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29–30 November 2018 11th CMI International Conference, 2018: Prospects and challenges towards developing a Digital Economy within the EU
Aalborg University Copenhagen, A.C.Meyers Vaenge 15, DK-2450 Copenhagen SV, Denmark
In the EU, the creation of a digital economy and a Digital Single Market are seen as drivers of future innovation, competitiveness and growth. These ideas are enshrined in the EU 2020 strategy and are researched in a number of projects, including the Baltic SEA Regional project, Digital Innovation Network (DIGINNO). The project is aimed at promoting uptake of ICT in the business sector, developing innovative digital public services and facilitating Digital Single Market related policy discussions on Baltic Sea Region level.
In addition to the digitization initiatives within the Baltic Sea Region, different EU countries have embarked upon digitization policies, technology and market initiatives aimed at creating digital economies. These policies and initiatives are aimed at facilitating the uptake of ICTs and digital technologies in the business sector and the facilitation of digitized public service delivery. However, EU countries are not at par in the development of these policies, technologies, services, markets and other initiatives. This creates an opportunity for a forum where different EU countries can exchange ideas on digitization policy development and the facilitation of certain digitization initiatives.
This conference presents a forum for this opportunity. The conference is organized in partnership with the DIGINNO project. At this conference, the prospects and challenges towards digitization initiatives within the EU will be discussed. These prospects and challenges will be discussed within the policy, relevant technology, and infrastructure and market context. The conference will enable the identification of best practices and the sharing of ideas via paper presentation sessions. It will also enable brainstorming on these issues via panel sessions.
Participants will come from academia, businesses, digitization networks and government agencies. The participants of the conference will benefit from speakers and participants within and outside Europe.
Papers are therefore invited in the following (not exclusive) topics:
- Industry 4.0
- Privacy and cyber security
- Digital identity management
- Digital authentication
- Digitization policies
- Regional and national regulation and best practices
- Digital economy
- Business models
- Digital market innovations
- Public sector digital service delivery initiatives
- Government to business cross-border services
- Private sector digital service delivery initiatives
- Digital transformation initiatives
- Digital infrastructure
- Dynamic Encryption
- Digital Marketing
- Real-time economy
18–20 January 2018 International Marketing Trends Conference 2018
In the Business World, the International Marketing Trends Conference has proven to be a unique place to share new perspectives on key marketing issues. In the challenging context of a constantly changing environment, the aim of the conference is to help identify how to build up true innovations and determine what are the key factors and the new players influencing the Marketing strategies and their implementation. The International Marketing Trends Conference includes: The Marketing Trends Congress (academic and research sessions) founded in 2000 The Marketing Strategy Forum (professionals and academics) founded in 2003 The Marketing Trends Award Founded in 2006 The Doctoral Colloquium (Ph.D. Students) founded in 2007 The Healthcare Strategy Forum (pharmaceutical industry) founded in 2009 The Journal of Marketing Trends Founded in 2010 The Best Paper Award founded in 2012 The Best Thesis Award founded in 2014 The Poster Session founded in 2015 The Marketing Symposium founded in 2016.
23–25 January 2018 2018 International Conference on Business and Information - Winter Session
Responding to permanently evolving information technology and growing challenges and global competition in business and management, International Conference on Business and Information (BAI) is dedicated to provide an international and interdisciplinary platform for researchers, educators, graduate students and industry professionals to share their research achievements and to discuss developing issues in the field of business and information. BAI-Winter 2018 is the best opportunity for delegates to establish business or research relationship and to develop global partnerships for future collaboration.
In addition to the presentation, BAI also offers awards and publication opportunities. About 5-10% of submissions will be selected and awarded as Distinguished Papers. All full papers accepted by the conference may be considered to be published in the Administrative Sciences (ISSN 2076-3387).
