A joint project by academics and practitioners
The European Communication Monitor is a joint project by leading professional and academic organisations in the field. It is a non-profit endeavor made possible through an enormous commitment of researchers from 23 renowned universities across the continent, professional associations, and partners/sponsors who provide valuable resources.
The research team and national research collaborators (professors) from the ECM network are available for interviews and presentations in academic and professional settings. Comparative data are partly available based on our partner studies. All results are provided for personal and academic purposes only. Due to privacy policies, raw data is not available. Presentations for professional and in-house purposes require extra efforts which have to be negotiated. EACD members are encouraged to contact the EACD coordination team when interested in organising regional presentations, workshops, etc.
The European Communication Monitor contacts are listed below. Click to find details about the Asia-Pacific Communication Monitor, the Latin American Communication Monitor and the North American Communication Monitor.
National partners support the overall ECM project as sponsors. They work closely with national research collaborators (see below) to support data collection and spread country-specific insights, especially through additional analyses, events and reports in national languages.
- BI Norwegian Business School, Centre for Corporate Communication (Prof. Peggy S. Bronn, Director)
- Centro per la Comunicazione Strategica, IULM University (Assoc. Prof. Dr. Stefania Romenti)
Enquiries for interviews and presentations in national languages or additional analyses in key countries should be directed to the national research collaborators listed below. These academics within the ECM network represent the leading research universities in public relations and strategic communication on the continent.
|Austria||Prof. Dr. Sabine Einwiller||University of Vienna|
|Belgium||Prof. Dr. Sandrine Roginsky||University Catholique de Louvain|
|Bulgaria||Prof. Dr. Milko Petrov||Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski|
|Croatia||Prof. Dr. Ana Tkalac Vercic||University of Zagreb|
|Czech Republic||Dr. Denisa Hejlova||Charles University Prague|
|Denmark||Prof. Finn Frandsen||Aarhus University|
|Finland||Prof. Dr. Vilma Luoma-aho||University of Jyväskylä|
|France||Prof. Dr. Valerié Carayol||University Michel de Montaigne Bordeaux 3|
|Germany||Prof. Dr. Ansgar Zerfass||University of Leipzig|
|Ireland||Dr. John Gallagher||Dublin Institute of Technology|
|Italy||Prof. Dr. Emanuele Invernizzi||IULM University Milan|
|Netherlands||Assoc. Prof. Dr. Piet Verhoeven||University of Amsterdam|
|Norway||Prof. Dr. Oyvind Ihlen||University of Oslo|
|Norway||Ass. Prof. Dr. Alexander Buhmann||BI Norwegian Business School, Oslo|
|Poland||Assoc. Prof. Dr. Waldemar Rydzak||Poznan University of Economics|
|Portugal||Prof. Dr. Sonia Sebastiao||ISCSP and CAPP (University of Lisbon)|
|Romania||Prof. Dr. Alexandra Craciun||University of Bucharest|
|Higher School of Economics Moscow|
|Serbia||Assoc. Prof. Dr. Danijela Lacic||University of Novi Sad|
|Slovenia||Prof. Dr. Dejan Vercic||University of Llubljana|
|Spain||Prof. Dr. Angeles Moreno||University Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid|
|Sweden||Prof. Dr. Jesper Falkheimer||Lund University, Campus Helsingborg|
|Switzerland||Prof. Dr. Ansgar Zerfass||University of Leipzig|
|Turkey||Prof. Dr. Ayla Okay||Istanbul University|
|United Kingdom||Prof. Dr. Ralph Tench||Leeds Beckett University|