AIB South Asia Conference 2022 Final2

Call for Papers

The last date for the submission is over 

Submission deadline: 

December 20, 2021

The Conference format is combination of interactive paper sessions, plenary speaker sessions and case teaching workshop.

Interactive sessions are primarily designed for extended abstracts, shorter manuscripts (in research note formats) or work-in-progress pieces that could benefit from informal feedback from other participants. Interactive sessions are held in a roundtable discussion format with shorter oral presentations allowing for an engaging interaction with other researchers with similar interests. The guidelines for the paper submission for interactive session are as under:

  • Original extended abstracts written in English are invited.
  • The extended abstract, shorter manuscripts or work-in progress pieces shall not be more than 5-7 pages including references, ouble spaced, 12 size font Times New Roman,
  • The document must have no author identifying information: Any information identifying the authors should not be included on the title page or elsewhere in the paper.
  • Submissions must follow the JIBS Style Guide.
  • Each submission must state, on its front page at the top right, the requested Track title and specify the session format as Interactive Session
  • The manuscript should preferably be saved in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format to ensure that reviewers see it in the intended way.
  • Microsoft Word files, while not preferred, will also be accepted. If submitting a Microsoft Word file, the document must be checked for viruses using an updated anti-virus software utility before submission.
  • All the submissions shall be selected through blind review process and the authors shall be notified about the outcome of the review.
  • The authors can choose to present either these papers as submitted or full papers (if possible and done) in the Conference

Important: Please note that submitting an extended abstract, manuscript or work-in-progress paper for the interactive session does not necessarily mean it will always end up in this session. Often times very good papers end up in an interactive session because of lack of space on the program or lack of fit with any of the existing competitive sessions.

Conference Tracks:

Submissions addressing the conference theme may pertain to the following potential topics including and not limited to:

  • Impact of COVID-19 and sustainable development
  • Failures and survival strategies during COVID-19
  • International entrepreneurship
  • International finance
  • Impact on SMEs, MSMEs and new ventures
  • Aatamnirbhar Bharat or Make-in-India initiatives
  • Internationalization and human resource management
  • Politics, culture, sustainability and internationalization
  • International marketing
  • International trade and supply chain management
  • How digitalization helped economies survive?
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