Irish Academy of Management Annual Conference 2014

The 17th Irish Academy of Management conference takes place at the University of Limerick from 3-5 September 2014. The conference theme – Managing in a Changing Climate: Leading to New Realities - encourages participants to explore important and new issues in management in the context of a business and social environment that is in constant change.

Hosted by the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick, abstracts are being sought from a broad range of management disciplines, with PhD candidates and postgraduate researchers, as well as more seasoned academics invited to participate. There is a doctoral colloquium on 3rd September, with the conference proper taking place on 4th and 5th September. Abstracts of 500 words (250 words for the doctoral track) should be uploaded online before 31st March 2014, with the full paper (if the abstract is accepted) due in mid-June.

Wayne F. Cascio, Distinguished University Professor at the University of Colorado, will be the keynote speaker at the conference. Prof. Cascio is a renowned academic researcher in the Human Resource Management field, having written, co-written and/or edited several books and journal article publications. 

For more information on the conference, proceedings, venue, registration etc., check out: http://iamireland.ie/annual-conference/2014-annual-conference-ul.html 

The Irish Academy of Management is an annual event which is hosted by different participating third level institutions every year. It is an ideal forum to meet up with academics from other institutions and to network in order to build future and/or develop sustainable research collaborations. Highly recommended especially for PhD candidates and early career academics, but no less relevant for more established academics.

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About Marian Crowley-Henry

Dr Marian Crowley-Henry is a lecturer in human resource management, international management and organisational behaviour/theory in the Department of Management at the National University of Ireland Maynooth. She is the programme director of the MSc HRM/HRD. Marian’s current research interests are in international human resource management, self initiated expatriation, migration, careers and identity, and supervises PhD research students in those areas.