|Sept. 1 - Onsite|
|Member||US$ 85||US$ 115|
|Non-Member||US$ 105||US$ 135|
The importance of political institutions in structuring markets and shaping firm outcomes is increasingly appreciated across multiple areas of strategy research. Moreover, as scholarship in the emerging subfield of nonmarket strategy has highlighted, political institutions are themselves often shaped by the strategic activities of firms. This extension seeks to bring together scholars interested in the broader role of political institutions in strategy research with those focusing on the area of nonmarket strategy to address issues and questions of common interest. The extension will provide participants with an opportunity to think more critically about the role of political institutions in strategy research, identify open questions, theoretical blind spots, as well as the strengths and weaknesses in extant empirical approaches. In doing so, the extension will highlight potential new directions for collaboration across strategy subfields.
This will be a full day workshop on Friday, so we recommend attendees plan to arrive in Madrid on Thursday night.
Thursday, September 20
19:00: Welcome Reception
Friday, September 21
8:30: Registration & Light Breakfast
9:05: Welcoming Remarks by Salvador Carmona
9:15: Keynote - Jean-Philippe Bonardi
10:15: Coffee Break
10:30: Panel - Nonmarket Strategy: Strategies to Shape Political Institutions
12:00: Coffee Break
12:15: Keynote - David Coen
13:15: Lunch and Lunch Speaker - Luis Garicano
15:00: Panel - Political Institutions and Their Effects on Firm Strategy
16:30: Closing Remarks
Political institutions & strategy research
Political institutions & nonmarket strategy
How can we better link research within the discipline that highlights the role of political institutions, as well as establish stronger connections to other disciplines?
We are pleased to be hosting this extension at IE Business School.
IE Business School
Calle de María de Molina 11-13-15