CCSM to Partner with the Eastern Academy of Management International
Conference call for papers from Cross Cultural & Strategic Management
Cross Cultural & Strategic Management (CCSM) is pleased to announce a partnership between the journal and the Eastern Academy of Management International, through the publication of a special issue.
CCSM will publish selected papers from the 2017 Eastern Academy of Management International ‘Managing in a Global Economy Conference XVII’, which is taking place from June 18-22, 2017.
The Bamboo Network, Asian Tigers, and World Markets Today: Retrospect and Prospect
The latter half of the 20th century saw the rise of the Asian Tiger economies (Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan), driven in large part by the trade and export policies of their respective governments. At the same time, the emergence of the Bamboo Network (Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines, and Singapore), facilitated by the establishment of Chinese-owned family businesses in these countries, has also played a role in the prosperity of countries along the Asia-Pacific axis, including Australia and New Zealand. In the wake of the 2008 world economic crisis, some economies have largely recovered while others (e.g., Japan) are still struggling to get back on firm footing. Scholars are invited to explore opportunities for research in ways that look at past (retrospect) and future (prospect) challenges and opportunities that businesses in these countries face in engaging with the rest of the world.
The conference covers (but is not limited to) the following themes:
• Business Policy and Strategy
• Human Resources
• Management Education & Development
• Organizational Behavior and Theory
• Research Methods
• Social Issues in Management
• Technology, Communication, IS
Submissions may take the form of either theoretical or empirical papers, symposia, panel discussions, cases, or experiential learning sessions. All submissions are to be written in English and follow Academy of Management style guidelines at aom.org. All papers and proposals should be submitted electronically via the conference website at eaom.org/eami. Submission deadline is December 2, 2016. The submission system is now open.
If a proposed idea does not seem to fit any of the domains described above, authors should contact Program Chair David Ford (mailto:[email protected]). Your submission will be directed to the most appropriate domain.
For more information, please visit: http://www.eaom.org/eamicall/