CSOS-IMS Interdisciplinary Workshop

 Goldsmiths, University of London

June 29 2015

Venue: 302 Professor Stuart Hall Building

Join us for this interdisciplinary workshop on Management and Social Science topics, organised by the Institute of Management Studies (Goldsmiths) & the Centre for Social and Organisational Studies (Henley School of Business). If you would like to participate, please send an email either to Costantions Repapis (c.repapis@gold.ac.uk) or Mario Campana (m.campana@gold.ac.uk).

Workshop Program



9:30-10:00           Welcome statement by Professor Frank Bond (Director of IMS, Goldsmiths)


10:00-10:50        Kleio Akrivou (CSOS, Henley Business School) Towards (more) integrity in academia, encouraging long-term knowledge creation and academic freedom

11:00-11:50        Patrizia Kokot (CSOS, Henley Business School) Locating fertility in the workplace: assisted reproductive medicine, motherhood and the nation at work

12:00-12:50        Dan Nunan (CSOS, Henley Business School) Pioneers or pirates? Exploring discourses of piratical innovation


13:00-14:30        Lunch


14:30-15:20        Mario Campana (IMS, Goldsmiths) @mariocampana Between counterperformativity and materiality: a critical perspective on complementary currencies

15:30-16:20        John Latsis (CSOS) and Constantinos Repapis (IMS) From Neoclassical Theory to Mainstream Modelling: Fifty Years of Moral Hazard in Perspective.

16:20-17:00        Roundtable Publishing in Academic Journals: Targets, Timetables, Reviewers


17:00-18:30        Drinks on the Professor Stuart Hall Building Terrace.

18:30                   Dinner at ReynA Turkish Restaurant (near New Cross Station).