AMLE Showcase Session (Program Session 1163: In-person only)
August 08 2022, Monday, 0930-1100AM (UTC-7), Grand Crescent, The Westin Seattle
Concerted scrutiny of the links between management education and re/production of socioeconomic inequalities has been limited (Fotaki & Prasad, 2015). This silence is more telling at a time when socioeconomic inequalities are widening globally (Piketty, 2020). The limited attention on inequalities in management education and learning is particularly significant as higher education is considered a crucial site of social mobility and integral to alleviating inequalities (Sandel, 2020). However, recent studies have since debunked the myth of merit-based social mobility as the solution to inequalities. In fact, more than countering, educational institutions are increasingly being recognised as sites of transmittal of pre-existing and creation of new inequalities (Khan, 2010; Zulfiqar & Prasad, 2021).
The full call for papers and a list of potential themes can be found here.
This AMLE showcase session is organized in two parts:
Arun Kumar (King's College London, UK); Hari Bapuji (University of Melbourne, Australia); Vivek Soundararajan (University of Bath, UK); Tine Köhler (University of Melbourne, Australia); Rafael Alcadipani (Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo da Fundação Getulio Vargas, Brazil); Mette Morsing (UN PRME); and Diego M. Coraiola (University of Victoria, Canada)