Are you a student or faculty member interested in research on the cultural and institutional dynamics of entrepreneurship, innovation, and change? Could your work benefit from guidance from top researchers in this area and tailored feedback from expert faculty mentors? If so, please plan to attend our Cultural Entrepreneurship Paper Development Workshop at this year's Academy of Management Annual Meeting, and consider submitting an extended paper abstract for our roundtable discussions. The PDW will feature distinguished speakers Greg Fisher, Davide Ravasi, and Eric Yanfei Zhao along with roundtable mentors Emily Cox-Pahnke, Jean Clarke, Joel Gehman, Nina Granqvist, Richard Haans, Elizabeth Pontikes, Henri Schildt, Klaus Weber, and Charlene Zietsma
Current PhD students, postdoctoral fellows, and junior faculty members are especially encouraged to apply - see below for more. Questions? Reach out to organizers Christi Lockwood (email@example.com) or Jean-François Soublière (firstname.lastname@example.org). Deadline to apply is May 26, 2023.
Cultural Entrepreneurship Paper Development Workshop
2023 Academy of Management Annual Meeting
Sponsored by Organization and Management Theory (OMT) Division
CALL FOR EXTENDED ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS – DEADLINE: MAY 26, 2023
Cultural entrepreneurship research, i.e., work on the cultural and institutional dynamics of entrepreneurship, innovation, and change, has grown in recent years. This growth has been generative, inviting and benefiting from the contributions of scholars from diverse backgrounds, traditions, and perspectives. Building on this momentum, this PDW seeks to encourage the many early-career scholars and other researchers new to the cultural entrepreneurship community, and help them develop and ultimately publish their work.
Part I: Panel Presentations (open to all attendees)
This portion of the workshop, open to all AOM conference participants, will feature presentations by Professors Greg Fisher (Indiana University), Davide Ravasi (University College London), and Eric Zhao (Indiana University), whose work has been influential in cultural entrepreneurship research. These distinguished speakers collectively possess an outstanding publication track-record and substantial editorial experience, and each will focus on conceptual, qualitative, or quantitative research to provide attendees with a well-rounded series of presentations that will frame subsequent discussions.
Part II: Roundtable Discussions (by invitation, short paper submission required)
The second portion of the workshop will provide an opportunity for selected participants to interact with experienced cultural entrepreneurship researchers and obtain tailored feedback on their work in progress. These experts boast a range of conceptual and empirical expertise that will benefit a diverse variety of participants. Experts and panelists will interact in small-group roundtables to discuss the specific conceptual or methodological challenges scholars are having.
To ensure that these discussions are fruitful, we will endeavor to align experts and authors based on specific interests and expertise. Therefore, this part of the workshop requires submission of an extended abstract of up to 5 pages. Submissions will be reviewed by the organizers for their fit with the PDW's focus and objectives, and invitations will be extended to selected participants by mid-June. Selected abstracts will also be shared with expert mentors and fellow roundtable participants.
Faculty mentors: Jean Clarke, Emily C. Pahnke, Greg Fisher, Joel Gehman, Nina Granqvist, Richard Haans, Christi Lockwood, Elizabeth Pontikes, Davide Ravasi, Jean-François Soublière, Henri Schildt, Klaus Weber, Charlene Zietsma, and Eric Zhao.
EXTENDED ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DETAILS
Who: The Part I panel presentations are open to all scholars interested in cultural entrepreneurship, broadly defined. Registration is required for the Part II roundtable workshop. Current PhD students, postdoctoral fellows, and junior faculty members are strongly encouraged to apply.
What: Your extended abstract should not exceed five single-spaced pages of written text. Please complete this form to apply for registration and submit your extended abstract: https://form.jotform.com/230896269129064
When: The deadline to register is May 26, 2023. Invitations will be extended by mid-June.
For questions, contact the co-organizers: Christi Lockwood (email@example.com) and Jean-François Soublière (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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