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I-WAM 2004

July 2004 in Shanghai, China

The deadline for submissions is late fall.

 

WAM in ALASKA: March 31-April 4, 2004

Call for Papers: Submission deadline Monday October 6, 2003

 

ASIA ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT

FOURTH CONFERENCE

CALL FOR PAPERS

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: May 31, 2004

Moving Forward: Leading Asia in a New Era

Shanghai, China, December 16-18, 2004

Hosted by the Fudan University

The Asia Academy of Management invites papers for its fourth conference on the captioned theme. The theme of the last conference was 。ァInnovating Asian Management in the 21st Century。ィ. Having identified the opportunities in the new millennium and coming up with innovative strategies, managers should now move forward to capitalize on those new opportunities and creative strategies. The fourth Asia Academy of Management conference will focus on how Asian managers should lead their organizations in a new era, characterized by unprecedented changes socially, economically, politically and technologically. In this era, more than ever, managing a successful business requires taking higher risks, applying more non-traditional thinking, and responding quicker to everyday crisis. How do managers demonstrate effective leadership in such a demanding time? More specifically, issues related to the broad theme of the conference include, but are not restricted to the following:

  • What are the specific issues that Asian leaders have to confront in this new era?
  • What have Asian managers learned from the recent crises in Asia? How can they lead their organizations to go forward? What are the obstacles and challenges in front of them?
  • What are some of the characteristics that Asian leaders should possess? How should Asian managers be different from those in the west? How should today。ヲs leaders be different from those in the past? What are the new skills that need to be acquired?
  • What are the changes that Asian firms need to make, in terms of strategies and human resource policies, so that they can remain viable and competitive in this new era? What should managers do to manage these changes?

 

19th Annual SIOP Conference

Chicago, Illinois

Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers

April 2-4, 2004

Workshops April 1

Online proposal submissions process for 2004 SIOP Conference will be available July 30.  

Submission deadline is September 17, 2003! 

 

ANZAM 2003 Conference, 2-5 December, in Perth, Australia, hosted by Edith Cowan University

Conference Papers

Closing date: 16 June 2003

Two types of papers are invited for the ANZAM Conference:

Refereed papers: Theoretical, empirical, literature reviews, management education issues, case studies. 10 pages in length. All submissions for the refereed papers will be double blind peer reviewed and published in the conference proceedings CD. Papers should show the author(s) name and address on a separate page to facilitate the blind refereeing process.

Non-refereed papers: These may be submitted for presentation as a paper or poster, and will be subject to editorial consideration. Only abstracts will be printed in the proceedings.

The 5th Asian Regional Congress of the IIRA

We are pleased to invite you to submit an abstract. The deadline is March 31, 2003. Each and every submitted abstract will undergo a competitive review. Applicants will then be notified by June 30, 2003, whether their papers have been accepted for presentation at a plenary session or in a workshop, or as a communication paper. An applicant whose paper has been selected as a communication paper may present the paper at one of the poster sessions.
Please send abstracts via e-mail only (iira2004@kli.re.kr). Abstracts should be written in English and the length should not exceed 500 words. The applicant need to indicate the preferred track, his or her name, affiliation, and mailing and e-mail addresses. Full papers of those accepted abstracts for a plenary or a workshop should be submitted by January 31, 2004. If you are interested in attending the congress or submitting a paper, please visit our website for details (http://www.kli.re.kr/iira2004).

First Announcement from the Program Committee

We are pleased to confirm, through this first announcement, the agenda which consist of four tracks under the general theme of 'Dynamics and Diversity: Employment Relations in the Asia-Pacific Region'. The program committee sought to broaden the scope of the agenda accommodating comments it received from the International Advisory Council and others following the preliminary announcement.

The agenda include HRM & HRD, labor and social problems as well as all issues of industrial relations in the Asia-Pacific Region. The program is also designed to enlighten us about the experiences and lessons of countries in the developing or the developed world. We welcome all papers including theoretical research, empirical and case studies, and policy discussions from scholars, practitioners and policy makers around the world. Please note that anybody who is interested in the theme can participate in the Congress. We would like to encourage nonmembers as well as IIRA members to submit their papers.

