Financial Markets and Organization Theory: Professional Development Workshop at the 2016 Academy of Management

June 13, 2016

Emilio Marti and I are organizing a professional development workshop for organization theorists interested in financial markets.

The event has two parts. In Part 1, three senior scholars of finance and management will talk about their work: Mary Benner on securities analysts, Paula Jarzabkowski on the reinsurance industry, and Marc Schneiberg on community banking. Part 1 is open to all participants and does not require pre-registration.

In Part 2 of the PDW, you can receive feedback on your work from the presenters and convenors. To participate in Part 2, please send an extended abstract or a short version of your paper (up to 3.000 words) to Daniel Beunza (D.Beunza@lse.ac.uk) and Emilio Marti (emilio.marti@city.ac.uk). The submission deadline is July 15, 2016.

When: Friday, Aug 5, 14:15-15:45 (Part 1: 14:15-15:10, Part 2: 15:15-15:45)
Where: Room “Newport Beach/Rancho Las Palmas” at the Anaheim Marriott
Sponsors: OMT, CMS, and SIM

We will also be hosting an informal “OMT coffee” session on that same day at 5:00 pm, at the NFUSE bar in the Anaheim Marriott. Open to everyone.

Hope to see you there!
Further information: http://my.aom.org/Program2016/SessionDetails.aspx?sid=11641

Full description:2016-01-06 Finance and Organization Theory PDW description

One Response to “Financial Markets and Organization Theory: Professional Development Workshop at the 2016 Academy of Management”


  1. […] Acknowledgements: I thank the organizers and participants of two excellent workshops (first and second) at the recent Academy of Management conference (2016) where these thoughts were […]


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