Sub-theme 28: Organizing for Inclusion in the Age of Nationalism ---> MERGED with sub-theme 59

Alexei Koveshnikov, Aalto University, Finland
Minna Paunova, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Koen Van Laer, Hasselt University, Belgium
Session Time Corridor 1: Thursday, July 08, 09:00 to 12:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Session One + Keynote
Break 1: 10:15 to 10:30
Break 2: 11:15 to 11:30
Chair: Alexei Koveshnikov
Simone Pulcher and Lia Tirabeni
Making Sense of Binationalism: Nation-state Institutions and Sensemaking in a Cross-border Company
Jean-Paul Méreaux and Elen Riot
All champagne bubbles are French (but few bubblesare champagne). A strategic case of global brand expansion in sparkling winesin times of crisis
Christian Stutz
Business mobilizing nationalism: The case of institutional contestation of work migration
Almina Bešić and Andreas Diedrich
What’s in a colour? Translating EU migration policy harmonisation into practice
Anna Mayer
Unpacking the digital nation, grasping similarities: Retracing Estonia’s residents on- and offline
9:00-10:15: Introduction + papers 1, 2
10:30-11:15: Papers 3, 4, 5
11:30-12:30: Keynote
Session Time Corridor 2: Thursday, July 08, 16:00 to 18:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Session Two + Social
Break 1: 16:45 to 17:30
Chair: Koen Van Laer
Daniel S. Lacerda and Greice Gomes
Managing fear as an instrument of legitimacy in national-populist governments
Gabriel Chiu
Does nationalism discourse promote entrepreneurship: Evidence from China
Brian Hathaway
Bounded solidarity as a response to tribal stigma: Evidence from Jewish commerce in Berlin, 1932–38
16:00-16:45: Papers 1, 2, 3
17:30-18:30: Social (optional)
Session Time Corridor 3: Friday, July 09, 10:00 to 12:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Session Three + Wrap up
Break 1: 10:45 to 11:00
Chair: Minna Paunova
Andrea Mennicken, Silvia Jordan, Hermann Mitterhofer and Hermann Mitterhofer
Quantifying and adjudicating refugees in social media discourses
Gareth Edwards, Richard Bolden and Thom Oliver
Leadership and representation: An exploration of authenticity within the fall of Edward Colston’s Statue in the city of Bristol
Carol X. Zhang and Alexandra Bristow
Just academics? Chinese female academics negotiating everyday nationalism in pandemic Britain
Laura J. Reeves, Emma Bell and Alexandra Bristow
Othering and identity in times of Brexit: EU migrants' experiences of belonging as relational in-betweenness in the UK hospitality sector
Jeannie Holstein, Kari Jalonen and Anniina Rantakari
Crisis as carnival – Banal nationalism in organising national Covid-19 responses
10:00-10:45: Papers 1, 2, 3
11:00-12:30: Papers 4, 5, 6 + wrap up
Session Time Corridor 4: Friday, July 09, 16:00 to 19:00, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Session Time Corridor 5: Saturday, July 10, 07:00 to 12:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)