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Call for participation: 2024 OMT Global Research Consortium Doing Organizational Research Around the World

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    2024 OMT Global Research Consortium

    Doing Organizational Research Around the World

    Academy of Management Annual Meeting

    Organizers:

    Shubha Patvardhan, Indian Institute of Management-Bangalore

    Andrea M. Prado, INCAE Business School

    Application Deadline: April 30, 2024

    Call for Proposals

    We are pleased to announce that the Organization and Management Theory (OMT) division will once again hold its Global Research Consortium as part of the Academy of Management (AOM) Annual Meeting. This consortium is tentatively scheduled to be held on Saturday, August 10. The consortium will be in person in Chicago, USA.

    This consortium is a forum for organizational scholars studying under-represented non-western settings across domains (micro/macro) and fields (organization theory, strategic management, organizational behavior, entrepreneurship, and so on). It includes showcase presentations, feedback sessions, and panel discussions on topics such as developing organizational scholarship using global settings, mentoring for research based in international contexts, and strategies for overcoming challenges and exploiting opportunities for high-quality organizational research using diverse settings.

    Scholars at all stages of academic careers are invited to apply. We particularly welcome scholars who would like to conduct or expand their research to under-represented non-western regions of the world.

    The consortium will include:

    1. Showcase presentations on global research
    2. Roundtable discussions and feedback on research proposals
    3. Networking opportunities with peers and faculty mentors

    This year's faculty mentors offer diverse scholarly and geographic perspectives and experience with the challenges of conducting research around the world. Many have been editors for leading journals, won research and teaching awards, and published high-quality research in international settings. Faculty mentors include:

    1.      Jordan Siegel (University of Michigan)

    2.      Anca Metiu (ESSEC Business School)

    3.      Markus Taussig (Rutgers Business School)

    4.      Yujin Jeong (American University)

    5.      Andrew Spicer (University of South Carolina)

    6.      Shaz Ansari (Cambridge Judge Business School)

    7.      Leena Kinger Hans (Indian School of Business Hyderabad)

    8.      Diego Coraiola (Gustavson School of Business, University of Victoria)

    9.      Paolo Quattrone (University of Manchester)

    10.   Stefan Dimitriadis (University of Toronto)

    11.   Sinziana Dorobantu (New York University)

    12.   David Zhu (Arizona State University)

    13.   Dana Minbaeva (King's College London)

    14.   Bala Vissa (INSEAD Singapore)

    15.   Aline Gatignon (University of Pennsylvania)

    16.   Arzi Adbi (National University Singapore)

    17.   Pablo Fernandez (University of Navarra)

    18.   Kris Byron (Georgia State University)

    Submission Guidelines

    If your organizational research is situated in a global (under-represented non-western) context, we encourage you to apply. Scholars at all stages of academic careers are welcome.

    To facilitate a high level of interaction between mentors and mentees, space for this consortium is limited. Participation is by invitation only.

    To be considered for the consortium, please submit in one single file:

    (1)   3-5 page research proposal of an unpublished study based in a non-traditional setting on which you would like to receive feedback. Please name your proposal using the following convention: <Last name_Title of paper>

    (2)   A one-paragraph summary of key challenges for your research that you hope to address at the consortium.

    (3)   Your curriculum vitae

    (4)   Confirmation that you are (or will become) a member of the OMT division.

    Important note:

    Several waivers of the conference registration fees are available to support student participants. In your application, please indicate (in not more than three sentences) if and why you require support with registration fees.

    Submission instructions:

    Please submit your application form via the following link https://forms.gle/WDzRhHAFpsaB7sk57

    and upload cv and proposal to this folder https://www.dropbox.com/request/ELGlj05yaxqEKXrpF641

    Submission deadline: April 30, 2024. We plan to send out acceptance notifications in the second week of May.

    If you have questions, please contact the organizers Shubha Patvardhan spatvardhan@iimb.ac.in and Andrea Prado <andrea.prado@incae.edu>

     

    We look forward to seeing you in person at AOM!

    A big shout-out to our generous sponsors for making this possible.



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    Shipeng Yan
    Assistant Professor
    The University of Hong Kong
    Hong Kong
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