Head of Management & Marketing,
                        Faculty of Business Administration, University of Macau
                Speaker: Dr. Jian Liang
                         Antai College of Economics and Management,
                         Shanghai Jiao Tong University

                          Dr. Raymond Loi
                          Department Management & Marketing,
                          Faculty of Business Administration, University of Macau

                         Ms. Liu Yan
                         Department Management & Marketing,
                         Faculty of Business Administration, University of Macau
Date: 26 October 2010 (Tuesday)
Venue : Lobby Lounge, Grand Hyatt Macao, Cotai Taipa, Macao SAR
18:00 – 19:30   Cocktail Reception


Note: Pre-registration is available at both locations (Adelson Advanced Education Centre & Grant Hyatt).
                                  CONFERENCE PROGRAMME
                *The Conference Organiser reserves the right to change the contents of the programme without prior notice.


Day 1 : 27 October 2010 (Wednesday)
Venue : Peony and Jasmine Ballroom, Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Taipa, Macao SAR
8:30 - 9:00     Registration
9:00 – 10:30    Opening Ceremony
(Peony
Ballroom)       First Keynote Speech by
                Professor Hans van Ginkel,
                Chairman of the Kofi Annan Business School Foundation,
                Former Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations,
                Former Rector of the United Nations University,
                Former President of the International Association of Universities,
                Rector Emeritus of the University of Utrecht.


10:30 – 10:45   Coffee Break

10:45 – 12:15   Panel Session – Topic: "Ethics, Credit Crunch, Macao: How are these related?"
(Peony          Panel Moderator: Prof. Simon Shun Man Ho
Ballroom)                         Vice Rector of Academic Affairs, University of Macau
                Panelists: Mr. Grant Bowie, President of MGM Grand Paradise Limited
                            Mr. Charles Fung, Former President of ACCA. Hong Kong
                            Mr. Henry Brockman, Chairman of the British Business Association of
                            Macao, Former First Vice President and Branch Manager of CITIC Ka Wah
                            Bank Ltd, Macao Branch
                            Mr. Simon Lo, Business Strategy Specialist, Private Banking, Bank of China
                            (Macau Branch)

12:15 – 14:00   Lunch (Belcanção restaurant, Level 1, Four Seasons Hotel Macao)

14:00 – 15:30   Parallel Paper Presentation Session 1A – 1B
Professional    Accounting Session
Seminar         A Conceptual Framework Approach to Accounting Ethics by Charles Fung, Partner,
(Peony          PwC, Hong Kong
Ballroom)
Session 1A      Business Ethics I (Session Chair: Zhang Xu)
(Jasmine II)    1)A Phenomenological Study of the Sponsors’ Experience of Joining a Child Sponsorship
                Program by Gerard P. Prendergast, Hong Kong Baptist University (HK) and Hak-Wai
                Maggie Chan, Hong Kong Baptist University (HK)

                2)Towards Norms of International Business Behaviour by Simon Webley, Institute of
                Business Ethics (UK)

                3)Testing a Model of Tolerance towards Unethical Behavior amongst Employees of
                State-Owned Companies in China by Qing Tian, Macau University of Science and
                Technology (MO) and Juan I Sanchez, Florida International University (USA)

                4) Individual-Collectivism, Private Benefits of Control, And Earnings Management: A
                Cross-Country Comparison by Xu Zhang, University of Macau(MO) and Xing Liang,
                Shandong Institute of Business & Technology(China)
Session 1B      Corporate Social Responsibility I (Session Chair: Mary Pang)
(Jasmine III)   1)Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): Risks, Reaction And The Law In The Oil
                Producing Country Nigeria by Yusuf ESQ Abdul-Hamid Oba Yusuf, University Of
                Ilorin, Nigeria (Nigeria)

                2)Corporate Social Responsibility And Firm Performance: Before And After
                Environmental Disaster In Indonesia by Zuhrohtun, Universitas Pembangunan Nasional
                “Veteran” Yogyakarta (Indonesia)

                3)Social Responsibility of Governments and Corporations – Has the Pendulum Swung Too
                Far? by Monica Pheny, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (HK)

                4)Migrant Workers and CSR in China: the Case of Flextronics by Mary Pang,
                City University of Hong Kong (HK)

