- Conference Chair: Brian Harney, Dublin City University
- Program Chair: David G. Collings, Dublin City University
- PDW Chair: Pawan Budhwar, Aston University
We are pleased to announce that the 3rd HR Division International Conference (HRIC) will be held in Dublin, January 9-11 2019, co-sponsored by the HR Division of the Academy of Management (AOM) and Dublin City University. Check us out at http://www.hric2019.org/
Background to the HRIC
The current Academy of Management membership profile is reaching a significant turning point: more new members now come from outside North America than from within it. In the not-too-distant future, the majority of AOM membership will be based outside North America. The HRIC conferences are designed to better integrate this global community and disseminate HR knowledge to management researchers and practitioners wherever they live and work. Building on the successes of the first HRIC in Beijing, China (June 2014), and the second HRIC in Sydney, Australia (February, 2016), this third HRIC seeks to advance of understanding of HRM in the global context under the theme: "Navigating the Shifting Landscapes of HRM."
The third HRIC offers an opportunity to advance the discussion on the changing landscape of HRM. The HRIC also provides opportunities to share work-in-progress and network with colleagues from academia, industry and government. We will be welcoming conference papers and PDW proposals related to the conference theme: "Navigating the Shifting Landscapes of HRM."
- December 2017 - Launch of the Call for Papers/Proposals
- May 2018 - Deadline for submissions
- August 2018 - Feedback to author(s)
- Registration (https://hric2019.org/registration)
- AOM members eligible for early bird registration until October 31, 2018
- January 2019 - 9th-11th, 3rd HRIC Conference
As a result of its status as an MNC and talent hub, Dublin offers the perfect vantage point to evaluate the shifting landscape of HRM. Dublin City University (DCU) is conveniently located in North Dublin in close proximity to the airport and the city centre. DCU is Ireland's fastest growing university, while the business school is one of only two schools in Ireland to hold AACSB accreditation. We look forward to welcoming delegates to Dublin to foster important conversations and dialogue against a world-renowned social backdrop that is home to the likes of Guinness, U2, and the literary genius of James Joyce and Oscar Wilde.
Dublin City University
David G. Collings
Dublin City University