2017 Call for Papers
You are invited to submit a paper for presentation at the upcoming Annual Conference of the International Academy of Business to be held during October 13-15, 2017 in Washington, D.C.
August 15, 2017 – Paper submission
October 13-14, 2017 – Paper presentation at the conference
December 31, 2017 – Completed/ revised papers
March 2018 – Submission for printing of special issue.
Papers on all business, technology and education related issues are invited for the conference. We are inviting papers in following areas (we plan to bring out edited books in these areas):
Track 1: Challenges And Opportunities In Disadvantaged Communities: A Multifaceted View
Track Chair – Dr. Anandi Sahu, Oakland University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Track 2: Evolution of Current Higher Education System of various Countries
Track Chair – Dr. Jamaluddin Husain, Purdue University Calumet, email@example.com
Track 3: Agenda for Growth in Africa
Track Chair – Dr. Chinedu B. Ezirim, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria, firstname.lastname@example.org
Track 4: Pluralism, Tourism and Entrepreneurship
Track 5: Digital Innovation and Changes in Society
Track Chair – Dr. Cathrine Linnes, Østfold University College, Norway, email@example.com
Best Paper Award: There would be an award for Best Paper for each track and an overall Best Paper Award for the Conference.
Please email your Papers/Abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org or use the submit paper link above.
I also request you to sign up on the International education group conference page on LinkedIn.
Become a Presenter
1. Submit a Proposal
If you would like to present, start by submitting a proposal.
2. Get Accepted
After we receive your presentation proposal, it moves to the evaluation step. We welcome the submission of proposals at any time of the year. All proposals will be reviewed between two to four weeks of submission.
Once your proposal is accepted, you must register before our Program Development team can schedule your presentation.
Benefits from Participating
Constructive Feedback and Networking:
Authors of each paper presented would receive written comments from assigned discussants. These comments are motivated by a desire to support, encourage and improve the papers presented. The paper presentation environment is kept cordial where constructive criticism is encouraged. Coffee is served during all session breaks, facilitating continuation of discussion from the meeting rooms to the hallways. Networking can continue during organized breakfast and lunch times as well. All papers presented at the IAB conferences are eligible for publication in the International Academy of Business Review.
The IAB provides publication opportunities to academics & researchers though four journals:
International Journal of Economics & Business(ISSN: 1948-5166)
American Journal of Information Technology(ISSN: 1943-7498)
Journal of Innovative Education Strategies(ISSN: 1555-5429)
International Academy of Business Review(ISSN: 2332-8398)
The IAB recognizes the importance of teaching and holds teaching workshops at its conferences, headed by experienced teachers. These workshops focus on tools and techniques that seem to work for most student populations. Teaching workshops provide faculty development and networking opportunities for academics who may otherwise not be presenting a research paper at the conference.
The IAB recognized the importance given to collaborative research and to collaborative responses to grant proposals. The organization plans to have sessions at each conference exploring the development of joint proposals in response to various RFPs, and to current public policy issues or other topical research ideas.
Participation certificates are provided to everyone attending the teaching workshops. Documentation on the number of hours of participation for participants seeking continuing professional education (CPE) is provided on request.