Scientific Council

EURAM has a Scientific Council since 2018 whose role is to promote knowledge creation and collegiality across our members, to recognize achievements, and more generally to serve as an advisory council for EURAM research related activities. As an example, we have several annual awards and prizes, and the committee members will be asked to run the process for selecting the winners.

Hervé Dumez, Vice President Research

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We are very grateful to each and ever member of the Scientific Council who took pat in awards and and grants committees as follows during 2023: 

Best Paper:                           Marion Festing, Nikolaos Kavadis, Shay Tzafrir

Most Inspirational Paper:  Stewart Clegg, Jatinder Sidhu, Nurit Zaidman

Best Reviewer:           Romain Laufer, Miia Martinsuo, Sherry Sullivan, Georg von Krogh

Best Book 2023:  Géraldine Schmidt (Chair), Wolfgang Mayrhofer, Jérome Méric, George Romme, Vicente Salas-Fumas

Research Grants:   Panos Desyllas, University of Bath, Chair, Ziad Guedri, Mine Karatas-Ozkan, Anne-Katrin Neyer, Luigi Maria Sicca,
                                                  Alessandro Zattoni

Selection Committee Members of the EURAM Edith Penrose Award for Trail-blazing Researchers sponsored by INSEAD:

Thomas Durand (Chair), Le Cnam Paris, Jay Barney, University of Utah, Subramanian Rangan, INSEAD, Sibel Yamak, Wolverhampton University

Scientific Council

Aylin Ates

Strathclyde Business School United Kingdom

Sylvie Chevrier

Université Gustave Eiffel France

Panos Desyllas

University of Bath, School of Management & University of Cambridge United Kingdom

Viktor Dörfler

Strathclyde Business School United Kingdom

Maria Elmquist

Chalmers University of Technology Sweden

Zeynep Erden

School of Management and Law at ZHAW and ETH Zurich Switzerland

Marion Festing

ESCP Europe’s Berlin campus Germany

Eleanna Galanaki

Athens University of Economics and Business Greece

Ziad Guedri

University of Quebec at Montreal (UQAM) Canada

Timothy Hoff

D’Amore-McKim School of Business and Northeastern University United States of America

Fabian Homberg

LUISS Univeresity Italy

Rémi Jardat

Université d’Evry-Paris-Saclay France

Birgit Helene Jevnaker

BI Norwegian Business School Norway

Nikolaos Kavadis

Copenhagen Business School Denmark

Miia Martinsuo

Unviersity of Turku Finland

Anne-Katrin Neyer

Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg Germany

Michelle O'Toole

University of Edinburgh United Kingdom

Matthias Raith

Otto-von-Guericke University Germany

Elena Raviola

University of Gothenburg Sweden

Georges Romme

Eindhoven University of Technology Netherlands

Géraldine Schmidt

IAE Paris – Sorbonne Business School France

Luigi Maria Sicca

University of Naples Federico II Italy

Jatinder Sidhu

University of Leeds United Kingdom

Sherry E. Sullivan

Bowling Green State University United States of America