PhD workshop, 4 October, Copenhagen, Denmark

Goal & Philosophy of the Ph.D Workshop 

The PhD Workshop is a one-day event, aiming the development and mentoring of Phd students whose thesis handles an issue relating to business models in a broad sense. It provides a good opportunity to receive depth feed-backs on earlier or later stage projects of the PhDs, whatever the methodology or the empirical field of the thesis. It allows also building a network of peers working on the business models coming from various backgrounds, institutions, disciplines and countries.  

Please, note that the spirit of the PhD workshop is to be opened to any projects whatever its stage, providing the PhD student submits a short bio and a statement about PhD thesis.

 

Schedule of the session: Room 2.1.042 

11:00 Welcome Speech by organizers
11:15 Introduction Lecture
12:00 Discussion with audience (30 mins)
12.30 Lunch
13.30 Parallel sessions*: Paper workshop
15.30 Break
16.00 Concluding lecture
17:00 Departure for the PhD-dinner

 

Organization of the PhD workshop

First, it is important to note that PhD students may submit a paper for the main conference (held on October, 5th and 6th). They may also register only for the PhD workshop without having submitted a paper for the main conference. PhD students attending the main conference may also attend to the PhD workshop providing they also apply for the PhD workshop.

Participants are required to send in advance the following pieces to the convenors for the application to the PhD workshop: lorenzo.massa@business.aau.dkC.Baden-fuller@city.ac.ukxavier.lecocq@univ-lille.frbenoit.demil@univ-lille.fr :

  • A short CV and bio (1 to 3 pages) outlining especially: (a) your academic disciplinary training at university level (b), your full-time work experience (if significant), (c) your current university and PhD , (d) title of papers published or submitted to conferences (if any).
     
  • A statement of your PhD thesis (2 to 3 pages) underlining: (a) your research questions (or if you have just started, your ambition); (b) the literature you refer to; (c) your methods and eventually empirical fields you investigate or will investigate; (d) your expected contributions (if any at this stage).

You will receive further details and information after sending your application to the convenors of the PhD workshop.
 
Please, note that you can apply between July, 15th and September, 15th. Acceptance to the PhD workshop will be notified ASAP after receiving application so that you can arrange your venue.