Personal Values in Strategy Making
T. K. Das, City University of New York
A volume in the series: Research in Strategy Science. Editor(s): T. K. Das, City University of New York.
Call for Book ChaptersWe announce the second volume in the new book series Research in Strategy Science. This projected volume, Personal Values in Strategy Making [PVSM], will bring together some of the latest thinking on the key issues concerning the role and significance of personal values of strategy makers in the strategy making process. By selecting a number of cutting-edge research perspectives, frameworks, models, theories, and empirical findings that inform the subject, the chapters in this book will serve as a compendium of promising ideas to provide some rigorous impetus for a critical area of research in strategy science. Authors are encouraged to propose both theoretical and empirical treatments of the subject.
We invite you (and your associates) to contribute a chapter to this projected volume [PVSM]. If you are willing to contribute, please send us your chapter proposal by March 31, 2018 (for a chapter of around 25-40 pages, approx. 6000 to 10000 words, although longer manuscripts may also be acceptable in special cases). Proposals should be made on one single-spaced page, and consist of your name, affiliation, email address, a tentative title, an abstract, and the structure of the planned chapter. The proposal should cover as much essential detail of the chapter contents as you can furnish at this initial stage. Please include a second page with a brief biography and a list of relevant professional publications. All proposals should be sent as a single Word file of 2 pages to the Editor at TK.Das@baruch.cuny.edu. The publication schedule is as follows:
Proposals for chapter due: March 31, 2018
Notification of chapter proposal acceptance by: April 30, 2018
Full chapter due: September 30, 2018
Feedback on chapter by: November 30, 2018
Final version due: January 31, 2019
Anticipated publication: Summer 2019
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