Call for Papers oikos Young Scholars Organizations Academy 2012

Social Innovation and Organizational Impact 26-31 August 2012, Gais, Switzerland Abstract
submission deadline: April 20, 2012

The second oikos Young Scholars Organizations Academy provides PhD candidates and junior faculty in the field of OBT, Entrepreneurship, Strategy and Sustainability an outstanding platform to present and develop their ongoing research projects with peers and senior faculty. Feedback will be given by fellow scholars and three internationally well-reputed researchers: . Ignasi Marti-Lanuza, EMLYON, France . Jorge Rivera, George Washington University, USA . Tina Dacin, Queen’s School of Business, Canada A book publication with Edward Elgar Publishing will be associated with the oikos Academy 2012. To allow in-depth discussions the oikos Young Scholars Organizations Academy is limited to 15 young scholars. Please, send us your proposal abstract (max. 2 pages), a curriculum vitae and a letter of interest until April 20, 2012 (Notification of acceptance: April May 13) to organizations@oikosinternational.org. For more details please download the full call for papers at http://bit.l/cfp_oikos_org_ac_2012

Participants of this academy will have the opportunity to meet faculty and participants of the 2012 oikos Young Scholars Entrepreneurship Academy, taking place simultaneously on the Topic of “Collaborative Entrepreneurship and Innovation”. We look forward to receiving your submission and welcoming you in the swiss alps! Please let your colleagues know about this opportunity. Thank you.

Danke an Jost Hamschmidt für diesen Artikel

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