15:30 – 15:45   Coffee Break

15:45 – 17:15   Parallel Paper Presentation Session 2A – 2C
Session 2A      Ethics in Accounting I (Session Chair: Man-Kit Ludwig Chang)
(Peony          1)Accounting Supervision over Biased Reporting by John P. Wendell, University of
Ballroom)       Hawaii at Manoa (USA) and Joshua K. Cieslewicz, University of Hawaii at Manoa
                (USA)

                2)Auditor Independence and Aggregate Client Economics Importance: Evidence from
                China by Weizheng Yu, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics(China) and Jun
                Huang, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics(China) and Guihua Lu,
                Shanghai University of Finance and Economics(China)

                3)The Impact of Country-level vs Firm-level Factors on the Effectiveness of IFRS
                Adoption: the Case of European Union by Kanogporn Narktabtee,
                National Institute of Development Administration (Thailand) and Patpanichchot
                Suntaree, Chulalongkorn University, Thammasat University, and National Institute of
                Development Administration (Thailand)
Session 2B      Ethics and Social Responsibilities (Session Chair: Henry Fock)
(Jasmine II)    1)An Ethical Response to Climate Change by Geoffrey Lamberton, Southern Cross
                University(Australia)

                2)Mining and Stakeholder Engagement Discourse in a Papua New Guinea Mine by Kevin
                K. Kepore, Papua New Guinea Certified Practising Accountants (CPAPNG) (Papua New
                Guinea)

                3)Social Responsibility Climate as a Double-Edged Sword: How Employee-Perceived
                Social Responsibility Climate Shapes the Meaning of Their Voluntary Work? by Henry
                Fock, Hong Kong Baptist University(HK) and Frederick Yim, Hong Kong Baptist
                University(HK)

                4)Do Casinos Contribute to the Greater Good?: A Utilitarian Ethical Analysis of Casinos
                by Andrew Gustafson,Creighton University(USA)
Session 2C      Culture and Ethics (Session Chair: Michael J. Gift)
(Jasmine III)   1)Ethical Reasoning Differences between Chinese Managerial and Accounting
                Professionals by Guangyou Liu, Sun Yat-sen University(China) and Hong Ren, Sun
                Yat-sen University(China)

                2)Effects of Organizational Ethical Culture On The Ethical Decisions Of Tax Practitioners
                In Mainland China by William E. Shafer, Lingnan University (HK) and Richard S.
                Simmons, Lingnan University (HK)

                3)Cross-Cultural   Perceptions of Business Ethics: Evidence from the U.S. and China by
                 Michael J. Gift, University of Macau (MO) and Paul Gift, Pepperdine University(USA)
                 and Qinqin Zheng, Fudan University(China)

18:30 – 21:00    Conference Gala Dinner
(Grand Hall,
Level 4,         Second Keynote Speech by
Macao Tower      Professor Alex Michalos,
Convention       Editor in Chief, Journal of Business Ethics,
and              Director of of Institute for Social Research and Evaluation, University of Northern British
Entertainment    Columbia, Canada
Centre)

Day 2 : 28 October 2010 (Thursday)
Venue : Peony and Jasmine Ballroom, Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Taipa, Macao SAR
09:00 – 10:45   Parallel Paper Presentation Session 3A-3D
Session 3A      Ethics in Finance I (Session Chair: Lewis H.K. Tam)
(Peony I)       1)Reputational Penalties on Financial Markets to Induce Corporate Responsibility – The
                Case of US Illegal Insider Trading by Peter-Jan Engelen, Utrecht
                University(Netherlands)

                 2)A Longitudinal Case Study of Social Reporting in Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited by
                 Ataur Rahman Belal, Aston University(UK)

                 3)Do Investors Value a Firm’s Commitment to Social Activities? by Andres Guiral,
                 University of Alcala(Spain) and Waymond Rodgers, University of California(USA) and
                 Hiu Lam Choy, Drexel University(USA)
Session 3B       Business Ethics II (Session Chair: John Nowland)
(Peony II)       1)Ethical Aspects of Organizational Behaviour Through the Lens of Enterprise Resource
                 Planning by John Douglas Thomson, RMIT University(Australia) and Michael Segon,
                 RMIT University(Australia) and Chris Booth, RMIT University(Australia)

                 2)Director Ethics and Attendance at Board Meetings by John Nowland, City University
                 of Hong Kong (HK) and Stephen Gray

                 3)An examination of the influence of guanxi and xinyong (utilization of personal trust) on
                 negotiation outcome in China: an old friend approach by Thomas K.P. Leung, The Hong
                 Kong Polytechnic University(HK)

