Asia-Pacific Academy of Management and Business (APAMB) 2007 Singapore Conference (APAMB 2007 Singapore)
Venue: SIM Management House
|Event Date/Time: Mar 05, 2007||End Date/Time: Mar 08, 2007|
|Registration Date: Jan 27, 2007|
|Early Registration Date: Jan 06, 2007|
|Abstract Submission Date: Dec 10, 2006|
|Paper Submission Date: Dec 10, 2006|
SIM University (UniSIM) and the Asia-Pacific Academy of Management and Business (APAMB) are inviting scholars and practitioners to submit papers for presentation in research, teaching, and practice of management and business worldwide. This conference offers an opportunity for academics and professionals in the areas of management and business, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region, to come together in an interactive, knowledge-sharing environment.
Authors are encouraged to submit an abstract of the paper or to submit “in progress” theoretical or empirical papers and case studies, or to submit proposals describing their presentation. Extended abstracts (3 to 4 pages) describing your paper are acceptable in lieu of a full paper.
The conference focuses on discussions mainly covering the following topics of interest but is not limited to: Organizational Studies, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Technology Management, Innovation and Technology, Globalization, Outsourcing, Cross-Cultural Issues.
Please visit our website for more details http://www.apamb.org
Procedures for Abstracts/Proposals Submission:
Authors should submit an abstract of the paper or to submit “in progress” theoretical or empirical papers and case studies, or to submit proposals describing their presentation. Extended abstracts (3 to 4 pages) describing your paper are acceptable in lieu of a full paper. All submissions of abstracts (not exceeding 2 pages) or the completed paper (not exceeding 15 pages) should be contained in a single file (MS Word) and sent to the Program Committee as an email attachment.
Check website for guidelines and details: www.apamb.org.
When the paper/abstract is received, it will be peer–reviewed by the Program Committee. You will receive notification by email within 30 days whether your paper was accepted, rejected, or accepted with reservation. Authors of accepted papers/abstracts will then receive a letter of acceptance. In the case of multiple authors, only the submitter will be notified. He or she is responsible for notifying co-authors
Once your submission has been accepted for presentation, you must register for the conference in order to present and to have your paper included in the Conference Proceedings. Your allocated time for presentation and the program schedule will be emailed to you prior to the start of the conference.
In order for your paper to be included in the Conference Proceedings, follow these deadlines:
Deadline for submission (first consideration): November 4, 2006
Deadline for submission (final): December 10, 2006
The conference is open to all who find value in participating. All accepted program participants must register and attend the conference in order to present their paper. Scholars and professionals may attend the conference without presenting.
Check our website for guidelines and details: http://www.apamb.org.