A regional affiliate of the Academy of Management, the EAM holds its annual meeting and conference each May at locations in eastern North America. Competitive papers, symposia, and panels emphasize the pursuit of excellence in teaching and scholarly research in the field of management.
In 1985, the EAM initiated a series of biennial international conferences. Jointly sponsored by EAM and local universities in international locations, the EAM-I Conferences have become a source of collaboration and learning among academics and practitioners since their inception. The first EAM-I conference was held in Tilburg in the Netherlands. Since then conferences have been held in locations around the world, including Berlin, Singapore, Cape Town, Amsterdam, Rio de Janeiro, and most recently Bangalore, India. See the EAM Homepage at www.eaom.org for details about EAM and its local and international conferences.
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Pablo de Olavide University
is a public university founded in 1997. It is named after the Spanish-Peruvian politician who contributed to planning the city of Seville. It offers numerous graduate and undergraduate programs.
Universidad Pablo de Olavide (UPO) was planned as a North American-style campus with modern facilities and dedicated academic and residential space. Research groups and centers in the UPO are competitive both within Spain and internationally and they have shown great capacity to contribute to the productive and social environment. Recently the UPO ranked third in research productivity among Spanish universities
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Southern Management Association is a society of professionals drawn together through a common interest in the field of management. They hold their annual conference in October/November each year in the Southern United States.
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