Dear colleague,
 
The EURAM Executive Committee invites expressions of interest for organising and hosting the future EURAM Annual Conferences to be held in June 2021 and 2022.
 
Proposals from all parts of Europe (and beyond) are welcome. The past and future EURAM conference locations are Barcelona, Spain (2001), Stockholm, Sweden (2002), Milan, Italy (2003), Saint Andrews, Scotland (2004), Munich, Germany (2005), Oslo, Norway (2006), Paris, France (2007), Ljubljana, Slovenia (2008), Liverpool, UK (2009), Rome, Italy (2010), Tallinn, Estonia (2011), Rotterdam, Netherlands (2012), Istanbul, Turkey (2013), Valencia, Spain (2014), Warsaw, Poland (2015), Paris, France (2016), Glasgow, Scotland (2017), Reykjavik, Iceland (2018), Lisbon, Portugal (2019) and Dublin, Ireland (2020).

The procedure leading to the final decision by the EURAM Executive Committee will be:

Expression of interest by e-mail to EURAM

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Deadline: 
25 October 2018

Pre-selection by the Executive Committee: 7 November 2018

One-day site inspection visit to short-listed candidates by April 2019

Full proposal by e-mail to
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Deadline: 
1 June 2019

The location for 2021 and 2022 will be announced during the EURAM 2020 Conference in Dublin after board approval.

Special Issue Proposal

European Management Review

 

 

Guest Editors:

Adnane Maâlaoui, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship, IPAG Business School, France

Vanessa Ratten, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship, La Trobe University, Australia

Alan Carsrud, Visiting Research Professor of Entrepreneurship, ÅboAkademi University, Finland

Malin Brännback, Chair of International Business, Åbo Akademi University, Finland

Sibylle Heilbrunn, Professor of Entrepreneurship, Kinneret Academic College, Israel

Thomas M. Cooney, Professor of Entrepreneurship, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland


 

Hosted by:
Nova School of Business and Economics
Location: Lisbon, Portugal

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Overview 

Business schools are undergoing tremendous change in a highly competitive environment. Strong research contributes to brand recognition, enhances schools' capacity to attract high level faculty and students, offers cutting-edge study programmes and engage with discerning client organisations. Research excellence is highly influential in national higher education policy with ongoing demands for accountability (for publicly funded institutions); research is assessed, ranked and accredited in national and international contexts.

 

Xenophobia = from Greek: xénos = 'the stranger', 'the guest'; phóbos = 'fear'

Call for papers

A wave of xenophobia is sweeping the world and notably Europe, with no end in sight. Recent events: the refugee crisis, Islamist terror, the rising incidence of racism, antisemitism and islamophobia, Brexit, the rise of Far Right and Extreme Left parties, populist rhetoric - all point a finger of blame to the stranger, and by extension, the 'other';

Methodology Matters

Call for papers

Methodological considerations are central to academic research. Methodology Matters is a new section of the European Management Review that seeks to provide a peer-reviewed outlet for contributions about the challenges of conducting management research.

Contact info

EURAM Executive Office

EURAM c/o EIASM

Place de Brouckère 31

1000 Brussels

Belgium 

EURAM Job Market

Job market

 

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