We will also have two special sessions, a workshop for state-sponsored labor research institutes and a workshop for doctoral students. Additionally, a poster session will be set up for the communication papers. The program committee welcomes your suggestions and ideas regarding the special sessions as well as all other aspects of the program. Please direct your correspondence to the following email: iira2004@kli.re.kr

Hyo-Soo Lee
Chairperson of the Program Committee

2003 SMA ANNUAL MEETING CALL FOR PAPERS
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2003
IN CLEARWATER BEACH, FLORIDA!
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: APRIL 16, 2003

PROGRAM ORGANIZATION: The meeting will be organized around eight tracks. These tracks will feature paper sessions, symposia, and workshops intended to share research findings and/or their applications of research. Symposia and workshops that integrate theory and practice and are applicable to more than one track are especially encouraged.

PAPER AND PROPOSAL SUBMISSIONS: Four copies of each paper, symposium, or workshop proposal should be submitted to the most appropriate track chair in hard copy and on diskette. Symposia and workshops intended for multiple tracks should be submitted to the chairs of the tracks involved; if not accepted jointly, such submissions may still be accepted by one (or more) of the separate tracks.

Submissions may not exceed 25 pages in length (including title page) and should contain: a separate title page with author(s) name(s), affiliation(s), telephone and fax number(s), E-mail address(es), and track(s); a separate page with a 50-100 word abstract; and text, including references, tables, figures, etc.
Except for the title page, submissions should be double-spaced throughout (including all tables and references), use 12-point font (Word or WordPerfect), 8.5 x 11-inch paper, and one-inch margins throughout.
To facilitate the blind review of papers, author(s) name(s) and address(es) should appear only on the title page; the title should appear on the abstract page also.
Each symposium or workshop proposal should include: a title page and abstract as specified above, a list of participants and their roles, 1-3 page overview of the work's purpose, 3-5 page description of each participant's presentation, and a letter signed by all participants guaranteeing their participation.
Symposium and workshop proposals are not blind-reviewed.
With any paper submission, there is an explicit understanding that at least one of the authors agrees to register for, attend, and personally present the paper at the meeting (should it be accepted).
Please include a self-addressed, stamped postcard to acknowledge receipt of submissions and a self-addressed, stamped envelope to receive reviewer comments and the track chairs decision.
Submissions that do not conform to the specifications outlined above cannot be accepted. Electronic or fax submissions will not be accepted. Receipt deadline is April 16, 2003.

Industrial Relations Research Association
Call for 2004 IRRA Poster Session Abstracts Due May 1, 2003

The 2004 IRRA Annual Meeting in San Diego will feature the annual IRRA Poster Session. This session attracts a wide audience and encourages feedback on work in progress or recently completed. Abstracts on topics of interest to the membership are posted and may be distributed, but are not orally presented. Authors must be present to discuss. Members interested in participating in the 2004 IRRA Poster Session should submit three (3) copies of a completed paper or a two-page abstract no later than May 1, 2003, to the Poster Session Chair Stephen J. Havlovic, Management Department, University of Wisconsinhitewater, 800 West Main, Whitewater, WI 53190. For additional information, contact havlovis@uww.edu.

Call for Papers
7th Conference on International HRM

June 4-6, 2003
University of Limerick
Limerick, Ireland
Submission Deadline: Jun 4, 2003

There is a substantial and growing body of extant literature which explores IHRM and its key determinants from a multiplicity of perspectives. However, beyond apparent agreement on its etymology, defining and delimiting the nature of IHRM and all its constituent parts poses something of a challenge. Building upon the work of the earlier conferences (Singapore, 1987; Hong Kong, 1989; Ashridge, 1992; Gold Coast, 1994; San Diego, 1996; and Paderborn, 1998), the theme of the 2003 conference in Ireland will be nternational HRM: Exploring the mosaic, developing the disciplineIHRM 2003 will seek to present a complement of academic and practitioner papers dedicated to exploring the multidimensional and dynamic nature of the field of IHRM. Contributions are invited in all areas of international human resource management including areas such as:

* The current state of the field of IHRM;
* Regional variations,convergence and divergence in HRM;
* HRM in the multinational enterprise;
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* HRM strategy and performance;
* Contemporary issues in core functions of HRM, e.g. Recruitment & selection, Appraisal & performance management, Rewards and HRD;
* The labour market and HRM, e.g. Equality issues, legal aspects, industrial relations and employee representation, flexible work practices;
* Integrating Information Communication Technologies and HRM, e.g. e-hrm, e-business and human resource information systems;
* Contemporary issues in IHRM, e.g. expatriation, intercultural adjustment & repatriation, international careers, dual careers, knowledge management and the psychological contract, organisational commitment;
For more information:
www.ihrm2003.com
IHRM 2003 Conference
Department of Personnel & Employment Relations
College of Business
University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland
info@ihrm2003.com