22–25 May 2018 CHME 2018 Research Conference
The conference will be a showcase for research in innovative hospitality. The four thematic streams of the conference will be unchanged, but we are also introducing new streams of ‘research on technology and innovation’ and ‘today’s and tomorrow’s consumers’.
Our main theme – ‘Innovation in hospitality: connecting all stakeholders to deliver memorable experiences’ – embraces the multifaceted changes driven by dynamic political, economic, social and technological forces surrounding hospitality, which affect both academia and industry.
We look forward to welcoming you in Bournemouth with a vibrant academic and social programme at an inspiring conference.
Administrative Sciences is the sponsor of the conference.
13–15 June 2018 2018 European Conference
FMA International is pleased to announce its 22nd European Conference in Kristiansand, Norway. FMA’s European Conference brings together academicians and practitioners with interests in financial decision-making and provides a forum for presenting new research and discussing current issues in financial management and related topics.
Administrative Sciences is the sponsor of Best Paper Award. The award is granting $1000.
21–23 June 2018 2018 WFRN Conference -- OpenScience: Assumptions and Translation of Work and Family Research
Washington DC, USA
The conference will focus on using dialogue and processes that challenge assumptions relevant to:
1) designing and conducting research; and
2) “translating” research to stakeholders (such as policy makers and decision-makers at the workplace) who can use the findings for evidence-based decision-making.
These assumptions include the “taken-for-granted” ideas about work-family aspirations and experiences of diverse populations, employees working at diverse occupations at diverse workplaces, data collection methods, approaches for data analysis, and conceptual frameworks. The challenge is viewed as a catalyst that can energize translational science as well as evidence-based, solution-focused behaviors.
The theme of the 2018 Pre-WFRN Conference Workshop Day will be “Translating Scholarship Into Action: Positioning Research to Fit the Needs of End-Users.” This event will enhance skills work-family scholars possess to influence those operating on the front lines – including media representatives, public administrators, policy makers, and those engaged in workplace management.
5–7 July 2018 9th International Research Meeting in Business and Management
The IRMBAM-2018, organized by the IPAG Business School, South Champagne Business School, Telfer School of Management - University of Ottawa, and University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, will be an excellent networking opportunity for academics, doctoral students, and practitioners to present new research results, and discuss current and challenging issues in various management and finance fields. The scientific and organizing committees welcome submissions in various areas of business, finance, accounting, management, and theoretical and applied economics, among others, for presentation at the conference. Please note that we do not impose specific length constraints on papers as well as strict formatting requirements. However, submitted manuscripts must contain the essential elements of a research paper needed to convey the content in clearly defined sections. Below is the full list of the conference tracks:Track 1: Accounting and Financial Accounting
Track 2: Banking, Insurance and Finance
Track 3: Entrepreneurship
Track 4: Strategic Management
Track 5: Marketing
Track 6: Business Ethics
Track 7: Law and Management
Track 8: Logistics, Circular Economy and Digital Economy
Track 9: Theoretical and Applied Economics
Track 10: Economic and Management Issues in Developing Economies
Track 11: Public Economics, Public Administration and Management
Track 12: Health Care Management and Information Technology
Track 13: Geopolitics
10–14 August 2018 78th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Improving Health and Well-being in Society: How Can Organizations Help?
The 2018 Theme asks the question: How can organizations contribute to the betterment of society through elevating the health and well-being of those who live in it? What role can organizations play in positively affecting the physical, psychological, social, and financial health of individuals, groups, communities, countries, regions, or global society?
Organizations are integral to, and have an interdependent relationship with, society. As such, they affect whether societies realize their members’ health (“complete physical, mental and social well-being,” WHO 1946) and overall wellbeing (“being happy, healthy and prosperous,” Merriam-Webster). However, the role of organizations and the responsibility for improving lives is unclear, as is the extent to which their efforts have been successful.
