We are delighted to announce the first face-to-face meeting of the GRONEN Reading Group (GROReG) post pandemic, just before the GRONEN 2022 Conference in Amsterdam. GROReG is the platform of the GRONEN network to discuss sustainability-related papers at the ‘revise & resubmit’ stage (preferably with a journal that is at least ranked 3 in the ABS list).
The meeting will happen on Tuesday, 31st of May 2022, between 8am-12pm CET at Hotel Casa Amsterdam (the same venue of the GRONEN 2022 Conference).
If you have an R&R in a sustainability-related topic, and you are close to/in Amsterdam for the GRONEN conference or another reason, do consider joining us. We will accommodate three papers in the next meeting. Spots are allocated on a first come, first served basis to those papers that meet the criteria above. To participate, we ask you to share your original submission (not the revised paper) and decision letter with the group (on a confidential basis). Each paper receives a 1-hour slot. On the day of the meeting, we ask you to present your approach to the review during 10-15 minutes. The next 45-50 minutes are then dedicated to a discussion on how to best deal with reviewer and editorial comments.
GROReG sessions are characterized by a non-competitive, constructive working atmosphere with the aim to help each other with the development and publication of papers on sustainability-related topics in high quality journals. The next meeting in Amsterdam will be our 24th session.
GROReG sessions are facilitated by a group of the following core members:
- Elisa Alt (King’s College London, UK)
- Grace Augustine (City University of London, UK)
- Luca Berchicci (Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
- Aoife Brophy (University of Oxford, UK)
- Fred Dahlmann (University of Warwick, UK)
- Valentina De Marchi (University of Padova, Italy)
- Frank Figge (ESCP Paris, France)
- Panikos Georgallis (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
- Tobias Hahn (ESADE Barcelona, Spain)
- Katrin Heucher (University of Michigan, USA)
- Jörn Hoppmann (University of Oldenburg, Germany)
- Tanusree Jain (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
- Franziska Lauenstein (University of Southern Denmark)
- Kerstin Neumann (University of Innsbruck, Austria)
- Desirée Pacheco (IESE, Spain)
- Jonatan Pinkse (University of Manchester, UK)
- Garima Sharma (Georgia State University, USA)
- Sara Soderstrom (University of Michigan, USA)
- Amanda Williams (IMD, Switzerland)
If you are interested, please contact the reading group coordinator Elisa Alt (email@example.com) by May 16. Please send your paper, as well as the decision letter, including the reviewer reports. All submissions are treated confidentially and are shared only with the participants of the session/track. Please feel free to pass on this information to colleagues who might be interested in participating.
Bhavesh Sarna is a University Teacher at the Jyväskyla School of Business and Economics, University of Jyväskylä. His current research interest is in microfoundations of sustainability for a better understanding of sustainability transitions in an organizational setting. Currently, he is finishing his doctoral thesis, which is about micro-CSR from employees’ perspectives in the Indian and Finnish context. In the future, he is also interested in exploring green supply chain models and green production values in emerging markets. For this, he wants to examine the interaction between firms and non-market stakeholders such as society, NGOs and governments.