British Academy of Management Grant (BAM) and Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM)
BAM/ANZAM Collaborative Research Award
***Applications for the British Academy of Management and Australian and New Zealand Acaedemy of Management Grant Scheme are currently closed***
BAM/ANZAM Collaborative Research Award (maximum award £6,000)
The purpose of this Scheme is to support and advance international research collaborations between management researchers in Australia, New Zealand and UK. The scheme is based on a partnership between British Academy of Management (BAM) and the Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM). The scheme gives priority for the development of BAM/ANZAM members who are at an early stage in their careers, defined by being less than 5 years after completing their PhD at the date of closing of applications. More experienced researchers are welcome to apply, but they must clearly explain their role in the work and in developing the skills of early career researchers. Priority will be given to proposals with clear and effective publication, dissemination and impact plans.
The scheme is open to all BAM and ANZAM members. Non-members wishing to apply to the scheme must first join BAM or ANZAM. The Principal Investigator and all Co-Investigators must be either BAM or ANZAM Members and have active BAM or ANZAM membership for the duration of the project. The maximum value of the award is £6,000.
Applicants must read the BAM/ANZAM Collaborative Research Scheme Terms and Conditions and Financial Guidance before making an application to the Scheme. Letters of support will be required from the Principal Investigator’s Head of Department and Research Office.
2019 documentation - this will be updated for the 2021 Grant Scheme
BAM/ANZAM Noticeboard - for finding collaborators in the UK or Australia & New Zealand
- Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management website
- BAM Special Interest Groups (SIGS)
- BAM Mission and Strategic Objectives
- Keywords information
For any questions on the schemes, please contact the British Academy of Management Grants Administrator, Stuart Hull, at email@example.com