What is the EURAM Early Career Community (EECC)

Ever since the EECC was created, it has been called in many ways. Some refer to the EURAM Early Career Consortium, the Colloquium, others to the Community.

In fact, the EECC is all three, a consortium of young scholars who participated in previous events. Today there are over 220 junior scholars who have taken part in one of the six events dedicated to them.

The event itself is referred to as the colloquium. Junior scholars from those countries have successfully worked with their institutions and EURAM to attract their peers to focus on their own interests and issues.

Yet, the EECC is a community within the wider community of engaged management scholars of EURAM enjoying the networking opportunities and special events targeted to them when they participate in the Annual Conference.

Click below to find out about the next event to be held 13-15 March 2023 in Gdansk, Poland.  

14h Edition of EECC - 2023


The aim of the EECC is to offer a platform for early career academics (broadly defined e.g. assistant professors, post-doctoral researchers, recently appointed lecturers/associate professors, advanced PhD students) to come together to discuss key challenges, learn from experts and share career related insights. The EECC provides a forum for networking, knowledge exchange and development of research collaborations.

Recorded sessions from EECC 2021 Online

  • How to write a review?
    Prof. Xavier Castañer, Prof. Shlomo Tarba and Prof. Alessandro Zattoni

  • Forum: From Research to Practice: Making Scientific Knowledge Accessible
    Prof. Thomas Durand and Prof. Stefan Gueldenberg

EECC testimonies

EECC organisers
  • Nuremberg, 2019
  • Albrecht Fritzsche, Kathrin M. Moeslein
  • Rome, 2018
  • Alessandro Zattoni
  • Rabat, 2017
  • Nacef Mouri, Steffen Roth
  • Halle/Saale, 2016
  • Anne-Katrin Neyer, Julia M?ller
  • Krakow, 2015
  • Beata Jalocha
  • Almeria, 2014
  • Miguel Perez
  • Liechtenstein, 2013
  • Susanne Durst, Stefan G?ldenberg
  • Dublin, 2012
  • Brian Harneya
  • Innsbruck, 2011
  • Julia M?ller, Dagmar Abfalter, Melanie Zaglia
  • Nuremberg, 2010
  • Anne-Katrin Neyer, Hagen Habicht, Kathrin M?slein

Should you require more information, do not hesitate to contact Nicola Pellegrino nicola.pellegrino@euram.academy