The Economics & International Business Research Conference, Miami, FL (EIBR)
Venue: Crown Plaza, Miami
|Event Date/Time: Dec 17, 2003||End Date/Time: Dec 20, 2003|
|Registration Date: Oct 15, 2003|
|Early Registration Date: Sep 30, 2003|
|Paper Submission Date: Dec 15, 2003|
The Economics and International Business Research Conference, Miami (EIBR) publishes articles of interest to members of the Business Community and will provide leadership in introducing new concepts to its readership. Because business is a diverse field, articles should address questions utilizing a variety of methods and theoretical perspectives. The primary goal of the conference will be to provide opportunities for business related academicians and professionals from various business related fields in a global realm to publish their paper in one source. The Economics and International Business Research Conference, Miami (EIBR) will bring together academicians and professionals from all areas related business fields and related fields to interact with members inside and outside their own particular disciplines. The conference will provide opportunities for publishing researcher's paper as well as providing opportunities to view other's work. Doctoral students are highly encouraged to submit papers to IBCM for competitive review. All submissions are subject to a two person blind peer review process.
1. Submissions may be made electronically via e-mail to email@example.com. Electronic submissions are preferred. Please use MS Word only. The paper should be a maximum of eight pages including appendices, references, figures and tables. The paper must be singled-spaced, printed at 10 points with 1-inch margins in any Times font. Page numbers should begin with 1 and the paper should not exceed eight pages in length. In general, the paper must be the way you want it to look in the publication. Hence tables must be placed where you want them to appear. There will be a $55 charge for each published page exceeding the page limit. Papers are to be prepared in English and totally edited to avoid grammatical and typographical errors. Papers must be written in a clear concise manner for ease of reading and interpretation.
Page number should begin with the number 1 and be centered at the bottom of the page in a Times font at 10 points. The manuscript must be single-spaced with 1 inch margins on all four sides and not exceed eight pages in length. The entire paper must be in any Times font at 10 points with the exception of the title, which must be an 16 point and bold. The paper should begin with title, author's information (10 point font and lower case), and the word "abstract" (10 point font, bold and capitalized) each of which must be centered. The balance of the paper should be fully justified.
As for line spacing, it should be title on the first line or lines and then author's information with one line per author and no blank lines between the title and author's information. The author's information line should contain first name, last name and institutional affiliation. Leave two blank lines between author's information and the word abstract. Leave one blank line between the word abstract and the abstract itself. The abstract should be italicized. Leave two blank lines between the abstract and the body of the manuscript. There must be a blank line between paragraphs with the first line each paragraph indented. Please do not use columns. Please omit headers and footers. References need to be consistent and in a generally accepted format. Every sub-heading should be bold and capitalized. The manuscript should be in one file entirely in Microsoft Word. No other software may be used. The manuscript must be received prior October 15, 2003.
2. Each submission should include the paper's title and the name, address and telephone number of the contact person for the paper (Submission Deadline is October 15, 200). However, papers submitted earlier will be reviewed immediately and participants will be notified as soon as possible.