Université Paris - Est Créteil (UPEC)

Address: UPEC - Place de la porte des Champs - 94010 Créteil

Metro Station: Créteil-Université (Line 8)

When coming directly to the CROUS Restaurant

Address: Restaurant CROUS La pointe Jaune- 61 avenue du Général de Gaulle- Créteil

Metro Station: Créteil-Université

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Université Paris- Dauphine

Address: Université Paris-Dauphine - Place du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny, 75016 Paris

Metro Station: Porte Dauphine (line 2)  RER Station: Avenue Foch (line C)

 

 

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Dear colleague,

In the sad situation that our Local Organising Committee and some of our other members are experiencing in Paris, we think that it is more important than ever to strengthen our community of engaged scholars and to prepare our Conference focused on Cooperation. The presentation of the theme of EURAM 2016 ends by the French motto “Liberté – Egalité – Fraternité”.

 
To prepare a beautiful event in June, embodying those values, we need your full support. The track chairs rely on your commitment and expertise to build a high quality and meaningful programme. We hope to be able to count on you once more, or for the first time, and would like you invite you to register as a reviewer for the EURAM 2016 Conference.
To do so, please go to http://2016.euramfullpaper.org/callfor.asp It will take you 4-5 minutes to fill out your profile. With this information, track chairs will be able to match papers with your expertise areas. If you registered as reviewer in 2015 you will simply have to check and complete your profile. We kindly ask you to register as a reviewer and for other volunteer roles by 31 December 2015.
Papers to review will be sent to you during the month of February with a deadline of 3 March 2016 to complete your review/s.

We take this opportunity to remind you about our main deadlines:

The
Paper Submission Deadline is set for 12 January 2016 at 2:00 pm Belgian time (check the time difference here). Submissions are done online.
The conference will be held 1, 2, 3 and 4 June 2016 in Paris. They will be preceded by pre-conference activities on 31 May. Additional information about the programme tracks and submission guidelines can be found on http://euram-online.org/annual-conference-2016
The Submission Deadline for the Doctoral Colloquium is set for 27 January 2016 at 2:00 pm Belgian time (check the time difference here) Submissions are done on line.

The Doctoral Colloquium will be held on 29 -31 May 2016 in Paris.

We look forward to receiving your registrations and papers and to pursue our collaboration with you for the EURAM 2016 Conference.


Our best wishes for a more peaceful world,

On behalf of the Local Organising Committee

Professor Julienne Brabet, EURAM 2016 Conference Chair

 

 

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EURAM Welcome Reception

 

The EURAM Welcome Reception (open to registered guests) is hosted by University Paris Dauphine on Tuesday 31 May 2016 at 18:30 

 

EURAM Party (Cancelled)

The EURAM Party will take place on a Bateau Mouche "The Gabarre" - River Boat  (on the Seine) on Friday 3 June 2016.

The boat will travel all over Paris to reveal the heart of the City of Light. The cruise will allow you to discover or rediscover all of thmagic of the banks of the River Seine, which are enhanced by the most prestigious monuments which have marked history.

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Road Map

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Access & Boarding

Boarding (Door Opening 19:45 / Boat Departure 20:30) and landing take place at the Port de la Conférence - Pont de l’Alma, on the Rive Droite, in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. 

  • Metro line 9 - Alma-Marceau 
  • Metro line 1 - Franklin Roosevelt 
  • RER C : Pont de l’Alma 

 

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

For new comers: Our 13 SIGs are the building blocks of EURAM. Their Chairs and Officers nurture communities of engaged scholars focused on specific research issues. Standing tracks are tracks having the vocation to stand at least during a few years within a SIG. If tracks are listed as “2016 Tracks”, they were selected after a competitive submission and review process (they may become standing tracks from 2017 if they meet a great success). Each SIG General Track invites contributions from all areas related to its specific research issues that are not explicitly covered by other tracks within the SIG.

