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EURAM 2024 - First Announcement - Call for Papers

  • 1.  EURAM 2024 - First Announcement - Call for Papers

    Posted 09-26-2023 10:04

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    EURAM 2024

    First Call for Papers

     

    Dear Colleagues,

    We hope you will join us, from 25-28 June 2024 in the University of Bath School of Management.

    The EURAM conference theme is "Fostering Innovation to Address Grand Challenges".

    Technological innovation has always been a significant enabler of value creation, improved competitiveness, and economic growth. It has also contributed to the taming of the impact of long-standing Grand Challenges, most notably, the ageing society, the environmentally unsustainable economic growth and the health impacts of climate change. These are important challenges as they have been blamed for causing economic inequality, social injustice and jeopardising the quality of life.

    Although technological innovation has helped tackle several aspects of these long-standing challenges, the development and adoption of new and emerging technologies – such as big data, artificial intelligence, and vehicle autonomy – have created new challenges, many of which are of an ethical nature. For example, the advent of these advances poses dilemmas about the ownership and use of data; privacy concerns relating to face recognition; concerns about the devaluation of existing skills and infrastructure; and risks of spreading misinformation and threatening security.

    The high opportunity cost of not addressing these long-standing and new challenges begs the question: how can innovation help solve major challenges without creating new ones? To answer this question, business organisations, their key stakeholders, governments, and the academic community can collaborate to develop new solutions and ensure that innovation is responsible and ethical. This may require moving beyond "traditional" forms of innovation to include organizational, business models, and social innovation. Thus, there are fruitful opportunities for management scholars to deliver impactful research on the managerial, organisational, and policy challenges inherent in developing the requisite innovations.

    We welcome scholars to submit their research to the 2024 EURAM Conference, which focuses on fostering innovation to address long-standing and new Grand Challenges.

    To submit your full paper to EURAM 2024

    1. Explore the tracks sponsored by one of the 13 EURAM Strategic Interest Groups (SIGs) or by the Local Organising Committee and choose the topic and community that correspond best to your research.
    2. Respect the deadlines, especially the paper submission deadline: 11 January 2024 – 2 pm Belgian time.
    3. Please, comply with the authors guidelines.

    I. Explore our SIGs and tracks (for more detail click on the SIG title).

    For newcomers to our community: our 13 SIGs are the building blocks of EURAM. SIG Chairs and Officers nurture communities of scholars who are engaged in specific research areas. There are three types of Tracks. General Tracks are the overarching tracks of the SIGs. Standing tracks are ongoing conversations that you can join, and which will continue within a SIG for a number of years. Finally, every year there are Tracks that are selected in a competitive submission and review process (they may become standing tracks in the future if they prove to be of continued interest). Each SIG General Track invites contributions from all areas related to the SIG specific research area but which are not explicitly covered by other tracks within the SIG.

    Strategic Interest Groups:

    1. Business for Society

    2. Corporate Governance

    3. Entrepreneurship

    4. Family Business Research

    5. Gender, Race and Diversity in Organisations

    6. Innovation

    7. International Management

    9. Organisational Behaviour & Human Resources Management

    10. Project Organising

    11. Public & Non-Profit Management

    12. Research Methods and Research Practice 

    13. Strategic Management

    14. Conference Theme: Transforming Business for Good

     

    1. Business for Society - B4S

    GT01_00 - Business for Society General Track

    ST01_01/ST02_01 - Rethinking the Responsible Corporation: Bridging Management, Law & Purpose (B4S & CoGo SIGs)

    ST01_02 - Performance measurement and management for sustainability

    ST01_03 - Finance and Economy for Society: Inclusion, Empowerment and Sustainability

    T01_04 - Sustainability and the Black Box of the Firm (2nd meeting)

    T01_05 - Philosophy for business ethics

    T01_06 - Spirituality and Practical Wisdom: Navigating change to address the grand challenges

    T01_07 - Disrupting Management Education: Innovative approaches to address grand challenges

    T01_08 - Arts & Philosophy for Business and Society

    T01_09 - From AI to digital transformation in the Human+ Era: what are the effects on business and society?

