Call for Editorship for the European Management Review

The European Academy of Management (EURAM) is seeking a candidate for the position of Editor in-Chief of the European Management Review (EMR) or a team of candidates (several co-editors-in-chief or an editor-in-chief and deputy editors). EMR is the official publication of EURAM, published by John Wiley & Sons. 

EMR is dedicated to advancing the understanding of management in private and third sector organisations through theoretical development and theoritical analysis. As the official journal of the European Academy of Management, EMR aims to promote science and practice of management in Europe and worldwide. It embraces transdisciplinary theoretical perspectives and methodological pluralism. 
Impact Factor: 1.533 – ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2020

The full announcement can be downloaded here.


The conversation in Hebrew for EURAM members is scheduled to take place on 28 July 2020 at 18:00 Israel time using the Zoom platform. Please note that there will be no translation offered. 

The online activity will be moderated by: 
Yochanan Altman, Editor-in-Chief of the European Management Review
Michal Biron, Board Member, National Representative Israel, University of Haifa
Shay Tzafrir, Member of the EURAM Scientific Council, University of Haifa

To register, please send an email to with your first name, last name, affiliation, email and any topic you wish to bring up. 

This activity is open to EURAM members from countries other than those based in Israel and who speak Hebrew. 


Dear EURAM member and conference participant,

In May, EURAM conducted a survey on how the Covid-19 pandemic evolves and affects universities and our members, to understand the national, institutional and personal issues affecting participation in the December EURAM conference and expectations toward possible other EURAM activities during this year. We received over 900 responses, thank you for the active participation and helpful ideas!

The survey results can be found through this link:

The EURAM Executive committee and the Dublin conference organisers will utilise the results when preparing for the conference. A task force has been established for devising a contingency plan, and  EURAM SIGs (strategic interest groups) are considering possible virtual activities during the months of June through October, to keep the community active. We may carry out another survey in August, to continue monitoring the situation and decide on the contingency plan.

Thank you for your cooperation and support.


Thomas Durand, EURAM President
Miia Martinsuo, EURAM Vice President for Membership
Dorota Dobija, EURAM Vice President for Finance and Conferences