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Call for Papers

Seventh International Conference on Emotions and
Organizational Life (EMONET VII)

Researchers interested in studying emotions in organizational settings are invited to submit papers for EMONET VII, to be held in Montreal, Canada, August 4–5, 2010. The conference is organized by the Emonet e-mail discussion group, an international network of scholars working in this field, established in January 1997 and now affiliated with the Academy of Management’s list server.

Theoretical and empirical papers are invited on any topic of relevance to the study of emotions at work, including the determinants of emotion; the nature and description of emotion; and processes and effects of emotion at the organizational, team, and individual levels. The conference papers will be considered for inclusion in Volumes 7 and 8 of the JAI Press Annual Series, Research on Emotion in Organizations, now published by Emerald Group Publishing (see
www.emeraldinsight.com/1746-9791.htm).  Papers on the twin themes, compassion and passion and green management are especially welcome.

The deadline for receipt of papers is March 15, 2010. Papers should be submitted via the Emonet Web site (see below) and will be subject to blind review. Papers should be no longer than 40 pages of double-spaced 12-point Times Roman text in length and should be formatted according to the submission guidelines for the Academy of Management.  See the Emonet Web site for more details.

Papers for Emonet VII must be submitted via the conference submission links on the Emonet Web site,
http://www.uq.edu.au/emonet/ (click on the Emonet VII link). For more information, please e-mail one of the conference co-chairs, Neal M. Ashkanasy (UQ Business School, University of Queensland), n.ashkanasy@uq.edu.au; Charmine E. J. Härtel (Department of Management, Monash University), charmine.hartel@buseco.monash.edu.au; or Wilfred J. Zerbe (Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary), wilfred.zerbe@haskayne.ucalgary.ca.