Members of EGOS have the opportunity to participate
in the following:
Annual international conference
The EGOS association organizes an annual conference, which is distinguished by its international participation and its intellectual and scholarly contribution to science.
Participants at an EGOS Colloquium are part of an academic forum and meet with scholars to discuss academic topics at the forefront of organizational theory.
Researchers are given the opportunity to launch international workgroups.
The official journal of the EGOS – Organization Studies – is published by Sage Publications.
This enables organizational scholars to publish in a high-quality refereed journal with worldwide acclaim.
Membership includes a subscription to the journal. EGOS members have online access to Organization Studies from the member area of the EGOS website.
Access to the "members" area on the EGOS web
Being a member of EGOS your can search for data on EGOS members in the EGOS website's member area using your membership number and password.
Papers presented at EGOS colloquia after the 19th Colloquium 2003 in Copenhagen are accessible for EGOS members from the member area of the EGOS website.
EGOS helps to develop international projects within multinational teams thus advancing comparative organizational research and international cooperation in the field of organizational studies.
EGOS is dedicated to supporting the new generation of organizational researchers. It provides pre-conference workshops for doctoral studies and tutorials, it enhances the exchange of PhD students with other universities within the organization studies community.
EGOS is gradually facilitating the formation of European professional labour markets in the field of organizational studies (placement roster).
One important aim of EGOS is to be a potential partner for the EU authorities concerned with academic and educational topics.
EGOS follows up the political dimension of academic work within Europe according to programs and other activities initiated by the European Union.
EGOS aims to contribute to the design of future programs on a European level.