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SUB researchers to present at the Academy of Management conference in Boston

Researchers from the Sustainability in Business (SUB) research group will gather with the largest management conference of the year to share their work on environmental and social sustainability.

From August 9-13, several members of the Sustainability in Business (SUB) research group will participate in the 79th annual meeting of the Academy of Management in Boston, USA. They will join scholars from across the world to share and discuss the latest research on the conference theme Understanding the Inclusive Organization, examining how organizations impact communities on many different dimensions, from the psychological to the ecological.

SUB researchers will present a variety of work at the conference:

 

Ewald Kibler

Getting Emotional: Theorizing About and From Data at the Intersection of Emotions and Institutions  | Friday, 9 August, 9.00-10.00, Boston Hynes Convention Center, Room: 201

Situated Institutions: The Role of Place, Space and Embeddedness in Institutional Dynamics  | Monday, 12 August, 11.30-13.00, Boston Hynes Convention Center, Room: 306

Leena Lankoski

Social and Ethical Aspects of Innovation  | Sunday, 11 August, 12.30-14.00, Boston Marriott Copley Place, Room: Wellesley

Heli Nissilä

Field Formation and Identity Construction  | Sunday, 11 August, 12.30-14.00, Boston Hynes Convention Center, Room: 309

Samuli Patala

Circular Economy and Management Theory: Developing Theoretical Underpinnings for an Emergent Concept  | Tuesday, 13 August, 9.45-11.15, Westin Copley Place Boston, Room: Defender

Patrick Shulist

Improving Lives in Low-Income Contexts  | Monday, 12 August, 15.00-16.30, Boston Marriott Copley Place, Room: Hyannis

Marleen Wierenga

Scaling in Social Ventures  | Tuesday, 13 August, 11.30-13.00, Boston Marriott Copley Place, Room: Massachusetts

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