The Theme will explore such issues as whether (and why) organizations have a responsibility for improving the lives of individuals in society. Do organizations have an obligation to “give back”? Are there benefits for organizations who seek to improve lives as a strategic opportunity? Could—and should—organizations play more of a role in the overall health and well-being of a society? What does it take to achieve a coordinated and sustained effort from organizations to address the grand challenges of improving a society’s physical, psychological, social, and financial health? How can health and well-being become part of the conversation in upper echelons of organizations? What types of leadership approaches will engage people in making positive differences in their lives, on both large and small scales? If organizational purpose is to ensure that lives are better, what should organizations do differently?
10–14 August 2018 AOM Annual Meeting 2018
Chicago, Illinois, USA
We will be attending the AOM Annual Meeting 2018, which will be held in Chicago, Illinois, USA, 10–14 August, 2018. The Academy of Management is the preeminent professional association for management and organization scholars. The theme of the 78th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management is Improving Lives. Representatives of the following open access journals will attend:
7–9 January 2011 2nd International Conference on e-Education, e-Business, e-Management and E-Learning
IC4E is an international forum for state-of-the-art research in e-Education, e-Business, e-Management and E-Learning. 2011 2nd International Conference on e-Education, e-Business, e-Management and E-Learning (IC4E 2011) will be held in Mumbai, India during January 7-9, 2011. It is one of the leading international conferences for presenting novel and fundamental advances in the fields of e-Education, e-Business, e-Management and E-Learning. It also serves to foster communication among researchers and practitioners working in a wide variety of scientific areas with a common interest in improving e-Education, e-Business, e-Management and E-Learning related techniques.< /p>
7–9 February 2011 Asian Association for Public Administration Annual Conference 2011 "Enhancing Public Trust in Changing Asian Societies"
Global economic and political conditions are facing enormous change recently. The world's constellation has shifted, with a few Asian countries playing more important roles, as indicated by the growth of China, the emerging giant India, and the resilience of Indonesia, following the success of Korea and Japan since 1990s. However, no single Asian country can relax in this situation, because of political instability in many Asian countries.
Consequently, public administration in every country plays an important role in enhancing public trust. Innovations have been made to improve the lives of citizens. Good governance has become fashionable in many countries. However, few countries succeeded in implementing it. Administrative reform, which is an important aspect of good governance, has to be adjusted to each country's context.
Meanwhile, the wave of decentralization which begun in 1980s has not stopped. Central government in many Asian countries have handed over their authority to local governments to improve governance or to encourage local democracy. Many countries have succeeded, but many have failed too. The bureaucracies in some countries have become corrupt institutions.
The aim of the conference is to discuss the recent trends in public administration and possible future scenarios in the emerging Asian countries.
8–11 March 2011 HR2011
Las Vegas, USA
Expert-led sessions — SAP, independent consultants, and your industry counterparts provide practical advice on the best ways to evaluate, use, implement, upgrade, customize, and manage SAP ERP HCM solutions.
Customer case studies — Take home best practices and methodologies taught by the actual companies that practice them. Learn from highly experienced SAP customers to eliminate the guesswork from your own strategies and tactics.
Specialized networking opportunities — Receive explanations that go beyond “it depends...” and obtain solutions to overcome challenges facing your SAP systems. Exchange ideas with experts and peers at Interactive discussion forums and take advantage of Q&A time included in every educational session.
11–15 March 2011 ASPA 2011 Annual Conference
"Public Administration Without Borders"
Our nation faces local, national, and international opportunities and challenges. The global economic crisis underscores our interconnectedness. Public administration practitioners, scholars and students are being asked to consider many dimensions and alternatives as our nation grapples with issues such as global climate change, nation building in emerging democracies, and universal health care. The 2011 conference will bring together academics and practitioners who share a common concern for advancing cutting-edge governance practices in an interdependent world. Join us as we debate and explore how public administrators are engaging locally, nationally and internationally to strengthen our capacity to make a positive difference in the lives of our respective citizens and communities.< /p>
23–25 May 2012 The R&D Management Conference 2012: Creating & Capturing Value
Value creation and competitive advantage are primary objectives for many organizations. Achieving sufficient return on research, development and innovation investments has always been a difficult management challenge. New ways of justifying investments are emerging and industries and science organizations must adjust accordingly.
