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OMT Global PDW on "Doing Research Around the World"

  • 1.  OMT Global PDW on "Doing Research Around the World"

    Posted 28 days ago
    Edited by Dalhia Mani 27 days ago

    Title: OMT Global PDW on ‘Doing Organizational Research Around the World’

    Date: 8th August Saturday, Time Block A [6.00 a.m. to 10 a.m. EDT]. Exact timings will be announced once AOM allots us the specific timings within this time block.

    Where: Virtual Session

    Extended Application Deadline: June 30, 2020, submit 4000 word research abstract to aomomtglobal@gmail.com

    The Organization & Management Theory Division is hosting the “Global PDW” titled “Doing Organizational Research Around the World”. Participants will interact with scholars who are editors of top journals and who have successfully conducted organizational research using data from around the world including Africa, Latin America, Europe, China, India, Israel, and Russia. The participants will get a chance to get individual feedback on their research. The mentors for the workshop this year include the following faculty:

     

    Name

    University

    1

    Christina Ahmadjian

    Hitotsubashi U

    2

    Brandy Aven

    Carnegie Mellon U

    3

    Chi-nien Chung

    National University of Singapore

    4

    Vibha Gaba

    INSEAD

    5

    Henrich Greve

    INSEAD

    6

    Yujin Jeong

    American U

    7

    Rajiv Kozhikode

    Simon Fraser U

    8

    Rekha Krishnan

    Simon Fraser U

    9

    Seok-Woo Kwon

    Calgary

    10

    Jordan Siegel

    U Michigan

    11

    Tal Simons

    Erasmus U

    12

    Andrew Spicer

    U South Carolina

    13

    Jochem Kroezen

    Cambridge

    14

    Christopher Yenkey

    U South Carolina

    15

    Anna Kim

    McGill

    16

    Olga Hawn

    UNC

     

    Submission Guidelines: If you have research that uses a setting outside North America, and your research focuses on organization and management theory related topics, we encourage you to apply. To facilitate close personal engagement and feedback from the mentors, space for this consortium is limited and participation is by application only. Applications consist of a research abstract of an unpublished study based in a setting outside North America. The research abstract should not exceed 4000 words (this word count includes all text in the charts, graphs, diagrams, etc. and references). Please be sure to include a clear description that summarizes the research question, findings, and theoretical and substantive contribution. Please send your abstract to aomomtglobal@gmail.com by June 30th 2020. AOM Registration is required to attend this session, and scholarships are available to help pay the registration fees. Please mention in your email if you would like to avail of these scholarships.

    Dalhia Mani (IIMB) and Pablo Martin de Holan (HEC Paris), OMT Reps-at-Large


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    Dalhia Mani
    Associate Professor
    Entrepreneurship Area
    Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
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