The British Academy of Management (BAM) is pleased to announce the launch of three Grants Schemes for 2017
The British Academy of Management (BAM) is pleased to announce the launch of three Grants Schemes for 2017.
- Transitions 1 – aimed at BAM members early in their research career (£15K)
- Transitions 2- aimed at BAM members who are established researchers who want to develop a new research area (£15K)
- Management Knowledge and Education- aimed at BAM members who want to propose a research project that informs the scholarly debate around management knowledge and education: on management learning and teaching, pedagogy, andragogy, leadership development or the generation and circulation of management knowledge and knowing.
Research projects should be designed to contribute to theoretical and philosophical understandings that inform the practice of management educators. (£7.5K)
Through each scheme, BAM will be providing grants of up to £4,000 to encourage and support research activities with the ambition of advancing business and management scholarship through empirical research..
The scheme is open to all BAM Members and non-members wishing to apply to the scheme can join BAM. Applications are invited from individuals or teams (which also includes industry partnerships). The submission site will open on Monday 6th March at 12:00 (GMT) and the deadline to submit applications is Friday 7th April at 17:00 (GMT).
For more information about the grant schemes, please visit:
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We would be grateful if you could forward the BAM Transitions Grants Scheme Call for Applications 2017-2018 onto your colleagues.
About The British Academy of Management
The British Academy of Management (BAM) is the largest British professional body for management academics. Founded in 1986, BAM’s vision is to become the pre-eminent European Learned Society in Business and Management.
Page last updated on January 25th 2017. All information correct at the time, but subject to change.