5th Edition of EURAM Research Grants Scheme - Deadline 8 March 2023

Dear colleague,

EURAM is pleased to launch the 5th edition of the Research Grants Scheme. The Executive Committee has set the target of promoting research for our members and devoted the sum of €25,000 funds for the scheme.

One of EURAM's aspiration is to support rigorous and relevant research in the field of business and management, with implications and relevance to the European research community.

Scholars at any stage of their career may apply for the scheme. Each proposal can be in the range of €3000-€5000. About 6-7 grants will be awarded. The submission deadline is 8 March 2023 at 14:00 pm Belgian time.

The research projects should be designed to encourage and support research activities with the ambition of advancing business and management scholarship. The outcomes should have value and contribution to theoretical and practical business and management studies.

The scheme is open to all EURAM Members. Non-members wishing to apply to the scheme can join EURAM. The applicant as well as the co-applicants must be EURAM members for the year 2023. If you or your co-proponents are not yet a EURAM member for the year 2023, you will be contacted by the EURAM Office.

Grant applications will be made online here.

Please take a look at the submitter’s guidelines here. In addition: 

  • No applicant can be a member in more than one submission;
  • The applicant as well as the co-applicants must be EURAM members for the year 2023;
  • Grant applications are blind review. Applications that allow the evaluators to identify the applicant(s) will be automatically desk-rejected.

The research funds will be transferred no later than 1 October 2023 for short term projects (maximum 12 months). Winners of the grants will be required to send a short report in October 2024.

A designated committee will select the projects, based on the criteria of anticipated scholarly impact (rigor and relevance of the study), anticipated contribution to theory and practice, innovation and creativity with consideration for the ‘European’ element of the proposal.  The winners will be notified by in May 2023 and announced at the EURAM 2023 Conference in Dublin, Ireland.

For any questions, feel free to contact, info@euram.academy

Best regards,
Hervé Dumez, Vice President Research

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EURAM Research Grant Awardees 2022

Better together or better apart: The use of artificial intelligence, human intelligence and human-in-the-loop systems in HR screening, Ksenia Keplinger and Marina Chugunova, Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition

Organizational practices to successfully integrate international migrants,
Nicole Franziska Richter, University of Southern and Sven Hauff, Helmut Schmidt University

The Impact of Internal Change Agents in Public Sector Digital Transformation (INSTIGATOR),
Jessica Breaugh, Hertie School and Caroline Fischer, University of Potsdam 

Understanding the non-academic impacts of academic research in their national and international contexts,
Bill Lee, University of Sheffield, Gianpaolo Abatecola, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Matteo Cristofaro, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Huiping Xian, University of Leicester, Davide Secchi, University of Southern Denmark, Florence Allard-Poesi, Université Paris-Est Créteil, Marek Szarucki, Cracow University of Economics, Oskar Kosch, Cracow University of Economics, Michael Schlaile, University of Hohenheim, Bernd Ebersberger, University of Hohenheim 

Runner Up
Context matters: an international comparative study to understand EDI interventions in MNCs,
Andri Georgiadou, University of Nottingham and Sabine Bacouel Jentjens, ISC Paris, School of Management

Partnering for health: setting the ground for service ecosystems,
Elena Casprini, University of Siena and Rocco Palumbo, Senior Researcher, University Rome Tor Vergata

EURAM Research Grant Awardees 2021

Human-led vs. hybrid human-led/chatbot-supported coaching for organizations: A quasi-experimental field study on distance coaching as an emerging HRD practice
Silja Kotte, HMKW University of Applied Sciences for Media, Communication and Management, Germany & Gil Bozer, Sapir Academic College, Israel

How to Enhance the Experience of Neurodivergent Employees: The Ability-Motivation-Opportunity Perspective Joanna Szulc & Frances-Louise McGregor, University of Huddersfield, UK

Reconceptualizing competitive dynamics as language game Khoa Nguyen, Jyväskylä University School of Business and Economics, Finland

Plurality in Auditing: A Cross-Cultural Study on Auditor Whistleblowing in Europe Sebastian Oelrich and Anne Chwolka, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany
The theorization and organization of festivals as innovative spaces for sustainability transition Leonore van den Ende, VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands
Runner Up
Comparison of e-mentoring with traditional mentoring used at universities on the example of selected European universities Malgorzata Baran, Collegium Civitas, Poland

EURAM Research Grant Awardees 2020

The Role of firm's stakeholder engagement on open innovation
Licia Cerini, Bocconi University

Understanding Conflict in Large Research Consortia: Nature, Implications and Management – A Study of the European Project ‘Galileo’
Isabel Estrada Vaquero, University of Groningen; Anne-Sophie Fernandez, University of Montpellier; Audrey Rouyre, University of Montpellier

The digital side of universities: an international comparative analysis of performance measurement systems
Sara Giovanna Mauro, Institute of Management, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna; Lino Cinquini, Institute of Management, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna; Hanne Nørreklit, School of Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University

Co-production of public services: an impact evaluation model
Milena Vainieri, Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Denita Cepiku, University of Rome Tor Vergata; Marta Marsilio,  Università  delgi Studi di Milano, Maria Francesca Sicilia, Università degli Studi di Bergamo

#BoycottUber? Precarity and agency: Giving voice to migrant ride-share drivers in London
Joana Vassilopoulou, Brunel University 

EURAM Research Grant Awardees 2019

Non-binary view in organization: inquiring gender identity and discrimination in the workplace
Davide Bizjak, University of Naples Federico II, Italy

Engaging Universities in Capacity Building for Alternative Business Models
Olga Kuznetsova, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK and Andrei Kuznetsov, University of Central Lancashire, UK

Low-Status International Workers: their Situation, Concerns, and Organizational Justice Issues
Washika Haak-Saheem, Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK, Gaye Özçelik, Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey, Yvonne McNulty, Singapore University of Social Sciences, Singapore

Entrepreneurship, Diversity and Discrimination: An experimental Study
Foteini Papadopoulou and Efstratios Ramoglou, Southampton University, UK

Ability, Motivation, and Opportunity of chronic ill employees at work: implications for HRM practices
Silvia Profili, European University of Rome, Italy and Alessia Sammarra, University of L’Aquila, Italy

Putting Creative Spaces in Place. Agency, Identity, and Perceptions in Cultural Public Policies,
Damiano Razzoli, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
Older Worker Retention and Workplace Climate in the Manufacturing Sector,
Wen Wang, University of Wolverhampton, UK

EURAM 2018 Research Grant Awardees

Children of Expatriates: Key Factors affecting their Adjustment
Isabel de Sivatte Font & Bernadette Bullinger, IE Business School , Spain

Entrepreneurial Finance in the Cultural and Creative Industries
Max Höllen, Mainz University, Germany

Contextualising Regional Entrepreneurship through Innovation Biographies: An Embedded Networks Perspective on Fashion Start-ups in Non-Urban Contexts
Birgit Leick, Ostfold University College, Norway

The good, the bad and the ugly of interorganizational ties between social enterprises: Quasi-experimental evidence from the population of Dutch housing corporations (2007-2017)  
Nuno Oliveira, Tilburg University, Netherlands

Women Entrepreneurs within STEM Fields: a Cross-Countries Comparison
Sara Poggesi and Michela Mari, Tor Vergata University, Luisa De Vita, Sapienza University, Italy and Lene Foss, UiT the Arctic University of Norway