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PDW on Movements and Markets - Get Feedback on Your Social Movements and Markets Projects

  • 1.  PDW on Movements and Markets - Get Feedback on Your Social Movements and Markets Projects

    Posted 16 days ago

    We are currently accepting submissions to our 8th annual AOM PDW on Movements and Markets (formerly known as the Social Movements, Stakeholders, and Nonmarket Strategy PDW) on Saturday, August 10th from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm at the Fairmont Hotel (Gold Room).

    This year's theme continues with our emphasis on impact as we focus on the reciprocal influences between movements, markets, and scholars. Our goal is to recognize the influence of scholarly work on social movements and broader society and to foster a more inclusive and responsible engagement with the communities we study.

    Similar to prior years, we'll begin with an expert panel and discussion followed by a networking session that all are welcome to attend, no submission or registration is required. The final portion of the program is our research roundtables. These are a great opportunity to get the feedback you need: anything from vetting an idea for a new research project to hammering out details on a finished manuscript. The roundtables are open to all levels of scholarship – in the past, we've had participants just starting their PhDs, full professors, and everyone in between.

    To apply for the research roundtables, please submit an up to 3 page (about 1,000 words) summary of a new research idea or current research project to be explored with the discussants and other participants by July 12th. Please submit here – if you have any questions, please email Jun Byun at JByun@iese.edu.

    Please share this invitation with any colleagues or doctoral students who may be interested. Thanks and we hope to see you there! 

    Best wishes,

    Junhyung Byun, IESE Business School
    Hannah Grubbs, University of Oregon 
    Jocelyn M. Leitzinger, University of Illinois Chicago 
    Felipe Massa, University of Vermont, Grossman School of Business


    MOVEMENTS AND MARKETS (session 11904)
    Saturday, August 10th, 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
    Fairmont Hotel, Gold Room

    Speaker Panel and Q&A Session
    8:00 am – 10:00 am

    Discussant
    Brayden King, Northwestern University

    Panelists
    Samer Abdelnour, University of Edinburgh Business School
    David Crockett, University of Illinois Chicago
    Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Cambridge Judge Business School
    Farah Kodeih, IESEG School of Management
    Ryann Elizabeth Manning, University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management

    Networking Break
    10:00 am - 10:30 am

    Research Roundtables
    10:30 am - 12:00 pm

    Tentative table topics include:

    • Activism on Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI)
    • Social Movements & Non-Market Strategy
    • Environmental Movements and Green Initiatives/Sustainability
    • Forms of Social Movement Organizing
    • Activism and the Corporation
    • Technology & Collective Action
    • Microfoundations of Movements
    • Cultural and Artistic Movements
    • Internal Movements and Organizational Change
    • Ethical Consumption and Consumer Activism
    • Social Movements and Moral Markets

    Table discussants include the organizers, members of our speaker panel, and:

    Elisa Alt (King's College London)
    Michael Barnett (Rutgers University)
    Edward Carberry (University of Massachusetts, Boston)
    W. Chad Carlos (BYU Marriott School of Business)
    Rashedur Chowdhury (University of Essex)
    Robert J. David (McGill University)
    Panikos G. Georgallis (University of Amsterdam)
    Abhinav Gupta (University of Washington, Seattle)
    Tim Hargrave (Central Washington University)
    Shon R. Hiatt (University of Southern California)
    Brayden G. King (Northwestern University)
    Brandon H. Lee (Melbourne Business School)
    Ben William Lewis (Brigham Young University)
    Michael Lounsbury (University of Alberta)
    Johanna Mair (Hertie School of Governance)
    Jo-Ellen Pozner (Santa Clara University)
    Wesley Sine (Cornell University)
    Ion B. Vasi (University of Iowa)
    Daniel Waeger (Wilfrid Laurier University)
    Klaus Weber (Northwestern University)

    Participants are invited to submit their short papers (about 3 pages or 1000 words) through the provided link by July 12th: Submission Link. Should you have any questions about the proposal submission process, please reach out to Jun Byun at JByun@iese.edu.



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    Hannah Grubbs
    University of Oregon
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