Organizational Issues Clearinghouse

Marc-David Seidel (
3 Apr 1995 07:36:53 GMT

Electronic List Announcement


The Organizational Issues Clearinghouse

The Organizational Issues Clearinghouse (OIC) list provides a forum for
the distribution of calls for papers, conference announcements, special
journal issue announcements, etc. dealing with organizational issues. It
is intended to bridge the gaps between various discipline based
organizational researchers. The current membership includes members of
anthropology, sociology, psychology, management, political science,
library studies, nursing, and health managment departments.

The list is open to anyone interested in organizational issues.


OIC is a moderated announcement group: messages posted to the list are
reviewed by the list moderator before being forwarded to all list members.

Potential uses of OIC include (but are not limited to):

-- Announcments of special journal issues.

-- Notices for professional meetings for
practitioners or academics. If you come across a
notice for an interesting professional meeting,
please post some information about it.

-- Announcements of presentations, colloquim, etc. dealing with
organizational issues.

-- Calls for papers. Any calls for papers are
especially encouraged.

-- Archives: Every distributed submission to OIC is
automatically archived and made available for
retrieval from the Ursus Listserver or the
Management Archive gopher server.

Subscribing to OIC

You must subscribe to post messages on OIC. To subscribe to the OIC
mailing list, simply send a message to the Ursus Listserver
( with the following command on the first
line of the message:

subscribe OIC your name

For example, to subscribe Jane Doe would send the following message:

subscribe OIC Jane Doe

If you have any questions, problems, or suggestions feel free to contact
us. OIC is operated by the School of Business and Public Administration
at the University of Alaska Southeast (also home of the MANAGEMENT ARCHIVE
and HEALTHMGMT). List manager is Marc-David Seidel
( of the University of California at Berkeley's
Haas School of Business.

Comments and feedback on the OIC list and any ideas on how to improve the
service are always invited. Please address comments to Marc-David Seidel