Invitation to doctoral students to participate in the
EURAM 2006 DOCTORAL COLLOQUIUM
EURAM (European Academy of Management), in collaboration with EDAMBA (European Doctoral Program Association in Management and Business Administration) and EIASM (European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management), invite doctoral students to participate in the Doctoral Colloquium. This invitation is addressed to students conducting doctoral research in all the areas of Management studies, who have already a research project or are completing it for their dissertation, and who wish to present it to a international scientific community.
The Doctoral Colloquium is a EURAM 2006 Pre-Conference Event.
EURAM 2006 theme: European Management Research: Farewell to Pure Reasoning- Welcome to Constructive Pluralism
On May 16, 2006,
The EURAM 2006 Doctoral Colloquium, in collaboration with EDAMBA and EISAM, will be held as a small, high-quality research event aimed at bringing together established management scholars with about fifty doctoral students.
It will constitute an interactive forum for provocative, deep debate on the forces influencing strategy, organization, leadership, management innovation, innovation processes, and outcomes, marketing, public management, or other issues of particular interest. The debate will also examine the relationship of these issues to research philosophy and methodology. Most important, students will have an opportunity to present and discuss their thesis ideas and problems, making the doctoral colloquium a forum that enables doctoral researchers to increase thesis quality.
A doctoral student must have an accepted paper to participate in the Doctoral Colloquium.
Submit your proposal on the EURAM 2006 web paper submission system until February 13, 2006. When submitting, please choose the “Doctoral Colloquium Track.”
Place and date
Tuesday, May 16, 2006, 09:00am – 22:00pm
at the Norwegian School of Management new Campus, Nydalsveien 37, 0442 Oslo, Norway
Objectives and activities
Submission of paper
Fees and registration
· Submissions of papers: February 13, 2006 (you can submit a paper also later, but proposals delivered on-time will have priority)
· Notification to authors: March 13, 2006