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Designed to showcase the research of doctoral students, Cambridge Judge Business School will be hosting its 13th Doctoral Conference on Monday 5 December 2016.

Submissions are invited from current doctoral students at Cambridge Judge Business School, the Institute for Manufacturing, the Faculty of Economics, and the Faculty of Human, Social and Political Science of the University of Cambridge.

A best paper award will be presented to the author of the best paper from all submissions.

Note: Only current students are eligible for the best paper award.

Conference Programme

  • Time Programme
    9.00 - 9.30Coffee/Croissants and Registration (Venue: Common Room)
    9.30 - 11.15Session 1: Social Preference and Comparison
    Venue: Lecture Theatre 3
    Session Chair: Geoffroy Dolphin

    • Raghabendra, Kc -- Spillover of the Competitive Spirit.
      Abstract; Discussant: Francisco Brahm
    • Xena Welch Guerra -- Garbage Can Processes in Target Selection
      Abstract; Discussant: Francisco Brahm
    • Francisco Brahm -- Leadership, Social Preferences and Productivity: Evidence from Trucks.
      Abstract; Discussant: Dominique Lauga
    11.15 - 11.30Tea/Coffee Break (Venue: Common Room)
    11.30 - 13.00Session 2-I: Econometrics and RCT for the good of the world
    Venue: Lecture Theatre 3
    Session Chair:Raghabendra KC

    • Joe Gladstone -- Health Risks or Costs: A Randomized Controlled Trial to Improve Medication Adherence In Pharmacies.
      Abstract; Discussant: Jarrod Vassallo
    • Geoffroy Dolphin -- The political economy of carbon pricing: a panel analysis.
      Abstract; Discussant: Raghabendra Kc
    • Jarrod Vassallo -- Marketing to the Poor: Entry and Expansion of Social Enterprises in Emerging Economies.
      Abstract; Discussant: Joe Gladstone
    Session 2-II: Authenticity, Work and Corruption
    Venue: Castle Teaching Room
    Session Chair: Charles Ebert Charles Ebert

    • Senhu Wang -- Work Orientations Disentangling Structural and Cultural Determinants.
      Abstract; Discussant: Mark Ramsden
    • Maima Aulia Syakharoza -- Keepin' It Real: Understanding Authenticity Work.
      Abstract; Discussant: Stella Pachidi
    • Armando Martins Brelaz de Castro -- Institutional Maintenance of Corrupt Networks: the Case of Petrobras.
      Abstract; Discussant: TBC
    13.00 - 14.00Lunch (Venue: Common Room)
    14.00 - 15.30Session 3: Multi-sectoral Knowledge, Digital Innovation and Purpose
    Venue: Lecture Theatre 3
    Session Chair: Niklas LindlbauerTBA
    • Corinna Frey -- A Pragmatic View on Multi-Sectoral Knowledge in Practice. Enacting Results-Based Management Systems in Emergency Response.
      Abstract; Discussant: Stella Pachidi
    • Stavros Polykarpou -- 3D Printing our Imagination? Organising for Digital Innovation in the Healthcare Sector.
      Abstract; Discussant: Stella Pachidi
    • Charles Ebert -- The What, Why and How of Purpose-Driven Organisations.
      Abstract; Discussant: Shahzad Ansari

    15.30 - 15.40Tea/Coffee Break (Venue: Common Room)
    15.45 - 16.30Keynote Speech by Professor Eero Vaara, Professor of Organization and Management at Aalto University School of Business, Helsinki, Finland. He has previously served as the Chair of European Group of Organizational Studies (EGOS) and as representative-at-large of the Board of Governors of the Academy of Management. Professor Vaara now serves on the Editorial Board of Academy of Management Discoveries, Organization Studies, Strategic Management Journal and an associate editor of the Academy of Management Journal. (Venue: Lecture Theatre 3)
    16.30 - 17.30Panel Dicussion "Life in Academia after the JBS PhD" -- Raina Brands (Assistant Professor, LBS), Joe Gladstone (Assistant Professor, UCL), Giulia Cappellaro (Assistant Professor, Bocconi University), Blaine Landis (Assistant Professor, UCL) -- Venue: Lecture Theatre 3
    17.30 - 18.00Closing Speech by Professor Michael Barrett, Professor of Information Systems and Innovation Studies, Cambridge Judge Business School; Best Paper Award and Photography (Venue: Lecture Theatre 3)
    17.45 - 19.00Conference Drinks
    19.30 - 21.30Conference Dinner, Dress code: informal. (Venue: St Catharine's College, Senior Combination Room)
    Groups will leave from the foyer of Judge Business School at approximately 19:15-19:20 to walk to St Catharine's College.
  • Time Programme
    9.00 - 9.30Coffee/Croissants and Registration (Venue: Common Room)
    9.30 - 11.15Session 1: Organisation Theory and Strategy - I
    Venue: Lecture Theatre 3
    Session Chair: Laura Claus

