The two-day event is comprised of an ESRC seminar (15 September 2014) and international research workshop (16 September 2014). The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) seminar and subsequent international research workshop will contribute to theory, research agendas and practice of the regulation of work, employment, human resources, labour relations, labour markets and workplace conflict. The whole event will include… Continue Reading.
Early Career Academics (ECAs) are facing an increasingly competitive context in the Australian higher education sector. Pressures to publish, attract external funding, and do long hours of teaching in business faculties make career progression a very complex and difficult task. This workshop is open to early career academics and PhD candidates close to graduation. It combines an exciting program of workshops and panels… Continue Reading.
Sightlines is a two-day event that will focus on the developing field of filmmaking as a form of academic research. Universities worldwide contain academics and students who engage in filmmaking practice. Part conference and part festival, Sightlines will include screenings of work within a wide range of styles and formats, as well as presentations and discussions on the diverse ways in… Continue Reading.
This year, the 9th Asia Pacific Symposium on Emotions in Worklife is being hosted by UQ Business School, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia and sponsored by ANZAM (Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management). The symposium is a day-long, semi-formal meeting of scholars interested in the study of emotions in work settings and will be held on Friday 28… Continue Reading.
The ANZAM Year-End Doctoral Workshop will be held from Monday 1-Tuesday 2 December 2014, and will be hosted by University of New South Wales at their Kensington Campus in Sydney. The Workshop immediately precedes the annual ANZAM Conference being held at UTS from 3-5 December 2014. Please consider joining us. You will have the opportunity to present your research and… Continue Reading.
Paper submission deadline extended to Tuesday 15 July 2014. Following on from the successful Hobart Conference in 2013 – ‘Managing on the Edge’ –the Conference theme this year is Reshaping Management for Impact. Globalisation, rapid technological advances, and generational shifts in values mean that today’s organisations are rife with ambiguity and tension. How do we reshape organisations to cope with these… Continue Reading.
The Australian Consortium of Social and Political Research Incorporated (ACSPRI) will host a conference on the 7th-10th of December, 2014 at The University of Sydney. The goal of the conference is to provide a forum on current and emerging issues in social science methodology nationally and internationally. Earlybird Registrations close: 22 October 2014