• Call for Papers: EURAM 2019

    17. Dezember 2018

    EURAM 2019, 26-28 June Lisboa (Portugal)

    SIG 03: Entrepreneurship (ENT)

    The purpose of the SIG Entrepreneurship is to develop an ongoing and constructive dialogue among entrepreneurship scholars to conduct research that is relevant for entrepreneurship theory and practice in the contemporary world. The SIG Entrepreneurship aims at promoting research and networking interests in individual and collaborative forms of entrepreneurship by providing a wide-ranging, engaged and internationally focused forum to discuss and develop research and practice in the field.

    SIG 06: Innovation (INNO)

    The  Strategic  Interest  Group  (SIG)  Innovation  at  the  European Academy  of  Management (EURAM) aims to:

    • facilitate the  continued  evolution  of  an  open,  inclusive,  international  and  cross- cultural EURAM community of engaged scholars,
    • support scholars  in  designing,  producing  and  disseminating  higher  quality  and impactful research at each stage of their career,
    • influence the development of management education,
    • provide platforms  and  facilitate  networks  for  the  dialogue  between  scholars, reflective practitioners, and policy makers.

    The Goal of SIG Innovation is to create an open “learning climate” for all members (juniors and seniors) to reach the goals of EURAM in the field of innovation. 

    SIG 04: Family Business Research (FABR)

    The European Academy of Management with an ad-hoc Strategic Interest Group on “Family Business Research” aims to be the ideal opportunity to assess the conceptual development, empirical research, and future directions of the family business field within a broader community of European scholars of management.  We envision this SIG as an international arena to attract contributions of both new scholars of the field and scholars from the established community in family business, that will provide new insights on topics that have received significant attention in the past, as well as we especially encourage scholars to undertake innovative papers and discussions of topics that have not received much attention but are important in the field.

    Submission deadlines: 15 January 2019 – 2 pm Belgian time