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[Call for Manuscript Applications] 2024 AOM SIM Research Development Workshop

  • 1.  [Call for Manuscript Applications] 2024 AOM SIM Research Development Workshop

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    2024 SIM RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP

    AOM Chicago August 10th, 2024

    Submission Deadline: Monday June 3, 2024, 11:59 p.m. (ET)

    Dear SIM-ians

    This is a call for manuscript applications to 2024 SIM Research Development Workshop, one of the SIM-signature events at AOM Annual Meetings. If you have a draft paper in the Social Issues in Management (SIM) field that would benefit from an in-depth developmental review by a leading scholar in the subject, please consider submitting to the SIM Research Development Workshop! This workshop brings together SIM researchers to prepare manuscripts for submission to high quality management journals. Participants exchange ideas and receive feedback, in a collaborative manner.

    Each accepted participant will be paired with an experienced scholar to explore how your manuscript-in-progress might be refined to achieve publication in your target journal(s) in an in-person session during the AOM annual meeting. Confirmed mentors include: 

    - Brad Agle (Brigham Young Univ)

    - Michael Barnett (Rutgers Univ)

    - Shawn Berman (Univ of New Mexico)

    - Steve Brammer (Univ of Bath)

    - Jonathan Bundy (Arizona State Univ)

    - Paul Dunn (Brock Univ)

    - Heather Elms (American Univ)

    - Naomi Gardberg (CUNY Baruch)

    - Vanessa Hill (Bucknell Univ)

    - Nien-hê Hsieh (Harvard Business School)

    - Bryan Husted (EGADE)

    - Ben Lewis (Brigham Young Univ)

    - Chang Hoon Oh (Univ of Kansas)

    - Jared Peifer (Franklin & Marshall College)

    - Bruce Rayton (Univ of Bath)

    - Kathy Rehbein (Marquette Univ)

    - Doug Schuler (Rice Univ)

    - Mark Sharfman (Univ of Oklahoma)

    - David Wasieleski (Duquesne Univ)

    - Michelle Westermann-Behaylo (Amsterdam Business School)

    - Andy Wicks (Univ of Virginia)

    - Duane Windsor (Rice Univ)

    As part of the application process, you will be invited to suggest mentors for your manuscript. Please note: While we do our best to select mentors that have expertise on your topic, we cannot guarantee you will be assigned a mentor you have indicated. Selection criteria:

    - All current SIM members are eligible to submit a manuscript for consideration.

    - Submissions should be 40 pages at maximum, including references, tables, figures, etc.

    - Both theoretical and empirical papers are eligible.

    - You may send a paper that is being presented at AOM or another conference, but not a manuscript that is currently under review at a journal.

    - Please note that the workshop is limited to 25 participants; should the workshop be oversubscribed, current Ph.D. students and early career scholars will be given priority.

    - Manuscripts should be submitted as MS-WORD documents and should NOT be anonymous.

    Acceptance to the Research Development Workshop is competitive. Applicants should submit their papers by 11:59 p.m. on June 3rd ET, using the form here. Workshop candidates will be notified of their paper's acceptance by June 17th. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact Jegoo Lee at jegoolee@uri.edu. We look forward to your applications!

    Best regards,

    Jegoo Lee (Chair, SIM Research Committee)

    Lucas Amaral Lauriano (Vice Chair, SIM Research Committee)



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    Jegoo Lee
    University of Rhode Island
    College of Business
    Kingston RI
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