Sub-theme 01: (SWG) Careers: Multi-level Issues in Theory, Methodology and Empirical Research

Wolfgang Mayrhofer, WU University of Economics and Business, Austria
Hugh Gunz, University of Toronto, Canada
Marijke Verbruggen, KU Leuven, Belgium
Session I: Thursday, July 02, 11:00 to 12:30, DEREE-617
Life Stores in Context
Chair: Wolfgang Mayrhofer, Marijke Verbruggen & Hugh Gunz
Laurie Cohen and Joanne Duberley
Three faces of context and their implications for career: A study of public sector careers cut short
Gabriela DeLuca and Sidinei Rocha-de-Oliveira
Inked careers: Tattooing professional paths
Thomas M. Schneidhofer
Carbon copy careers? A relational multilevel analysis of the careers of monozygotic twins
Session II: Thursday, July 02, 14:00 to 15:30, DEREE-617
Stimulating Ways of Studying Careers
Chair: Michael Arthur
Svetlana N. Khapova and Michael Arthur
Ghiberti's doors to intelligent life: Inspiration for a firmer interdisciplinary approach to careers scholarship
Rita Bissola and Barbara Imperatori
HR careers attractiveness in Southern Europe: The intersection between popular culture and individual decision making
Cécile Tschopp, Dana Unger and Gudela Grote
Are support and social comparison compatible? Individual differences in the multiplexity of career-related social networks
Session III: Thursday, July 02, 16:00 to 17:30, DEREE-617
Impact of Career Mobility
Chair: Ans De Vos
Rocio Bonet, Peter Cappelli and Monika Hamori
Top executives' careers and career rewards: Changes over 30 years
Thijs A. Velema
Status boundary crossings and career attainment in professional labor markets: Orderly and chaotic careers and the transfers of professional football players in Europe, 2004 - 2012
Xiao Chen and Hugh Gunz
Boundary permeability and cultural tightness-looseness: Towards a typology of career success through boundary crossing
Session IV: Friday, July 03, 09:00 to 10:30, DEREE-617
Supporting Careers: Role of Organizations, Intermediaries, and Government
Chair: Hüseyin Leblebici
Kazuhiko Arakawa, Hiroshi Togo and Tomohiko Taniguchi
Empowerment of newcomers by social inclusion and autonomous career development
Franca Cantoni and Luca Giustiniano
International mobility and international careers. A multi-level framework for organizational resilience
Ans De Vos
Facilitating sustainable careers: An exploration of practices at multiple levels
Nadège Lorquet, François Pichault and Jean-François Orianne
A typology of labour market intermediaries supporting professional transitions
Session V: Friday, July 03, 14:00 to 15:30, DEREE-617
Career Attitudes and Aspirations
Chair: Katharina Chudzikowski
Petra Eggenhofer-Rehart and Michael Schiffinger
Do career aspirations change, and why? Cohort differences and effects of age and economic context over time
Maxim Kovalenko and Dimitri Mortelmans
The effects of structure and agency on employability: How different are workers in non-managerial jobs and workers without higher education?
Jon P. Briscoe, Ans De Vos and Anders Dysvik
Differences in supervisor-subordinate career attitudes and leadership values: Implications for the employee and the organization
Session VI: Saturday, July 04, 09:00 to 10:30, DEREE-617
Careers at the Intersection of Organizations, Professions, and Communities
Chair: Joanne Duberley
Kathy Hartley
Utilising both professional and organisational career theory to interpret the impact of macro level change on individual career strategies
Grit Laudel and Jana Bielick
"Bringing work back in": The emergence of individual research programmes in the early career phase of academics
Hüseyin Leblebici and Anand Ramaswamy Vijayasankaran
From careers to professions: What CEO career patterns tell us about the professionalization of management
Session VII: Saturday, July 04, 11:00 to 12:30, DEREE-617
Agency in Context: About Career Scripts and Career Enactment
Chair: Gudela Grote
Emmanuelle Garbe and Nora Meziani
What happens when organizations disappear? Understanding the role of individual action and structure on careers in the filmmaking industry
Stefanie Gustafsson, Svenja Tams and Katharina Chudzikowski
Careers as practices of consumption: An examination of the career tactics of management consultants
Ella Henry, Rachel Wolfgramm, Judith K. Pringle and Deborah Jones
Indigenous identity and career construction: Maori in the screen industry