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The theme of the fourth international workshop of Daughters of Themis: International Network of Female Business Scholars, is ‘Innovating Business Models for Sustainability’. Participants have been selected based on a highly competitive call for papers.
Daughters of Themis: International Network of Female Business Scholars is pleased to announce the programme for its third annual workshop on the theme of ‘Interdisciplinary work and transdisciplinary outcomes’. The aim of the annual workshop is to provide a forum for open, intimate and inspiring discussions about female business scholars’ common areas of interest and is open to all in the broad field of business including but not limited to disciplines of law, economics, accounting, organizational studies, political science and sociology.
In 2015, Daughters of Themis organised its first and highly successful workshop in Greece. In 2016, a lovely guesthouse on the island of Kea in Greece was selected as the venue, with the workshop proceedings held from Monday 30 May through Friday 3 June and with social events on Saturday 4 June, before closing of the workshop and return back home on Sunday 5 June. Also the 2016 workshop was a great success, as this report illustrates.
Papers from the 2016 workshop will be included in an edited volume, with Beate Sjåfjell and Irene Lynch-Fannon as editors.
Papers from the 2015 workshop are forthcoming in a special issue of the International and Comparative Corporate Journal, edited by Beate Sjåfjell and Roseanne Russell.
This workshop will be preceded by a conference in Thessaloniki 2 June 2015 on the topic of Stimulating Business in a Europe in Crisis: Evolving Trends and the Case of Greece. While the conference is open for all, participation at the workshop is by invitation only for members of Daughters of Themis: International Network of Female Business Scholars. The aim is for the workshop to be informal, inspiring and innovative, so that we return home with new energy and fresh ideas. This workshop will be the first of an annual series of workshops for the network.