SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Guidelines for Paper Submission:

Authors are requested to submit full-text papers (.doc, .docx or .pdf) including results, tables, figures and references through electronic submission systems which can be found here. The paper should not be more than 25 pages (including the abstract, figures, tables and references) single spaced in Times New Roman 12pt font in A4 size page. Page margin from Top = 0.75″, Bottom = 1.69″, Left = Right = 0.56″ should be set. To ensure a blind review process, please do not include any author information in your document (check File Properties to ensure that your name is not automatically provided as the author of the document). 

For formatting reference please find a template here.

Guidelines for Case Submission:

The case and teaching note should be a .doc, .docx or .pdf file/s, single spaced using Times New Roman 12pt font in A4 size page. Page margin from Top = 0.75″, Bottom = 1.69″, Left = Right = 0.56″ should be set. The case itself should normally not exceed 20 pages, including all exhibits. A teaching note is mandatory for a case submission. To ensure a blind review process, please do not include any author information in your document (check File Properties to ensure that your name is not automatically provided as the author of the document).

Please click here writing guidelines.

Guidelines for panel/symposium/doctoral colloquia Submission:

Authors are requested to submit a proposal of not exceeding five pages, through electronic submission systems which can be found here.

Paper and Case submission sub-themes

Research papers and teaching cases may address, but not be restricted to, the main theme of the conference. The conference sub-themes are:

  • Accounting and Finance
  • Ethics and Social Issues in Management
  • Conflict Management
  • Corporate Governance
  • Critical Management Studies
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Family Business
  • Gender, Ethnicity, and Diversity in Organisations
  • Health Care Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • International Business and Management
  • Management Education and Development
  • Management History
  • Leadership
  • Management Information System
  • Managerial Economics
  • Management Spirituality and Religion
  • Marketing
  • Operations and Supply Chain Management
  • Organisation and Management Theory
  • Organisation Development and Change
  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Research Methods in Management
  • Project Management
  • Public and Non-profit Management
  • Strategic Management
  • Technology and Innovation Management

Who Should Attend

  •   Academicians
  •   Research institutions
  •   Professional associations
  •   Industrialists
  •   Faculty members/researchers from colleges and universities
  •   Postgraduate and research students
  •   Professionals from business organizations
  •   Other interested parties