CALL FOR PAPERS
World Business and Social Science Research Conference
Date: 9 – 10 December 2016
Venue: Ambassador Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand
Submission Deadline: 4 November 2016
Registration Deadline: 25 November 2016
Theoretical and empirical papers relating to all areas of Accounting, Banking, Finance, Economics, Management, Marketing, Education, Psychology, Sociology, political science, Computer Science, Anthropology, Philosophy and Journalism are invited for the above international conference. All submissions are double-blind peer-reviewed and accepted papers/abstracts will be published electronically and will be linked to Google Scholar. This conference is supported by three international Scopus and Thompson Reuter indexed journals and the journals listed by Australian Research Council. This conference is organized by Australian Social Sciences and Business Research Institute (ASSBRI). Outstanding papers will be published in 2017 issue of any of the three Journals such as International Review of Business Research Papers, Global Review of Accounting and Finance and World Journal of Management. There is no submission fee at all for outstanding papers. These journals are not predatory or open access journals and are published by Zant World Press of Australia. (you can visit www.zantworldpress.com)
How to Submit your Manuscript:
Please send us either abstract or full paper directly via email address: firstname.lastname@example.org by 4 November 2016. Please read and follow the link “Manuscript Submission Guidelines” in the menu bar provided on the website before you submit the paper. Review process takes shortest time and we would notify the acceptance as soon as review process is over. If you need to submit advance funding application to your organization, we suggest you send us at least an abstract as soon as possible. If you are running out of time, you can send just abstract now and full paper by 25 November 2016
Thomson Reuter and Scopus Indexed Journals:
You will have the opportunity to publish your paper in following indexed journals:
a. Journal of Management Science (indexed by Thomson Reuter)
b. Banks and Banking System ( Indexed by Scopus)
c. International Journal of Supply Chain Management (indexed by Scopus)
Note: The editorial board of the respective journal will independently consider high quality papers. You need to follow the journal’s policy. For example, while JMS does not charge any fee, BBS asks for submission fee.
Written Feedback on your Paper:
There are many business research conferences in the world and a very few organizers provide written feedback on your paper. But we deliver “Written Feedback on your paper” in the form of Paper Evaluation Report which will assist you to revise your paper.
You will have up to 15 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for discussion. Please bring your presentation on a USB. Each presentation room will be equipped with a laptop and a screen for PowerPoint presentations.
Best Paper Awards, Certificates and Free Fellowship of ASSBRI:
Best papers in each track will be conferred by the Program Committee and all awardees will become Fellow of the ASSBRI which will allow you to join our future conferences, seminars, workshop and training at a discounted rate. Certificate of presentation will be issued to all participants presenting their research papers. Certificate of chairing a session will be issued to chairs acknowledging their contribution in the conference.
Arrival, morning, afternoon tea/coffee and light foods plus hot buffet lunch will be provided as part of the basic registration fee which is only US$350.
Important Dates and Deadlines:
Deadline for Abstract and/or full paper Submission: 4 November 2016
Date of Notification of acceptance: Within shortest time
Registration Deadline: 25 November, 2016
International Program Committee Members: See the link on website www.info-researchmeeting.com
Further Enquiries: Please email Professor Mohammad Hoque via email@example.com
Please click on the links provided on www.info-researchmeeting.com for more information.
Professor Bob Clift, Former Dean, The University of Melbourne, Australia