Call for Papers: Futures of Management Theory If “the future of management within the context of the emerging information age must become a salient topic for research and scholarship” (McDonald, 2011, p. 806), then the same ought to be true for the future of management theory.
Abstracts should be PDF or Word documents and prepared for blind review. We aim to notify the authors of accepted papers by early December, 2010. The Three Rivers Philosophy (TRiP) Conference takes its name from the University of South Carolina's location in Columbia, the state capital, where the Saluda and Broad Riversmeet to form the Congaree River.
Papers, research reports and poster abstracts must conform to the appropriate formatting template available through the DCMI Peer Review System. Unless previously arranged, accepted papers, project reports and posters must be presented at The Hague by at least one of their authors.Call for Papers: Inaugural Issue of the Department of Behavioural Sciences E-Journal Introduction The Department of the Behavioral is launching the Inaugural Issue of the JBS: Journal of the Behavioural Sciences in December, 2011. It seeks to provides scholarly reflection.Explore research at Microsoft, a site featuring the impact of research along with publications, products, downloads, and research careers.
INTERNATIONAL STUDIES OF MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION Call for Papers Special Issue: Advancing the Field - New Directions for Global Mobility There is a very extensive body of literature on how global mobility and international assignments are managed.Read More
ICSNC 2011. October 23-29, 2011. Call for Papers: The Sixth International Conference on Systems and Networks Communications (ICSNC 2011) continues a series of events covering a broad spectrum of systems and networks related topics. The conference covers fundamentals on wireless,. We welcome technical papers presenting research and.Read More
October 2011), to serve as the basis for the discussion. The report outlined contemporary trends, developments and effects with regard to different aspects of working time, such as hours of work and work schedules. This paper - alongside two other papers, one on working time, health and safety, and.Read More
Call for Papers The ICNS 2011 continues a series of events targeting general networking and services aspects in multi-technologies environments. The conference covers fundamentals on networking and services, and highlights new challenging industrial and research topics.Read More
Call for Papers Developing the Field: A Showcase of Student Research from the School of Sport and Exercise Science at Victoria University Research students in the School of Sport and Exercise (Honours, Masters and Ph.D.) are invited to submit an abstract for an oral or poster presentation at, Developing the Field: A Showcase of Student Research.Read More
CALL FOR PAPERS SCOPE. The International Conference on Information Processing in Sensor Networks (IPSN) is a leading, single-track, annual forum on sensor network research. IPSN brings together researchers from academia, industry, and government to present and discuss recent advances in both theoretical and experimental research.Read More
Research Articles. The views expressed in the below papers and articles are solely those of the author of the article, and do not necessarily reflect the views of OIC; the information presented is not intended to constitute investment advice or recommendations to purchase or sell securities of any company; and the information presented is based upon particular events that may or may not recur.Read More
Download “Call for Papers” Flyer Want to share your research? The editors of the Midwest Journal of Undergraduate Research invite undergraduate students at any college or university to submit manuscripts from any discipline to be considered for publication in our journal’s 12th issue (2020). Requirements: Abstract of no more than 200 words; 5-35 pages in length (page limit does not.Read More
Call for Papers: New Data in Social and Behavioral Research Public Opinion Quarterly Special Issue Deadline: February 1, 2020 Guest Editors Frederick G. Conrad, University of Michigan, Editor Florian Keusch, University of Mannheim, Associate Editor Michael F. Schober, The New School, Associate Editor.Read More
Call for Papers: Digital Literacies and Language Learning Special Issue Editors: Christoph Hafner, Alice Chik, and Rodney Jones As digital media have become ever more pervasive in our lives, the concept of digital literacies —the.Read More