CFP: European Academy of Management, Rotterdam

A good opportunity for public management scholars. Geert Hofstede gave a keynote at this year’s conference. Some details:

We are kindly inviting you to submit your track proposals to EURAM’12, Rotterdam.

We also invite submissions for symposia and development working groups (DWGs) in the same way as proposals for tracks (for further information on the different types of submissions, please refer to:

The EURAM’12 Conference Scientific Committee and the EURAM Special Interest Group (SIG) chairs will evaluate submitted proposals. The role of track organisers for EURAM’12 Conference will be the following:

  • Propose a track/symposium/DWG theme likely to attract enough participation
  • Encourage submissions of full papers or alternative contributions
  • Supervise the double-blind peer review process
  • In agreement with the Scientific Committee and SIG chairs, send acceptance letters to authors.

Organisers are to submit the following information by email to quoting Track Proposal, Symposia Proposal or DWG Proposal in the subject line:

  • The title
  • The Special Interest Group (SIG – you can view the SIG list here) to which the proposal is submitted, or indicate GENERAL PROPOSAL if the proposal is not connected to any of the existing SIGs
  • The names, institutions, email addresses, phone numbers and research fields of the organisers
  • A short description of the proposed track/symposium/DWG (maximum 1000 words), to include four key words that capture its essence
  • A short bibliographical paragraph about the proposed topic submitted in the proposal
  • An indication of the number of sessions and papers (for track proposals), presentations (for symposia proposals) you would hope to attract/involve. For DWGs, please list the names of the speakers and their affiliations. Please refer back to the history of the track if already proposed in previous EURAM conferences
  • A short biography for each co-organizer
  • The name of the corresponding organiser. This is the person who will be responsible for the final acceptance of the papers in your track, the coordination of co-organisers, and for communication with the organising committee as well as with colleagues at EURAM involved in organising the Conference
  • A short description of your previous experiences of organising EURAM tracks/symposia/DWGs
  • If you propose a track indicate a list of 20 people who have committed to act as reviewers for the track, indicating their names, institutions and email addresses