    T01_10 - Rethinking the future of food and food business models: sustainability, wellbeing, innovation and technology

    T01_11 - Stakeholder Engagement for Sustainable Value Co-Creation

    T01_12 - Collective Action to Face Grand Challenges: joint power behind sustainable business and projects

    T01_13 - Transition to Circular Economy Business Model supported by innovation and Industry 4.0

    2. Corporate Governance – COGO 

    GT02_00 - Corporate Governance General Track

    ST01_01/ST02_01 - Rethinking the Responsible Corporation: Bridging Management, Law & Purpose (B4S & CoGo SIGs)

    ST02_02 - Board of Directors and Top Management Teams

    ST02_03 - Corporate Governance and Diversity

    T02_04 - Corporate Governance, Sustainability and The Purpose of Corporations

    3. Entrepreneurship – ENT

    GT03_00 - Entrepreneurship General Track

    ST03_01/ST06_01/ST13_01 - Business Model - Strategy, Innovation, and Entrepreneurial Venturing (co-sponsored ENT / INNO / SM)

    ST03_02 - Entrepreneurship Processes: Leveraging innovation to start up

    ST03_03 - Entrepreneurial Decision Making and Behaviour

    ST03_04 - Entrepreneurial Finance

    ST03_05 - Entrepreneurship, Regions & Regional Development

    ST03_06 - Social and Sustainable Entrepreneurship

    ST03_07 - Growth Strategies & Internationalization for SMEs

    T03_08 - Migrant and ethnic minority entrepreneurship for inclusion: exploring the bright, the dark and the in-between

    T03_09 - Life Design, Entrepreneurial Life Design, Design Y/our Future

    T03_10 - Circularity and entrepreneurship

    T03_11 - Sustainable Entrepreneurship Education and Educators

    T03_12 - The platform economy for Venturing and Collaborating: Entrepreneurs, Stakeholders, Technologies, and Ecosystems

    T03_13 - Saudi Arabia Matters: Cases from a Transforming Knowledge Economy

    T03_14 - Academic entrepreneurship and technology transfer processes

    T03_15 - Female entrepreneurship

    T03_16 / T06_09 - Entrepreneurial and Innovation Ecosystems

    T03_17 - Everyday Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries

    T03_18 - The Evolution of Entrepreneurial Education in Entrepreneurial Ecosystems

    T03_19 - Entrepreneurship for transformations of and through the creative industries

    T03_20 - Theoretical building and new frontiers in entrepreneurship

    4. Family Business Research

    GT04_00 - Family Business Research General Track

    ST04_01 - Behavior, Performance, and Sustainability in Family Firms

    ST04_02 - Family Business in Emerging, Developing, and Transitional Economies

    5. Gender, Race and Diversity in Organisations 

    GT05_00 - Gender, Race and Diversity in Organisations General Track

    ST05_01 Women & Gender in Work, Organisation & Beyond

    ST05_02 - Diversity issues in cultural context

    T05_03 - Intersectionality of Diversity at Work

    T05_04 - Culture and Innovation for Sustainability

    T05_05 - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) and Sustainability-Exploring the link

    T05_06 - Role of Diversity, Equality and Inclusion in Careers and Leadership

    6. Innovation – INNO 

    GT06_00 - Innovation General Track

    ST03_01/ST06_01/ST13_01 - Business Model - Strategy, Innovation, and Entrepreneurial Venturing (co-sponsored ENT / INNO / SM)

    ST06_02 - Innovation in Education for Sustainable Development

    ST06_03 - Digital Innovation: Strategies, Competencies, Ecosystems, Theories, and Practice

    ST06_04 - Inter-organizational networks and innovation

    ST06_05 - Innovation for Sustainability, Circularity and Green-tech

    ST06_06 - Managing Service Innovation

    ST06_07 - Open Innovation

    ST06_08 - Managing Creativity for Innovation:  Design, Collaborative Spaces, and People

