Grants

BAM Grant Schemes - 2021 award holders announced

The British Academy of Management (BAM) is pleased to announce the award holders for the 2021 grant schemes as part of its mission to build a thriving, pluralistic research community by supporting relevant, ethical and innovative management and business research.

The 2021 Award Holders are listed below.  Project summaries for each of the projects is available to download here: BAM and Partner Grant Schemes - award holders 2021

BAM Transitions 1 Research Grant (maximum £4,000 per project) for Early Career Researchers

  • Dr Mengyi Xu, Cranfield University Work-life boundary management in the hybrid working context: a case study of the Higher Education
  • Dr Yerzhan Tokbolat, Queen’s University Belfast - Say on corporate political spending: empirical evidence from the UK
  • Dr Nuala Ryan (PI) and Dr Elaine Berkery (Co-I), University of Limerick – A stakeholder informed evidenced based approach to understanding and informing talent management practices for international nurses in healthcare organisations

BAM Transitions 2 Research Grant (maximum £4,000 per project) for established researchers

  • Dr Maria Balta (PI) and Prof Athanasis Papadopoulos (Co-I) University of Kent - Business model pivoting and digital technologies' use among startups in turbulent environments 
  • Dr Pilar Velasco (PI) and Assoc Prof Gabriel de la Fuente (Co-I) – Universidad de Valladolid – Business diversification and ESG strategies: understanding their interplay to build corporate resilience
  • Dr Qing Lu, University of Hull Is Unexpected Termination of International Joint Ventures Legitimised?

BAM Management Knowledge and Education (MKE) Award (maximum £4,000 per project)

On this occasion the MKE scheme co-chairs decided not to make any awards but are developing new capacity building opportunities for the community ahead of the next funding call expected in 2023. 

BAM Grant Schemes - further information

 

Collaborative Research Award Schemes - 2021 award holders announced

BAM is also pleased to announce the 2021 award holders for the inaugural collaborative research awards in conjunction with the Irish Academy of Management (IAM) and Società Italiana di Management (SIMA), and a second round of collaborative research award funding with the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM).   

The 2021 Award Holders are listed below.  Project summaries for each of the projects is available to download here:  BAM and Partner Grant Schemes - award holders 2021

BAM-ANZAM Collaborative Research Award (maximum £6,000) with Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management

  • Dr Blooma John (PI), University of Canberra (AU); and Prof Niki Panteli (Co-I), Royal Holloway University of London (UK) - Leading the Digital Workplace Transformation in the Covid-19 Context

BAM-IAM Collaborative Research Award (maximum £4,000) with Irish Academy of Management

  • Dr Kelsy Hejjas (PI), Edinburgh Napier University (UK), and Dr Kelly Maguire (Co-I), Technological University of the Shannon: Midlands Midwest (IEFailing to Plan is Planning to Fail: Towards an Evidence Informed Approach to Tourism Planning 

BAM-SIMA Collaborative Research Award (maximum £4,000) with Società Italiana di Management

  • Dr Roberta De Angelis (PI), Cardiff University (UK), and Assoc Professor Massimiliano Vesci (Co-I), University of Salerno (IT) Doing Business in the Age of the Anthropocene: An Empirical Investigation of Circular Economy Business Models 

Collaborative Research Award Schemes - further information

 

SAMS-BAM Research and Capacity Building Grant Scheme

The Society for the Advancement of Management Studies (SAMS) and BAM successfully launched a new grant scheme in 2019, with two awards being made for projects starting in 2020.  A second funding round launched in 2020 with one award being made in 2021.

The scheme partnership strengthens the commitment of both organisations to support management research and promote capacity building.

  • SAMS-BAM Research and Capacity Building Grant Scheme (maximum £150,000 per project)

SAMS/BAM Research and Capacity Building Scheme - awarded grants

SAMS/BAM Research and Capacity Building Scheme - further information