Various chair papers accepted at conferences in 2019

The following chair papers have been accepted for presentation at various conferences in 2019. Listed in chronological order:

  1. Florian Ueberbacher and Andreas Georg Scherer, “Frame Performance and the Disruption of Regulatory Capture in the Corporate Tax Avoidance Field”, paper presented at the VHB WK Organization Workshop 2019, University of Münster (Germany), February 13-15, 2019.
  2. Mischa Haberthür, Hannah Trittin, and Andreas Georg Scherer, “Big Business or Social Harm? Towards a Responsible Governance Perspective on Big Data”, paper presented at the VHB WK Organization Workshop 2019, University of Münster (Germany), February 13-15, 2019.
  3. Stefan Schembera and Andreas Georg Scherer, “Institutional and Emotional Dynamics on the Dark Side of Legitimacy: The Case of Anti-Corruption at Internationally Operating SMEs”, paper proposal accepted for 2nd ISME Workshop and Conference on Internationalization of SMEs in the Digital Age – Opportunities and Threats, Free University of Bolzano, April 29-30, 2019.
  4. Dorothee Winkler, Florian Ueberbacher, and Andreas Georg Scherer, “Maintaining Organizational Legitimacy During Ideological Disruptions and Societal Divisions: The Role of Robust Organizational Identity Work”, paper accepted for presentation at the VHB Annual Meeting, Rostock (Germany), June 12-14, 2019.
  5. Christian Hauser and Stefan Schembera, “Towards an integrative perspective on decoupling: Are multinational companies doing CSR to disguise corruption?”, paper accepted for presentation at the European Academy of Management Conference, Lisboa (Portugal), June 26-28, 2019.
  6. Emmanuelle Reuter, Florian Ueberbacher, and Andreas Georg Scherer, “In the Territorial Trap: Swiss Private Banks’ Responses to Transnational Institutional Complexity“, paper accepted for the 35th EGOS colloquium 2019, Edinburgh (UK), 4-6 July, 2019, Subtheme 59: Actor-centered Institutionalism: Comparing Actors, Contexts, Interactions, and Change.
  7. Melanie Richards and Stefan Schembera, “Managing legitimacy through conventionality rather than alignment: Anti-corruption at family versus non-family firms”, paper accepted for the 35th EGOS colloquium 2019, Edinburgh (UK), 4-6 July, 2019, Subtheme 02: Revealing Obscured and Emerging Issues in Organizational Responsibilities.
  8. Cristina Neesham, Thomas Donaldson, Andreas Georg Scherer, Marian Eabrasu, Sarah Glozer, and Abraham Singer, “Exploring Digital Transformation with Philosophical Methods”, PDW proposal accepted for the Academy of Management Annual Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, August 9-13, 2019.
  9. Andrea Lagna, Daniel Beunza Ibanez, and Mark R. DesJardine (Organizers), Paula Jarzabkowski, Andreas Georg Scherer, Emilio Marti, Derek Harmon, and Daniel Beunza Ibanze (Presenters), “Finance in Organization Theory: State of the Art and Future Research Agenda“, symposium proposal accepted for presentation the Academy of Management Annual Conference (OMT, SIM, SAP), Boston, Massachusetts, August 9-13, 2019.
  10. Ariane Segelitz-Karsten, Ronny Reinhardt, Nadine Hietschold, Sebastian Gurtner, and Gianfranco Walsh “Attitude towards Low-end and High-end Innovation”, paper accepted for presentation at the Academy of Management Annual Conference (TIM), Boston, Massachusetts, August 9-13, 2019.
  11. Christian Hauser and Stefan Schembera, “Towards an integrative perspective on decoupling: Are multinational companies doing CSR to disguise corruption?”, paper accepted for presentation at the Academy of Management Annual Conference (SIM), Boston, Massachusetts, August 9-13, 2019.
  12. Florian Ueberbacher and Andreas Georg Scherer, “A Performative Perspective on Institutional Disruption: Investigating Regulatory De-Capturing in the U.K. Corporate Tax Avoidance Field”, paper accepted for presentation at the Academy of Management Annual Conference (OMT), Boston, Massachusetts, August 9-13, 2019.
  13. Nadine Hietschold, Christian Voegtlin, Andreas Georg Scherer, and Joel Gehman, “What Do we Know and Don’t Know about Social Innovation – A Multi-level Review and Research Agenda”, paper accepted for presentation at the Academy of Management Annual Conference (SIM), Boston, Massachusetts, August 9-13, 2019.
  14. Nadine Hietschold, Josh Wei-Jun Hsueh, Philipp Sieger, and Christian Voegtlin “The 2015 European Refugee Event and Founder Social Identities: A Multi-Country and Multi-Level Study”, paper accepted for presentation at the Academy of Management Annual Conference (ENT), Boston, Massachusetts, August 9-13, 2019.
  15. Robin Schnider, “The deliberative Coase theorem: An externality-based view on CSR”, paper accepted for presentation at the Academy of Management Annual Conference (SIM), Boston, Massachusetts, August 9-13, 2019.
  16. Sebastian Gurtner, Julia Katharina Binder (Speaker), Christina Julia Hertel, Ariane Segelitz-Karsten (Organizer), Nadine Hietschold, Ronny Reinhardt (Facilitator), Jelena Spanjol, Katharina Hoelzle (Discussant), “The Impact of Innovation: Creating Research that Matters for Society“, PDW accepted for presentation the Academy of Management Annual Conference (TIM, SIM, ENT, ONE), Boston, Massachusetts, August 9-13, 2019.