The British Academy of Management is grateful for the support it has received and would like to thank the following Exhibitors and Sponsors who are involved in the BAM2019 Conference.
PMI (Project Management Institute)
PMI is the largest not-for-profit membership association for the project management profession. PMI Academic Programs works to advance the profession through resources and support for project management scholars, faculty, professionals, and students, including:
Research Funding and Dissemination
- Funding for project management research through a dedicated Sponsored Research Program
- Research dissemination through the Project Management Journal
- Thesis research funding for master’s and doctoral students
- Access to publications including articles, books, and papers on basic and applied research findings
Curriculum and Accreditation
- Flexible curriculum guidelines that support the development of both new and existing project management courses and programs
- A platform for faculty to share their own curriculum content and teaching resources
- Accreditation of bachelor’s and postgraduate programs through the PMI Global Accreditation Center (GAC)
- Student membership and entry-level PMI certification
- Scholarships for students studying project management and related disciplines
European Management Journal (EMJ)
ESCP Europe, London, UK
Adam Smith Business School
University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK
ESCP Europe, London, UK
The European Management Journal (EMJ) is a flagship scholarly journal, publishing internationally leading research across all areas of management. EMJ articles challenge the status quo through critically informed empirical and theoretical investigations, and present the latest thinking and innovative research on major management topics, while still being accessible and interesting to non-specialists. Grounded in scientific, peer-reviewed research, the journal provides highly relevant insights to industry and a broad range of societal stakeholders.
EMJ articles are characterized by their intellectual curiosity and diverse methodological approaches, which lead to contributions that impact profoundly on management theory and practice. We welcome interdisciplinary research that synthesizes distinct research traditions to shed new light on contemporary challenges in the broad domain of European business and management.
Cross-cultural investigations addressing the challenges for European management scholarship and practice in dealing with global issues and contexts are strongly encouraged.
For more information:
- Editorial, Minas Kastanakis, Editor-in-Chief
- General inquiries, Joannah Duncan, Managing Editor
- EMJ articles
- Call for papers
- Introductory and best practice videos
EMJ is owned by ESCP Europe and the University of Glasgow and published by Elsevier Ltd. There are 6 issues per year and EMJ is a double-blind, peer-reviewed journal, involving at least two reviewers. Furthermore, special issues, or groups of 3 to 4 papers (under the heading of 'Management Focus'), are published by Guest Editors.