Category: "SNSF"

A “Timely” IMCA project proposal approved by SNF

Congratulations to IMCA’s Prof. Michael Gibbert whose research project on the role of time in qualitative theorizing has been granted funding by the Swiss National Science Foundation.   Over the course of the next four years, Prof. Michael Gibbert will collaborate with Lakshmi B. Nair of the University of Utrecht (and an IMCA alumnus) and … Continue reading “A “Timely” IMCA project proposal approved by SNF”

Let’s talk about outliers: IMCA project proposal approved by SNF

The project proposal “(How) are Outliers Used for Theory Building in Management and Organization Science? The Link Between Rigor and Impact in Deviant Case Analysis” by IMCA members Prof. Michael Gibbert (main applicant) and PhD Candidate Lakshmi Balachandran Nair was approved by Swiss National Science Foundation. This three year project targets the issue of inadequate … Continue reading “Let’s talk about outliers: IMCA project proposal approved by SNF”

“The Role of Spatiotemporality in Identity Translation Work: A Processual Account” financed by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF)

IMCA Professors Mengis and Lurati have secured a three years grant from the SNSF. The generous support will allow for analyzing how organizations geographically bound to a particular region (the Locarnese) translate the identity of a major recurring event (the Festival del Film di Locarno) into their identity discourse and practice. Examining how the temporal … Continue reading ““The Role of Spatiotemporality in Identity Translation Work: A Processual Account” financed by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF)”

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