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EBERS, Mark Eric b. 13 March 1956, Hamburg, Germany. Employment history Teaching and Res. Fellow, Asst Prof., Faculty Bus. Admin., Mannheim Univ., 1980–85, 1985–92; John F. Kennedy Memorial Fellow, Center European Studies, Harvard Univ., 1989–90; Prof. Bus. Admin., Chair Org., Paderborn Univ., 1992–94; Prof. Bus. Admin., Chair Mgmt and Org., Augsburg Univ., Germany, 1994–; Vis. Prof., Universitá L. Bocconi, Italy, 1996. Degrees received Diplom Kaufmann, Hamburg Univ.; Dr. rer. pol., Dr. rer. pol. habil., Mannheim Univ. Ofﬁces held Coordinator, Res. programme ‘Inter-org. Networks’, European Science Foundation programme ‘European Mgmt and Orgs in Transition’, 1993–97; Co-Dir., Augsburg Executive MBA Program, 1998–; CoOrganizer, Standing Workgroup on Bus. Network Res., European Group Org. Studies, 1999–; Chair, Commission on Epistemology, German Acad. Bus. Admin., 2000–. Editorial duties News and Notes Ed., Org. Studies, 1986–93; Ed. Bds, Org. Studies, 1993–, Org. Science, 1998–, Columbia J. World Bus., 1999–; CoEd., special issue on The Construction, Forms, and Consequences of Industry Networks, Intl Studies Mgmt & Org., 1997–98, Die Betriebswirtschaft, 2000–. Prize Karin-Islinger Prize, Mannheim Univ., 1985. Consultancy work Daimler-Chrysler AG; Debis Systemhaus; Deutsche Bahn AG; Green Cross GmbH; Siemens AG; Thyssen Krupp Stahl AG. Principal ﬁelds of interest OMT; BPS; OB. Chief publications Books: 1. Organisationskultur: Ein neues Forschungsprogramm? (Gabler, 1985); 2. Internationale Regierungsorganisationen – Eine institutionenökonomische Analyse (Mannheim Univ., 1993); 3. The Formation of Inter-organizational Networks, ed. (OUP, 1997). Articles: 1. ‘Understanding organizations: the poetic mode’, J. Mgmt, 1985; 2. ‘Computer integrated manufacturing as a two-edged sword’ (with...
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