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Session Type: PDW Workshop
Program Session: 40 | Submission: 10909 | Sponsor(s): (STR, ONE, SIM, IM, TIM)
Scheduled: Friday, Aug 10 2018 8:00AM - 11:00AM at Swissôtel Chicago in Lucerne III
 
Paper Development Workshop: Strategy, Climate Change and the Energy Transition
Strategy and Climate Change
Theme: Improving LivesResearch

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Chair: Michael Nippa, Free U. Bozen, Bolzano
Chair: Sanjay Patnaik, George Washington U.
Panelist: Ruth V. Aguilera, Northeastern U.
Panelist: Juan Alcacer, Harvard U.
Panelist: Rodolphe Durand, HEC Paris
Panelist: Christopher Marquis, Cornell U.
Panelist: Phillip Phan, Johns Hopkins U.
Panelist: Douglas A Schuler, Rice U.
Facilitator: Shahzad Ansari, Cambridge U.
Facilitator: Glen Dowell, Cornell U.
Facilitator: Kira Rachel Fabrizio, Boston U.
Facilitator: Caroline Flammer, Boston U.
Facilitator: Chang Hoon Oh, Simon Fraser U.
Facilitator: Jonatan Pinkse, U. of Manchester
Climate change is one of the most important challenges mankind will face in the coming decades. A wide variety of leaders in business and government are increasingly acknowledging the urgency of climate change and warning of its dire consequences for our economic, political and social systems. As a result, calls for a significant transition of our energy systems and economies toward a low-carbon future are becoming salient. As Howard-Grenville et al. (2014)’s article on society’s grand challenges, as well as the president of the AOM’s address in 2017 highlighted, there is a need to increase research efforts on climate change in the management and strategy fields. However, research on this important topic still is a nascent area within management and strategy, especially in light of the magnitude of climate change as an economic and business challenge. Pursuing high- quality research in management and strategy that is focused on climate change and the coming energy transition is therefore ever more important, particularly given the significant role firms play in producing greenhouse gases and potentially finding innovative solutions for a low-carbon future. Building on the AOM 2017 PDW on “Climate change and Strategy”, this year’s PDW will focus on supporting scholars to develop high-quality papers related to these important issues. Starting with a panel of top journal editors and followed by interactive small group sessions where registered participants will receive feedback from accomplished scholars on their paper drafts, the paper development workshop will be of benefit for a wide variety of different AOM stakeholders.
Pre-registration is required for this session. To register online, please visit https://secure.aom.org/PDWReg. Please contact the workshop organizer spatnaik@gwu.edu or michael.nippa@unibz.it to obtain the approval code. The deadline to register online is July 15, 2018. Interested applicants should submit by Jun. 10: (1) A full paper (preferably with a significant empirical part) related to the above mentioned topics OR (as an exception) only a paper proposal (no more than 5 pages) with the understanding that a full paper will be ready by July 27th. (2) A separate cover document with paper title, author(s) ranked in order of their contribution and short bios. Submissions should be sent via email to spatnaik@gwu.edu and michael.nippa@unibz.it with the subject heading “AOM PDW 2018 climate change applicat
  
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