To help authors prepare their manuscripts for submission, a Special Issue QRAMJ Workshop will be held on 25 and 26 October 2018 at Kozminski University (57/59 Jagiellonska St., Warsaw, Poland).
At the Workshop, papers are presented and discussed in the light of the final submission to the Special Issue. Please be aware that presentation at the Workshop does not guarantee acceptance of the paper for publication in Qualitative Research in Accounting and Management Journal. Next, participating in the Workshop is not a precondition for submitting a manuscript to the Special Issue.
If you are interested in participating in the Special Issue Workshop, please email your paper to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org before 31 August 2018.
Programme will available after acceptance of papers.
Two plenary speakers:
Prof. Barbara Czarniawska (Gothenburg University, Sweden)
Prof. Tomi Kallio (Linnaeus University, Sweden)
Recent decades have witnessed the increasing globalization, corporatization and hybridization of universities. As academics, professionals and students move across national boundaries, international rankings and ratings of universities have become widespread and influential, while various teaching and research measurement systems continue to be developed and applied. Since the 1990s, a radical growth of new managerial models, methods and “calculative technologies” (i.e. mission statements, output performance indicators, annual staff reviews, etc.) has aimed at enhancing performance and assuring quality of research and teaching. It has been also observed that teaching and research performance are now being quantified (Roberts, 2004; ter Bogt and Scapens, 2012; Kallio et al., 2017) more than ever before.
Scholars have focused on the reasons of the metamorphosis of universities into “transnational corporate universities”. The diffusion of the “audit culture” and new bureaucratic mechanisms designed to render the universities more accountable, manageable, efficient and visible through performance measures has been termed “coercive commensurability” or “tyranny of numbers” (Brenneis, Shore and Wright, 2005). The new accounting models of accountability have in several cases introduced new internal relations of power between academics and managers altering historically established roles and equilibria.
The effects of the “audit culture” and “calculative technologies” on academics, managers and other university stakeholders are significantly under-investigated from accounting and accountability perspectives. Through the proposed Special Issue, we hope to reveal the complications surrounding the emerging issues within the complex settings of “hybrid” universities operating at the intersection of the market and state logics.
We encourage submissions, based on case studies and other qualitative methodologies, in different contexts and from scholars across disciplines. Topics of interest include but are not limited to the following issues:
Giuseppe Grossi, Kristianstad University, Sweden; Nord University, Norway
Daniela Argento, Kristianstad University, Sweden
Dorota Dobija, Kozminski University, Poland
Dorota Dobija, Giuseppe Grossi, Wojciech Strzelczyk
Authors should submit their full papers for the QRAMJ Workshop to both email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org before 31th August 2018
The registration should be completed (register using registration form please or your participation confirmation e-mail you can sent to Wojciech Strzelczyk: email@example.com) and the fee paid by 15 September 2018
The QRAMJ Workshop takes place on 25-26 October, 2018
The deadline for the submission to the Special Issue in Qualitative Research in Accounting and Management Journal is the 15th January 2019
The workshop registration fees:
Early registration fee (until 15 September 2018): 200,00 Euros
Early registration fee for PhD students and Emeritus professors (until 15 September 2018): 150,00 Euros
Late registration fee: 300,00 Euros (If the participants will register after 15 September)
The registration fee for the QRAMJ Workshop includes two coffee-breaks, two lunches in campus, one dinner in town, beverages and conference kit.
The payment will be made by bank transfer into the account of Kozminski Univeristy.
Payments in PLN will be made at the National Bank of Poland exchange rate valid on the day of the transfer. Please specify the name of participant and word: „QRAMJ Workshop 2018” within the bank transfer details.
The necessary data for payment is:
Beneficiary name: Kozminski University/ Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego
Beneficiary address: Jagiellonska 57/59; 03-301 Warszawa, Poland
EURO payment account: 22 1160 2202 0000 0000 3260 4533
Open at: Bank Millennium SA
SWIFT code: BIGBPLPWXXX
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