New Institutionalism - 19th Workshop Jena 2024

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Reminder to submit abstracts for the Workshop "Varieties of Collegiality“ until January 15 (1/10/24)
Dear All,

for the one day workshop on „Varieties of Collegiality“, held in Jena on Saturday, March 23, immediately following the New Institutionalism Workshop, we want to remind you to submit your short abstracts until January 15 to and .
Please find the Call for Papers attached. We are looking forward to your contribution and participation!

Best regards from the local organizers
Peter Walgenbach
Lisa-Maria Gerhardt
Philipp Poschmann
Impact of large-scale funding on organizational forms in higher education - Positions at CBS (1/7/24)
Assistant Professor (3 yrs) and Postdoc (2 yrs) positions to be filled at Department of Organization, Copenhagen Business School

Start date September 1, 2024. more...
The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Lucerne, Switzerland (12/17/23)
is looking to fill the position of a

full professor of sociology with a focus on “micro-organizational sociology” (100%)

starting February 1, 2025. more...
Reminder: Workshop on New Institutionalism (NIW), and Announcement: Workshop on "Varieties of Collegiality" (11/1/23)
Call for Papers: 19th Workshop on New Institutionalism (NIW), Friedrich Schiller University Jena, March 21-22, 2024


Call for Abstracts: Workshop "Varieties of Collegiality," Friedrich Schiller University Jena, March 23, 2024 more...
Call for Papers: 19th Workshop on New Institutionalism (NIW) (7/24/23)
Friedrich Schiller University Jena,
March 21–22, 2024 more...
Organization Studies Special Issue Call for Papers (6/4/23)
Higher Education and Research as Contested Terrain: How and Why Organizing Matters

Guest Editors:
Kerstin Sahlin, Uppsala University
Ulla Eriksson-Zetterquist, University of Gothenburg
Peter Fleming, University of Technology Sydney
Francisco Ramirez, Stanford University
Peter Walgenbach, Friedrich Schiller University Jena

Submission Deadline: June 15, 2024 more...
SCANCOR PhD Workshop on Institutional Analysis 2023 in Oslo (4/9/23)
This year’s SCANCOR Workshop on Institutional Analysis will be hosted by the Department of Political Science at the University of Oslo in collaboration with BI Norwegian Business School and Oslo Metropolitan University. Join the event for a one-week intense PhD workshop on institutional analysis. In the public morning lectures leading international as well as local faculty present and discuss recent research within the field of institutional theory. Afternoon workshop sessions with leading international faculty are limited to PhD students who successfully apply to the workshop. Deadline for applications: May 22nd, 2023. more...
EGOS Board Elections open until December 15 (12/5/22)
For all EGOS members: Please make use of your right to vote!
Visit "MyEGOS" at the EGOS website and click on Vote Now. You will see that there are fabulous candidates.
Reminder: Deadline for Short Paper on November 30 (11/24/22)
We would like to remind you that the deadline for next year's new institutionalism workshop is coming fast: Please submit a short paper (800-3000 words) till November 30th, if you like to present your research at our workshop in Torun on March 30-31, 2023 - keynotes by Roy Suddaby and Mikołaj Pawlak! more...
18th Workshop on New Institutionalism (NIW) (10/21/22)
We are pleased to announce that the 18th Workshop will be hosting two, excellent keynote speakers.
For the opening session - prof. Roy Suddaby
For the closing session - prof. Mikołaj Pawlak more...
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