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Conferences & Seminars

International Relations & Political Science & Methodology

  1. Guttormsen, DSA 2010, 'Operationalising Pierre Bourdieu: Thinking with and against a Thinker in International Relations Research', Critical Thinkers Workshop, 10th December, Critical International and Poltical Studies (CRIPS) (Department of Politics and International Studies, PaIS, University of Warwick).  
  2. Organised a Panel (with Iván Medina Iborra^ and Carina van de Wetering^^) entitled 'Think Tanks as a Socio-Political Phenomenon -  A Comparative Perspective', PSA Graduate Conference, Oxford, 6-7 December 2010. [COMPLETED]
  3. Guttormsen, DSA 2010, 'Think Tanks: Taking Stock of What We Know, and How We Know It? A Thematic, Methodological and Research Philosophical Exploratory Review', PSA Graduate Conference, Oxford, 6-7 December 2010. [COMPLETED]
  4. Iborra Medina, I^ & Guttormsen, DSA 2010, 'Who Thinks for Me? Think Tanks' Visibility in Contemporary Britain', PSA Graduate Conference, Oxford, 6-7 December 2010. [COMPLETED].
  5. Section Chair (with Chris Rossdale*, PaiS), Political Methodology Section, European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR), Dublin, Ireland, 30 August - 1 September 2010. [COMPLETED].
  6. Panel Chair (Political Methodology Section), European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR), Dublin, Ireland, 30 August - 1 September 2010. [COMPLETED].
  7. Guttormsen, DSA 2010, 'Applicability: Pierre Bourdieu's social theory and American elites' social construction of 'China', European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR), Dublin, 30 August - 1 September 2010 [COMPLETED].
  8. Guttormsen, DSA 2010, 'Unlocking Complexity with Simplicity: A Social Constructionist take on the 'Ethnographic Interview' in Multilingual and Intercultural 'Multi-site' field research', 9th European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies, IE Business School, Madrid, 24-25 June 2010. [COMPLETED] [DOUBLE-BLIND PEER REVIEW]. 
** Daniella Fjellstrom, Doctoral Researcher, Centre for International Business , University of Leeds , United Kingdom.
^ Iván Medina Iborra, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Political Science and Public Law, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain.
^^ Carina van de Wetering, PhD Candidate, School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies, University of Bristol, United Kingdom.
# Paper withdrawn (due to change of co-author's plan, sickness, cancellation of flights)
 

International Business & Management

  1. Guttormsen, DSA 2009, 'Methodological and ethical issues in ethnographic research: A self-reflexivity discourse', 5th Annual Doctoral Colloquium, Northern Advanced Research Training Initiative, Lancaster University Management School, University of Lancaster, United Kingdom, 8-9th July 2009
  2. Guttormsen, DSA 2009, 'An Ethnographic Investigation of Scandinavian Expatriates in Hong Kong - Preliminary Findings', Joint Seminar, David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies (LEWI), Hong Kong Baptist University, 7th January 2009
    • Delivered with fellow LEWI-students, Dr Xiaoqin Tan (Tsinghua University, China) and Miss Catherine Guo (Jilin University, China)
  3. Guttormsen, DSA 2008, 'Scandinavian Expatriates in Hong Kong – An Ethnographic Approach', International Relations Luncheon Seminar Series, Honourable Speaker, Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 4th November 2008
    • Invited by Dr Simon Shen, Assistant Research Professor and Director, International Relations Research Programme, Chinese University of Hong Kong 
  4. Guttormsen, DSA 2008, 'Planning not to plan: Issues in ethnographic field-work in Hong Kong', 4th Annual Doctoral Colloquium, Northern Advanced Research Training Initiative, Durham Business School, University of Durham, United Kingdom, 16-17th July 2008
  5. Guttormsen, DSA 2008, 'When East meets West in Hong Kong: An Ethnography of the Institutions of Intercultural Encounters', PhD Seminar, Centre for International Business, Leeds University Business School, 25th June 2008
  6. Guttormsen, DSA 2008, 'When East meets West in Hong Kong: An ethnography of the institutions of intercultural encounters – How to organise the field-work, and potential contributions', Doctoral Conference, Leeds University Business School, University of Leeds, 3-4th June 2008
  7. Guttormsen, DSA 2008, 'When East meets West in Hong Kong: An Ethnography of the Institutions of Intercultural Encounters', PhD Seminar Series, Leeds University Business School, 19th May 2008
  8. Guttormsen, DSA 2008, 'When East meets West in Hong Kong: An Ethnography of the Institutions of Intercultural Encounters', 4th Scottish Doctoral Management Conference, School of Management, University of St. Andrews, Scotland, 8-9th May 2008
  9. Guttormsen, DSA 2007, 'Explaining Managerial Experiences and Management Performance of Scandinavian Managers during Intercultural Encounters within International Strategic Alliances - a China and India Focus', Academy of International Business – UK & Ireland Chapter - Doctoral Colloquium Stream B, University of Portsmouth, UK, 28-29th March 2007
    • Panel: Professor Anne-Wil Harzing (Lead-Discussant), PhD Director, University of Melbourne, Australia, and Dr Sharon Loane, University of Ulster
 

