Our research team (Dr Melissa Wheeler, Dr Victor Sojo and PhD Candidate Melanie McGrath) is currently conducting a systematic review of anonymous job application procedure interventions. We have conducted a comprehensive search of the published literature and are now seeking unpublished works on this topic. We are looking for unpublished empirical research (e.g., in-press and conference papers, dissertations, master theses,… Continue Reading.
Theme: 2020 Vision: Innovative Management in Turbulent Times We are inviting submission of original research papers, which may be theoretical, empirical, methodological, literature reviews, or case studies, and must align with the ANZAM Conference Streams. There will be two kinds of paper presentation sessions: Refereed Delivered sessions and Refereed Interactive sessions.
Deadline for Submissions: 15 December 2020 We invite you to contribute to the upcoming Special Issue on “Work Passion Research: Taming Breadth and Promoting Depth” at the Journal of Organizational Behavior. With this special issue, we aim to refine and reconcile existing theoretical frameworks on work passion, explore the causes, consequences, and boundary conditions around work passion, and differentiate work… Continue Reading.
Call for Papers for publication in a scholarly book and presentation in associated paper development workshop (Under SPARC). Paper Development Workshop: Sharing Economy at the Base of the Pyramid: Opportunities and Challenges, 21-22 December 2020 at Udaipur, India. What are the key principles that drive and accelerate the growth of sharing economy in BOP? What types of risk and challenges… Continue Reading.
We solicit original manuscripts that will provide a clear grounding in literature and scholarship, offering compelling conceptual framework or theoretical models or empirical studies. Potential authors please adhere to the following deadlines. We hope that you will make a contribution to this important issue.
Theme: “Embedding the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals (Sdgs): The Role of Business, Governments, Organisations and the Academe” The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have been in existence for 4 years, and just a couple of months prior to our conference, the SDGs will be 5 years old. Therefore, it is imperative at this juncture to start a critical and frank… Continue Reading.