 

SIG 01: Business for Society (B4S) 

GT 01_00   Business for Society General track  

B4S STANDING TRACKS 

ST 01_01 Accounting and control for sustainability

ST 01_02 Finance, Economy and Society: For a Sustainable Re-embedding 

ST 01_03 Institutional change, Power, Resistance and Critical Management 

ST 01 _04 Responsible Global Value Chains 

BUSINESS for SOCIETY 2016 TRACKS 

T  01_05 Marketing for Society

T 01_06 Economic crisis and austerity: the risk on human and social rights at work

T 01_07 Rethinking the form, governance & legal constitution of corporations: theoretical issues & social stakes

T 01_08 Organizing collective action: meta, partial and temporary organizations

T 01_09 Inter-organizational restructuring in civil society organizations

T 01_10 Beyond rationalism, rationality and rationalization: critical, clinical and psychodynamic approaches to organizational life

T 09_07 Legal economy, corruption and the grey area: the relationships with the organized crime (Co-sponsored with the Organizational Behaviour SIG-09)

 

SIG 02: Corporate Governance (CoGo)

GT 02_00   Corporate Governance General Track

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE STANDING TRACKS 

ST 02_01 Top Management Teams & Business Elites

ST 02_02 Boards of Directors             

  

SIG 03: Entrepreneurship (ENT)

GT 03_00 Entrepreneurship General Track 

ENTREPRENEURSHIP STANDING TRACKS

ST 03_01 Social Entrepreneurship and societal change

ST 03_02 Academic Entrepreneurship and the Entrepreneurial University

ST 03_03 Entrepreneurial Finance

ENTREPRENEURSHIP 2016 TRACKS 

T 03_04 Internationalization & Growth Strategies for SME

T 03_05 Entrepreneurship, Regions and Regional Development

T 03_06 Entrepreneurial Emotions and Passion

T 03_ 07 Gender Issues in Entrepreneurship: What We Know and What We Should Know (Co-sponsored with the GRDO SIG-05)

T 03_08 Entrepreneurship: the role of freelancers, independent professionals and the solo self-employed

T 03_09 Judgment and Heuristics in uncertain contexts

T 03_10 Entrepreneurship in family firms

T 03_11 Model-based strategy assessment in virtual environments for sustainable entrepreneurship (Co-sponsored with the Strategic Management SIG-13)

T 03_12 Cultural Entrepreneurship and Arts Management

 

SIG 04: Family Business Research (FABR)

GT 04_00 Family Business Research General Track

FAMILY BUSINESS RESEARCH STANDING TRACK

ST 04_01 Family Business Governance

FAMILY BUSINESS RESEARCH 2016 TRACKS

T 04_02 Family Business in Emerging, Developing, and Transition Economies

T 04_03 Finance in Family Business

T 04_04 Family business goals, family dynamics, behavioral processes and innovation in family firms

T 04 _05 Social Issues in Family Firms

T 04_06 Careers in family business

 

SIG 05: Gender, Race, and Diversity in Organisations (GRDO)

GT 05_00  Gender, Race, and Diversity in Organisations General Track

GENDER, RACE, DIVERSITY in ORGANISATIONS 2016 TRACKS

T 05_01 Women in Management, Work and Organization

T 05_02 Women's employment in the Middle East and North Africa

T 03_ 07 Gender Issues in Entrepreneurship: What We Know and What We Should Know (Co-sponsored with the Entrepreneurship SIG-03)

 

SIG 06: Innovation (INNO)

GT 06_00  Innovation General Track

INNOVATION STANDING TRACKS 

ST 06_01 Rethinking the Design Paradigm in Management: Theories, Activities, and Organisations

ST 06_02 Business Model Innovation (BMI)(Co-sponsored with the Strategic Management SIG-13)

ST 06_03 Standardisation and Innovation

ST 06_04 Open Innovation 

ST 06_05 Organizing Creativity for Innovation: Multidisciplinary perspectives, theories, and practices

ST 06_06 Service Innovation and Servitization

ST 06_07 Knowledge, Learning, and Innovation

ST 06_08 Sustainable HRM and Human Factors for Innovation

INNOVATION 2016 TRACKS 

T 06_09 Network Configurations, Location, Innovation and Time

T 06_10 Teaching and learning with a difference 

T 06_ 11 Managing Emerging Technologies for Socio-Economic Impact 

T 06 _ 12 Organizational Behavior in a Digital Ecosystem: Challenges and Opportunities

 

SIG 07: International Management (IM)

GT 07_00 International Management General Track 

INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT STANDING TRACKS 

ST 07_01 Expatriate Management

ST 07_02 SME Internationalisation - Advances and future perspectives

INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT 2016 TRACKS 

T 07_03 International Competitiveness

T 07_04 Management Research in the Arab Middle East - What's Now and What's Next?

T 07 _05 From Latin Europe to Latin America - What's new?