#Accepted conference papers/abstracts - but withdrawn

  1. Guttormsen, DSA (forthcoming) 2011, 'Bridges and Boundaries in the Void of Transdisciplinarity: Positioning Ethnographic Research in the International Relations Discipline', ISA Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada, 16-19 March 2011. [ACCEPTED]
  2. #Guttormsen, DSA 2010, 'The 'Ethnographic Interview' in Multilingual and Intercultural Field-Research', 36th European International Business Academy, University of Porto, 9-11 December 2010. [ACCEPTED Development paper] [DOUBLE-BLIND PEER REVIEW].
  3. #Guttormsen, DSA & Chapman M 2010, 'Institution of Boundaries of Internationality', 36th European International Business Academy, University of Porto, 9-11 December 2010. [ACCEPTED Poster] [DOUBLE-BLIND PEER REVIEW].
  4. #Fjellstrom, D* & Guttormsen DSA 2010, 'In the Field: Cases of Bringing 'Access' to the Forefront on the International Business and Management Research Agenda', 36th European International Business Academy, University of Porto, 9-11 December 2010. [ACCEPTED Poster] [DOUBLE-BLIND PEER REVIEW].
  5. Guttormsen, DSA (forthcoming) 2010, 'Constructing 'China': American Think Tanks and Culture - How and Why Pierre Bourdieu fits in', ISA Northeast Annual Conference, Baltimore, 5-6 November 2010. [ACCEPTED]
  6. #Rossdale, C** & Guttormsen, DSA. 'Bridges and Boundaries in the Void of Transdisciplinarity: International Relations and Ethnography', European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR), Dublin, 30 August - 1 September 2010 [ACCEPTED].
  7. # Fjellstrom, D** & Guttormsen, DSA 2010, 'Qualitative Field Research: Bringing 'Access' to the Forefront on the International Business Research Agenda',  9th European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies, IE Business School, Madrid, 24-25 June 2010. [ACCEPTED] [DOUBLE-BLIND PEER REVIEW].
  8. #Guttormsen, DSA 2010, 'Discourses on the 'Expatriate Failure ' Concept: A Social Constructionist Re-Conceptulisation',  8th International Academy of Management and Business, Complutense University, Madrid, 28-30 June 2010. [ACCEPTED]
  9. Guttormsen, DSA 2010, 'The Ethnographic Interview: Introducing a Social Constructionist Perspective', 8th International Academy of Management and Business, Complutense University, Madrid, 28-30 June 2010. [ACCEPTED]  
  • #Guttormsen, DSA & Fjellstrom, D, 'Access': Qualitative Field-Research and the International Business Research Agenda', 8th International Academy of Management and Business, Complutense University, Madrid, 28-30 June 2010. [ACCEPTED]
  • #Guttormsen, DSA 2009, 'Discourses on ‘expatriate failure’: a social constructionist perspective', 5th Scottish Doctoral Management Conference, School of Management, University of St. Andrews, Scotland, 10 th-12 th June 2009 (Abstract accepted)  [ACCEPTED]
 
# Paper withdrawn (due to change of co-author's plan, sickness, cancellation of flights)
* Daniella Fjellstrom, Doctoral Researcher, Centre for International Business, University of Leeds, United Kingdom.