Academy of Management | Public and Nonprofit (PNP)
Call for Submissions & Notice of Award Opportunities
Vancouver, British Columbia | Aug 7-11, 2015
2015 PNP Division Scholarly Program: Call for Submissions
About the PNP Division. The Public and Nonprofit Division (PNP) of the Academy of Management focuses on multidisciplinary, multi-method research on public and nonprofit organizations. Relevant Topics for Submission. All topics relevant to PNP’s interests are welcome, including those related to organizational behavior, decision making, strategy, transparency and accountability, publicness, diversity and inclusion, human resource management, collaboration and conflict, public service and community building, performance measurement and management, public service motives, theories of governance and the social and ethical dimensions of public and non-profit activity. We are also interested in topics of organizational management, processes, social innovation/enterprise, and performance as they relate to public, NGOs/nonprofit organizations. International perspectives and comparisons are encouraged. Submissions related to the 2015 Academy of Management Program theme, Opening Governance, are particularly welcome.
Instructions for Submission. We seek completed papers and proposals for panels and symposia. The deadline for submissions is January 13, 2015 at 5:00 PM ET (NY Time) at http://aom.org/annualmeeting/submission/ Only electronic submissions are accepted. The submission system opens in early November.
PNP Division Awards. The PNP Division is home to the following awards:
**The Charles J. Levine Award for the Best Conference Paper
** Best Doctoral Student Conference Paper, sponsored by Sage Publications
**Best Dissertation Award, sponsored by Jossey-Bass
**Best Book Award, from published works of the last three years
**Best Article Award for publications in the previous calendar year
**The Carlo Masini Award for an outstanding conference paper addressing the behavior of public and/or nonprofit organizations.
** Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory (JPART-PNP) Top Reviewer Award
For more information on the awards and nomination processes please see the Division's website at http://division.aomonline.org/pnp/.
Questions and comments should be addressed to the PNP Division's 2015 program chair, Robert K. Christensen, University of Georgia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please also consider participating by reviewing for this conference: http://aom.org/annualmeeting/review/