Workshop "Micro-foundations of Dynamic Capabilities"

Preparation of the special issue in Management International

Workshop organized by the newPIC chair and KIMO Research group at UOC,
as part of the program of AIMS research group "Resources, Competences, and Dynamic Capabilities"

March 22+23, 2016, Paris, PSB campus

With a call for papers for the HEC Montréal based journal
Management International

  

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Special issue in
Management International

This call for papers associates with the workshop organized as part of the activities of the AIMS research group "Resources, Competences, and Dynamic Capabilities".

The workshop was held in Paris, France,
in PSB (ex-PSB) premises,
on March 22-23 (Tue-Wed), 2016.

 

Co-editors of the special issue

  • Valérie MERINDOL, PSB / newPIC
  • Nicolai J. FOSS, CBS
  • Agusti CANALS, UOC / KiMO
  • David W. VERSAILLES, PSB / newPIC

 

Deadlines

  • AIMS Workshop
    • 20-NOV-2015: Full paper submission
    • 25-JAN-2016: Notification to authors
    • 25-FEV-2016: Deadline for authors' registration
    • 07-MAR-2016: Final papers submission
  • Preparation of the special issue
    • 09-MAY-2016: Revised papers submission to the editors of the spcial issue
    • Summer-2017: Expected publication date

 

Send your revised papers
via email to:

  • workshop (at) newpic.fr

 

"Micro-foundations of
dynamic capabilities"

Main topics

The workshop focuses on the investigation of the micro-foundations in dynamic capabilities. The organizers are looking for research papers confronting theoretical research with field research investigations, either on public or private organizations.
5 main topics have been identified::

  • Dynamic capabilities and (strategic) knowledge management;
  • Dynamic capabilities and ambidexterity;
  • Dynamic capabilities and the effectiveness of best practices;
  • Dynamic capabilities and open innovation;
  • Methodological issues in relation with the investigation of micro-foundations of dynamic capabilities.

 

Keywords

  • Microfoundations;
  • Dynamics capabilities;
  • Open innovation;
  • Ambidexterity;
  • (Strategic) Knowledge Management;
  • SMEs; Global firms;
  • Industry internationalization.

 

JEL codes

  • L22 (Firm organization),
  • M1 (Business administration),
  • O3 (Innovation),
  • F23 (Multinational firms),
  • D8 (Information & Knowledge)

 

 

  

Comprehensive French- and English-speaking versions of the call are available for download here...
The call for papers issued for the workshop develops a large (yet not comprehensive overview) of the literature on the field of micro-foundations and dynamic capabilities.

  

Deadline
for sending
your (revised) papers
to the editors of
the special issue:
Monday, May 9th, 2016

Misc.

Articles are accepted both in French AND in English.

Articles submitted to the organizers will go through a double blind referee process organized by the co-editors and the editors of the journal, and compliant with all rules and processes edicted by the journal.

Articles must be formatted according to the guidelines installed by the journal Management International.

  • Articles should not exceed 60,000 characters or 30 pages (including references; excluding tables, figures, and appendices). Please use double-spacing, North American letter-size format (215.9 × 279.4 mm; 8.5 × 11 in), font size 12.
  • Research notes should not exceed 40,000 characters or 20 pages (including references; excluding tables, figures, and appendices). Please use double-spacing, North American letter-size format (215.9 × 2794 mm; 8.5 × 11 in), font size 12.
  • The commentary should not exceed 20,000 characters or ten pages (including references). Please use double spacing, North American letter-size paper (215.9 mm × 279.4 mm), font size 12.

 

All other aspects, including the styles for the presentation of bibliographical references and the abstract, are available from the journal website (cf Style Guide page).

 

We will regularly update this page with new elements about the preparation of the special issue.

 

 

Point of contact:

  workshop (at) newpic.fr