This interdisciplinary workshop on embedded enterprise in comparative perspective will provide an opportunity for intensive exchange among graduate students and recent Ph.D.s, and a select group of faculty mentors from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds in the social sciences and regional studies.
The workshop will include a special, half-day session to discussion of embedded enterprise in Japan, but research on other areas is very welcome as well. Projects limited to research on the United States and projects which do not involve fieldwork cannot be considered.
The conference will take place on the campus of Princeton University April 11 to 14, 2002. Participants should be doctoral candidates or they should have defended their dissertation after January 1, 1999.More information and submission guidelines are available on the workshop webpages.
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