The British Academy of Management (BAM) is a not-for-profit learned society dedicated to developing academic management researchers at every stage of their career.
Our membership benefits include specialised training events, networking & paper feedback opportunities at the BAM Annual Conference, access to Special Interest Group networks, receipt of the monthly 3* and 4* BAM journals and a whole host of other membership services. Read on to find out more.
Annual Member Fees
- £60 | Ordinary Membership (paid for by Direct Debit - UK only) -
- £80 | Ordinary Membership (paid for by debit/credit card)
- £25 | Full-time and Part-time student membership
- £25 | Retired Membership
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BAM Membership Benefits
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BAM Annual Conference
Every year at varying locations throughout the UK, BAM holds a lively Conference in September, which is preceded by the Doctoral Symposium and the Professional Development Workshops. The Annual Conference is the cornerstone event for the wider business and management research community and provides an excellent opportunity to network and gain valuable feedback on the full and developmental papers presented from fellow peers and more senior academics in a friendly, vibrant, supportive and intellectually stimulating environment. The BAM2019 Conference is being held at Aston University from the 3rd - 5th September and we welcome you to attend.
As a BAM member, you will receive online access to the 4* British Journal of Management (BJM) and the 3* International Journal of Management Reviews (IJMR), via the BAM website and Wiley Blackwell Online Library. We have also teamed up with the Journal of Management Studies (JMS) to offer you an optional £20 annual subscription, a discount you will not find anywhere else.
BAM membership opens doors to a variety of networks, providing you with the opportunity to enhance your professional development by building contacts and improving your visibility and standing in the academic community.
BAM has over twenty Special Interest Groups (SIGs) and are at the core of the BAM Community, providing you with a forum to engage with fellow colleagues on leading edge thinking, research and teaching in your specific discipline. For more information about the SIGs, details on upcoming SIG events or to find out how you can become more actively involved, please visit the BAM website.
BAM also rewards its dedicated members by providing leadership opportunities, as you will have opportunity to stand for BAM Council and Executive Committee roles.
Training and Development
In addition to the BAM Annual Conference and the associated Doctoral Symposium, BAM runs Training and Development activities that provide members with the opportunity to develop and enhance their professional skills throughout the year. You can find out more about the training workshops and events on the website and sign up to them using our online booking system. Also, watch out for event updates via our events bulletin and monthly e-Newsletter.
As part of it’s Management and Business Capacity Building Initative, BAM seeks to identify entry routes into the management research profession at various stages in a career life course. Relevant information is provided on training activities and resources designed to develop members' research knowledge, skills and build management research capacity in the UK.
A comprehensive overview of all advanced training within the social science community and information about workshops organised by a range of providers on management topics, research methods, writing skills and career development can be found on the BAM website. It also offers a starting point for finding out about the expanding 'matrix of support' for management researchers at different stages in their career.
BAM members are encouraged to make use of our monthly e-Newsletter, a valuable tool for researchers, displaying the latest information on developments and opportunities both from within BAM and from the wider management community.
The e-Newsletter provides:
Important BAM Conference updates
Information on upcoming BAM events, including details on how to register
Updates on SIG activity
Announcements of external conferences/workshops, from providers such as ESRC, Chartered ABS, the British Library, ISBE
Current special issues and calls for papers, including guidelines for submission
If you or your organisation are hosting an opportunity that you feel would be of benefit to BAM members, we will be happy to consider advertising it in one of our editions.
Join the British Academy of Management by completing the online membership form:
If you have any questions regarding this process please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02073837770.