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EAWOP Small Group Meeting
“Selection and assessment in Europe: Recent Trends and challenges/advances”

21-23 June 2011, Athens, Greece
 
For the complete call, go to https://eawopsgm.wordpress.com/
 
This meeting will be a small scale workshop following the established tradition of similar EAWOP small group meetings. We plan a small-scale workshop over three days with approximately 25-30 participants and plenty of time for discussion. We hope to attract new and on-going research on the selection and assessment topics in order to explore mutual interest, and build collaborative networks between selection researchers across Europe. Special attention will be provided to PhD students presenting their early research, with the opportunity to interact with one of the experienced EAWOP members participating in the SGM.
 
100 euros (including welcome party, coffee breaks, two lunches and the conference dinner). Doctoral students can benefit of a special fee of 50 euros. Participation in the SGM is limited to 30 participants. Travel and accommodation costs will have to be covered by participants.
 
Abstracts of papers (max. 500 words) should be submitted by January 15th  of 2011 through the SGM’s website (https://eawopsgm.wordpress.com/). After the review process each author will be notified about the acceptance of the submitted abstract, before the end of February 2011. Full papers must be submitted before 1st of June 2011. Maximum paper length: 5.000 words (tables, figures and references not included). Papers will be made available on the SGM website for all participants, so that all information can be studied before the small group meeting takes place.
 
The outcomes of the meeting will appear in the form of a position paper submitted to EJWOP. In addition, the organizers seek to publish selected papers (that can also be revised after the discussion on the conference) in a special issue of an academic journal.
 
Contact person:       Ioannis Nikolaou, Assistant Professor in Organizational Behaviour,
Department of Management Science and Technology,
Athens University of Economics and Business
76, Patission Ave., 104 34 Athens, Greece tel.: +30-2108203766