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Call for Papers: 8th Unintended Consequences Workshop on: Expected Inequalities and Unintended Symmetries (11/16/19)
11-12 May 2020, Warsaw, Poland

Guest speakers:
Sam Friedman (London School of Economics)
Daniel Laurison (Swarthmore College)

Deadline for abstract submission: 15 December 2019.
More information: unintended.uw.edu.pl/
Open Positions at JKU (Johannes Kepler University Linz) (11/16/19)
JKU is seeking applications for two Full Professor positions:
- Professor of Entrepreneurship – New Business Venturing and Innovative Regions
https://www.jku.at/en/the-jku/careers-entrepreneurial-opportunities/work-at-the-jku/job-openings/professorship-positions/professor-of-entrepreneurship-new-business-venturing-and-innovative-regions/
- Professor for Strategy and Foresight
https://www.jku.at/en/the-jku/careers-entrepreneurial-opportunities/work-at-the-jku/job-openings/professorship-positions/professor-for-strategy-and-foresight/
Call for Application: Research Associate for “CLICCS - Climate, Climatic Change, and Society” (11/11/19)
The program aims to understand climate changes, taking into account internal variability, extreme events, and unexpected side effects, addressing the natural and social spheres as well as their interactions. Based on approaches of economic sociology, the PhD candidate is expected to conduct case studies on several of these companies and to develop a PhD project in line with the broader project’s research questions on the deep decarbonization of the economy. more...
Reminder November 16th Deadline - Call for Papers: 16th Workshop on New Institutionalism in Organization Theory (11/3/19)
University of Southern Denmark, Odense, March 5-6, 2020 - We bid you a warm welcome in Odense on the picturesque island of Funen! We are looking forward to meeting institutionalist scholars from all over Europe and beyond, colleagues old and new, for two days of lively discussion and exchange. more...
Call for Papers: 16th Workshop on New Institutionalism in Organization Theory, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, March 5-6, 2020 (9/30/19)
We bid you a warm welcome in Odense on the picturesque island of Funen! We are looking forward to meeting institutionalist scholars from all over Europe and beyond, colleagues old and new, for two days of lively discussion and exchange. more...
Stellenausschreibung: wiss. Oberassistentin / Oberassistent (60%) (9/12/19)
Universität Luzern, Kultur- und Sozialwissenschaftliche Fakultät

Am Soziologischen Seminar ist per 1. Februar 2020 oder nach Vereinbarung und für 5 Jahre mit Verlängerungsoption folgende Stelle zu besetzen

wiss. Oberassistentin / Oberassistent (60%) more...
Call for Abstracts: Organisationsgesellschaft »reloaded« Empirische Einsichten und konzeptionelle Herausforderungen (9/9/19)
Sektion Organisationssoziologie der DGS Herbsttagung 2019
Universität Luzern
05.-06. Dezember 2019
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With sadness we inform you of the recent death of John Mohr (9/2/19)
For the community of the New-Institutionalism Network, we cherish John Mohr particularly for leading the Network’s 2017 meeting, which was hosted at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, with a keynote address titled “Logics, Fields and Machine Learning: Renewing Institutionalism in the Age of Big Data.”

Following is the announcement and tribute written by John Mohr’s close colleague, Geoffrey Raymond. As much as we appreciate John Mohr's contribution to institutionalism and cherish his contribution to the discussions of the New-Institutionalism Network, we find the words of Geoffrey Raymond to be particularly touching and thus appropriate, on our collective behalf. more...
SCANCOR Public Morning Lectures on Institutional Analysis (August 26-30, Uni Mannheim, Germany) (7/28/19)
Join us for one-week of intense discussions about institutional analysis! In 10 public morning lectures international faculty will present and discuss research within the field of institutional theory. The lectures in the morning are open to the public and guests are highly welcome to join lectures and lunch. more...
Panel Discussion on the Legacy of James March (4/24/19)
See the recorded panel debate "The Legacy of James March" from the annual New Institutionalism Workshop (NIW), this year organised by the Business Department at Uppsala University, March 15-16.

Participants are Nils Brunsson, Marie-Laure Salles-Djelic and Guje Sevón.

https://tcs.video.slu.se/tcs/#page:recordingList&pageNumber:1&id:13A21265-A366-43D3-B357-88304E2B86C3

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