A special focus on this year’s conference will be given to the effects of pay on organizational behaviour. The effects of pay, pay inequality, and pay transparency on organizational behaviour, but also on peoples lives are in the focus of current reward management research. How can organizations influence these effects, and how are they influenced by these effects? How do individual and cultural differences influence these effects? Contributions on these and other currents topics of reward management research will be welcomed.
December 13th - 14th 2019
Who Should Attend
This conference focuses on recent relevant academic research in the field of reward management. We seek submissions on topics related to the theme, but also other reward issues at all levels of analysis: theoretical, empirical, and case approaches are welcomed. The conference also serves as a bridge between academics and practitioners; we invite submissions written from either primary view or those with combination purposes. In addition to the academic programme, a number of reward professionals will also be invited to exchange ideas and stimulate the dialogue between researchers and practitioner
Paper Submission Details
Please submit an extended abstract of no more than two pages using the following sub-heading to guide your summary :
► Purpose (mandatory)
► Design/methodology/approach (mandatory)
► Findings (mandatory)
► Research limitations/implications (if applicable)
► Practical implications (if applicable)
► Social implications (if applicable)
► Originality/value (mandatory)
The deadline for abstract is
September 15, 2019
To be acceptable, proposals MUST be submitted only through this web site !!
All submissions must be in English.
Please click HERE to submit ON LINE.
Professor Ingrid FULMER
Rutgers University, U.S.A.
Professor Carrie LEANA
George H. Love Professor of Organizations and Management,
University of Pittsburgh, U.S.A.
Conny Herbert ANTONI
University of Trier, Germany
Vlerick Business School, Belgium
David B. BALKIN
Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado, Boulder, U.S.A.
Stephen J. PERKINS
Global Policy Institute - London Metropolitan University, U.K.
Jason D. SHAW
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Work Psychology and Leadership - Department of Industrial Engineering and Management - Aalto University School of Science, Finland