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[IWS] CALL FOR PAPERS: CRIMT 2015 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE held at HEC Montréal (Montreal, Canada) from Thursday May 21 to Saturday May 23, 2015.
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CENTRE DE RECHERCHE INTERUNIVERSITAIRE SUR LA MONDIALISATION ET LE TRAVAIL (CRIMT)
As part of its Major Collaborative Research Initiatives project, the Interuniversity Research Centre on Globalization and Work (CRIMT) will host an international conference on institutional change and experimentation for shaping the future of work and employment. This conference will take place at HEC Montréal (Montreal, Canada) from Thursday May 21 to Saturday May 23, 2015.
CRIMT 2015 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE AND EXPERIMENTATION: SHAPING THE FUTURE OF WORK AND EMPLOYMENT
CALL FOR PAPERS
The deadline for the submission of proposals is December 1, 2014.
Individual paper proposals should be a maximum of 2 pages, identify the authors and their institutional affiliation, and outline the nature of the study (including the main lines of analysis and methodology as relevant). Workshop proposals should be 3-5 pages in length, identify all participants and their institutional affiliation, and include details on the contribution as a whole, as well as on each individual contribution (2-3 paragraphs for each).
All proposals should be sent by e-mail to Nicolas Roby (CRIMT Scientific Coordinator) at email@example.com. Authors should submit a first draft of their paper by May 8, 2015. Papers will be made available at the time of the conference on a special conference website. Some will be selected for submission to leading refereed journals for inclusion in special issues.
The Interuniversity Research Centre on Globalization and Work (www.crimt.org/EN_Index.html) and its partners look forward to rich and interesting debates by academics and practitioners from all perspectives and from many countries, including emerging economies.
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