Calls for papers

Articulating the Alternatives: Writing Development Through Critical Friendship

Last updated, 17 Dec 2014
Additional info: 
9th International Critical Management Studies Conference, Doctoral Workshop 7th July 2015
Location: 
University of Leicester, UK
Deadline: 
31/01/2015

This workshop, which takes place the day before the full CMS2015 conference begins, is designed to support PhD students in critical management studies to draw out and develop the implications and contributions of their work.

Institutional resistance, war of positions and power maintenance

Last updated, 26 Sep 2014
Additional info: 
Conference stream at the European Academy of Management
Location: 
Warsaw
Deadline: 
13/01/2015
Call for papers pdf: 

Corresponding proponents:

Edoardo Mollona - University of Bologna - edoardo.mollona@unibo.it

Luigi Maria Sicca - University of Naples, Federico II - lumsicca@unina.it

 

Organizational Working Time Regimes: Exploring Dynamics of Persistence and Change

Last updated, 20 Oct 2015
Additional info: 
Sub-stream @ EGOS 2016
Location: 
Naples
Deadline: 
11/01/2015

Sub-theme 21: Organizational Working Time Regimes: Exploring Dynamics of Persistence and Change

Convenors:
Georg Schreyögg, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, & University of Graz, Austria

The 9th International Conference in Critical Management Studies - Is there an alternative? Management after critique

Last updated, 26 May 2014
Additional info: 
CALL FOR SUB-THEME PROPOSALS
Location: 
University of Leicester, the UK
Deadline: 
01/09/2014

IS THERE AN ALTERNATIVE? MANAGEMENT AFTER CRITIQUE

University of Leicester

8-10 July 2015

CALL FOR SUB-THEME PROPOSALS

 

The Third Sector, the State and the Market: challenges and opportunities in an era of austerity

Last updated, 21 Jul 2014
Additional info: 
Call for papers for symposium
Location: 
Sheffield Hallam University
Deadline: 
21/08/2014
We are seeking contributions to a forthcoming symposium being hosted by Sheffield Hallam University (SHU).  Organised by an interdisciplinary team of academics and students from SHU, the symposium, which is free to attend, will chaired by Kevin Curley CBE, the former chief executive of the Nati

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