5th European Theory Development Workshop

Submission deadline: 31 January 2016

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After the previous editions in France (Grenoble 2012, Paris 2013), the Netherlands (Amsterdam 2014) and UK (Cardiff 2015), the European Theory Development Workshop (ETDW) in Organization and Management Theory heads north.

ETDW5 will be jointly organized by Aalto University and Hanken School of Economics, in Helsinki, Finland, on June 30 – July 1, 2016.

The workshop is oriented at developing high quality theoretical papers for publication in the top journals in our field. The aim is thus to provide feedback on each other's theory papers, in order to get papers a step closer to publication in journals such as Academy of Management Review, Organization Science, Journal of Management Studies and Organization Studies.

Similarly to previous editions, the ETDW assembles junior and senior scholars in the field of O&MT. It is a small-scale two-day workshop, full of paper presentations and a social event, likely by the sea in the heart of Helsinki. There will be up to 30 paper presentations, and a maximum of about 60 participants.

More information here.

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