11th Organizational Behavior in Health Care (OBHC) Conference
“Coordinating Care across Boundaries and Borders”
May 13-May 18, 2018
Join us for OBHC 2018 on the island of Montreal, a vibrant mix of Old World charm and North American energy. The 2018 OBHC Conference, the primary activity of the Society for Studies in Organizing Healthcare, will be jointly hosted by McGill University (Faculty of Medicine), l’Université de Montréal (École de Santé Publique) and HEC Montréal (Le Pôle santé). The conference will take place in the heart of this charming city, at the Centre Mont-Royal.
The Organizational Behavior Department at the Questrom School of Business, Boston University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position starting July 1, 2018, pending Provost budgetary approval.
Candidates should have a Ph.D. in organizational behavior or a related field (e.g., psychology or sociology) by the position start date. Prospective candidates must demonstrate a track record of, or high potential for: (1) producing original and innovative scholarly work of the highest possible quality and impact; (2) teaching effectiveness, especially at the undergraduate level; and (3) the desire to contribute to the intellectual community of the Department and School.
The Interdisciplinary Program in Organizational Studies in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts at the University of Michigan seeks applicants with a Ph.D. for a full time Lecturer III position to begin September 1, 2018. This is a non-tenure track position with a university year appointment.
Duties and responsibilities for this Lecturer III position are expected to include four (4) courses per year as well as departmental service, including advising undergraduate students. We seek candidates capable of teaching organizational theory at the micro and/or macro levels, research methods, and seminars on topics related to organizations.
The University of Michigan Interdisciplinary Program in Organizational Studies solicits applications for a tenure track faculty position to begin September 1, 2018. Candidates at all levels are encouraged to apply. This is a university year appointment. The deadline for receiving applications is October 1, 2017.
Organizational Studies is a small (approximately 100 students) highly selective undergraduate major in the arts and sciences. We seek applications from a wide range of disciplinary and interdisciplinary backgrounds in the social sciences and professional fields. Candidates must demonstrate excellence in research and teaching related to organizational theory and behavior, broadly defined. We especially seek applicants committed to undergraduate mentorship and innovative teaching methods. Joint appointments with other units at the university are possible. Applications must include cover letter, CV, statement of current and future research plans, writing sample(s), statement of teaching philosophy and experience, and evidence of teaching excellence (evaluations) and syllabi (if available).
Call for abstracts for panel entitled “Price, value and worth: Conceptualizing social practices of (e)valuation” at the International Sociological Association’s World Congress next summer in Toronto, Canada, 15-21 July 2018. This will be one of 13 sessions organized by Research Committee 35 Conceptual and Terminological Analysis, and one of 23 sessions organized by the Economy & Society research committee (RC02). Although the conference is next summer, the deadline for submitting abstracts is fast approaching: September 30, 2017, 24:00 GMT.
Call for Abstracts for panel entitled, “Interpreting and questioning finance as social relationships” at the International Sociological Association’s World Congress next summer in Toronto, Canada, 15-21 July 2018. This will be one of 23 sessions organized by the Economy & Society research committee (RC02). Although the conference is next summer, the deadline for submitting abstracts is fast approaching: September 30, 2017, 24:00 GMT.
Dates and location:
Mannheim Centre for European Social Research (MZES) of the University of Mannheim on Friday, November 17 and Saturday, November 18, 2017.
Labor market and economic sociologists take notice of each other less often than common concerns might suggest. This ignorance is particularly troubling amid the large-scale influx of immigrants and refugees into established economies over the past few years in particular and the past decade in general. Among these changes, issues of employment and emergent economic activities, which both fields focus on, gain in significance and salience. Labor market sociologists demonstrate that unregulated labor markets are neither free nor fair, diminishing hopes for quick integration. A focus on the distribution of relevant worker characteristics over a range of social dimensions such as class, gender, and ethnicity allows labor market sociologists to develop more constructive views of labor market mechanisms. Economic sociologists scrutinize dynamics around the establishment of larger social objects such as industries and “informal economies”, some of which are dominated by immigrant ethnic groups. In more specific settings, economic sociologists have found evidence that ethnic diversity—an obvious consequence of migration—increases the resilience of common market mechanisms. The conference seeks to foster a dialogue between the two views in order to develop conceptual, analytical, and empirical strategies that help us study and understand the forces undergirding the recent developments and their consequences.
Name, title, and abstract (250 words)
Deadline: September 10, 2017 (LEMS2017@mzes.uni-mannheim.de)