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(Deadline extended!) Organizing for the Ecological Crises - Call for papers, projects, and ideas

  • 1.  (Deadline extended!) Organizing for the Ecological Crises - Call for papers, projects, and ideas

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    With the usual apologies for cross-posting, the Ecological Crises & Organization (ECO) network is inviting contributions to address the multiple, interconnected ecological crises affecting the World. The online event will take place across different time zones on 13-14 May 2024. The aim of the event is to bring together scholars interested in discussing ideas, developing papers and building a community for addressing the degradation of the planet and developing alternative ways to organize sustainably. The workshop is part of a series of activities in light of the upcoming Organization Journal Conference, taking place in December 2024. The online workshop is open to participants at any stage of their career – doctoral students and junior and senior faculty – interested in working on ecological crises & organizations. To be considered for the workshop, please submit abstracts and other activity proposals (up to 1,500 words) to the following email: eco.crises.and.organization@gmail.com by 4 April 2024 (deadline extended). Please include full details of authors-name, affiliation, email address-and a synopsis of the paper, idea or project you would like to discuss.

    We look forward to your participation at the first ECO workshop!

    Best regards,

    The Ecological Crises & Organization (ECO) network

    Founding members of ECO:
    Pilar Acosta, Ecole Polytechnique, France.
    Steffen Böhm, University of Exeter, UK.
    Friederike Döbbe, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden.
    Maria Ehrnström-Fuentes, Hanken School of Economics, Finland.
    Seray Ergene, University of Rhode Island, USA.
    Daniel Nyberg, University of Queensland, Australia.
    Mario Pansera, Universidade de Vigo, Spain.
    Manuel Ramirez, University of Liverpool, UK.


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    Manuel Ramirez
    Lecturer in Organisation Studies
    University of Liverpool
    LIVERPOOL, UK
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