                 4)Strategies of Business Conflicts Resolution: the role of Business Ethics by Maxim
                 Storchevoy, St. Petersburg State University(Russia)
Session 3C       Ethics and Human Behavior (Session Chair: To be confirmed)
(Jasmine II)     1)Existential Reflections on Authentic Response to Punishment and Forgiveness of Injury:
                 Ressentiment, Rancor, Despair, and their Repression to the Unconscious by Neil
                 Remington Abramson, Simon Fraser University(Canada)

                 2)How Can We Manage to Be Happy? by John Hasselberg, St. John’s University (USA)

                 3)Business Students’ Cheating in Classroom and their Propensity to Cheat in the Real
                 World: A Study of Ethicality and Practicality in China by Zhenzhong Ma, University of
                 Windsor(Canada)

                 4)China Private Enterprises’ Philanthropic Behavior in Transitional Economy: A View of
                 Organizational Legitimacy by Tianli Feng, University of Electronic Science and
                 Technology of China(China) and Ringtian Jing, University of Electronic Science and
                 Technology of China(China) and Guofeng Wang, University of Electronic Science and
                 Technology of China(China)
Session 3D      Ethics in Marketing I (Session Chair: Joseph Sy-Changco)
(Jasmine III)   1)Cultural Quotient & Ethics in Relationship Marketing by Mark L. Bennion, Bowling
                Green State University (USA)

                2)The Ethics of Advertising: The Impact of Self-relevance of the Comparison Dimension
                and Social Comparison Orientation on Consumers’ Purchase Behavior by Connie Li,
                Hong Kong Baptist University(HK) and Gerard P. Prendergast, Hong Kong Baptist
                University(HK)

                3)How Ethical Is Ethical? The Role of Cultural Tightness-Looseness and the Perception of
                Attainability of Recovery in Consumer Complaint Behaviors by Connie Li, Hong Kong
                Baptist University(HK) and Henry Fock, Hong Kong Baptist University(HK)

10:45 – 11:00   Coffee Break

11:00 – 12:45   Parallel Paper Presentation Session 4A-4D
Session 4A      Ethics in Accounting II (Session Chair: William E. Shafer)
(Peony I)       1)Ethical Attitudes of Accountants in Brazil: Recent Evidence from a Student and
                Accountants Survey by Charles Stanley, Baylor University(USA) and Tatiane Antonovz
                Federal University of Parana (Brazil) and Marcia Maria dos Santos Bortolocci Espejo,
                Federal University of Parana (Brazil)

                2)Ethical Climate and Professional Commitment in an Asian Accounting Firm by William
                E. Shafer, Lingnan University(HK) and Margaret C. C. Poon, City University of Hong
                Kong(HK) and Dean Tjosvold, Lingnan University(HK)

                3)Chinese Auditors’ Views about Audit Independence and their Firms’ Ethical Values by
                Gordon Woodbine, Curtin University of Technology(Australia) and Ying Han Fan,
                Curtin University of Technology(Australia) and Glennda Scully, Curtin University of
                Technology(Australia)

                4)Trusting/Distrusting Auditors’ Opinion by Waymond Rodgers, University of
                California, Riverside(USA) and Andres Guiral-Contreras, University of California,
                Riverside(USA) and Jose A. Gonzalo-Angulo, University of California, Riverside(USA)
Session 4B      Corporate Social Responsibility II (Session Chair: Paul Gift)
(Peony II)      1)Corporate Social Responsibility-Performance – A Comparison Between Leading
                Austrian, German and Turkish Companies by Eva Wagner, Johannes Kepler University
                (Austria) and Yakup Selvi, Istanbul University(Turkey)

                2)Corporate Social Responsibility and Supplier Development by Peter K.C. Lee,
                The Hong Kong polytechnic University(HK) and T.C. Edwin Cheng, The Hong Kong
                polytechnic University(HK)

                3)Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics in Practice in Post-Socialist
                Countries of Europe – Rhetoric or Reality? by Hajnalka Csafor, Eszterhazy Karoly
                College(Hungary)

                4)Worker Discontent in Foreign Invested Enterprises in China: Implications for CSR by
                Monica Pheny, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University(HK) and Mark Williams, The
                Hong Kong Polytechnic University(HK)
Session 4C      Legal Aspects of Business Ethics (Session Chair: Harold Traver)
(Jasmine II)    1)Bribery And Corruption: A Comparative Study Between Australian And Malaysian
                Managers by Michael Segon, RMIT University(Australia) and Chris Booth, RMIT
                University(Australia)