    T03_16 / T06_09 - Entrepreneurial and Innovation Ecosystems

    T06_10 - Innovation intermediaries and intermediation practices for interorganizational and cross-domain collaboration

    T06_11 - From Science Management to Innovation Management: Science – Industry Relations and New Forms of Knowledge Transfer

    T06_13 - Innovation Management in Healthcare: Current Challenges and Future Opportunities for Value Creation

    7. International Management - IM

    GT07_00 International Management General Track

    ST07_01 - Global Mobility

    ST07_02 - Management and cultures: Qualitative organizational research

    T07_03 - Managing Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Goals in International Business Contexts

    T07_04 - International Competitiveness

    9. Organisational Behaviour & Human Resources Management – OB & HRM

    GT09_00 - Organisational Behaviour General Track

    ST09_01 - Human Resource Management

    ST09_02 - Team Performance Management

    ST09_03 – Leadership

    T09_04 - Sustainable HRM and New Ways of Working

    T09_05 - Delving into the interplay of organizational design, structures, and behaviors: aligning the stars

    T09_06 - Beyond good and evil: unravelling the bright and the dark sides of organizational power

    T09_07 - Big Data, Analytics, and Emerging Tech in  Organisational Behaviour and HRM

    T09_08 - Advancing Inclusivity: Empowering People with Disabilities in the workplace

    10. Project Organising - PO

    GT10_00 - Project Organising General Track

    ST10_01 - Multi-level Perspectives on Major and Megaprojects

    ST10_02 -Project and Society: Sustainability, Stakeholders, and the Dark Side

    T10_03 - The Transformative Power of Artificial Intelligence (Ai) In Project Management In The Digital Work Environment

    T10_04 - Human Resource Challenges of Leading Sustainable Projects With Diversity and Inclusion During Turbulent Times

    T10_05 - Projecting for Sustainability Transitions

    T10_06 - Unveiling the Perspectives of Project Risk Management: Delivering Success and Navigating Contextual Risks

    T10_07 - Digital, Agile, Resilient, and Adaptive Transformation from the Project perspective

    T10_08 - Innovating Project Leadership

    T10_09 - Behavioral aspect of project management (in managing grand challenges)

    11. Public and Non-Profit Management – PM&NPM

    GT11_00 - Public and Non-Profit Management General Track

    ST11_01 - Accounting, Auditing and Sustainability in Public and Hybrid Organizations

    ST11_02 - Healthcare Management Research

    ST11_03 - Management and governance of culture, heritage and tourism

    T11_04 - Public Value Co-creation and Innovation: the interplay among subjects, objectives and processes

    T11_05 - Value Creation and Sustainable Solutions: Integrating Stakeholder Resources for Enduring Grand Challenges

    T11_06 - Digital Transformation in the Public Sector

    T11_07 - Public trust, participatory governance, and resilient democracy as a new open government agenda?

    12. Research Methods and Research Practice – RM&RP

    GT12_00 - Research Methods and Research Practice General Track

    ST12_01 - Coevolutionary and Ecosystem Perspectives

    ST12_02 - Research Methods for Complex Adaptive Systems

    T12_03 - Tourism research and practice: trends, transitions, and tractions

    T12_04 - Historical Research in Management Studies

    13. Strategic Management – SM 

    GT13_00 - Strategic Management General Track

    ST03_01/ST06_01/ST13_01 - Business Model - Strategy, Innovation, and Entrepreneurial Venturing (co-sponsored ENT / INNO / SM)

    ST13_03 - CENA - Coopetition, Ecosystems, Networks and Alliances

    ST13_04 - Mergers & Acquisitions and Divestitures: A Glimpse into the Future

    ST13_05 - Microfoundations of Strategy: Dynamic Capabilities and Knowledge Mechanisms

    ST13_06 - Strategic Ambidexterity: solving the tensions between existing and new processes

    ST13_07 - Strategic Processes and Practices: Theorizing strategic processes and practices for sustainability

