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Ø EDAMBA Annual Meeting & GA | August 28-30, 2022, Riga, LatviaRegistration Open Programme
WELCOME TO EDAMBA
The European Doctoral Programmes Association in Management & Business Administration (EDAMBA), aims to develop and secure the highest standards in doctoral education in the fields of management and business studies by:
Providing a European and worldwide network for the exchange of information and discussion of ideas among doctoral directors, programs and schools
Developing, improving and promoting best practices through codes of conduct of the highest order.
AACSB International (AACSB) and the European Doctoral Programmes Association in Management and Business Administration (EDAMBA) released a new report that evaluates the global landscape of business doctoral degree programs.
The report was inspired by AACSB’s 2013 Doctoral Education Task Force, which recommended that business doctoral programs explore new innovations to create impact, while meeting the demands of business and business education. In 2019, business schools were again surveyed to gather new opinions and insights on the challenges facing business doctoral programs globally. "Doctoral education is changing, a reality further heightened by the impacts of Covid-19," said Dimitris Assimakopoulos, President of EDAMBA.
"I appreciate your presentation very much, your points on interdisciplinarity (and its potential) as well as continuity & deep linkages are highly valued"
"Thanks for the interesting discussion. I look forward to the next opportunity to exchange views on various issues of doctoral education. "
"Very interesting studies and critical issues, particularly at this point in time: rethinking PhD/doctoral education & socialization in covid times"
"A very high quality meeting and I was very pleased I didn’t miss it. I have so much to think about and take back to our home institutions."
"‘Thorough academic insights’; ‘awesome faculty support’; ‘generosity of spirit’"