The aim of The R&D Management Conference 2012 is to comprehensively explore how 21st century organizations will create, capture and deliver value.
6–8 July 2012 12th International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organizations
Chicago, Illinois, USA
The primary interest of the Management Conference is knowledge-based social and economic change. Driven by globalisation and advances in information and communications technologies, this change has been characterised in terms of emerging information/knowledge societies and a global knowledge-based economy.
The Conference will offer a comprehensive overview of current thinking in the area broadly described as knowledge management. Its perspectives will range from big picture analyses in keynote addresses by internationally recognised experts in the field of management, to detailed case studies of management practice. It will traverse a broad terrain, from theory and analysis to practical strategies for action.
16–19 July 2012 Academy of World Business, Marketing & Management Development 2012 Conference
In this era of financial and economic uncertainty, it is vital to have research papers in all areas that will shed some light on issues that are of paramount importance to managing, marketing and financing organizations successfully. The Academy of World Business, Marketing and Management Development (AWBMAMD) aims to share research knowledge that exists in the world in various functional areas of business through double blind review conference papers and publications.
13–15 August 2012 ICEAS 2012 : International Conference on Economics and Administrative Sciences
The VIII. International Conference on Economics and Administrative Sciences aims to bring together academic scientists, leading engineers, industry researchers and scholar students to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of Economics and Administrative Sciences, and discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted.
6–7 September 2012 ECKM 2012: 13th European Conference on Knowledge Management
The world economy in which we are living poses challenges that lead to a realization that 'more of the same' will be difficult to sustain. This provides an illustration that, in order to create new or modified knowledge practices, strengthen customer relationships and thus positively influence customer satisfaction, organizations must be flexible in configuring (combining) knowledge and knowledge structures in a way that is appropriate for delivering value to the customer. It must simultaneously develop effective strategies for updating the knowledge of its staff members necessary for underpinning the creation and delivery of appropriate knowledge services. Thus, unlearning (forgetting) becomes a critical means for organizational success.
The ECKM community of scholars has already initiated dialogue that links its particular strengths to innovation issues. This conference aims to further that dialogue by attracting leading edge work that leverages the ECKM community's in-depth understanding of learning and unlearning to better understand knowledge management. Our aim is to stimulate breakthrough research streams linking learning, unlearning and knowledge management.
20–21 September 2012 ECIE 2012: 7th European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Economic and organizational value creation is currently strongly embodied and embedded in innovation and entrepreneurship strategies and capabilities. Discovering and learning about those approaches can reflect the companies and nations adaptive capacity, both internally and externally. Thus, we invite researchers, practitioners and academics to present their researches and to share their own experiences in the fields of innovation and entrepreneurship.
8–12 October 2012 18th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management
Galway City, Ireland
The 18th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management is concerned with all aspects of eliciting, acquiring, modeling and managing knowledge, and its role in the construction of knowledge-intensive systems and services for the semantic web, knowledge management, e-business, natural language processing, intelligent information integration, etc.
The special focus of the 18th edition of EKAW will be on "Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management that matters".
8–9 November 2012 ECMLG 2012: 8th European Conference on Management Leadership and Governance
Neapolis University Pafos is delighted to host the ECMLG 2012 which will bring together a unique blend of leadership scholars, researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to share the insights of management, leadership and governance in the 21st Century.
25–27 April 2013 OLKC 2013 Theme: Translation, Transition & Transmission
13–14 January 2014 5th International Conference on E-Education, E-Business, E-Management and E-Learning - IC4E 2014
It is one of the leading international conferences for presenting novel and fundamental advances in the fields of e-Education, e-Business, e-Management and E-Learning. It also serves to foster communication among researchers and practitioners working in a wide variety of scientific areas with a common interest in improving e-Education, e-Business, e-Management and E-Learning related techniques.
