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Call for PDW Participants: Research in Compensation

  • 1.  Call for PDW Participants: Research in Compensation

    Posted 18 days ago
    Edited by Ji Hyun Kim 18 days ago

    ***Apologies for cross-posting***

    We invite you to join the PDW Workshop on compensation at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2024 in Chicago, "Navigating the unprecedented workplace challenges with compensation research (#12979)"

    We will have Roundtable Sessions and Guided Panel Discussions under three themes:

    1) Integrating compensation research with other management topics: How can compensation research offer more comprehensive knowledge and speak to a broader audience?

    2) Aiming for theoretical advancements: How can we extend the existing theories?  Are they outdated? Should we come up with new theories that are more applicable to contemporary issues?

    3) Conducting research in the right way: What kind of research methodological paradigms do we need to provide meaningful, timely implications?

    Attendees will have chances to hear insights from our wonderful panelists and discuss challenges in conducting compensation research.

    David Balkin - U. of Colorado
    Peter Bamberger - Tel Aviv U.
    Alan Benson - U. of Minnesota
    Michelle Brown - U of Melbourne
    Samantha Conroy - Colorado State U.
    John Delery - U. of Arkansas
    Barry Gerhart - U. of Wisconsin
    Felice Klein - Boise State U.
    Jirs Meuris - U. of Wisconsin
    Anthony Nyberg - U. of South Carolina
    Sanghee Park - Hanyang U.
    Tae-Youn Park - Sungkyunkwan U.
    Dorothea Roumpi - Penn State U.
    Michael Sturman - Rutgers U.
    Charlie Trevor - U. of Wisconsin
    Ingo Weller - LMU Munich

    The PDW will be held on Saturday, Aug. 10th, 10:00AM – 12:30PM CT at Swissotel, Lucerne III, sponsored by Human Resources (primary), Organizational Behavior, Strategic Management, and Careers Divisions.

    We highly recommend submitting the form (https://nus.syd1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5sxcXetNknb1pIi) for pre-registration due to limited capacity.

    For any inquiries, please contact the organizers: Ji Hyun Kim (jhkim@nus.edu.sg) or Hanbo Shim (hanbo.shim@uta.edu).

    We look forward to meeting you at our workshop!

    Ji Hyun Kim & Hanbo Shim

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    Ji Hyun Kim
    Assistant Professor of Management
    NUS Business School
    National University of Singapore

    Hanbo Shim
    Assistant Professor
    College of Business
    University of Texas at Arlington