Since its foundation in 1971, the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management has dedicated itself to raising the profile of European Management Research with respect to other established scientific disciplines, as well as the business world. We are European in origin, whilst being global in our outlook!
On the occasion of its 50th anniversary, the institute reaffirms its mission to foster and support innovative, rigorous, responsible and impactful research in management, governance and related disciplines. In this perspective, the EIASM Board wanted the institute to be able to provide the communities of the members of its Academic Council with a series of discussions on subjects that are both interdisciplinary and suitable for Grand Challenges we are currently facing in doctoral education and research in Management.
Prof. Chris CHAPMAN, University of Bristol, UK
Having previously researched the ways in which people work to make accounting relevant to operational decision making in a variety of contexts including restaurants and professional service firms, Chris' current research focuses on the design of cost systems for healthcare providers, control and big data, and he is also researching the link between accounting for sustainability and management accounting. Chris is an editor of The Accounting Review, a past Editor-in-Chief of Accounting, Organizations and Society and past President of the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management.
Common challenges facing qualitative researchers are how to explain the nature of discipline and rigor in the analysis of often loosely structured data with complex to define boundaries, put towards the analysis of potentially evolving questions. This can make the writing of method sections bound by the confines of journal articles particularly challenging. The topic for discussion will be about these challenges, and some strategies that might be useful to help make more visible the skill and care of the researcher.
This webinar will take place on Friday, 18th of June 2021 at 10.30 CET.
It is available ONLY for participants coming from an EIASM Academic Council Member (see deatils below). Online registration via this website is mandatory. The meeting link will be sent to registered participants a couple of days before the date of the event.
Registration deadline: June 16 (midnight CET).
This event is available only for EIASM Academic Council Members 2021 (see list here). If you are part of one of these univeristies/schools you can register online.
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