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CfP: Special Issue on „Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Academia“ in Journal of Industry and Innovation

The Journal of Industry and Innovation has announced a special issue on Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Academia. Guest editors are Erik E. Lehmann (University of Augsburg, Germany), Michele Meoli (University of Bergamo, Italy), Stefano Paleari (University of Bergamo, Italy), and Sarah A. E. Stockinger (University of Augsburg, Germany). Deadline for submission of full papers is on February 28 2019. Find the full call for papers here or on the journal’s website.

CfP: Special Issue on ‘Theories from the Lab’ in JMS

The Journal of Management Studies (JMS) has issued a call for paper on “‘Theories from the Lab’: How Research on Science Commercialization can Contribute to Management Studies.” The special issue points to an important origin of the scientific knowledge and technology being commercialized – the research laboratory. And it connotes our belief that the science commercialization context can serve as a laboratory for researchers seeking to advance our understanding of key issues in management and organization studies.

The special issue will be edited by Riccardo Fini (University of Bologna, Italy), Einar Rasmussen (University of Nordland Business School, Norway), Johan Wiklund (Syracuse University, USA), and Mike Wright (Imperial College Business School London, UK). Deadline for manuscript submission is 30th September 2016. Find the full call for papers here.

Calls for Papers: Special Issues on Knowledge Intensive Organizations

Universities are knowledge intensive organizations, indeed. As a follow-up of the 4th Ashridge International Research Conference on “Leadership, Management and Innovation in Professional and Knowledge Intensive Organisations”, four Special Issues will be published. The deadlines for submissions are in November 2015. Please find the Calls for Papers below.

CfP: 18th International Conference on Higher Education

Here’s a call for contributions for the 18th International Conference on Higher Education. The scholarly conference provides an interdisciplinary forum for researchers, practitioners and educators to discuss recent trends and and developments in the field of higher education. All accepted papers are published in conference proceedings and can be submitted for publication in a special issue. The conference takes place on April 19-20, 2016 in Boston. Submission deadline is October 19, 2015. For more information, visite the conference’s website.

CfP: Special Issue in Strategic Organization

The journal “Strategic Organization” announced a call for papers for a special issue on “Strategic Management Theory and Universities.” Guest editors are Donald Siegel and David Teece. Deadline for submission of manuscripts is December 31st 2015. See the call for papers for more details.

CfP for special issue: entrepreneurial universities

The journal Small Business Economics announced a special issue on “Entrepreneurial Universities: Emerging Models in the New Social and Economic Landscape”. It is edited by Alain Fayolle, Maribel Guerrero, Magnus Klofsten, Sarfraz Mian, and David Urbano. Deadline for extended abstracts is on December 1st, 2014. Find the full call for papers here.

CfP for special issue: are scholars public service motivated?

We are editing a Special Issue of the International Journal of Manpower on “Human Resource Management and Public Service Motivation”. Public Service Motivation (PSM) is defined as an “individual’s predisposition to respond to motives grounded primarily or uniquely in public institutions and organizations” (Perry & Wise, 1990, p. 368). Given this definition, it seems reasonable that scholars have high levels of PSM. For example, the “commitment to public interest” dimension of PSM seems to correspond to the norm of communism (i.e., scholars share their work with their invisible college for the common good) in the Mertonian sociology of science. However, we still know little about the antecedents and consequences of PSM in higher education organizations. For example, how does PSM moderate the relationship between performance measurement and scientific misconduct? If you have ongoing work in this or closely related fields, please consider a submission to our Special Issue. You find the Call for Papers here.