T 07_06 Strategy, Management & Marketing in Africa

T 07_07 The Dark and the Bright Side of Cross-Border M&A

T 07_08 Corruption or Collaboration: The Implications of Cultural Practices for Global Business and Management

 

SIG 08: Managing Sport (SPORT)

GT 08_00 Managing Sport General Track 

MANAGING SPORT STANDING TRACKS 

ST 08_01 Sport Governance

ST 08_02 Managing sport events and sport event tourism

MANAGING SPORT 2016 TRACK 

T 08_03 Sport Innovation

 

SIG 09: Organizational Behaviour (OB)

GT 09_00 Organizational Behaviour General Track

ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR STANDING TRACKS

ST 09 _01 Team Performance Management

ST 09_02 Human Resources Management

ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR 2016 TRACKS 

T 09_03 Employee training, development, evaluation

T09_04 Work Motivation, Leadership and Trust: Current Links and Challenges

T09_05 Organisational Cognition: Theories, Applications and Advancements

T09_06 Organizational Routines Excellence: Learning, Resilience and Sustainability Effects, Processes and Artifacts

T 09_07 Legal economy, corruption and the grey area: the relationships with the organized crime (co-sponsored with the Business for Society SIG-01)

T 09_08 Rethinking (Open) Collaboration? Distributed Networks, Open Innovation and Open Source as Emerging Organizational Models

 

SIG 10: Project Organising (PO)

GT 10-00 Project Organising General Track  

  

SIG 11: Public and Non-Profit Management (PM&NPM)

GT 11_00 Public and Non-Profit Management General Track  

PUBLIC AND NON-PROFIT MANAGEMENT STANDING TRACKS 

ST 11_01 Management Research in Healthcare Organizations

ST 11_02 Governance of Public and Non-Profit Organizations

ST 11_03 Accountability, sustainability and ethics in public and non -profit sectors

PUBLIC and NON-PROFIT MANAGEMENT 2016 TRACKS 

T 11_04 Corporate Governance and Management of State-Owned Enterprises on Local, National and Regional Level

T 11_05 Management and governance of culture and heritage

T 11_06 Management and Governance in Tourism

 

SIG 12: Research Methods and Research Practice (RM&RP)

GT 12_00   Research Methods and Research Practice General Track 

RESEARCH METHODS AND RESEARCH PRACTICE STANDING TRACK 

ST 12_01 Developing an Evolutionary Epistemology?  Evolutionary Approaches in Management Research  

RESEARCH METHODS AND RESEARCH PRACTICE 2016 TRACKS 

T 12_02 Computational and Mathematical Research Methods

 

SIG 13: Strategic Management (SM)

GT 13_00 Strategic Management General Track 

STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT STANDING TRACKS

ST 13_01 Corporate Strategy: Cooperative Dynamics in Mergers and Acquisitions, Diversification and Alliances

ST 13_02 Business Ecosystems: Innovation Ecosystem in the Shared Economy

ST 13_03 Strategic Processes and Practices 

ST 13_04 Competitive Dynamics: The Challenge of Unusual Contexts

ST 13_05 Microfoundations of Strategy, Dynamic Capabilities and Knowledge mechanisms

ST 06_02 Strategy and Business Model Innovation (Co-sponsored with the Innovation SIG-06)

STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT 2016 TRACKS

T 13_ 06 Collaborative Strategies: Coopetition, Networks and Alliances

T 13_ 07 The Paradox of Exploitation and Exploration: Social Network Theory Explanada

T 13_ 08 Dynamics of Strategic Multi-Partner Network Management in Different Contexts

T 13_ 09 Behavioral Strategy

T 03_ 11 Model-Based Strategy Assessment in Virtual Environments for Sustainable Entrepreneurship (Co-sponsored with the Entrepreneurship SIG-03)

 

SIG 14: Tracks sponsored by the 2016 Conference Committee

GT 14_00   Conference General Track 

T 14_01 Next Management Theory

T 14_02  Cooperation in the field of careers?

T 14_03 Emergency Management and Organisational Resilience: Bridging the Theory-Practice Gap

 

The European Academy of Management Early Career Network

http://euram-online.org/community/eecc.html

The European Academy of Management Early Career Network invites advanced PhD-students, Postdocs, and recently appointed Lecturers or Assistant Professors in management and cognate fields of research to meet peers, mentors, and members of the EURAM top management team at the:

8thEURAMEarlyCareerColloquiumon“Impact”March5-7,2017@RabatBusinessSchool

To learn more about the EECCcommunity, please join our dedicated EECC session during the EURAM 2016 Conference :

ThursdayJune2 2016, 16.30-18.00 inLangues Building, Room117

 

 

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