CfP EURAM 2019, Lisbon: An intersectional approach to international and cross-cultural management
*Apologies for cross-posting*
Please consider this call for the European Academy of Management 2019 (Lisbon) on
“An intersectional approach to international and cross-cultural management”.
This track investigates how power, identity and diversity come together in contemporary international and cross-cultural management (ICCM). Our focus lies on how exaxtly power-effects impacts current ICCM, and on how some ICCM actors are (dis-)advantaged. We wish to widen traditional ICCM foci to include, e.g., migration and mobility, privilege and marginalization, and categories and discourses of difference and otherness, and we seek to develop methods and theories for doing so. To this end, we invite you to submit interdisciplinary and novel research at the intersections of ICCM and GRDO/workplace diversity. We are happy to discuss ideas in advance (contact: [log in to unmask]).
Full call: http://www.euram-online.org/programme2019/strategic-interest-groups/sig-05-gender-race-and-diversity-in-organisations-grdo.html
With this call, we wish to carry on the CMS 2017 and EURAM 2018 discussions and develop an intersectional International and Cross-Cultural Management further.
We believe that this is the next step towards making International and Cross-Cultural Management relevant again, in a seemingly uncertain world dominated by a sense of crisis and ‘otherness’ on so many levels.
We therefore assume that this call is of interest to you.
Submission deadline is January 15, 2019, 2 pm (Belgian time), and submissions need to be made via the EURAM 2019 website, see http://www.euramonline.org/submissions-guidelines-2019/author-s-guidelines.html
Thank you and best regards,
Prof. Dr. Jasmin Mahadevan
International and Cross-Cultural Management