Special Issue on
“Ownership and Corporate Governance across Institutional Contexts”


Submission Deadline: September 1, 2020


Guest Editors

Xavier Castañer, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Maria Goranova, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA

Niels Hermes, University of Groningen, the Netherlands

Nikolaos Kavadis, University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain

Alessandro Zattoni, LUISS University, Italy

12-14th December 2019

Monash University, Caulfield campus

Conference chairs: 
Associate Professor Ramanie Samaratunge (Monash University, Australia)
Dr Nilupama Wijewardena (RMIT University, Australia) 
Dr Anura Kumara (University of Sri Jayewardenepura)

Monash Business School is proud to host the 16th International Conference on Business Management (ICBM) in December 2019 in collaboration with the University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka and the Sri Lanka Institute of Development Administration. ICBM 2019 will be held under the theme of 'Transforming knowledge into action: Towards sustainable development in emerging economies'.

Human Resource Management Review

Conceptual Development for Future Research
Volume 29, Issue 3, Pages 299-446, September 2019

The latest issue of Human Resource Management Review (HRMR) has been published online athttps://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/human-resource-management-review/vol/29/issue/3.

 In this issue you will find a great set of articles on a wide range of topics and an editorial clarifying what is required to make a conceptual contribution at HRMR and highlighting the different types of conceptual contribution appropriate for HRMR, with suggestions and exemplar articles for each.

Send your conceptual/theoretical work to HRMR, and look to HRMR to inform your research and teaching – it’s a great source for critical reviews, new or extended theories, models, frameworks, insights, research needs, and cutting edge thinking on the full range of HR and related topics.  


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Call for Book Proposals

The new book series entitled 'Gender, Race, and Diversity in Organizations (GRDO)' is aimed at publishing rigorous, innovative and multidisciplinary scholarship for exploration of new areas of development, and re-examination of the existing GRDO knowledge. While the scope of this series is to include the foundation subject domains of gender, race, diversity, and class, and their continued re-examination, the purpose of this series is also to address the emerging themes including inter alia: religion, age, disability and LGBTIQ, and their intersections at the local, regional, and global levels. The series is also committed to link GRDO themes with current identity politics and complex markers of belonging and/or labour movements such as new formations of feminist movements such as Islamic feminisms, nationalism(s), management issues related to refugees and migrants.

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