EDEN DOCTORAL SEMINAR ON SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS (SNA): THEORY AND METHODS
|EDEN DOCTORAL SEMINAR ON SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS (SNA): THEORY AND METHODS|
SANTORINI, JUNE 11-15, 2012
- INTRODUCING EDEN
- EDEN IN ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR - STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
- PROGRAMME COORDINATOR
- PROGRAMME OBJECTIVE
- AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
- REGISTER ONLINE
EDEN calls to everyone’s mind the garden of earthly delights to which the Book of Genesis refers. It evokes the attractive and creative environment that EIASM offers to young promising scholars who undertake the exciting doctoral adventure.
Through the creation of EDEN, EIASM will contribute to the most critical phases in a scholar’s life cycle : i.e. his/her introduction to and early growth on the academic market. Thanks to its unique image and its organizational competitive advantages (core of associations, autonomy and flexibility), EIASM can indeed be very efficient at :
- inserting young doctoral fellows into a highly stimulating system where European researchers can interact (within and across associations), sharing common objectives and concerns ;
- helping them in the positioning of their own work in relation to European research generally : expose them to various research traditions and orientations, open their minds to the international/global perspectives to be adopted when looking at the Management environment, make them aware of the challenges Management is facing in Europe (globalization, new technologies, etc.) ;
- creating a network of European educators active at the doctoral level in Management.
The development of EDEN will be organized around an integrated set of doctoral seminars which will bring participants into systematic interaction, leading them to comparing their approaches and cross-examining their research work. It will consist of a mix of intensive one-week seminars dealing with advanced research methodology issues in Management, as well as with the frontiers of their specific area of interest.
EIASM involves not only the best doctoral students and their supervisors, but also the institutions to which they belong. Therefore the doctoral seminars will be decentralized : alternating locations and establishing « linkages » with leading European Business Schools. Since June 1988, when the programme was launched, 2010 doctoral students from all over Europe have become EDEN fellows and 238 professors have acted as EDEN faculty members.
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28 Nov 2021