Are you a PhD student? Rollup Image If you are, this free course at the Nord University Business School teaching you an inter-disciplinary approach in conventional studies is for you. By:Hogne Bø Pettersen Published:29. June 2021 kl. 14:00 Main bodyAn increasing number of research communities in social science acknowledge the need for inter-disciplinary approach in conventional studies. In such conditions, understanding the 'theoretical lenses' repertoire and its potential to extend previous knowledge becomes crucial under the quest for contribution to the literature.Nord University Business Shcool in Bodø now offers a course where the overall aim of this course is to learn and reflect upon the contemporary streams of institutional theory and their application to management and accounting research. The course is called "ECO9001 Contemporary strands of institutional theory and their application to management and accounting".The course runs September 7-9, 2021 and November 2-3, 2021Specifically, the course ambition is to equip PhD students with a deeper understanding of institutional logics, institutional entrepreneurship and institutional work, and how these streams can be connected to their own research projects. These three streams of institutional theory are becoming increasingly valuable in management and accounting research. Course factsECTS credits: 7,5Level of course: PhDType of course: ElectiveDuration: 5 daysStudy period: September 7-9, 2021; November 2-3, 2021Year of study: The course is relevant for PhD students at all stages of their PhD projectStudy place: Nord University, Bodø, Norway / ZoomFaculty responsible: Nord University Business SchoolLanguage of instruction: English Responsible for course: Professor Anatoli Bourmistrov, Professor Giuseppe Grossi, PostDoc Evgenii Aleksandrov, Associate Professor Daniela Argento, Professor Katarina KaarbøeCosts: The course itself is free of charge. The course participants must themselves cover the costs for travel, meals and their accommodation during the course. Course evaluation: Students evaluate the course by final evaluation. These evaluations are included in the university's quality assurance system.You will an find more information about the course hereSign up here! By:Hogne Bø Pettersen Published:29. June 2021 kl. 14:00 Right body Contact person Anatoli Bourmistrov Professor +47 75 51 76 73 +47 909 56 042 firstname.lastname@example.org Evgenii Aleksandrov Førsteamanuensis kommunikasjon +47 75 51 76 44 email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter E-mail Print this page Articles published on www.nord.no may be reprinted with reference to the original source. Images on www.nord.no may not be used without the written permission of the Communications Unit. Nord University takes no responsibility for the content of external websites linked to articles on www.nord.no.