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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: 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.

    Manuel Ramirez
    Lecturer in Organisation Studies
    University of Liverpool