Präsentationen

Börzel, Tanja (2012). Von der Selbstverpflichtung zur Unternehmenspraxis. Multinationale Bergbauunternehmen und freiwillige Sicherheitsstandards in der Demokratischen Republik Kongo. Münchner Centrum für Governance-Forschung, LMU München, 8.Februar, München.

Börzel, Tanja A./Hönke, Jana (2011):Tansnational private regulation in the areas of environment, security, social and labour rights: Theoretical approaches and empirical studies, Workshop, 28-29 January, Berlin.

Börzel, Tanja A. (2011):  Freund oder Feind? Der Beitrag von Unternehmen zu Governance in Räumen begrenzter Staatlichkeit, Dreiländertagung der DVPW, SVPW und ÖVPW , 13 January, Basel.

Hönke, Jana (2011). A Research Agenda on Multinational Companies, Commercialisation and Security, Private Security Workshop, October 8, University of Ottawa.

Hönke, Jana (2011). The politics of the governed: Company community policies and local repertoires of action, European African Studies Conference, June 15-18, Uppsala.

Hönke, Jana (2011). Governance For and Against Whom? Business contributions to collective goods and bads in Sub-Saharan Africa, Governance in Areas of Limited Statehood: By Whom, for Whom, and to What Effect? Conference, May 26-28, Research Centre 700 and Freie Universität Berlin.

Börzel, Tanja A. (2010): Governance without a State - Can it Work? UCT, Graduate School of Business, 5 November, Cape Town.

Börzel, Tanja A./Hönke, Jana (2010): From Compliance to Practice: Mining Companies and the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights in the Democratic Republic of Congo, paper presented at the APSA 2010, 2-5 September, Washington.

Hönke, Jana (2010) Co-existing 'cultures', contradictory practices: Multinational companies and transnationalised security governance in Africa, talk at School of Oriental and African Studies, 3 December 2010, London.

Hönke, Jana (2010). Business and Governance Research Going Local, presentation at the workshop “The Role of Business in Global Governance”, 16-17 September 2010, Hessische Stiftung Friedens- und Konfliktforschung, Frankfurt.