Third Edition

September, 2015

Highlights from the III Edition

Program of the III Edition

he 2015 AIDEA Capri Summer School provided to participants the opportunity to learn about various
qualitative methods in social science, with an overview of principles and practices.

By the end of the School, students had deepened and broadened their understanding of the relevance,
challenges and implications of applying various qualitative methods.

Highly experienced scholars, who guided participants throughout the School and provided feedback on their research projects, composed the Faculty of the 2014 AIDEA Summer Schools.

Participants at the III Edition

Last NameFirst NameAffiliation
CzernekKatarzynaUniversity of Katowice
AgnihotriNavneet University of Leeds
BordianuAndreea University of Leeds
CambreaDomenico R. University of Calabria
ConzElisa University of Pavia
CurranKevin Cass Business School
DepeigeAudrey Daussalt Systems
Estrada-Robles Mariana University of Sheffield
GalazkaAnna Milena Cardiff Business School
GouedardMarine Audencia Goup and Universite de Nantes
GrizancicSabina University of Ljubljana
JonesEmma Cardiff Business School
KarlbergEva Sodertorn University
KlemckeLiesel Stockholm Business School
KoroschetzBianca University of Gothenburg
LinekLeoniHumboldt University
MaGuoxin Hull University Business School
MatricanoDiego Second University of Naples
McSorleyVanessa HWZ Zurich
MeyerCamille Solvay Brussels School
MillwardHelen Keele University
MrabureRuth Omonigho University of Otago
OliveiraSonia NOVA School of Business 10/1976
PilatoVivianaUniversity Cattolica Milano
PonomarevaYuliya Linnaeus University
RafieiHiva Essex University
ReynoldsLaura Cardiff Business School
SamuelssonSandra University of Gothenburg
SatamaSuvi University of Turku
StanilandNimbus Auckland University of Technology
Stoycheva StelaUniversity of Venice
SzulcJoanna University of Leeds
UliVincenzoUniversity Tor Vergata Roma
VerstegenLuuk Eindhoven University of Technology
ZampellaAnnamariaUniversity Federico II