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NCRM Research Methods Festival 2018 – Call for Proposals

The National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) is seeking proposals for sessions in a new Methodological Innovation Strand* at the 8th Research Methods Festival to be held 3-5th July, 2018 at the University of Bath. Presentation at previous Research Methods Festival has been by invitation only and the intention of this call is to open the Festival to a wider range of researchers. Read more …

ALPSP Seminar: How to Build a Data Driven Publishing Organization, 20 April

Chaired by Freddie Quek, Group Head of Software, The Collinson Group and Research Associate, Henley Business School, our speakers will discuss what a data driven publishing organization looks like, why you should be one, and how best to go about this. Read more …

New books from Professor Helen Gunter FAcSS

Two new books – Consultants and Consultancy: the Case of Education and Corporate elites and the reform of public education – from Professor Helen Gunter FAcSS Read more …

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Academy response to HEFCE’s consultation on the second Research Excellence Framework

The Academy has today published its response to HEFCE’s consultation on the second Research Excellence Framework. Read more …

BAM Transitions Grants Scheme 2017-2018 Is Now Open

The British Academy of Management (BAM) is pleased to announce the launch of three Grants Schemes for 2017. 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. Read more …

APS Seminar – Borderline States of Mind and Destructive Feelings: A diagnosis for our times? 5 May

This is a collaboration between the Institute of Group Analysis (IGA), Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC) and the Association for Psychosocial Studies (APS). Read more …

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Contemporary Social Science – CiteScore

The Academy is delighted to note that its journal, Contemporary Social Science, which publishes as themed issues, has achieved a CiteScore of 1.03, ranking it as 48/188 in social sciences. This is clear evidence of the increasing influence of our Read more …

Contemporary Social Science call for papers: Making Sense of the Impact of Brexit

Following the referendum result to leave the European Union (EU) Prime Minister Theresa May announced “Brexit means Brexit”. Such a simple response suggests that Brexit is one-dimensional process that can be resolved relatively quickly. Read more …

SRHE Event: Developing theories through your research, 6 July

The purpose of this interactive event is to help newer researchers to consider how they might develop theories through their research. The workshop is designed to give early career researchers an insight into the relations between the development of theories, the reviewing of literature and the analysis of data.
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BAM Strategy Special Interest Group event: 3rd Online Workshop for Doctoral Students in Strategic Management, 8 June

The British Academy of Management Strategy Special Interest Group will be holding its 3rd annual online workshop for PhD students in strategic management. Chaired by Professor Catherine Wang, the event will be hosted by Brunel Business School, Brunel University London. Read more …