International Academy of Management and Business (IAMB) 2011 Winter Conference (IAMB 2011 Winter Con)

Venue: TBA

Location: Orlando, Florida, United States

Event Date/Time: Jan 17, 2011 End Date/Time: Jan 19, 2011
Registration Date: Jan 10, 2011
Early Registration Date: Nov 14, 2010
Abstract Submission Date: Oct 17, 2010
Paper Submission Date: Nov 07, 2010
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IAMB is a professional association dedicated to advancing the research, teaching and practice of management and business worldwide in an intellectually stimulating, constructive, and supportive environment.

IAMB foster a small conference setting (under 200 participants) with multi national delegates. The small setting offers professional development opportunities for scholars and practitioners through personal contacts and networking. IAMB conferences attract scholars from 25-30 different countries covering wide range of universities, academic institutions and businesses. The friendly atmosphere, the one on one opportunity for exchange and networking, and the multi national exposure were cited among the top benefits from conference attendees.

IAMB is inviting scholars and practitioners to submit papers, symposia, and posters for presentation. Topics in management and business-related areas are welcome:

Organizational Studies, International Business, Strategic Management, Marketing Management, Technology & Innovation Management, Management of Social Issues Education Management, Human Resource Management, Management Studies

Scholars and students are invited to enter the Best Paper Competition for awards in the following categories: Best Student Paper (Graduate Students, the winner will receive: $250 USD); Best Young Scholar Paper (recent Ph.D less than 3 yrs); Best Overall Paper (open to all); Best Applied Paper (practical applicability, open to all).

Each submitted abstract/paper is peer reviewed. When appropriate, the reviewers’ comments are sent to the author(s) for revision. Only accepted abstracts/papers will be presented.

The submissions of all conference participants will be published in the Conference Proceedings on a CD-ROM (ISSN 1949-9094) and Online (ISSN 1949-9108). The Proceedings are indexed and are listed in various reference search engines. In addition, selected manuscripts will be peer reviewed for journal publication and if accepted, they will be published in the International Journal of Management and Business, IJMB.

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The submission of abstracts, extended 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 5 pages) 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. Send all submissions as email attachment to

When the paper/abstract is received, it will be peer–reviewed by the Program Committee. Authors of abstracts will receive notification by email within 30 days whether their abstract was rejected or accepted with reservation. 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.

Your submission of abstracts and proposals (i.e., text, tables, figures, and graphics) should be contained in a single file (MS Word 2002 or earlier), and sent to the Program Committee as an email attachment.

The Program Committee will accept submissions first consideration no later than September 17, 2010. Final deadline for submissions is October 24, 2010, to ensure inclusion in the conference program and proceedings.

The conference is open to all who find value in participating. All participants including authors must register and attend the conference in order to present their paper. Scholars and professionals may attend the conference without presenting.

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Additional Information

Registration to the IAMB 2011 winter conference includes: • Attendance at all IAMB 2011 winter Conference activities. • Present your accepted paper at the conference. • Conference program and conference proceedings on a CD. • A reception with food and beverage. • Daily lunch exclusive for IAMB. • Daily two coffee and snack breaks . Accommodations and reservations will be announced shortly. Visit our web site for updated information