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Don’t Shoot the Messenger – Power, Agency and Ethics in Translating and Interpreting Work – 24th October, 2018

This interactive workshop is designed and hosted by the New Vic Borderlines as part of an Arts and Humanities Research Council funded project, Translation and Interpretation Work in Multilingual Business Communities: Roles, Perspectives, Agency which investigates how language and translation

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Terms used in Business and other Organisations – Kedge Marseille, 6th December 2018 – CALL FOR PAPERS

For the call for papers, please click here

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CALL FOR PAPERS FOR THE 2019 EAMSA CONFERENCE AT VORARLBERG UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, AUSTRIA Non-routine Environments: European-Asian Business in Times of Shock

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Translating Organizations: A Dialogue between Organization Studies, International Business, and Translation Studies

An international workshop titled Translating Organizations: A Dialogue between Organization Studies, International Business and Translation Studies was held from 26 – 27 April 2018 at Aalto University, Finland and hosted by Professor Rebecca Piekkari from Aalto University, School of Business,

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David Boje – Keynote speech

Professor David Boje, known for his work on critical storytelling, is the invited keynote speaker of the joint conference GEM&L-AGRH-AGeCSO, which will be held during the FNEGE management week 22-23 May 2018. Don’t miss this important event. David Boje’s keynote

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European Journal of International Management Special Issue

We are pleased to announce the publication of a special issue of the European Journal of International Management (Volume 12, Issue 1/2), guest edited by Philippe Lecomte, Helene Tenzer and Ling Eleanor Zhang. The theme of the special issue is

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GEM&L 2018 Deadline Extension

We are pleased to announce that the deadline for submissions to the 12th GEM&L Conference has now been extended to Thursday 25th January. Please submit your short papers online via our website.

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