EGOS & OS
in Kyoto
December 13-15, 2019 / Kyoto University

The EGOS and Organization Studies Kyoto Workshop 2019



We invite paper submissions for the EGOS and Organization Studies Workshop to be held on December 13-15 at Kyoto University, Japan. This is an experimental workshop organized by EGOS (European Group for Organizational Studies) and its journal Organization Studies to bridge communities of researchers across geographical, cultural and disciplinary distances. Any topics in and around organization studies are welcomed and particularly, those who target the journal Organization Studies should find this workshop as an invaluable opportunity to craft their papers in dialogue with experienced scholars (see the journal’s aims and scope here). Furthermore, resonant with the city of Kyoto, we especially encourage papers on craft, design, creativity, entrepreneurship and writing among other topics.

Call for Papers in PDF format

Important Dates:



June 30, 2019: Abstract due (the deadline extended!)

August 10, 2019: Notification
August 25, 2019: Notification

August 10, 2019: Early registration
August 25, 2019: Early registration

October 15, 2019: Paper due

December 13-15, 2019: Conference
Student stipends: Selected doctoral students from outside Japan who will present at the workshop—either PDW, regular sessions or DC—will be provided with a travel stipend, covering parts of flights and accommodation. Students will indicate their need for the stipend at the time of registration.

Keynote Speakers

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Carl Rhodes

Professor of Organization Studies and Deputy Dean at UTS Business School
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Mollie Painter

Professor at Nottingham Business School, UK
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Robert Chia

Research Professor of Management at Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow

Submissions

You can submit one paper to only one of the three categories below but can submit multiple (different) papers. We have a limited space for PDW and may have to ask some authors to present in regular paper sessions--you should submit only to PDW (not to both), if you are willing to move to regular paper sessions in case PDW is full.

Regular Paper Sessions

Deadline: June 30, 2019
Submission includes:
  • Title
  • Author name, organization and contact details
  • An extended abstract of no more than 1,000 words (including figures, tables, and references)
  • Research fields and keywords

Regular paper sessions will be on Dec 14 (Sat) and 15 (Sun).

Notification email will be sent to a corresponding author by August 10, 2019

Paper Development Workshop

Deadline: June 30, 2019
Submission includes:
  • Title
  • Author name, organization and contact details
  • An extended abstract of no more than 1,000 words (including figures, tables, and references)
  • Research fields and keywords

Because a limited number of papers can be accepted, authors may be asked to present in regular paper sessions. PDW will be on Dec 13.

Notification email will be sent to a corresponding author by August 10, 2019

Doctoral Consortium

Deadline: June 30, 2019
Submission includes:
  • Name, organization, contact details
  • A summary of research in no more than 1,000 words (including figures, tables, and references)
  • Research field and keywords
  • CV (any format)

Only for students in doctoral program. DC will be on Dec 13 (Fri).

Notification email will be sent to a corresponding author by August 10, 2019

Kyoto University Faculty of Economics
The 100th Year Anniversary

The year 2019 marks the 100th anniversary of Faculty of Economics, Kyoto University. The Faculty has been central in advancing research on organization studies as well as on economics within Japan. The faculty sponsors this workshop to further contribute to organization studies in Japan and beyond.

Co-chairs

Yutaka Yamauchi, Kyoto University

Daniel Hjorth, Copenhagen Business School

Organizing committee

Ai Hisano, Kyoto University

Akira Takeishi, Kyoto University

Asli Colpan, Kyoto University

Atsuro Morita, Osaka University

Balazs Fazekas, Kyoto Tachibana University

Chiaki Ito, Kyoto University

Innan Sasaki, Warwick Business School

Kota Kitagawa, Kansai University

Kyosuke Inagaki, Hosei University

Masaru Karube, Hitotsubashi University

Nao Sato, Kyoto University

Naoki Wakabayashi, Kyoto University

Norio Sawabe, Kyoto University

Sachiko Yamao, Keio University

Shohei Funatsu, Kyoto University

Takahiro Endo, Hitotsubashi University

Takeshi Hiramoto, Kyoto Prefectural University

Tomoki Sekiguchi, Kyoto University

Tsutomu Nakano, Aoyama Gakuin University

Yasuo Sugiyama, Kyoto University

Scientific committee

Bernard Forgues, EM Lyon

Daniel Hjorth, Copenhagen Business School & Nottingham Business School

Robin Holt, Copenhagen Business School

Markus Höllerer, UNSW Sydney & WU Vienna University of Economics and Business

Renate E. Meyer, WU Vienna

Mollie Painter, Nottingham Business School

Davide Ravasi, University College London

Trish Reay, University of Alberta

Innan Sasaki, Warwick Business School

Marc-David Seidel, University of British Columbia

Yutaka Yamauchi, Kyoto University

Sponsors

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    European Group for Organizational Studies

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    Faculty of Economics, Kyoto University

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    Copenhagen Business Scchool Entrepreneurship Platform

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    W. Maurice Young Centre for Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Research, UBC Sauder School of Business

In partnership with the following organizations:

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    Academic Association for Organizational Science (組織学会)
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    Kyoto University Graduate School of Management
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    Kyoto University Design School
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    Organization and Management Theory Division, Academy of Management

Contact

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