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What is the International Doctoral Consortium (IDC)?​​​​​​​

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​​The International Doctoral Consortium brings together critical and qualitatively-oriented organizational and management scholars and Ph.D. students worldwide. Together, established and emerging scholars engage with multi-paradigmatic approaches and gain greater exposure to a range of postpositivist approaches.

The IDC includes keynote lectures, paper sessions, and workshops. Paper sessions consist of the presentations and subsequent discussion of three students working on similar or complementary topics. Workshops are built around a range of qualitative approaches (e.g., Actor-Network Theory, auto-ethnography, etc.) to management and organizational studies research.

It is an event run and developed by doctoral students. The Student Organizing Committee  is a wholly student body that plans forthcoming doctoral consortiums, with input from students across the globe.

​​Who is IDC for?​​

The consortium is geared towards:

  • Ph.D. students who present, discuss, and debate topics and methods key to the study of management issues from a critical perspective.

  • Ph.D. students who identify with social change but do not necessarily identify specifically with Critical Management Studies (CMS) and.

  • Ph.D. students who are early in their research and would like exposure to research with a critical impulse.

Why should you attend?​​​

The IDC is a highly developmental program that will provide a unique opportunity to:

  • Develop your research ideas through structured feedback from other doctoral students and faculty.

  • Receive help to move forward in developing and completing your doctoral work in a highly supportive and encouraging atmosphere.

  • Build networks with other doctoral researchers and established academics. The number of participants is limited in order to maintain an intimate feel and allow everyone to become exposed to each others’ work and comments.

  • Attend workshops run by leading scholars.​


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Worshops and speakers

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“Gender, affect and emotion: another look at qualitative research in organizations”

​Marcela Paz Mandiola Cotroneo

Ph.D. and M.A. Management Learning, Lancaster University, UK
Adjunct Professor in the Master in Personnel Management and Organizational Dynamics, FEN UChile. Researcher, Program for Gender Studies and Sexual Diversity, GEDIS, UAH
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“Cocreating forward: How researchers and managers can address grand challenges together”

Gari​ma Sharma

PhD, Case Western Reserve University, MBA, SCMHRD, Pune, India
Assistant Professor, Director BIS in Entrepreneurship, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University

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“Historical sources and Management Studies​”

 Amon Narciso de Barros

PhD and MSc in Administration, CEPEAD/UFMG
Professor at FGV EAESP in the graduate, master, and doctoral programs in Administration​



Organizing Committee​​


 

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Mariano Gentilin
Chair IDC 11
Director Ph.D. in Administration
 Universidad EAFIT
mgentilin@eafit.edu.co​

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Heiko Marc Schmidt
Co-Chair IDC 11
PhD Candidate in Administration​​
Universidad EAFIT
hschmidt@eafit.edu.co

 

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Rodolfo Ferreira Maritan
PhD Candidate in Management​ ​Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV/EAESP)​

rodolfomaritan@gmail.com​

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Sergi Casals Rispau
PhD Candidate in Administration​
Universidad EAFIT


scasals@eafit.edu.co

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Hellen Marquezini
PhD Candidate in Management
Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV/EAESP)

hellenmarquezini@gmail.com

 

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Isabel Cristina Carmona Garcés​
PhD Candidate in Administration
Universidad EAFIT,
Universidad de Antioquia iccarmonag@eafit.edu.co

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​​​Howard Cattermole
PhD candidate in Critical Perspectives on Corporate Sustainability
Responsible & Sustainable Business Lab Nottingham Business School

howard.cattermole2020@my.ntu.ac.uk

 

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