The congress, where recent results are presented, based on peer-reviewed papers and panel sessions, is a major event to exchange research insights and to start collaborations in this specific field in Europe. Participants come from all over the world.
Authors have the opportunity to enter one of the prizes for the best works and to see their papers published in the EUPRERA Congress Book and in the Journal of Communication Management.
Are you a doctoral student? Don’t miss the EUPRERA PhD seminar, taking place soon before the congress!
Save the date for our next congresses!
Due to the pandemic, we had to postpone the Pamplona congress as well as the PhD seminar to the autumn 2021. Nevertheless, the 2020 review process keeps going on and authors of accepted abstracts can decide among three options: to submit a full paper for this year’s publication opportunities; keep the current abstract for next year’s congress; withdraw the current abstract and decide later whether to submit a new one for next year’s congress.
Additionally, we’re working on alternative online activities for specific groups and more publication opportunities for EUPRERA members.
Fore more updates and resources on the pandemic, please visit our section
2021 ∼ Pamplona, Spain
Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona, Spain
October 7-9, 2021
Organisers: Natalia Rodríguez-Salcedo, Elena Gutiérrez-García,
Mónica Recalde-Viana, María Jesús Yáñez
∼ Call for Papers will be announced in autumn 2020 ∼
2022 ∼ Vienna, Austria
September 15-17, 2022
Organiser: Sabine Einwiller
2023 ∼ Prague, Czech Republic
Prague, Czech Republic
September 21-23, 2023
Organisers: Denisa Hejlová, David Klimeš, Petra Koudelková
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Where have we been before? What did we talk about?
The EUPRERA congress took place the first time in 1999 in Berlin, Germany. Since then, the congress has become an yearly appointment for academics and practitioners from Europe and gradually from all over the world. Here the cities we visited and the themes we investigated.