7th Asian Management Research and Case Conference (AMRC)
Theme: CONVERGENCE OR DIVERGENCE: EMERGING TRENDS IN MANAGEMENT RESEARCH AND CASES IN ASIA
Sub Theme: China’s One Belt, One Road Initiative: Implications for Management & Organizations in Asia
Knowledge Partners: South Asian Academy of Management (SAAM), Sage Publishing.
Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), with its partners, invites submissions for the 7th Asian Management Research and Case Conference 2018 (AMRC 2018).
According to the IMF, Asia continues to be the leader of global economic growth. Growth will remain strong at 5.4% in 2018. For the last several decades, emerging economies in Asia have successfully dominated the global economic outlook. These developments have led to a renewed interest among management scholars in conducting research on issues relevant to the region. This has led to the popular convergence-divergence debate amongst academics and management practitioners. With a significant increase in global foreign direct investment in Asia, are management practices in Asia gradually resembling those of the developed economies of the west or is the region pushing back? The challenges facing this region are manifold, heterogeneous and complex. In order to explore this debate further and add to the research on this topic, this year’s conference theme is ‘Convergence or divergence: Emerging trends in management research and cases in Asia’.
Submissions may include: Research Papers, Teaching Cases, Panel or Paper Symposia & Proposals for Doctoral Colloquia
All submissions will be reviewed based on originality, rigor, and relevance to the conference theme. All accepted manuscripts will be presented at the conference.
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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.
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. 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 author of the document).
Please click here for case writing guidelines.
Selected research papers and teaching cases will be considered for publication in the South Asian Journal of Business Studies and Asian Journal of Management Cases (as per journal review procedures).
Dr Shaista E. Khilji, George Washington University
Dr Yusuf Sidani, American University of Beirut
Dr Ijaz Shafi Gilani, GALLUP Pakistan
Dr Jawad Syed, Lahore University of Management Sciences
Dr M Abdur Rahman Malik, Lahore University of Management Sciences
Dr R Srinivasan, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
Dr Azlan Amran, Universiti Sains Malaysia
Dr Arijit Sikdar, University of Wollongong Dubai
Dr Shibli Rubayat Ul Islam, University of Dhaka