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Call for Papers | EURAM Strategic Interest Group Managing Sport | Dublin, Ireland, June 10–12, 2020. Call ends January 14, 2020
You are cordially invited to submit papers to the Strategic Interest Group Managing Sport for the 20th EURAM conference that will take place in Dublin 10–12 June at the Trinity Business School. We would very much appreciate if you could share this call for papers with colleagues who might also be interested in contributing to the Managing Sport tracks at EURAM 2020.
Call for Papers | Managing Sport – Special Interest Group at EURAM 2018 | School of Business, University of Iceland, June 20–23, 2018. Call ends January 10, 2018
The EURAM 'Managing Sport' SIG aims to promote research and education in the fields of sports business and management in Europe, with special emphasis on international comparisons, and to foster an understanding of the role of professionalisation and commercialisation of sport on European economy and society.
Call for Papers | Managing Sport, Special Interest Group for the 17th EURAM Conference | June 21–24 2017, Strathclyde Business School, Glasgow
You are cordially invited to submit papers to the SIG 'Managing Sport' for the 17th EURAM conference that will take place in Glasgow 21-24 June at Strathclyde Business School. We would very much appreciate if you could share this call for papers with colleagues who might also be interested in contributing to the 'Managing Sport' tracks at EURAM 2017.
Next year, the European Academy of Management’s annual conference is being held in Paris. Find the full Call for Papers here, as well as all important dates and everything else you need to know. Of particular interest is Special Interest Group 08: Managing Sport (SPORT). Deadline for paper submission is January 12, 2016. The conference coincides with France's hosting of the UEFA European Championship, which therefore provides...
Call for Papers | Three sports Special Interest Groups of the European Academy of Management, EURAM, Conference, June 2015
The EURAM “Managing Sport” SIG is a network of academics, practitioners, athletes and sport officials whose interests revolve around aspects of internationalisation, professionalisation and commercialisation of sports in theory and in practice.