The 8th International Academy of Management and Business (IAMB) 2010 Conference, Madrid, Spain. (The 8th IAMB 2010 Co)
|Event Date/Time: Jun 28, 2010||End Date/Time: Jun 30, 2010|
|Registration Date: Jun 15, 2010|
|Early Registration Date: May 02, 2010|
|Abstract Submission Date: Mar 28, 2010|
|Paper Submission Date: Apr 11, 2010|
The Conference is organized by IAMB and the Department of Marketing, Complutense University of Madrid. It will be held on the university campus. Hotel accommodations are arranged in a four star hotel in the heart of downtown Madrid
IAMB and Complutense University of Madrid are inviting scholars and practitioners to submit papers, symposia and posters for presentation. Your submission will be published in the Conference Proceedings on a CD ROM (ISSN 1949-9094), online (ISSN 1949-9108) and in print (ISSN 1949-912). The Proceedings are indexed and are listed in various reference search engines. Selected presentations will be published in IJMB, International Journal of Management and Business (ISSN 1949-2847). You may also attend the conference without making a presentation. Proposals for symposia are welcomed.
The following major tracks in management and business-related areas are welcome:
â€¢ Organizational Studies (Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, Organizational Theory, Education & Training)
â€¢ International Business (Globalization, International Law, International Finance, Mgt in Multicultural Society, International Market Entry, Cross Cultural Management)
â€¢ Marketing Management (Advertising, Promotion & Marketing Communication, Branding & Positioning, Consumer Behavior, Innovation & New Product Development, International and Cross-Cultural Marketing, Public Relation, Sales and Sales Management, Marketing Technology, Modeling and forecasting, Retailing, Social Responsibility, Ethics and Consumer Protection, Sports Marketing, Human Resource Marketing)
â€¢ Strategic Management (Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Small - Medium size Firms in Crisis, Social Issues in Management, Collaboration and Strategic Alliances, Supply Chain Management)
â€¢ Technology Management (Innovation, Research & Operations, Production Management, Cost management, Entrepreneurship, Global Technology Transfer)
â€¢ Human Resource Management (Human Resource Management, Aggression Management, Conflict Resolution, Global and Multicultural Issues, Strategic HR Management, Recruiting and Staffing, Training and Development, Performance Appraisal, Compensation and Rewards, Career Development)
â€¢ Education Management (Education Technology, Social Issues in Education, Entrepreneurship in Education, Education & Training)
â€¢ Management of Social Issues (Managing Sustainability Issues, Corporate Social Responsibility, Social Philanthropy, Business and Public Policy)
â€¢ Management Studies (Project Management, Public management, Management of nonprofit organizations)
Procedures for Abstracts/Proposals Submission:
The submission of abstracts and full papers involves several steps. First, submit an abstract of the paper or submit "in progress" theoretical or empirical papers and case studies, or submit a proposal describing your presentation. Extended abstracts (3 to 4 pages) describing your paper are acceptable in lieu of a full paper. Submit proposal for a symposium on one page describing the subject, scope and potential participants. Each submission must be accompanied by the Abstract Submission Form.
When the paper/abstract is received, it will be peerâ€“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 and further information and instructions. 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. 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, you must submit a Final Manuscript before May 23 , 2010.
Your submission of abstracts and proposals should be contained in a single file (MS Word compatible format), and sent to the Program Committee as an email attachment or uploaded through our web site.
The Program Committee will accept abstracts for early considerations by March 7, 2010 and others no later than March 28, 2010 to ensure inclusion in the conference program and the proceedings.
Best Student Paper Award.
Students are encouraged to submit their paper for the Best Student Paper competition award. The winner will receive: award certificate, $250 and a publication in the International Journal of Management and Business, IJMB. The merit of the manuscript is judged by the originality & quality of the research, scientific relevance, completeness of work, and organization and clarity of the writing including tables, graphs and illustrations. Students who hold Ph.D. degree or equivalent do not qualify. To be considered for this competition, your manuscripts must be received by May 2, 2010.
Please visit our website http://www.iamb.net for guidelines and eligibility.