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  • 1.  5th HiMOS webinar – History in Management and Organization Research Seminar

    Posted 29 days ago
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    The HiMOS series (https://historymos.com/) returns!

    We are delighted to welcome Associate Professor María Fernández Moya (CUNEF) and Senior Lecturer Andrew Smith (Liverpool) at the next event.

    María will provide a "behind-the-scene" presentation about her recent Journal of International Business Studies article (https://link.springer.com/article/10.1057/s41267-021-00489-0) that offers a long-term approach to internationalization scholarship.
    Andrew will introduce the IB-related Special Issue Call for JMS and discuss a recent working paper, titled "Towards a Model of How Managers Respond to Historic Organizational Misconduct Accusations: Insights from the Campaign for Corporate Reparations for Black Slavery"

    We recommend reading the article and the working paper before the workshop to get the most out of the event! 

    Date: Wednesday, November 23, 2022

    Time: 12:15-14:00 (UTC, London) / 13:15-15:00 (UTC+1, Madrid) / 14:15-15:00 (UTC+2, Helsinki)

    Register here to get your Zoom link.

    The HiMOS webinar:

    The HiMOS webinar series (www.historymos.com) aims to generate hands-on insights for those interested in applying historical methods within management and organization studies. Previous issues included speakers such as Grace Augustine (Bath), Stephanie Decker (Birmingham), Christina Lubinski (CBS), Mairi Maclean (University of Bath) and Eero Vaara (Oxford Saïd Business School).

    On our website, you can watch a selection of previous presentations.


    Best regards,

    Christian, Nooa, & Zeerim



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    Christian Stutz
    Post Doctorate Research Fellow
    U. of Jyväskylä School of Business
    Jyväskylä
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  • 2.  RE: 5th HiMOS webinar – History in Management and Organization Research Seminar

    Posted 17 days ago
    ***************final reminder*********************

    The HiMOS series (https://historymos.com/) returns!
    We are delighted to welcome Associate Professor María Fernández Moya (CUNEF) and Senior Lecturer Andrew Smith (Liverpool) at the next event.

    María will provide a "behind-the-scene" presentation about her recent Journal of International Business Studies article (https://link.springer.com/article/10.1057/s41267-021-00489-0) that offers a long-term approach to internationalization scholarship.
    Andrew will introduce the IB-related Special Issue Call for JMS and discuss a recent working paper, titled "Towards a Model of How Managers Respond to Historic Organizational Misconduct Accusations: Insights from the Campaign for Corporate Reparations for Black Slavery"

    We recommend reading the article and the working paper before the workshop to get the most out of the event! 

    Date: Wednesday, November 23, 2022

    Time: 12:15-14:00 (UTC, London) / 13:15-15:00 (UTC+1, Madrid) / 14:15-15:00 (UTC+2, Helsinki)

    Register here to get your Zoom link.


    The HiMOS webinar:
    The HiMOS webinar series (www.historymos.com) aims to generate hands-on insights for those interested in applying historical methods within management and organization studies. Previous issues included speakers such as Grace Augustine (Bath), Stephanie Decker (Birmingham), Christina Lubinski (CBS), Mairi Maclean (University of Bath) and Eero Vaara (Oxford Saïd Business School).



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    Christian Stutz
    Post Doctorate Research Fellow
    U. of Jyväskylä School of Business
    Jyväskylä
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