ANZIBA 2012: CALL FOR PAPERS
FUSION OR FRACTURING? IMPLICATIONS FOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
Some research in international business suggests there will be a fusion between Eastern and Western business models. Will West learn from East more than East does from West? Will Asian approaches become so dominant that there will be a fracturing of East and West? Join us and contribute to this debate.
- Submissions Open: 10 October 2011
- Submissions Close: 19 December 2011
- Acceptance Notification: 1 February 2012
- PhD Colloquim Submissions Close: 5 March 2012
- Early bird registration Deadline: 16 March 2012
- Competitive Papers: Suitable for paper at an advanced stage of development. Competitive Papers submitted for review should be up to 25 double-spaced (A4) pages in length, including references, figures and tables.
- Workshop Papers: Suitable for work-in-progress papers, Workshop papers are shorter conference papers that should be 10-15 double-spaced (A4) pages in length, including, references, figures and tables.
- Panel Proposals: Suitable for focussed panel sessions that are held during the conference. These highly specialized sessions explore a common theme. Panel proposals that address the conference theme are especially welcome.
- Proposals from research students for participation in the Research
Students' Colloquium (on 12 April 2012). Please
click here for further
information about the colloquium.
All submissions will be subject to a double-blind review process.
Competitive Papers and Workshop Papers
Papers should be double-spaced, and should follow the referencing and formatting guidelines for the Journal of International Business Studies. All paper submissions must include a title page and should state:
- The track for submission (number and title)
- Competitive or Workshop Paper
- Title of the Paper
- Name of author, institutional affiliation and email address.
The second page of the submission should include the title and an abstract not exceeding 200 words, followed by the body of the paper.
Panel proposals must be submitted by the panel chair and include:
- A title page that includes the names and contact information for all
participants and identifies their roles.
- An abstract, not to exceed 150-200 words, that summarizes the panel.
- An Overview Statement of the main issues in the panel.
- An explanation of why the panel should be of interest to ANZIBA members.
- A description of the session format (e.g., paper presentations,
roundtable, professional development workshop).
- A 1-to-3 page synopsis of each presentation/activity.
- Emails or signed letters from each participant, indicating s/he will
participate if the panel is accepted.
- Panel proposals should be no more than 6,000 words inclusive of all
- Each proposal must state, on its front page at the top right, the
requested Track (number and title) and Panel Session Format.
- Submissions must be on written with double-spaced text and a font size of 11 points or larger. Please follow the JIBS Style Guide.