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08 November, 2014

Registration for Workshop on Modelling Routines open for 12 days

Registration for the workshop on "Modelling Routines" is now open, until the 20th November.  Registration is free but essential if you are going to attend.

Register here:
http://www.eventbrite.com/e/modelling-routines-workshop-tickets-14190346709

The draft programme for the day includes an invited talk by Alan Warde, Professor of Sociology, at the University of Manchester’s “Sustainable Consumption Institute”, http://www.sci.manchester.ac.uk/people/professor-alan-warde

Plus contributed papers as follows:
  • Daniel F├╝rstenau. Exploring Interrelated Routine Dynamics from a Network Perspective: A Campus Management Case and Conceptual Model
  • Philipp Singer, Denis Helic, Andreas Hotho and Markus Strohmaier. Bayesian Comparison of Hypotheses about Human Trails on the Web
  • James Doran. An AI Oriented Question: are there Routines that Adjust Routines to Achieve Effective Cooperation?
  • Cara H. Kahl and Matthias Meyer. Contemporary agent-based models of organizational routines
  • Edmund Chattoe-Brown. Three Case Studies in the Evolution of Routines: False Starts and New Opportunities
  • Dermot Breslin. Conceptualizing and Modeling Multi-Level Organizational Co-Evolution
  • Bruce Edmonds, Projection and the Reality of RoutinesTina Balke and Thomas Roberts. Modelling Practices and Routines – Where are the households?

The workshop website is at: http://modellingroutines.wordpress.com/