CfP: Developing your Conference paper

We are delighted to invite you to the ‘Developing your Conference Paper and getting more from your chosen Conference: Insights for doctoral students and early career researchers ‘ workshop. 

Theme: Transforming part of your research into a paper

Date: Thursday, 12th December 2019, 9:30am – 3:00pm

Location: Room MB708C, Aston University, Main Building, Birmingham, B4 7ET

Paper submission details: Click here

We are delighted to offer the now well established, annual workshop for current Doctoral and Early Career Researchers. The aim is to enable each of you, as participants, to prepare for and leverage your attendance at high quality paper conferences such as the BAM 2020 Conference and build a strong basis for your future publications.

This ‘hands-on’ workshop aims to help Doctoral and Early Career Researchers to successfully transform part of your research into a paper. Within a safe environment, you will be able to experiment with your writing style, receive feedback on areas for improvement and development, meet prominent academicians in your field and network.

This is a huge opportunity to receive feedback outside your supervisory team by well-renowned academics in your respective field! 

To register and find out more details about the programme, please click here.

Please do not hesitate to contact the event facilitator with regards to the academic programme: Professor Nicholas O’Regan at 

If you have any queries with regards to the event logistics, please contact the British Academy of Management Events Officer at
The BAM Team | British Academy of Management  

PhD & Post-Doc event: Crisis, Resilience & Risk

The Centre for Business History in Scotland (CBHS), at the University of Glasgow are holding a three-day event aimed at PhD students and early career Post-Docs on 26-28 August 2019.  The event is being organised by CBHS, Glasgow, with assistance from the department of Modern History at the University of Tuebingen, Germany.  The theme of the Summer School is, “Business beyond the Business Cycle:  Crises, Resilience and Risk Management, c.1850-2000.

Please circulate the attached Call for Papers to any PhD students or Post Docs you think might be interested in presenting a paper at the Summer School.  The deadline for applications is Monday, 10 June 2019.

Also, if you wish to attend and/or participate, please email the organisers, Dr Christopher Miller, or Dr Daniel Menning,