Pre-Colloquium PhD WorkshopMonday, June 30, 2014, 13:00–20:30, and Tuesday, July 1, 2014, 9:00–23:00
Location: M-building, room M1-17
, University of New South Wales, Australia
, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Mats Alvesson (Lund University, Sweden) Luca Berchicci (Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands) Jeannette Colyvas (Northwestern University, USA) Douglas Creed (University of Rhode Island, USA) Gerry George (Imperial College London, UK) Damon Golsorkhi (Grenoble Ecole de Management, France) Pursey Heugens (Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands) Frank den Hond (Hanken School of Economics, Finland) Hokyu Hwang (The University of New South Wales, Australia) Anna Jonsson (University of Gothenburg, Sweden) Mukti Khaire (Harvard Business School, USA) Svetlana Khapova (VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands) Bas Koene (Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands) Ann Langley (HEC Montréal, Canada) Michael Lounsbury (University of Alberta, Canada) Renate Meyer (WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria) Jörg Raab (Tilburg University, The Netherlands)
This EGOS pre-Colloquium PhD Workshop provides an enjoyable opportunity for doctoral students to interact with – and to learn from – fellow students and experienced scholars in our field. It also provides a springboard for successful academic careers by examining important issues such as publishing, reviewing and collaborative research. Further, the workshop enables participants to approach their doctoral dissertations with renewed vigor by engaging in discussions on research design and methodologies with renowned colleagues, and by reviewing their dissertation proposals with the help of others: fellow participants and senior researchers who work in the respective area of scholarly inquiry. Finally, through the mix of European and international students as well as faculty members, participants gain exposure to similarities and differences across countries and continents in how academic processes work. This also enhances their understanding with regard to different career opportunities and career paths.