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First International Network on Trust (FINT) 2019

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Description


FINT is celebrating as we organize the 10th FINT Workshop on ‘Trust Within and Between Organizations’ inJanuary 2019! In 2001, the first workshop was organized in Amsterdam by our founding member Katinka Bijlsma and, ever since, trust research and the workshop have been growing strongly. To celebrate this great research output of the trust community and to feature more of those exciting discussions on where trust is heading, we now organize this 10th workshop in the Swiss mountains. Surely, trust as a topic could not be more relevant in times when global leadership and many organizations face trust repair and distrust issues in abundance. This creates a window of opportunity where trust research can bridge the practice gap we so often face as academics.


This FINT workshop seeks to provide a forum in which we further develop our trust knowledge within an inspiring community. We are open to all research questions pertaining to current trust research and invite the submission of proposals for symposia, thematic panels, interactive workshops, and other innovative sessions, in addition to individual papers (see below for the specific requirements).


In order to benefit from a great variety of perspectives and to make FINT 2019 a truly interdisciplinary and unique workshop, we are happy to announce our distinct keynote speakers:

Director General Yves Daccord
Professor Roberto Weber
Professor Nicholas J. Wheeler


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When


9th - 11th January 2019
 

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Who Should Attend


We welcome both junior and senior contributor representatives of the academic and practitioner communities from a wide range of academic disciplines, using qualitative and quantitative methods, with empirical and theoretical insights to offer. Hence our call for papers is deliberately broad.


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Benefits of Attendance


This FINT workshop seeks to provide a forum in which we:

1. Further develop our trust knowledge within an inspiring community. 

2. Are open to all research questions pertaining to current trust research 

3. Offer opportunities to present:

a) Doctoral Colloquium Paper: Doctoral students and early career researchers are encouraged to submit here.
b) First Cut Paper: Papers under development which will be featured in conference sessions designed to provide the maximum amount of feedback.
c) Conference Paper: Full paper close to publication.


4. Offer the opportunity to attend and present in symposia, thematic panels, interactive workshops, and other innovative sessions


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Location


Conference Host: 
University of St. Gallen, FAA-HSG (Switzerland)

Conference Venue: 
Hotel Einstein, St. Gallen (Switzerland)
Berneggstrasse 2
CH-9000 St. Gallen

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Paper Submission Details


We invite submissions of: 

1. Doctoral Colloquium Paper: Doctoral students and early career researchers are encouraged to submit a paper for review and feedback at the doctoral colloquium on the 9th of January (3000 words). 

2. First Cut Paper: These papers under development will be featured in conference sessions designed to provide the maximum amount of feedback to authors. Papers in this category should be submitted as an extended abstract. (1500 words). 

3. Conference Paper: Well-developed manuscripts nearing journal submission or publication can be submitted to the "Conference Papers" section. (3000 words).

Deadline: 1 June 2018


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Speakers


Keynote speakers:

Yves Daccord: Director General of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Geneva, Switzerland

Roberto Weber: Professor of Economics at the University of Zurich, Switzerland

Nicholas J. Wheeler: Professor of International Relations and Director of the Institute for Conflict, Cooperation, and Security at the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom


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Programme


 http://www.fint-2019.ch


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Provider Information


FINT - The First International Network on Trust was created in 2001 at the Workshop on 'Trust Within and Between Organizations' in Amsterdam as a group of academics and practitioners from around the globe who are interested in the study of trust.


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Accommodation


http://www.fint-2019.ch/accommodation



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Contact

 

All contact and submissions can be made via the conference website http://www.fint-2019.ch
 

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Event Price
 


Early Bird Fees

Regular incl. Doctoral Colloquium 
670,- CHF (ca. 570,-€)

Regular 
530,- CHF (ca. 450,-€)

Student incl. Doctoral Colloquium 
420,- CHF (ca. 360,-€)

Student 
280,- CHF (ca. 240,-€)

Doctoral Colloquium Only 
140,- CHF (ca. 120,-€)

Participants, who register for FINT2019 before November 1st 2018 will benfit from our special “Early-Bird” Discount Rates. Registrations made after this date will be charged with our regular fees.

Regular Fees
Regular incl. Doctoral Colloquium 
730,- CHF (ca. 610,-€)

Regular 
580,- CHF (ca. 490,-€)

Student incl. Doctoral Colloquium 
460,- CHF (ca. 390,-€)

Student 
300,- CHF (ca. 240,-€)

Doctoral Colloquium Only 
150,- CHF (ca. 130,-€)


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Book Now


To book your place please go to: http://www.fint-2019.ch

 

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9th January 2019   to   11th January 2019
Event Information
Event Provider FINT
Date / Time 9-11 January 2019
Venue Hotel Einstein, St. Gallen (Switzerland) Berneggstrasse 2 CH-9000 St. Gallen
Event Type Conference
Target Audience All Levels
Price
Booking Deadline
Link to Booking Form http://www.fint-2019.ch
Contact http://www.fint-2019.ch
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