The annual Scancor Symposium on Institutional Analysis will be held at EMLYON Business School, 31st Aug. – 5th Sep. 2015. As usual, the symposium will be in two parts: morning lectures open to all, and afternoon workshop sessions for selected PhD students only.
Public Lectures: every morning from 9:30 to 12:30
Monday • Institutions and materiality
Walter W. Powell, Stanford University
Bernard Forgues, EMLYON Business School
Tuesday • Institutions in historical perspective
Victoria Johnson, University of Michigan
Grégoire Croidieu, Grenoble Ecole de Management
Wednesday • Institutions and STS
Jason Owen Smith, University of Michigan
Phillipe Monin, EMLYON Business School
Thursday • Institutions and hybrids
Patricia Bromley, University of Utah
Anne-Claire Pache, ESSEC
Friday • Institutions and economic sociology
Bruce Carruthers, Northwestern University
Marie Laure Djelic, ESSEC
Workshop Sessions: every afternoon from 2:00 to 5:30
In addition to public morning lectures, afternoon workshop sessions for PhD students are devoted to discussing both classic and contemporary theoretical developments within institutional theory. The workshop will prepare PhD students to carry out their own research using the methods of institutional analysis.
Monday: Walter W. Powell, Stanford University
Tuesday: Victoria Johnson, University of Michigan
Wednesday: Jason Owen Smith, University of Michigan
Thursday: Patricia Bromley, University of Utah
Friday: Bruce Carruthers, Northwestern University
How to apply to the PhD workshop
Interested students should submit an application describing the reasons for their interest, and include their resume, a recent course paper written in English, and a letter
of recommendation from their advisor. Applications should be submitted no later than May 1st to both: Bernard Forgues <email@example.com> and Annette Eldredge <firstname.lastname@example.org>
PhD students from the Nordic countries that are the core supporting members of the Scandinavian Consortium for Organizational Research, and from partner universities are given priority. Other PhD students are welcome to apply as well, and will be admitted based on available space, but they will have to register at a higher fee.
Course Credit: 5 ECTS points.
Fee: €250 for Scancor students, €500 for non-Scancor students.