The 5th International Business and Economics Conference
St. Norbert College, De Pere, WI
October 11-12, 2002
CALL FOR PAPERS:
visit our website at: http://www.sncibec.org/index.html
A multi-disciplinary conference devoted to the advancement of business and
economic global issues and education.
Conference Theme: Harmony and Hegemony in an era of Globalization
Papers from all areas in international business and economics are welcome.
We encourage the submission of scholarly works that encompass all
types of quality research. Relevant international topics include, but are not limited to: trade and finance; financial and management accounting; management;
organizational behavior; emerging markets; marketing strategies;
cross-cultural marketing and consumer research; service marketing;
multiculturalism and gender in the workplace; international business ethics;
global technology, internet, e-business; incorporating international
aspects in the class.
Conference paper submissions will be organized into two streams:
Presentation Only or Publication.
Presentation Stream: submit three copies of an abstract (750 words or less)
by March 17, 2002.
Publication Stream: submit three hard copies of a completed paper by March
17, 2002. If accepted, the paper will be published in the
conference proceedings and you can choose to pursue a publishing opportunity
through the MCB University Press (Emerald Insight) and the Management
Decision Journal. Authors who elect either or both publishing opportunities
should indicate their intent in a cover letter. Additional details will
be sent to interested authors after acceptance.
Both abstracts and papers will be blind-reviewed and must not have been
published elsewhere. Include a title page that indicates names,
affiliations, addresses, and e-mail information of all authors and indicate
who will be the contact author.
One completed paper will be selected to receive a “Best Conference Paper”
St. Norbert College is located on the western bank of the Fox River in the
Green Bay metropolitan area. Green Bay’s proximity to Chicago
(three-and-a-half hour drive) and Milwaukee (one-and-a-half hours) makes it
easily accessible. The city is served by the Austin Straubel Airport,
which provides more than 40 daily flights to and from major hubs such as
Chicago, Detroit, Milwaukee and Minneapolis.
Send your submissions to:
St. Norbert College
100 Grant Street
De Pere, WI 54115
Phone: (920) 403-3447
The deadline for receipt of submissions is March 17, 2002.
Visit our website at for more details.
Ed Chung, PhD
Assistant Professor, Business Administration
St. Norbert College
De Pere, WI 54115-2099
"Our theories determine what we measure." Einstein