EAM-I Conference - Managing in a Global Economy
June 21-25, 2015 • LIMA, PERU

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About EAM-I
A regional affiliate of the Academy of Management, the Eastern Academy of Management sponsored the first Managing in a Global Economy Conference in Tilberg, Netherlands in 1985.
The success of the first EAM-International conference led to a servies of biennial international conferences organized by EAM-I in partnership with local host universities in locations around the world. Conferences have been held in varied locations, including Berlin, Singapore, Cape Town, Amsterdam, Rio de Janeiro, Bangalore, and most recently Sevilla, Spain. The EAM-I congerences are a source of international collaboration and learning among academics and practitioners.
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CENTRUM Católica Graduate Business School, part of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, is the leading business school in Peru.
Founded in 2000, it is the only business school in Peru and the seventh in Latin America to have achieved AACSB, EQUIS, and AMBA accreditations.It offers DBA, MBA (both in English and Spanish, part time and full time, in-campus and off-campus), Executive Education, and In-Company Training Programs, throughout Peru and beyond. To date it has served more than 50,000 students. It has numerous alliances with universities, business schools, international associations and corporate partners all over the world.
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Managing in a Global Economy XVI

At the Intersection of Old and New

LIMA, PERU - JUNE 21-25, 2015
Co-Sponsored by: Eastern Academy of Management
& CENTRUM Católica Graduate Business School

The Call for Papers for the EAM-I 2015 (Lima, PERU - JUNE 21-25, 2015) is now available.
Click here to view the EAM-I 2015 Call for Papers
EAM-I 2013 (Seville, Spain) - Post Conference Updates  
The EAM-I 2013 Meeting in Seville, Spain drew 157 participants from 21 countries and was our most diverse conference to date. We offer thanks to everyone who made this conference possible.
Our theme, "Collaboration, Learning and Discovery" was addressed throughout the conference. The “learning and discovery” piece was perhaps best represented by the talk of Jose Luis Arroyo from Abengoa (see below for selected plenary presentations and conference photos).
We look forward to next seeing you for EAM-I 2015, which will be held in Lima, Peru in June 2015.
EAM-I 2013 Plenary/Industry Panelist Presentations
• Jose Luis Arroyo Barrigüete, Chief Strategy officer, Abengoa
• Grupo Ybarra Presentation
• Cosentino Group Presentation
Conference Photos:
Photos from the conference are now available to view and download online. Click here to visit the photo album.
Important Information for Attendees
Program Schedule Booklet
Conference Proceedings
CARMA pre-conference workshops (No charge, Sunday 1-2:45 and 3-4:45)
Local Tourism and Dining Info for Lima
On-Site Information for Attendees letter

36 Hours in Lima (7 minute video from New York Times)

Room Sharing Board

Instructions for Presenters

Instructions for Facilitators
Conference Theme: At the Intersection of Old and New The 2015 EAM-I conference in Lima, Peru is designed to foster an international exchange of management research and practice among scholars and managers from around the world. The conference theme, “At the Intersection of Old and New” was chosen recognizing that Peru has a legacy of an ancient sophisticated civilization that created amazing splendor and has been able to successfully embrace the modern global business world to develop a strong economy. In many fields of management we face the same challenge: How do we keep and appreciate past learnings as we innovate for the future. This is a dilemma we face in many areas (i.e., classroom technology, MBA curriculum, leadership paradigms, research methods).
Following past conference practice, there will be a mix of academic sessions, site visits, cultural activities, and keynote addresses by local experts. This conference is open to a discussion of perspectives on economic, cultural, technological, sustainability, and ethical factors that affect global managers. The theme is meant to be interpreted broadly. Papers, cases, roundtable discussions, and exercises exploring the complexities of our new world challenges are welcomed. Papers addressing the practical approaches to dealing with these challenges in individual nations are also welcomed and will be grouped with papers dealing with similar issues from other countries, to create comparative sessions.
An Invitation to Lima and Peru
A Glimpse of Lima...
Lima, the capital of Peru, is located on the coastal plain. Its metropolitan population of nearly nine million people is highly diverse, and the city is a major player in Peru’s emerging economy. It is also a city of contrasts between old and new architecture, and a place where you can get great food. The third largest country in South America, Peru is home to some of the world’s most famous natural and ancestral cultural sites – inherited from diverse pre Columbian cultures, with Machu Picchu, Lake Titicaca, and the Nazca Lines as main tourist attractions. Peru's astonishing variety of climates and eco-systems, including the Andes and the Amazon basin, ranks the country amongst the world's top eight nations in terms of bio-diversity.

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