Board

EURAM is governed by a Board which holds the powers of administration except those vested in the General Assembly. The Board has oversight of the long-term strategic direction of EURAM, and is comprised of National Representatives (elected in each country where EURAM has more than ten members), the Executive Committee and a representative of the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM). It may also co-opt members for specific mandates.

The National Representatives also play an important role in promoting EURAM in their respective countries and in liaising with National Management Associations. The National Representatives are normally elected for a three-year term, with a possibility of re-election for a second three-year term.

Current National Representatives

Australia

Julien Pollack

University of Sydney

Austria

Dieter Bogenhold

University of Klagenfurt

Belgium

Kamila Moulaï

Université Catholique de Louvain

Brazil

José Carlos Lázaro da Silva Filho

Federal University of Ceara

Canada

Jaime Morales

Trent University

China

Ke Rong

Tsinghua University

Denmark

Nicole Franziska Richter

University of Southern Denmark

Finland

Miia Martinsuo

Tampere University

France

Audrey Rouzies

Toulouse School of Management

Germany

Matthias Raith

Otto-von-Guericke University

Greece

Ilias Kapoutsis

Athens University of Economics and Business

Hungary

Lilla Hortovanyi

Corvinus University

Iceland

Eythor Ivar Jonsson

Akademias & Copenhagen Business School

India

Ginni Chawla

Indian Institute of Foreign Trade

Ireland

Na Fu

Trinity Business School

Israel

Michal Biron

University of Haifa

Italy

Lucrezia Songini

Eastern Piedmont Uni. & SDA Bocconi School of Management

Japan

Yoko Uryuhara

Doshisha University

Lithuania

Vilmante Kumpikaite

Kaunas University of Technology

Netherlands

Tine Buyl

Tilburg University

New Zealand

Leo Paul Dana

Auckland University of Technology

Norway

Birgit Jevnaker

BI Norwegian Business School

Poland

Marzena Starnawska

University of Warsaw

Portugal

Rosa Lutete Geremias

ISCSP – School of Social & Political Sciences University of Lisbon

Russia

Irina Ivashkovskaya

Higher School of Economics

South Africa

Carl Marnewick

University of Johannesburg

Spain

Isabel Diez-Vial

Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Sweden

Rolf Medina

Umeå University

Switzerland

Alfred Angerer

ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences

Taiwan Region

Jia-Chi Huang

National Chengchi University

Turkey

Gaye Özçelik

Istanbul Bilgi University

United Kingdom

Paresh Wankhade

Business School Edge Hill University

United States of America

Stephen O’Connor

University of Alabama at Birmingham