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Paper Development Workshop: From Margins to Mainstream, 25-26 May 2023

From Margins to Mainstream: Novel Perspectives on the Emergence of Fields and Markets
Paper Development Workshop, 25-26 May 2023, Aalto University School of Business
Submission deadline 9 December 2022

The aim of this paper development workshop is to foster conversations across different phenomena and empirical settings which give rise to the emergence of markets and fields. Building broadly on the sociology of markets literature, we take stock of where we are and what are the opportunities for making use of novel lenses and methodological approaches. We call for papers that are in developmental or more advanced stage that can benefit from and contribute to the workshop and to the development of this field of scholarship.

The workshop will feature keynotes and panel discussions to highlight the current and future directions in the research on field and market emergence. Michael Lounsbury (University of Alberta) and Stine Grodal (Northeastern University) give keynotes. The workshop is built around paper development sessions where the keynote speakers joined with Henri Schildt, Nina Granqvist (both Aalto University), and other professors and scholars act as discussants. The workshop will also feature panel discussions with practitioners from the emerging fields of science and technology, for example in quantum computing.

The workshop has a limited number of spaces, and the selection of papers will be based on extended abstracts of a maximum of 1500 words. The deadline for the submission of extended abstracts is December 9, 2022. Participants will be notified of decisions by 23 December 2022. Full paper submissions are expected during early May 2023.

For more details and instructions on how to apply, please see the call for papers at the end of this page. For further information, please contact Dr. Anne-Sophie Barbe, [email protected]
PDW Margins to mainstream hosted by Aalto University School of Business
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