Registration window: Now through June 30
Please register at https://kusurvey.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6P6aDXluoY1NAqy
Registration is capped at 100 people, on a first come, first served basis
Behavioral ethics research, aimed at understanding the causes and consequences of (un-) ethical behavior in organizations, is thriving. However, many studies rely on research approaches that emphasize internal validity over external validity and generalizability. While informative, ethics researchers are calling for the field to better take into account the contextual complexity of organizational life. Theoretical advances are needed on ethics phenomena that occur "inside organizations" or the field risks losing its credibility. For this reason, this year's behavioral ethics PDW seeks to offer insight on how to enhance researchers' methodological toolkit, and to help develop future research ideas that better incorporate different (field) research designs into behavioral ethics research. This is the fifth rendition of this PDW, which is set up in two parts. The first part of the PDW consists of eight future-oriented Pecha Kucha presentations followed by a plenary discussion. The second part consists of interactive breakout room sessions with around 12 people per breakout room. To facilitate networking, attendees will be asked, on the link above, to rank order the breakout rooms according to their preference. Attendees will be selected into two breakout rooms for around 20 minutes each. We will reach out to all attendees to submit two-three (research) questions per room ahead of the Academy.
This year's Pecha Kucha presenters are:
Following is the list of breakout rooms. Each attendee will be asked to rank order the breakout rooms and will be selected into two, and spend about 20 minutes in each.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Niki A. den Nieuwenboer (The University of Kansas)
Marie S. Mitchell (The University of Georgia)
Linda K. Treviño (The Pennsylvania State University)