GRONEN 2022 Research Conference

‘Sustainability in context’

May 31 to June 2, 2022

Amsterdam Business School  – physical event


GRONEN conferences aim to advance relevant and strong research and to encourage innovative thinking on organizations and the natural environment. We look forward to seeing you in Amsterdam, as we honor the past to deliver a better future by exploring ‘sustainability in context’! While monitoring the developments regarding the covid-19 pandemic, we are currently planning for a mainly in-person conference to take place in Amsterdam.

Please find more details here. 


The electronic submission system:

. The selection process, notification of authors, and registration of participants will follow the schedule below:

  • January 7, 2022 Submission system opens
  • January 27, 2022 Deadline for submissions
  • March 15, 2022 Notification of acceptance
  • April 30, 2022 Deadline for registration
  • May 30, 2022 Doctoral Consortium & Get together
  • May 31- June 2 , 2022 GRONEN Research Conference


Amsterdam Business School (ABS) is a triple-crown accredited school which aims to stimulate an entrepreneurial and innovative attitude and to develop a responsible, sustainable and analytic mindset in faculty and students alike.  Around 60 ABS scholars focus on a broad range of topics related to ethics, responsibility and sustainability, and these themes have been an integral part of the strategy and programs of the school since its creation. The school is a signatory and active member of the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRMI) and affiliated with several initiatives such as the Global Reporting Initiative and the Network of Business Sustainability. It further promotes sustainability research through the small grants and events platform, A Sustainable Future (ASF). More information on ethics, responsibility, and sustainability programs, initiatives and ABS researchers active in these areas can be found here.

ABS is part of the University of Amsterdam, which is a globally leading interdisciplinary university founded in 1632. With over 41,000 students, it is the largest university in the Netherlands. Within the university, ABS is part of the Faculty of Economics and Business, which celebrates its 100th year anniversary in 2022. A short history of the faculty, covering developments across five generations of professors over the course of a century is available here.


Panikos Georgallis

Arno Kourula

Siri Boe-Lillegraven

Ans Kolk

Willemijn van Dolen

Pushpika Vishwanathan