Sub-theme 21: Migration and the Meaning of Inclusion

Convenors:
Kyoung-Hee Yu, University of New South Wales, Australia
Jelena Zikic, York University, Toronto, Canada
Session I: Thursday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, SP 210 (2nd floor)
Migrants and the Labour Market
Kyle Ehrhardt and Jelena Zikic
Building relational quality in a formal mentoring program for foreign professionals
Tony Fang
The use and impact of job search procedures by migrant workers in China
Annette Risberg and Laurence Romani
Employable, but not employed - The normalization of high skilled migrants
Session II: Thursday, July 06, 14:00 to 15:30, SP 210 (2nd floor)
Inclusion and Integration
Dide van Eck and Marieke van den Brink
An intersectional perspective on inclusion: Migrant workers in low skilled labour organizations
Mladen Adamovic
When does immigrant dissimilarity increase learning? The moderating roles of diversity beliefs and peer fairness
Session III: Friday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, SP 210 (2nd floor)
Migrants and Organisations
Ilju Kim and Sungchul Noh
Challenging or conforming? Gender and informal political participation of Filipina marriage migrants in South Korea
Renate Ortlieb and Silvana Weiss
Organizing East-West migration: Labour market intermediaries as “good organizations”?
Aida Hajro, Milda Zilinskaite and Günter K. Stahl
Organizational climate for inclusion, the resulting challenges and coping strategies of highly-qualified migrants
Session IV: Friday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, SP 210 (2nd floor)
Refugees
Wanda I. Chunnett
Refugees –an assessment of the current management approach a using the EGOS "good" business model framework.
Mona Florian
Exclusion or inclusion? Spacing the refugee camp through the prism of a volunteer experience
Katja Wehrle, Ute-Christine Klehe, Mari Kira and Jelena Zikic
Can I come as I am? Identity threats, coping, and growth among refugees on their path to integration into their host country’s work and society
Session V: Friday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, SP 210 (2nd floor)
Bourdieu and the Study of Migration
Joana Vassilopoulou, Dimitria Groutsis and Mustafa Özbilgin
Visual and linguistic symbolism of subordination: Understanding how symbolic violence works to normalise and legitimate subordination of ethnic minority Turks in the German labour market
Maribel Blasco and Minna Paunova
Who should adapt ‘at home’? Microdynamics of social exchange for reciprocal integration among migrants and hosts
Hedia Zannad and Shiva Taghavi
Understanding Refugees’ career trajectories through psychological, social, cultural, and economic capitals
Session VI: Saturday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Identities and Work Experiences - Room: SP 210 (2nd floor)
Guido Palazzo and Michelle Greenwood
Made in Italy by China: How institutional interfaces support illegality
Wendy Cukier, Samantha Jackson, Erin Roach and Roger Pizarro Milian
Social innovation in refugee resettlement: private sponsorship, social capital and newcomer inclusion
Clelia Rossi and Eric Davoine
Are multinational companies “good” at integrating skilled migrants within home country subsidiaries? An exploratory study in 3 Swiss multinational companies
Marina Schmitz
Migrant vs. local Chinese blue collar workers in German companies – discrimination or inclusion
Parallel Stream B: Institutions and Organisations - Room: SP D220 (2nd floor)
Edwina Pio and Jawad Syed
Orchestrating border-crossing: Migrant Ahmadiyya Millennials at work
Yulia Taylor, André Everett and Fiona Edgar
Immigrant professionals’ work adjustment: A New Zealand longitudinal study
Kazuhiko Arakawa, Tomohiko Taniguchi and
Corporate strategy, culture and empowerment of foreign workers
Tricia Cleland Silva, Linda Annala and Ellen Meissner
Organizational constructions of the employable refugee: Meso-organizations and digitalization in Finland
Parallel Stream C: {tba} - Room: SP D245 (2nd floor)
Daniela Laurel-Fois
Migration and financial stability: A case study of Filipino migrant workers in Paris
Christina Cregan and Carol T. Kulik
By the sweat of their brows: Homeworking in the garment trade
Annika Kaabel
Losing human(itarian) capital – Exploring labour potential of forced migrants
Janna L. Rose, Michelle Mielly, Catherine Jones and Nandita Perret
Good Daughters & Gendered SIE trajectories: Connectedness, Inclusion, and Identity Development Among Skilled Female Indian SIEs in France
Session VII: Saturday, July 08, 11:00 to 12:30, SP 210 (2nd floor)
Migrant Entrepreneurship
Sang-Joon Kim, Yoonhee Kim and Insu Kwon
The making and unmaking of identity boundaries for professional entrepreneurship: The role of family capital and ethnic salience on ethnic minority lawyers' self-employment
Huriye Yeröz
Understanding social inclusion of immigrant entrepreneurs beyond emancipation versus domination dichotomy: Empirical analysis of capital development processes of immigrant women entrepreneurs in Sweden
Cecile Fonrouge and Daniela Bolzani
Diaspora engagement in crowdfunding