Mykolas Romeris University will organize annual international conference ‘Shaping Ethics in Academia and Society: Practices in the Baltic Sea Region’ in Vilnius, Lithuania, from 16 to 17 October 2017. It will focus on ethics management, notably on ethical issues within academia and related society and, in the same vein, on relevant managerial solutions. This conference aims at encompassing formation of ethical behaviour and anchoring ethical principles in academia as a waypoint in a continuum between family; high school; higher education; research, business and labour market as well as society in general.
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Call for applications: 3rd Paper Development Workshop for PhD Students and Early Career Scholars in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE)
This joint paper development workshop (PDW) of EGOS, OS, and OMT seeks to provide developmental opportunities for late stage PhD students and early career scholars who are based in the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and do research in the field of organizational and management studies. The PDW aims to help participants develop their research and academic writing skills. It also seeks to increase participants’ awareness of the requirements, expectations, and procedures involved in the review processes at top peer-reviewed academic journals through presentations and firsthand discussion with established scholars and editors of journals such as OS, JEEMS, and JMS.
In particular, we aim to support participants to develop their papers into conference papers to be submitted to the EGOS Colloquium in Tallinn, July 5-8, 2018 and/or to the OMT Division of the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Chicago, August 10-14, 2018. In addition, the best papers developed out of the workshop will have the opportunity to be considered for publication in the JEEMS – a journal that "aims to promote the development, advancement and dissemination of knowledge about management issues in Central and East European countries”.
The workshop is free of charge. Meals and accommodation will be provided to all selected participants. A limited number of travel grants will be offered depending on needs and funding availability; please indicate in your application if you would like to be considered for such support.
To be considered for the PDW, please submit a brief motivation letter explaining why you think you are a good candidate for the workshop, how you fit into overall aim and format of the planned PDW, in terms of stage of career and research interests. In your submission, please also include an extended abstract (of about 2,000 words) of a manuscript which you would like to develop further during the workshop. The abstract should include an explanation as to the
purpose of the paper, the theoretical background and, for empirical papers, the methodological approach.
Deadline for the submission of applications: 3rd of September 2017
Applications should be sent to Horia Moaşa (email@example.com).
Submitters will be informed whether they have been accepted for participation in the PDW by September 25th 2017.
The international conference Plagiarism across Europe and Beyond aims to be a forum for sharing best practices and experiences by addressing issues of academic integrity. The conference brings several prominent names in the field of academic integrity together from all over the world. With regards to the crucial role of ethics and honesty in academic work, universities are in need of more effective policies against infringements of academic standards. The conference therefore aims to contribute to the standardization of sanctions towards academic misconduct by approaching the issue from several perspectives such as detection and prevention of plagiarism, the impact of text-matching software, types of plagiarism, teaching norms of best practice, and institutional and national standards. As academic integrity is considered to be culturally bound, standardizing sanctions requires a careful examination of several related cases from different countries. Due to its geographical location, Turkey bridges not only the continents of Europe and Asia but also various cultures, making it a perfect location for a conference that includes meeting with relevant researchers from all over the world. Plagiarism across Europe and Beyond is jointly organized by Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, the European Network for Academic Integrity and the Council of Europe.