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19th Management and Organizations History Conference

XIXe édition des journées d'histoire du management et des organisations

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Published on Wednesday, June 05, 2013 by Luigia Parlati

Summary

Since its inception in 1995, the Accounting and Management History Conference, now History of Management and Organizations Conference, has remained an essential rendezvous for those interested in history and management. It brings together researchers in accounting, management, history, sociology, law and economics.Like every year all the papers proposed are welcome, however we would like to recommend an axis of reflection. Thus, the Association d’Histoire du Management et des Organisations (AHMO), the Institut de Recherche en Gestion (IRG, Université Paris-Est), and the Université Paris-Est – Marne-La-Vallée, with the support of the Association Francophone de Comptabilité, launch a call for papers on the theme of Innovation.

Announcement

Argument

At the meeting point of technology, user needs and market constraints, innovation has an effect on every function of the enterprise. Four types of innovation are usually distinguished: product innovation, process innovation, marketing or organizational innovation.
During this 19th Management and Organizations History Conference, we would like to tackle the subject of innovation within its historical depth and context, considering innovating practices in their broad diversity.

We suggest here some approaches:

  • study the conception practices related to cognitive and organizational mechanisms at stake in innovation and creativity
  • give an insight into innovative environments, networks and transactions generated by innovating teams
  • question the models and tools of innovation management, in their historical dimension
  • analyze the justification, appropriation and diffusion methods of innovation
  • study the institutions of innovation, in particular through the role of patents
  • describe the emerging markets of innovation, and highlight the tools which enable a greater contact with them
  • At last, the theme of innovation raises the problem of resistance to change by the people involved.

In continuity with what was requested during previous conferences, we are expecting papers of an historical nature that cover the fields of accounting, management as well as strategy, new public management, marketing and communication, especially financial communication.
As has been the practice every year, we welcome all communications that have an historical
dimension 

  • PhD guidance / Methodological workshop

All participants are welcome
The conference will start by a PhD workshop on March, 26th, including a guidance of PhD
researches, and in the afternoon, a methodological workshop about "How to write history?",
presented by Patrick Fridenson.
All interested PhD students are required to submit a report. This report should not exceed 10
pages and detail their research proposals (topic, questions), their theoretical framework or
discussion on the theory of their thesis, their methods and preliminary results, and eventually
their main bibliographical references.
PhD students in early and middle stages of their PhD research project are particularly encouraged to participate.

Submission guidelines

Submission deadline for completed papers (min. 30.000 – max. 70.000 characters):

December 15th, 2013

  • Decision of the scientific committee: January 19th, 2014
  • Final version: February 9th, 2014
  • The completed papers in French or English including two abstracts in French and English have to be submitted to the following email address: jhmo@univ-mlv.fr
  • Papers will be subject to a-blind review.

Contact : jhmo@univ-mlv.fr
Website : https://sites.google.com/site/jhmo2014/home

Scientific committee

  • Amina Bécheur
  • Eugénie Briot
  • Ludovic Cailluet
  • Pierre Labardin
  • Eve Lamendour
  • Yannick Lemarchand
  • Michel du Moutier
  • Marc Nikitin
  • Muriel Petit
  • Eric Pezet
  • Nicolas Praquin
  • Pierre Prétou
  • Béatrice Touchelay
  • Catherine Vuillermot

Organizing committee

  • Marianne Abramovici
  • Eugénie Briot
  • Cécile Fonrouge
  • Cédric Poivret
  • Mathias Szpirglas

Places

  • Bâtiment Bois de l'Etang - rue Gallilée
    Champs-sur-Marne, France (77)

Date(s)

  • Sunday, December 15, 2013

Keywords

  • innovation, histoire, management

Contact(s)

  • Comité scientifique Journées d'Histoire du Management et des Organisations
    courriel : jhmo [at] univ-mlv [dot] fr

Information source

  • JHMO Journées d'Histoire du Management et des Organisations
    courriel : jhmo [at] univ-mlv [dot] fr

To cite this announcement

« Innovation », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Wednesday, June 05, 2013, https://calenda.org/252099

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