Teaching Events 1st cohort

 

Events of the first cohort

Events in the winter semester 2007/2008


List of current events for the winter semester 2007/2008 (available in German only)

Invited lectures in the winter semester 2007/2008




Events in the summer semester 2007


List of current events for the summer semester 2007 (available in German only)

Invited lectures in the summer semester 2007


  • Tuesday, 24. April 2007

    Prof. Kenneth Koput, PhD

    University of Arizona, Eller College of Management

    Research Seminar: "The Horse's Hoof (and other parts): Social Identity, Path Dependence, and Path Breaking in the Equine Industry"

    10-12 Uhr, Boltzmannstr. 20, 14195 Berlin, Kaminzimmer
    To register, email Mrs Boldt

    Further information


  • Monday, 23. April 2007

    Prof. Kenneth Koput, PhD

    University of Arizona, Eller College of Management

    Research Seminar: "The Spider's Web: Cohesion and Network Path Dependence"

    16-18 Uhr, Boltzmannstr. 20, 14195 Berlin, Kaminzimmer
    To register, email Mrs Boldt

    Further information




Events in the winter semester 2006/2007


List of current events for the winter semester 2006/2007 (available in German only)

Invited lectures in the winter semester 2006/2007


  • Thursday, 15. Februar 2007,

    Prof. Dr. Günther Ortmann

    Professur für Allgemeine Betriebswirtschaftslehre, Helmut-Schmidt-Universität, Hamburg

    Discussion: "Postarchimedisches Management"

    16-18 Uhr, Garystr. 21, 14195 Berlin, Kaminzimmer
    To register, email Mrs Boldt

    Further information


  • Friday, 16. Februar 2007,

    Prof. Dr. Günther Ortmann

    Professur für Allgemeine Betriebswirtschaftslehre, Helmut-Schmidt-Universität, Hamburg

    "Das Kleist-Theorem - Vorgriff und Nachträglichkeit. Facetten eines post-archimedischen Managements"

    10-12 Uhr, Boltzmannstrasse 20, 14195 Berlin, Kaminzimmer
    To register, email Mrs Boldt

    further information


  • Wednesday, 7. Februar 2007,

    Prof. Dr. Renate Mayntz

    Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung Köln

    Discussion: "Soziale Mechanismen in der Analyse gesellschaftlicher Makro-Phänomene"

    13-14:30 Uhr, Garystr. 21, 14195 Berlin, R 315
    To register, email Mrs Boldt

    further information


  • Saturday, 4. November 2006,

    Prof. James Mahoney, Ph. D.

    Northwestern University, Chicago

    Research Seminar: "Path Dependence and the Study of Causal Complexity"

    9-10:30 a.m., Harnack-Haus, Ihnestraße 16-20, 14195 Berlin, Sitzungssaal 1
    To register, email Mrs Boldt


  • EIASM-Conference „Organizing Path – Path of Organizing“

    T wo articles about the EIASM-Workshop of the last autumn (3./4. November 2006) at the Freie Universitaet Berlin are now released at the Internetplatform sozlog.
    sozlog EIASM 1
    sozlog EIASM 2


Events in the summer semester 2006


List of current events for the summer semester 2006 (available in German only)

Invited lectures in the summer semester 2006


  • Friday, 14. July 2006,

    Prof. Linda Argote, Ph. D.

    Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh

    "Organizational Learning - Path dependency and Path breaking"

    8:30-10 a.m., Boltzmannstr. 20, 14195 Berlin, Kaminzimmer
    To register, email Mrs Boldt


  • Monday, 3. July 2006,

    Prof. Martha Feldman, Ph. D.

    University of California

    "Organizational Routines as a Source of Continuous Change"

    2-4 p.m., Boltzmannstr. 20, 14195 Berlin, Kaminzimmer
    To register, email Mrs Boldt


  • Tuesday, 9. May 2006,

    Prof. Ray Stokes, Ph. D.

    University of Glasgow

    "Path dependence and the historian's craft"

    2-6 p.m., Garystr. 21, 14195 Berlin, R 315


Events in the winter semester 2005/2006


List of current events for the winter semester 2005/2006 (available in German only)

Invited lectures in the winter semester 2005/2006


  • Wednesday, 30. November 2005,

    Prof. Dr. Werner Rammert

    TU Berlin, Institut für Soziologie

    "Innovationsverläufe und Innovationsbiographien"

    16-18 p.m., Boltzmannstr. 20, 14195 Berlin, Kaminzimmer

    Registration and further information


  • Friday, 25. November 2005,

    Prof. Robert Burgelman, Ph. D.

    Stanford Graduate School of Business

    "Co-evolutionary Lock-in: Grounded Theorizing of Strategy Making and Organizational Evolution"

    10-13 p.m., Boltzmannstr. 20, 14195 Berlin, Kaminzimmer

    Registration and further information


  • Wednesday, 23. November 2005,

    Prof. Dr. Thomas Risse

    FU Berlin, FB Politik- und Sozialwissenschaften

    "Governance in Räumen begrenzter Staatlichkeit - Pfade und Pfadabhängigkeiten"

    14-16 p.m., Boltzmannstr. 20, 14195 Berlin, Kaminzimmer

    Registration and further information


  • Thursday, 3. November 2005,

    PD Dr. Jürgen Beyer

    Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung

    "Achtung Generalisierungsgefahr! Warum QWERTY ein Ausnahmefall der Pfadabhängigkeit ist"

    14-16 p.m., Boltzmannstr. 20, 14195 Berlin, Kaminzimmer

    Registration and further information


  • Wednesday, 2. November 2005,

    PD Dr. Jürgen Beyer

    Max-Planck-Institut für
    Gesellschaftsforschung

    "Pfadabhängigkeit ist nicht gleich Pfadabhängigkeit!" (discussion)

    18-20 p.m., Garystr. 21, 14195 Berlin, R 315

    Registration and further information




Events in the summer semester 2005


List of current events for the winter semester 2005 (available in German only)

Invited lectures in the summer semester 2005


  • Wednesday, 29. June 2005,

    Prof. Keith Provan, Ph. D.

    University of Arizona

    Research Seminar: "Modes of Network Governance and Implications for Network Management"

    12s.t.-14 p.m., Boltzmannstr. 20, 14195 Berlin, Kaminzimmer


  • Thursday, 12. May 2005,

    Prof. Peter Karnoe, Ph. D.

    Copenhagen Business School

    Research Seminar: "Bricolage or Breakthrough?"

    12-16 p.m., Boltzmannstr. 20, 14195 Berlin, Kaminzimmer


  • Tuesday, 10. May 2005,

    Prof. Peter Karnoe

    Copenhagen Business School

    Research Seminar: "Path Creation"

    13-16 p.m., Garystr. 21, 14195 Berlin, HS 103


Further event notes

DRS