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Marco Di Tommaso, Associate Professor of Industrial Economics,
University of Ferrara and China-Italy School of Policy
Baruch Lev, Professor of Accounting and Finance,
Stern School of Business, New York University
Giovanni Schiuma, Associate Professor of Management,
University of Basilicata and Cambridge University
Manfred Schwaiger, Professor at the Institute of Market-Based Management,
Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU), Munich
JC Spender, Professor of Organization Theory and Strategy,
ESADE, Barcelona, and Lund University
Stefano Zambon, Professor of Business Economics,
University of Ferrara (Coordinator)
The seminar will alternate lectures from well known professors and presentations by the students and young scholars on their research works so to get input and suggestions, in a friendly and collaborative environment.
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Keeping up with the same spirit from Catania’s very successful last doctoral Seminar, we would like to extend the invitation to all doctoral students or young scholars working on topics in the range of visualizing, measuring and managing intangibles and intellectual capital from a variety of theories, practices and relevant research methods including topics on entrepreneurship and innovation in SMEs to present their thesis work at the doctoral Seminar.
The Seminar will be highly interactive and will feature sessions of professional academicians and experienced researchers in the field. The Seminar provides a unique platform for doctoral and young scholar students to present and discuss their research work-in-progress and get instant feedback from experienced researchers in the field. Not only do Doctoral students and young scholars gain the opportunity to exchange comments and views with fellow colleagues, but also they become acquainted with, and explore emerging themes, theory and methodology in visualizing, measuring and managing intangibles and intellectual capital.
We encourage all doctoral candidates at every level to apply and present their work, either in the earlier stages (proposals), work in progress (with preliminary findings) or at advanced level (with or without final results). This is because a doctoral Seminar is a place for knowledge diffusion where young scholars compare and cross-examine their research work in progress, whilst consulting with highly qualified professors/expertise and experienced researchers in a knowledge-rich environment that is both motivating and inspiring but also challenging.
Moreover, the doctoral and young scholar Seminar coincides with the 7th EIASM Interdisciplinary Workshop on Intangibles, Intellectual Capital and Extra-Financial Information which will offer students augmented insight into the prevailing arguments, theories and methodologies in the field.
All doctoral and young scholar candidates who are researching within the relevant field of study of visualizing, measuring and managing intangibles and intellectual capital, or within the topics listed below or close to the listed topics, are encouraged to apply.
The list of relevant topics includes, but is not limited to,
- Innovative intellectual capital and intangibles management practices
- Intellectual capital Statements and the their organizational, managerial roles
- The relevance of Intangibles for value creation
- Measuring and Managing intangibles
- Intangibles and social, environmental, and sustainability reporting
- Entrepreneurship and intellectual capital in learning organisations
- Intellectual capital in the ‘new normal economic environment’
- Intangibles and information technology in new media
- Information systems and their potential for the management and measuring of intangibles
- Role of social sciences and other disciplines in the research on intangibles
- Continuous innovation for value creation and sustainability
Come and sail with us on Open Seas of Knowledge as per Kozminski University logo!
|POSTER PRESENTATION OF RESEARCH WORK
Monday, 26 September 2011
Unlike the traditional PowerPoint slides, in this years’ “EDEN DOCTORAL & YOUNG SCHOLARS SEMINAR”, participants are kindly requested to present their research work using posters.
A scientific poster is a large print that summarizes your research project to communicate your work at a scientific meeting.
The key is to keep your text to the minimum such that a person could read and fully understand your work in less than 10 minutes.
You should provide a brief statement of the introduction, method, subjects, procedures, results and conclusions. Your Poster should be easy on the eyes; therefore, you are encouraged to use graphics and only minimal text. Double-space all your text and keep the font big enough to be read from a reasonable distance.
Your poster should usually include the following;
- The name of the presenter and title of the research
- Abstract/Introduction to the subject including references to scholarly material that falls within the field of study undertaken.
- Objectives that need to be addressed or were addressed during the course of the research
- Identification of gaps in the literature, critical analysis and the justification of the research carried out, including theoretical and/or empirical support
- Stages and tasks that are carried out to reach the findings, conclusions, and summary of achievements if available
You will also be provided with continuous feedback or clarifications during the seminar as both faculty and young scholars can go back and review your accessible work presented on the hanging poster.
TIME AND LOCATION
The Seminar will be held Kozminski University in Warsaw (Poland). The programme will start on September 26, 2011 and it is scheduled to end in the afternoon of October 1st, 2011. In the evening of September 25 there will be the first get together at dinner.
The Seminar will be held jointly with the 7th EIASM INTERDISCIPLINARY WORKSHOP ON “INTANGIBLES, INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL & EXTRA-FINANCIAL INFORMATION”. Therefore, on the first three days of the week, students and young scholars will participate in the Seminar. On September 29-30 the participants will join the Workshop, which is held at the same location. On October 1 the students and young scholars will have a concluding day on the Seminar.
The participation fee is 1500 €. This fee includes participation to the seminar, the documents, lodging and full board.
Doctoral students will be assigned rooms for two.
Should you wish a single room, an extra fee of 50 € per night will be charged to you.
Cancellations made before September 10, 2011 will be reimbursed with 10% deduction of the total fee. No reimbursement will be possible after this date.
The Institute offers a limited number of scholarships of 700 € each. Scholarships are strictly limited to students coming from an EIASM Institutional Member (the Academic Council). Allocation of the scholarships is entirely at the discretion of the European Institute.
Interested doctoral students should register online (and add the required documents) no later than August 19, 2011 (NEW DEADLINE) . Besides doctoral students, other researchers may participate. The number of participants will be limited to create a stimulating environment. The selection among the applicants will be conducted by the Institute’s Faculty. They will review the following documents which should necessarily complement each application form:
- the applicant’s curriculum vitae demonstrating his/her capabilities of doing research ;
- a letter of recommendation of his/her local faculty supporting the application ;
- a two-page description of his/her doctoral research, indicating the general objectives.
Contact person at Kozminski University: Mr. JOHN MULENGA JMULENGA@KOZMINSKI.EDU.PL
For more information, please contact:
Ms. Nina Payen
EDEN Manager, EIASM -
PLACE DE BROUCKÈRE-PLEIN - 31 - 1000 BRUSSELS - BELGIUM
Tel: +32 2 226 66 61 - Fax: +32 2 512 19 29