7–8 February 2014 2014 Winter Global Technology Symposium
Los Angeles, CA, USA
This international refereed conference is dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in Technology and Management. This conference provides opportunities for the attendees to exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face and virtually, to establish business or research relations and to find global partners for future collaboration.
Washington, DC, USA
ICSEMI 2014 is an international forum for sharing knowledge and research results in theory, methodology, technology applications and innovative products in the fields of Computer Science, Electronics, Transport, Management,and Artificial Intelligence.
The conference engages in interdisciplinary research and consultancy projects in order to explore and examine consumer behaviour in local, regional, national and international contexts for a range of service industries.
21–22 May 2014 2014 International Conference on Hospitality and Tourism Management- ICHTM2014
ICHTM 2014, aims to bring together researchers, scientists, engineers, and scholar students to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, and research results about all aspects of Hospitality and Tourism Management and discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted.
Hawthorne, CA, USA
6–8 December 2014 2014 Special Conferences: Strategic Management in the Asian Century – Dealing with Dynamism, Diversity and Development
Wellington, New Zealand
Auckland, New Zealand
12–13 February 2015 2015 The 2nd International Conference on Innovation in Economics and Business
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
6–10 March 2015 ASPA 2015 Annual Conference
Chicago, IL, USA
24 March–2 April 2015 International Interdisciplinary Business-Economics Advancement Conference (IIBA 2015)
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA and at Sea
University of Manchester, UK
12–15 April 2015 Change Management 2015
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
14–17 April 2015 15th International Academic Conference
18–20 May 2015 10th Tinbergen Institute Conference, 2015
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Columbus, OH, USA
Next year's conference will highlight:
-Pedagogy and Instructional Design
-Designing and Publishing Research
-Technology and Online Learning
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
For more information please refer to the website.
Bologna Business School, Bologna, Italy
The social and economic benefits of converting academic research into practical applications are undisputable. Hence, the issue of science commercialization is receiving considerable interest among policy makers and scholars across many fields. Two distinct literatures, examining the intersections between scientific research and commercial application, relate to university-industry collaboration and academic entrepreneurship. Research on such topics in these two domains share many of the same underlying issues: i.e., overcoming cultural differences between academia and industry, managing technological and market uncertainties, and leveraging resources and support from diverse stakeholders. However, these literatures rarely refer to each other.
This workshop, the fifth in its series of EuroAsia gatherings, seeks to bring together experts from both domains to present and discuss their current research. Moreover, we seek to gather academics from both Asian and European institutions (but not only). Our aim is to provide an inspiring platform to share common research interests, exchange ideas, and explore future collaboration opportunities.
We look for contributions to advance theoretical development and empirical understanding of innovation and entrepreneurship involving university research. We are particularly looking for contributions related to the following three themes:
- The engaged scientist and their research team. The key actor in both university-industry collaborations and academic entrepreneurship is the scientist or research team developing the knowledge or technology. Potential research questions include how different types of scientists and research teams engage in research commercialization, the antecedents and consequences of such engagement, and the interplay of different modes of engagement.
- The innovative firm. Science commercialization involves an innovative firm, either as a collaboration partner for universities or in the instance of academic entrepreneurship where a new spin-off firm is established. Key research issues include how both new and established firms manage their relationship with universities, how they develop new science-based technologies and identify markets, and how they mobilize tangible and intangible resources to sustain the commercialization process.
- The entrepreneurial ecosystem. The context is increasingly emphasized as crucial for the initiation and successful outcome of university-industry collaboration and academic entrepreneurship. The notion of an ecosystem has become a popular conceptualization of the complex interplay of many different actors in promoting the creation of new business activity. In our context, potential research may involve the role of government and intermediary actors for science commercialization, the role of regional dimensions on science commercialization, and the economic and societal impacts of different science commercialization efforts.