    • Nina Andreeva -- The process model of an open strategy episode with unintended consequences.
      Abstract; Discussant: Christian Hampel
    • Yang Liu -- Resurgence of Socioemotional Wealth in Family Firms.
      Abstract; Discussant: TBD
    • Stavros Polykarpou -- The Social Value of Information Technology (IT): How is IT Enacting Hospital Reputation?
      Abstract; Discussant: Laura Claus
    11.15 - 11.30Tea/Coffee Break (Venue: Common Room)
    11.30 - 12.30Keynote Speech by Professor Christoph H. Loch, Director of Cambridge Judge Business School and Professor of Management Studies, and Non-executive Director of educational software start-up company Prendo. (Venue: Lecture Theatre 3)
    12.30 - 13.30Lunch (Venue: Common Room)
    13.30 - 15.15OT/IS and Strategy - II
    Venue: Lecture Theatre 3
    Session Chair:Antoine Feylessoufi

    • Christian Hampel -- Institutional Reincarnation: "The Impossible Project" of Reviving Analog Instant Photography, 2008-2014.
      Abstract; Discussant: Dr. Rene Wiedner
    • Gregory Peters -- Deconstructing entanglement: Bringing a Schatzkian perspective to illuminate new dimensions of sociomateriality.
      Abstract; Discussant: Dr. Matthew Jones
    • Corinna Frey -- What if we took ‘in practice’ seriously? Evidence-based practices in humanitarian organisations.
      Abstract; Discussant: Dr. Matthew Jones
    15.15 - 15.30Tea/Coffee Break (Venue: Common Room)
    15.30 - 17.15Session 3: Marketing
    Venue: Lecture Theatre 3
    Session Chair: Geoffroy Dolphin
    • Jarrod Vassallo -- Branch location decisions in emerging markets: Hybrid logics and their performance implications.
      Abstract; Discussant: Dr Paul Kattuman
    • Jing Wang -- Analysis of Emergency Internet Public Opinion and Its Evolution.
      Abstract; Discussant: Dr. Shasha Lu
    • Francisco Brahm -- Incentives in firms: Disentangling direct and strategic effects.
      Abstract; Discussant: Dr. Vincent Mak

    16.45 - 17.45Panel Dicussion "Life in Academia after the JBS PhD" -- Raina Brands (Assistant Professor, LBS), Joe Gladstone (Assistant Professor, UCL), Giulia Cappellaro (Assistant Professor, Bocconi University), Blaine Landis (Assistant Professor, UCL) -- Venue: Lecture Theatre 3
    17.30 - 18.00Closing Speech by Professor Michael Barrett, Professor of Information Systems and Innovation Studies, Cambridge Judge Business School; Best Paper Award and Photography (Venue: Lecture Theatre 3)
    18.30 - 19.15Conference Drinks
    19.15 - 21.30Conference Dinner, Dress code: informal. (Venue: St Catharine's College, Senior Combination Room)
    Groups will leave from the foyer of Judge Business School at approximately 19:15-19:20 to walk to St Catharine's College.



Past Conferences and Best Papers

Year Best Paper Awards
WDC 2014 Christian Hampel -- From Stigma to Legitimacy: Legitimating the Travel Agency in 19th Century England.
Abstract
WDC 2013Stefano Tasselli -- Motivation, Cognition and Network Dynamics.
Abstract
WDC 2012Blaine Landis -- Reconciling Personality and Social Structure: A Meta-Analysis of Personality, Network Position, and Getting Ahead in Organisations.
Abstract
WDC 2011Thilo Klein -- An economic and econometric model of one-sided endogenous matching.
Abstract
WDC 2010
External link
Photos
Raina Brands (with Martin Kilduff) -- Secret Women's Business: Gender Stereotypes Bias the Perception of Social Networks.

Thilo Klein -- Why India's Urban Poor Choose to Go Private: Hospital Choice Experiments in Slums of Hyderabad.
Abstract; Paper



Submission of Abstracts

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Submission of Full Papers / Extended Abstracts

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Conference Dinner, St Catharine's College, 7.30pm

Attendees who wish to attend the conference dinner need to attend the conference and also need to register separately for the dinner by filling in the form below. Please note that the dinner is only open to attendees with an academic purpose (i.e. MPhil, PhD Students, academics). This year's dinner booking is now open. Please note that it will close this Thursday Nov 24 at noon.






All conference-related enquiries should be emailed to: core@jbs.cam.ac.uk