The EURAM 2017 Doctoral Colloquium was held in Strathclyde University on 10-20 June 2017

We would like to warmly thank all the Doctoral Colloquium Mentors, Speakers and Chairs for their collaboration.

 

EURAM 2017 Doctoral Colloquium Mentors and Speackers:

Florence Allard-Poësi, Institut de Recherche en Gestion, Université Paris-Est Créteil, France

Yehuda Baruch, Southampton University, UK

Andrea Caputo, Lincoln Business School, UK

Wojciech Czakon, University of Economics in Katowice, Poland

Jan Dul, Rotterdam School of Management Erasmus University, Netherlands

Luca Gnan, Tor Vergata University, Italy

Devi Gnyawali, Pamplin College of Business, USA

Vadim Grinevich, University of Southampton, UK

Alessandro Hinna, Tor Vergata University, Italy

Rémi Jardat, Université Paris Est Créteil, France

Rob J. G. Jansen, Tilburg University, Netherlands

Eythor Jonsson, University of Iceland

Mine Karatas-Ozkan, Southampton University, UK

Hamid Kazeroony, Minnesota State Colleges and University, USA

Miia Martinsuo, Tampere University of Technology, Finland

Elisabetta Mafrolla, University of Foggia, Italy

Anne-Katrin Neyer, Martin-Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg, Germany

Mustafa Ozbilgin, Brunel University, UK

Massimiliano Pellegrini, University of West London, UK

Barbara Simpson, Strathclyde University, UK

Harry Sminia, Strathclyde University, UK

Lucrezia Songini, Eastern Piedmont University, Italy

Runolfur Smari Steinthorsson, University of Iceland

Zsofia Toth, Nottingham University, UK

Sibel Yamak, Galatasaray University and University of Southhampton (Visiting), Turkey & UK

 

Chairs:

Hans Lundberg, Linnaeus University, Växjö & Kalmar, Sweden, EURAM Vice President for the Doctoral Colloquium & Conferences

Peter McKiernan, Chair on behalf of Strathclyde University, Scotland

 

Co-Chairs:

Wojciech Czakon, University of Economics in Katowice, Poland

Alessandro Hinna, University of Tor Vergata, Italy

Mine Karatas-Ozkan, University of Southampton, UK

Marcela Ramirez-Pasillas, Jönköping University, Sweden

 

Organisers:

Luisa Jaffé, EURAM

Jenny McLeod, Strathclyde University

 


List of accepted Phd Students

(alphabetical order)

 Mousa  Al-kfairy, United Kingdom

 Maria Angeles  Alpizar Terrero, Cuba

 Mohamamd  Alqahtani, Australia

 Alex  Alterskye, United Kingdom

 Maria Albertina  Barreiro Rodrigues, Portugal

 Marina  Brinkman, The Netherlands

 Elif  Cemek, Turkey

 Alessandro  Cinque, Italy

 Christofer Florian  Daiberl, Germany

 Mikael  Ehne, Sweden

 Cromwell  Ellie, Australia

 Giulia Flamini, Italy

 Maud  Gregoire, France

 Yvonne Haas, Germany

 Erfan  Hoseini, The Netherlands

 Niina  Jallinoja, Finland

 Guido  Kaufmann, Germany

 Cosmin-Florin  Lehene, Romania

 Leslie  Lepront, France

 Holger  Leuveld, Germany

 Elena  Madeo, Italy

 Keysa  Mascena, Brazil

 Maedeh  Molaei, The Netherlands

 Juliane Mueller, Germany

 Nikolaos  Pahos, Greece

 Anastasia Petlina, Czech Republic

 Sarana Photchanachan, Thailand

 Cara Pleym, United Kingdom

 Clive Potts, United Kingdom

 Maria  Ratz, Germany

 Monica Cristina  Rovaris, Brazil

 Nína María  Savioldis, Iceland

 Rishikesh  Sinha, United Kingdom

 Evans  Sokro, Australia

 Alberto  Surace, Italy

 Emil William  Thattakath, Lithuania

 Kullaya  Uppapong, Thailand

 Rachel  von Kauffmann, Israel

 Lauri  Vuorinen, Finland

 Ewa  Wilczyńska, Poland

 Sarah  Wittman, France 

 


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Founded in 1948, the University of Strathclyde Business School (SBS) is a pioneering, internationally renowned academic organisation that shapes and develops the business minds of tomorrow.

Strathclyde Business School is one of four faculties forming the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, The University was established in 1796 as 'the place of useful learning' and this remains at the forefront of our vision today for Strathclyde to be a leading international technological university that makes a positive difference to the lives of its students, to society and to the world.

With around 200 academic staff and more than 3000 full-time and part-time students (undergraduate and postgraduate), Strathclyde Business School’s subject departments and specialist units collaborate to provide a dynamic, fully-rounded and varied programme of specialist and cross-disciplinary courses.

We are a triple accredited business school: the first business school in Scotland to hold this accolade, and one of only 74 in the world (2016), to be triple accredited, holding accreditation from the international bodies, AMBA, AACSB and EQUIS.

More recently, we were awarded the Small Business Charter Gold Award – joining an elite group of institutions at the forefront of entrepreneurship in the UK.

SBS is now one of only five universities in the UK to have the Gold Award, recognising its world-leading support for scaling Scottish firms through innovation, internationalisation and leadership.

In addition to our international accreditation, Strathclyde has a reputation for research excellence. It has been rated in the top 10 business schools in the UK for its research - and first in Scotland - in the Research Excellence Framework (REF) which measures the quality and breadth of research. The REF indicated that the business school’s research was particularly strong in terms of Impact, a measure of how its research impacts on practise in business.

We have firm roots in the business community in and around our home city of Glasgow which extends not only nationally but internationally. We pride ourselves on our collaborative approach to working alongside industry building mutually beneficial relationships which add value to both organisations and individuals alike.

Founded in 1948, the University of Strathclyde Business School (SBS) is a pioneering, internationally renowned academic organisation that shapes and develops the business minds of tomorrow. 

 

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