AOM Members share why they are attending this year’s Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management.

Hear first-hand why members from around the world in different stages of their education and career find value in attending—from making that first important step into the field of management, to expanding their scholarly knowledge, to virtually engaging with fellow colleagues while expanding their knowledge and presenting their research.

Herman Aguinis, George Washington University
United States of America
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Sharon Alvarez, University of Pittsburgh
United States of America
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Jingning Ao, University of Pittsburgh
United States of America
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Jean Bartunek, Boston College
United States of America
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Dillon Berjani, VU University Amsterdam
Netherlands
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Jennifer Bishop, Case Western Reserve
United States of America
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Mairead Brady, Trinity College, Dublin
Ireland
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Jacob Brown, Boston College
United States of America
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Alicia Buyse, Université Laval
Canada
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Eugene Cha, Keio University  
Japan
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Yaminette Diaz-Linhart, Brandeis University  
United States of America
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Jimmy Dongwook, University of Pittsburgh   
United States of America
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Walker Dornisch, University of Connecticut
United States of America
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Amy Fahy, Trinity College, Dublin
Ireland
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Corinne Fenech, University of Glasgow
United Kingdom
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Maw-Der Foo, Nanyang Technological University
Singapore
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Elizabeth George, University of Auckland
New Zealand
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Kathryn Harries, Deakin University
Australia
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Gerard P. Hodgkinson, University of Manchester
United Kingdom
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Patricia Hubbard, University of Auckland
New Zealand
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María José Ibáñez, Universidad del Desarrollo
Chile
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Sarah Kaplan, University of Toronto
Canada
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Chengwei Liu, ESMT Berlin
Germany
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Morgane Loquen, Rennes School of Business - University of Strasbourg
France
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Geoffrey Otieno, Enreal Limited
Nairobi
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Denise Rousseau, Carnegie Mellon University
United States of America
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Eric Sanders, Elmhurst University
United States of America
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Yusaku Takeda, Harvard University
United States of America
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Hovig Tchalian, Claremont Graduate University
United States of America
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Rica Viljoen, University of Reading
United Kingdom
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Sandra Waddock, Boston College
United States of America
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Katherine Xin, China Europe International Business School
China
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Annual Meeting
Key Dates

2021 Annual Meeting

  • Sessions available for viewing through 31 December 2021

2022 Annual Meeting

  • Late November: Call for Submissions and Reviewers published
  • Early December: Submission Center and Reviewer Center open
  • 11 January: Submission Deadline
  • 20 January-17 February: Review Period
  • Early March: Registration opens
  • Late March: Paper and Symposium Decisions announced
  • Late May/Early June: Online Program opens
  • 5-9 August: Annual Meeting
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