Call for papers to the SIG 14 track T14-02 “Management History, Theory, and Philosophy” at the EURAM 2021 Conference in Montréal
Track description: The Management History, Theory, and Philosophy track addresses historical and philosophical foundations and challenges of management and organisation theory and practice. Knowledge of these foundations and challenges is vital for developing creative management solutions to persistent organisational problems, overcoming intellectual lockdowns, and shaping the futures of our disciplines.
Open to all paradigms, this track invites decidedly philosophical, historical, theoretical and conceptual contributions from scholars with backgrounds in management and organisation studies, sociology, economics, anthropology, history, philosophy, information science, communication studies, and further appropriate disciplines addressing issues and challenges in following non-exclusive fields:
- Business history
- History of economic thought
- Management philosophy
- Management theory
- Organization theory
- Multidisciplinary management and organization studies
- Futures of management and organization
Submissions to past EURAM tracks co-organised by the proponents have been published or are forthcoming in regular or special issues of journals such as Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Journal of Organisational Change Management, and Futures. Our partner journals this year are the Scandinavian Journal of Management [SSCI 1.891, Scopus, FNEGE**, CABS**, VHB***], the Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences [SSCI .756, Scopus, CNRS**, CABS**], and Futures [SSCI 2.769, Scopus, FNEGE**, CABS**].
Convenors: Steffen Roth, La Rochelle Business School, France, and University of Turku, Finland; Wolfgang Amann, HEC Paris; Vladislav Valentinov, University of Halle; Augusto Sales (email@example.com), FGV EBAPE.
Keywords: Management history, management theory, management philosophy, history of economic thought.
Submission deadline: 12 January 2021. Please see the EURAM 2021 website for details.