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The  Nagymaros conference event, 2020

2022 Nagymaros Conference

Date: June 19-22
Time: 18:30–15:45
Where: ESMT Berlin, Schlossplatz 1, 10178 Berlin

About

The Nagymaros Conference is an international conference on economic sociology (with a special focus on organizational sociology) – a core line of research within the organization and management field. It brings together a selected group of scholars from leading US, European and Asian institutions to discuss questions at the frontier of the field. Since its inception over two decades ago, it has been hosted every year by a different institution.

Event overview

  • Program

    Preliminary program

    Downloadable program eventually will be added.

       
    Sunday, June 19

    18:30

    Reception
    ESMT Garden

    (By invitation only).


      
    Monday, June 20

     

    DAY 1

    9:30


     

    Plenary Session

    Aruna Ranganathan and Aayan Das
    On My Own Time: Asynchronous Teamwork and Gender Differences in Performance.

    10:30

    Session 1

    10:30-11:15
     

    Rens Wilderom and Alex van Venrooji
    The Dance of Markets and Movements.

    11:15

    Coffee break

    11:30

    Session 2

    11:30-12:15
     

    Michael T. Hannan
    Rethinking Organizational Ecology in Light of Developments in Cognitive Science
    and Natural Language Processing

    12:15-13:00 
     

    Gaël Le Mens, Balázs Kovács, Michael T. Hannan, Guillem Pros
    Measuring Typicality in Sociological Research.

    13:00

    Lunch break

    14:45

    Session 3

    14:45-15:30

     

    Elizabeth G. Pontikes and Amanda J. Sharkey
    When do Firms Benefit from Positioning in Multiple Market Categories? The Conditional
    Effects of Competitive and Descriptive Similarity on Sales.

    15:30-16:15
     

    Abraham Oshotse
    Strategic Differentiation in Cultural Markets: The Benefits of Conspicuous
    Category Spanning.

    16:15

     Coffee break

    16:30

    Session 4

    16:30-17:15
     

    Jerker Denrell, Michael Christensen, Thorbjørn Knudsen, Chengwei Liu
    Making the Best Use of Diversity: When Fast Learning is Superior to Slow.

    17:15-18:00
     

    Lászlo Pólos
    Perception, Communication, and Inferencing.

     

    Please enjoy your free evening


      
    Tuesday, June 21

     

    DAY 2

    9:30

     

    Plenary Session

    Douglas Guilbeault, Solene Delecourt, Tasker Hull, Ethan Nadler,
    Bhargav Srinivasa Deskian, and Mark Chu
    How Images Amplify the Digital Gender Gap.

    10:30

    Session 5

    10:30-11:15

    Jan Nimczik, Gianluca Carnabucci, Min Liu
    A Closer Look at the Gender Glass Ceiling Hypothesis: Evidence from
    Linked Employer-Employee Data in Germany.

    11:15

    Coffee break

    11:30

    Session 6

    11:30-12:15

    Anjali Bhatt and Jennifer E. Dannals
    The Role of Others’ Attention in Learning Organizational Culture.

    12:15-13:00

    Susan Olzak
    School Shootings, Protests, and the Gun Culture in the U.S.

    13:00

    Lunch break

    15:30

    2-hour boat roundtrip

    18:00

    Dinner at the International Club of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    (by invitation only!)


      
    Wednesday, June 22

     

    DAY 3

    9:30

    Plenary Session

    Bryan K. Stroube and David M. Waguespack
    Status and Expected Quality.

    10:30

    Session 7

    10:30-11:15

    Matthew Barlow, Olga M. Khessina, Ying Li, Samira Reiss, and Cameron Verhaal
    Flying Solo: How Exogenous Shocks Influence Evaluations of Self-Publishing
    Producers in the Board Game Industry.

    11:15

    Coffee break

    11:30

    Session 8

    11:30-12:15

    Jon Atwell and Adrian Apaza
    The Context of Ruggedness: Why NK Interdependencies Often Do Not Inhibit
    Effective Search.

    12:15

    Lunch break

    13:45

    Session 9

    13:45-14:30

    Geoffrey Borchhardt and Olav Sorenson
    Entrepreneurship as the Safe Option: Evidence from India.

    14:30-15:15

    Alicia Barroso, Xiaofei Qu, and Samira Reiss
    Informative Promotional Claims and Authenticity: A Study of COVID
    Highlights in Restaurants.

    15:15

    General Discussion/Planning for 2023

    15:45

    Conference Closing

  • Program committee

  • Registration

    Registration is by invitation only! Emails with details will be sent out shortly.

  • Directions

    The event will be held at ESMT Berlin, Schlossplatz 1, 10178 Berlin, which is close to Alexanderplatz and directly across from the new Berlin Palace and Humboldt Forum.

Hosted by

Gianluca Carnabuci

Professor of Organizational Behavior and Ingrid and Manfred Gentz Chair in Business and Society, ESMT Berlin

Anna Emelianov

Organizer, Program Manager

Administrative contact

Sponsors

 

 


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