Organizational Sociology for the hybrid ISA World Congress of Sociology
2023, Melbourne, Australia, June 25-July 1, 2023.
Deadline for submission of abstracts (max. 300 words) is September 30, 2022.
We are delighted to invite you to submit your abstracts for the ISA World Congress of Sociology 2023. The ISA World Congress of Sociology of the International Sociological Association offers a unique forum to discuss current developments with a global scholarship.
The Research Committee on Sociology of Organizations (RC17) calls for submissions related to the following 13 topics. All sessions accept submissions in English, many also in French and Spanish. The conference will take place in a hybrid format, meaning that you can choose to either participate in person on site or digitally.
- Accountability and Sustainable Transitions: Toward an Integrated Analysis of Sociopolitical and Ecological Risks
organized by Steven WOLF, Nadine ARNOLD, Rolf LIDSKOG, & Jens ZINN
- Crisis and State Capacities
organized by Alan SCOTT, & Stephanie ALENDA,
- Going Beyond Organisational Professionalism. Exploring the Role of Work Settings for Professionals in the Digitalised Era
organized by Lara MAESTRIPIERI, & Thiago PIMENTEL
- Historical Sociology of Organizations
organized by Robert VAN KRIEKEN, & Stewart CLEGG
- How Organizations Make People: Identities, Subjectivities, and Agencies
organized by Leopold RINGEL, & Kathia SERRANO VELARDE
- Meta-Organizations, Meta-Organizing and Grand Challenges
organized by Heloise BERKOWITZ, Martine GADILLE, & José Augusto LACERDA
- (Meta)Theorizing in Organizational Sociology
organized by Thiago PIMENTEL, & Robert JUNGMANN
- More Than a Buzzword: Wellbeing in Uniformed Organizations
organized by Jamie FERRILL
- Organising Precarity and Inequality in the Gig Economy
organized by Norbert EBERT, & Selvaraj VELAYUTHAM
- Organizational Networks: Innovation and Learning in Response of Organizational Challenges
organized by Adriana FASSIO, & Maria Gabriela RUTTY
- Organizations and Digital Innovation
organized by Cornelia FEDTKE, Marco JÖSTINGMEIER, & Anna SKRIPCHENKO
- Organizing through Standards and Value Hierarchies
organized by Allison LOCONTO, & Nadine ARNOLD
- Whistleblowing and Social Justice
organized by Tina UYS
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