    ST13_08 - Ecosystems and Platforms Research in the Digital Economy

    T13_09 - Artificial Intelligence for strategic management and ESG Development

    T13_10 - Supply chain strategies for a sustainable business

    T13_11 - Challenges and solutions for sport in future

    14. Conference Theme: Fostering Innovation to Address Grand Challenges

    GT14_00 General Track - Fostering Innovation to Address Grand Challenges

    T14_01 - Societal inequalities and its organizational implications: Moving research and practice forward

    T14_02 - Planetary Boundaries, Interconnected Ecologies, and the Grand Challenge of Environmental Sustainability

    T14_03 - Business and Management Education to prepare students for Grand Challenges

    T14_04 - Managing well-being and the good life: comprehensive approaches to industrial transformations

    T14_05 - What management can and cannot do against Corruption?  Managerial technologies in anti-corruption policies

    II. Deadline

    Please respect the deadlines, especially the paper submission deadline: 11 January 2024 – 2 pm Belgian time.

    III. Authors' Guidelines for Full Papers

    To ensure that it is possible to publish your paper in the proceedings it is essential that all authors strictly follow the guidelines and formatting instructions for both preparation and submission of all papers.

    For EURAM 2024, the abstracts and full papers will be published in e-format and for the latter, accessible for registered delegates only.

    The proceedings will carry the ISSN 2466-7498 and ISBN 978-2-9602195-6-2.

    Each paper will be screened to ensure compliance with EURAM's guidelines. Papers which do not match the EURAM requirements will be desk-rejected and authors will not have the opportunity to submit an updated version.

    Please read below instructions carefully prior to submitting and remember to select at least one of the Sustainable Development Goals your research addresses (UN SDGs):

    1. Each paper can only be submitted to ONE track.

    2. Submitted papers must NOT have been previously published and if under review, must NOT appear in print before the EURAM 2024 Conference.

    3. To facilitate the blind review process, remove ALL authors identifying information (names, affiliations..), including acknowledgements from the text, and document/file properties (any submissions with author information will be automatically DELETED; author information and acknowledgements are to be included in the submission form).

    4. The abstract should not exceed 400 words and should be included both in the PDF and the submission form.

    5. Include 3 keywords in the submission form. A maximum of 6 keywords is allowed.

    6. The entire paper (title page, abstract, main text, figures, tables, references, etc.) must be in ONE anonymised document created in PDF format.

    7. The maximum length of the paper is 40 pages (including ALL tables, appendices and references). The minimum length of the paper is 10 pages.

    As an overall principle:

    • For your abstract you may have up to 400 words.

    • For your paper length, 40 pages maximum prevails over 9,000 words.

    8. Use Times New Roman 12-pitch font, double spaced, and 1-inch (2.5 cm) margin all around.

    9. Number all the pages of the paper.

    10. No changes in the paper title, abstract, authorship, track and actual paper can occur AFTER the submission deadline.

    11. Check that the PDF File of your paper prints correctly and ensure that the file is virus-free. Submissions will be done on-line on the EURAM  2024 submission system (platform opens on 1st of December).

    12. Only submissions in English shall be accepted for review.

    13. In case of acceptance, the author or one of the co-authors should be available to present the paper at the conference. A presenting author* can only present one paper at the conference.

    14. If you submit a paper, you agree to review at least two papers for EURAM 2024 in the track you have submitted your paper to.

    * ONE PRESENTING AUTHOR = ONE PAPER

    Each individual is limited to one personal appearance on the programme as a presenting author. This policy precludes acceptance of papers for more than one presentation. In other words, an author can submit and present only one paper. However, a presenter can always be a non-presenting co-author on additional papers.

    For more information, we invite you to visit the conference website.

    Should you have any hesitation on which track to select for your paper, you may wish to contact a track chair by email to find the best fit for your submission.

    For general questions, you may contact info@euram.academy.

    Best wishes,

     

    On behalf of the Local Organising Committee,

    Steve Brammer, EURAM 2024 Co-Chair, Dean of the School of Management Bath 
    Panos Desyllas, EURAM 2024 Co-Chair, Associate Professor 



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    Dr. Hamid Kazeroony, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
    Extraordinary Professor
    North West University,
    South Africa
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