EURAM at a Glance


EURAM Doctoral Colloquium (DC)

EURAM DC provides doctoral students with the opportunity to present their work to their peers and mentors, who are experienced supervisors and leading scholars in their field and engage with one another in a setting that is relatively informal but that allows for meaningful and constructive scholarly exchanges. Read more... Around 50 PhD students are selected every year to attend the event.


EURAM Early Career Community (EECC)

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. Read more... The event attracts 20 young scholars per year. They have the opportunity to receive one-on-one feedback on a working paper.


The 13 EURAM Strategic Interest Groups (SIGs)

The SIG is devoted to promoting state of the art strategic thinking by encouraging dialogue along several interrelated lines of inquiry crucial for increasing scholarly and managerial understanding regarding strategic choice, competitive advantage, adaptation, and long-term performance and survival. Read more... 
 

EURAM Scientific Council

The Scientific Council whose role is to promote knowledge creation and collegiality across our members, to recognise achievements, and more generally, to serve as an advisory council for EURAM research related activities. Read more... 


EURAM Partner Organisations

The presidential activities at the EURAM Annual Conference constitute a forum in which, at the invitation of the EURAM President, the Presidents (or their representatives) of other national and supra-national associations of management gather to discuss issues of importance to the field of management education, research and/or practice. Read more... 


EURAM Governance

Members can elect the President and their National Representative on the Board, attend the General Assembly and take part in its decision-making process. Read more...