EURAM 2020(th) – Deadline 9 July 2019
The EURAM 2020(th) Conference will be held in Dublin, Ireland on 4, 5 and 6 December.
Our conference theme is “The Business of Now: the future starts here”. Business researchers have a key role to play in helping to solve the managerial tension between the present and future. The business of now is a request from future generations to help guide the managers and leaders of today to: address climate change before it is too late; to be able to turn the futuristic visions of markets and new technologies into practical options for business today but which will also provide a platform for the future which best serves society; to make decisions today that will not just respond to market forces but shape them so that they serve business and society in a more inclusive and sustaining manner; and ultimately to provide the template for business serving intergenerational stakeholders where managers create rather than plunder the wealth and opportunities of future generations. At this pivotal point in our history, where urgent decisions need to be taken, help us to ensure that in EURAM 2020 we address this intergenerational research topic.
Call for Topics
Relevant topics comprise research questions, agendas, issues, problems or aspects which are connected with the conference theme or are normally included in the general programme of the conference (i.e. configuring the parallel sessions of the different Strategic Interest Groups [SIGs] of EURAM).
In the online system you will be asked to fill in the proposal, so please use the fields checklist to prepare your proposal before online submission.
Call for Symposia
- Engage a group of panellists in a formal interactive discussion
- Encourage lively discussion and presentation of alternative views
- Attract the interest of a sufficient number of scholars
- Engage with issues that cut across existing SIGs, and
- Can be accomplished in a 90min window
We very much look forward to welcoming you in Trinity College Dublin!
On behalf of the Local Organising Committee,
Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin
Conference Chair EURAM 2020