                2)A Sociological Perspective on Corruption: A Comparative Analysis Corruption Using
                Social Control Theory by Harold Traver, Hong Kong Shue Yan University(HK)
                3)Global Corporate Compliance Effectiveness In Conjunction with Regulatory
                Requirements of Regional Governments by David S. Kung, University of La Verne(USA)
                and Harold Dyck, California State University, San Bernardino (USA) and Linda C.
                Gordon, University of La Verne(USA)

                4)Bribery, Corruption and Management in Vietnam by Michael Segon, RMIT
                University(Australia)
Session 4D      Business Ethics III (Session Chair: Joseph Sy-Changco)
(Jasmine III)   1)Effects of Moral Development on Employees’ Intent toward Various Responses to
                Wrongdoing by Heungsik Park, Chung-Ang University(South Korea) and Jimoon Lee,
                Yonsei University and Shi Young Lee, Chung-Ang University University(South Korea)

                2)Entrepreneurship Education and Social Justice: A Christian Approach by Wai-sum Siu,
                Hong Kong Baptist University(HK)

                3)The Role of Firm-specific Resources in the Relationship Between Corporate Sustainable
                Development on Organizational Performance: Evidence from China by Vincent Wing S.
                Chow, Hong Kong Baptist University(HK), Yang Chen, Hong Kong Baptist
                University(HK)

                4)Predicting Unethical Behaviors Test of an Augmented Theory of Planned Behavior by
                Ludwig Man-Kit Chang, Hong Kong Baptist University(HK)

12:45 – 14:00   Lunch (Belcanção restaurant, Level 1, Four Seasons Hotel Macao)

14:00 – 15:45   Parallel Paper Presentation Session 5A-5C
Session 5A      Leadership and Ethics (Session Chair: Julan Du)
(Peony I)       1)Ethical Decision-Making and Entrepreneurship: A Social Capital Approach by
                Wai-sum Siu, Hong Kong Baptist University(HK) and Shailendra Vyakarnam,
                Cambridge University(UK) and Yin M Myint, Cambridge University(UK) and Peter
                Heslam, Cambridge University(UK)

                2)Whose Voice Prevails in the Board Room? by Julan Du, Chinese University of Hong
                Kong (HK) and Benny Lui, Chinese University of Hong Kong (HK) and Oliver M. Rui,
                Chinese University of Hong Kong (HK)

                3)An Exploratory Investigation of Factors Affecting the Perception of a Leader’s Integrity
                by Gosling Mark, National Kaohsiung Hospitality College (Taiwan) and Heh Jason
                Huang, National Kaohsiung Hospitality College (Taiwan)

                4)Corporate Fraud and Managers’ Behavior: Evidence from the Press by Jeffrey Cohen,
                Boston College (USA) and Yuan Ding, China-Europe International Business School
                (CEIBS) (China) and Cédric Lesage, HEC (France) and Hervé Stolowy, HEC (France)
Session 5B      Ethics in Finance II (Session Chair: Jiatao Li)
(Peony II)      1)The Normalization of Deviant Organizational Practices: The Non-Performing Loans
                Problem in China by Jiatao Li, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HK)
                and Carmen K. Ng, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HK)

                2)Gender Diversity in Boardroom, Corporate Financial Performance and Social
                Performance by Chi-Jui Huang, National Taipei University (Taiwan) and Wei-Chieh
                Lai, National Taipei University (Taiwan)

                3)Corporate Social Responsibility and Earnings Management: Evidence from Asian
                Economies by Bert Scholtens, University of Groningen (Netherlands) and Feng-Ching
                Kang, National Chung Cheng University (Taiwan)

                4) Privacy Protection in the Age of Information Transparency: A Case of the Online
                Banking Service Providers by Humphry Hung, Hong Kong Polytechnic University(HK)
Session 5C      Ethics in Marketing II (Session Chair: Jun-Feng Tracy Zhang)
(Jasmine II)    1)The Roles of Justice and Customer Satisfaction in Customer Retention: A Lesson from
                Service Recovery by Yee-Man Noel Siu, Hong Kong Baptist University (HK), Jun-Feng
                Tracy Zhang, Hong Kong Baptist University (HK) and Cheuk-Ying Jackie Yau, Hong
                Kong Baptist University (HK)

