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AOM PDW (Session 823): At the Frontiers of Organizational Network Research: Developing Ideas and Draft Papers

  • 1.  AOM PDW (Session 823): At the Frontiers of Organizational Network Research: Developing Ideas and Draft Papers

    Posted 20 days ago

    Do you have a working paper or project idea employing social network analysis? Are you looking for help in developing your paper for publication in top management journals? Join us for a personalized session with leading social. network scholars!

    At the Frontiers of Organizational Network Research: Developing Ideas and Draft Papers

    Session Type: PDW Workshop
    Program Session: 823 | Submission: 10616 | Sponsor(s): (OMT)
    Session Format: In-person Only: Seattle
    Scheduled: Sunday, Aug 7 2022 1:00PM - 4:00PM PT (UTC-7) at The Westin Seattle in Grand Crescent

    Organizer: Daniel S. HalginU. of Kentucky
    Organizer: Cécile EmeryU. of Exeter Business School
    Organizer: Stefano TasselliErasmus U. Rotterdam
    Organizer: Andrew ParkerDurham U. Business School
    Panelist: Daniel J BrassU. of Kentucky
    Panelist: Alexandra GerbasiU. of Exeter Business School
    Panelist: Ajay MehraU. of Kentucky
    Panelist: Jessica Rae MethotRutgers U., School of Management and Labor Relations
    Panelist: Leroy WhiteWarwick Business School
    Panelist: Giuseppe LabiancaU. of Massachusetts, Amherst

    This workshop aims to provide participants (in particular, junior faculty and PhD students) with an understanding of how to publish organizational network studies in management journals. This workshop brings together 15 leading academics from the LINKS Center for Social Network Analysis of the University of Kentucky and the University of Exeter Centre for Social Networks who have published in a wide range of top management journals. The format of the workshop includes a (1) panel session and (2) small roundtable discussions where individual papers from participants (submitted prior to the workshop) will be discussed.

    Participants are required to register and to submit a draft paper/proposal to Cecile Emery, c.emery@exeter.ac.uk, one week prior to the PDW. We want to ensure a sufficient amount of time to discuss each paper we would like to limit participation to a maximum of 45.








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    Jessica Methot
    Rutgers University
    Piscataway NJ
    (848) 445-1112
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