Location analysis of Euroma conference contributions


Steenhuis, Harm-Jan and Bruijn, Erik J. de (2006) Location analysis of Euroma conference contributions. In: Kepa Mendibil & Alina Shamsuddin (Eds.), Moving up the value chain: Proceedings of the EurOMA 2006 Conference, 18-21 June 2006, Glasgow, Scotland. Vol. 2. University of Strathclyde, pp. 435-443. ISBN 9780947649524

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Abstract:Operations Management journal rankings are frequently published. Information on Operations
Management conferences is much harder to find. This may be due to the difficulties of ranking
conferences as well as due to the different motives that contributors to conferences have. In this paper we
perform exploratory analysis to determine for one specific conference (EurOMA) who has typically
contributed to these conferences. Our analysis focus is on the location of contributors, i.e. country and
affiliation. We found that the United Kingdom, Italy and Brazil contribute most authors and papers to the
EurOMA conferences. Countries such as Belgium, Denmark, the Netherlands, Sweden are also important
contributors. Highest contributing universities include the University of Sao Paulo, Cranfield University,
the University of Cambridge and Politecnico di Milano. People who plan to attend the EurOMA
conferences can, based on this, expect authors and papers from these countries and universities.
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Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social sciences (BMS)
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