Process research perspectives explain phenomena in terms of activity, temporality and flow rather than relations between variables.
This presentation will explore the value of adopting a process perspective for research on migration and integration drawing on examples from recent studies, and reviewing the theoretical assumptions and methodologies that underpin them.
Ann Langley is Emerita Professor of management at HEC Montréal and Distinguished Research Environment Professor at University of Warwick.
Her research deals with strategic management processes and practices in complex organization, with a particular emphasis on qualitative and process-based research methods.
She is currently Deputy Editor for qualitative research at Academy of Management Journal, and coeditor of a book series Perspectives on Process Organization Studies published by Oxford University Press.