                2)From Customers’ Point of View: Do the “Good” Companies Perform Better? by Bayu
                Sutikno, Universitas Gadjah Mada (Indonésia) and Julian Ming-Sung Cheng, National
                Central University (Taiwan)

                3)Combating Counterfeit Consumption with Hedonic vs. Utilitarian Promotion by
                Lawrence Lo, Hang Seng School of Commerce (HK) and Felix Tang, Hang Seng School
                of Commerce (HK)
Session 5D      Business Ethics IV (Session Chair: Gordon J. Kerr)
(Jasmine III)   1)Teaching Business Ethics to Asian Students – Strategies for Success by Gordon J. Kerr,
                University of Macau(Macau)

                2)Justice for the Organizations: Foundations of Ethical Stakeholder Management by
                Pedro Francés Gómez, Universidad de Granada(Spain) and María-Ángeles
                Arráez-Monllor, Universidad de Granada(Spain)

                3)Testing an Ethical Decision in Internet Piracy for College Students – A Comparative
                Study between Taiwan and China by Wei-Pang Wu, Kun Shan University (Taiwan) and
                Hui-Ling Yang, Shih Chien University Kaohsiung Campus (Taiwan)

15:45 – 16:00   Coffee Break

16:00 – 17:45   Parallel Paper Presentation Session 6A-6C
Session 6A      Business Ethics V (Session Chair: Man-Kit Ludwig Chang)
(Peony I)       1)Sustainable Development of Organizations and Persons: A Definition of Person
                Management as an Alternative to Current Conceptions by Marie-Noëlle Albert,
                University of Québec at Rimouski (UQAR) (Canada), Mounir Aguir, University of
                Québec at Rimouski (UQAR) (Canada) and Catherine Beaudry, University of Québec at
                Rimouski (UQAR) (Canada)

                2)Paradoxes of Intra-Organizational Corporate Volunteerism for Social Responsibility
                and Career Development in Hong Kong by Robin Stanley Snell, Lingnan University
                (HK) and Amy L. Y. Wong, Hong Kong Polytechnic University (HK)

                3)Does the Top Management Matter in the Development of Corporate Environmental
                Responsible Strategies? The Case of China by Jennifer W. M. Lai, The Hong Kong
                Polytechnic University (HK), Carlos W. H. Lo, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
                (HK) and Ricky Y. K. Chan, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (HK)

                4)Natural Environment, Business Ethics and Future-Generation Ethics by Daniel Arenas,
                ESADE-Universitat Ramon Llull (Spain) and Pablo Rodrigo, Adolfo Ibáñez University
                (Chile)
Session 6B      Ethics in Finance III (Session Chair: Lewis H. K. Tam)
(Peony II)      1)Earnings Management, Corporate Governance and Competition between Chinese A and
                B Share firms by Chang Chan, National Taipei University (Taiwan) and Hsiang-Lin
                Chih, National Taipei University (Taiwan)

                2)Corporate Social Performance, Innovation Intensity and their Impacts on Financial
                Performance: Evidence from Lending Decisions by Andres Guiral, University of Alcala
                (Spain)

                3)Mergers and Acquisitions, Corporate Governance and CEO Compensation by Chi-Jui
                Huang, National Taipei University (Taiwan) and Yong-Xun Chang, National Taipei
               University (Taiwan)

               4)Corporate Environmental Performance: Determinants and Financial Impacts by Lewis
               H.K. Tam, University of Macau (Macao)
Session 6C     Ethics in Accounting III (Session Chair: Desmond Yuen)
(Jasmine II)   1)Love of Money by Gordon Woodbine, Curtin University of Technology (Australia),
               Ying Han Fan, Curtin University of Technology (Australia) and Glennda Scully, Curtin
               University of Technology (Australia)

               2)Globalizing Accounting Ethics: A Comparison of US Accountants and Brazil
               Accountants by Charles Stanley, Baylor University (USA) and Tatiane Antonovz
               Tatiane, Federal University of Parana (Brazil)

               3)Corporate Social Performance, Firm Valuation, and Industrial Difference: Evidence
               from Hong Kong by Yan-Leung Cheung, Hong Kong Baptist University (HK), Kun
               Jiang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HK), Billy S. C. Mak, Hong
               Kong Baptist University (HK) and Weiqiang Tan, Hong Kong Baptist University (HK)

               4)The Influence Of Shareholder Structure Reform On The Disclosure Of Accounting
               Information by Desmond Yuen, University of Macau (Macao) and Morris Liu, Hong
               Kong Baptist University (HK)