49th AIB UK & Ireland Chapter Conference
“International Business and SDG 8 – Are we on course?”
13 – 15 April 2023, Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow
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Adam Smith Business School at the University of Glasgow
The Conference will host both competitive and poster sessions. Competitive sessions are reserved for presentation of research at a relatively advanced stage of development. The poster session is reserved for research that is at an early stage of development. During the submission process, authors will be asked to choose whether their submission is to be considered for a competitive or for a poster session. Accepted submission will ultimately be allocated to either type of sessions after considering suggestions of referees.
Please note that:
Full papers or extended (SMS-style) abstracts can be submitted to the Conference.
Papers should not exceed 10,000 words for competitive papers and 2,000 words for posters, excluding tables, references and appendix.
Extended abstracts should not exceed a total of 7 pages/4,000 words (5 pages for the body which can include charts, graphs, diagrams, etc. and up to 2 pages of references).
References are required and must be included in the submission file. Please submit your proposal in PDF format or MS Word and make sure all information which might reveal authors' identity and affiliation are removed from the submission.
All submissions must include an abstract of max. 150 words, and should conform to the JIBS style guide, available at http://www.palgrave-journals.com/jibs/style_guide.html.
Please note that only full papers are eligible for best paper awards at the Conference. Authors that submit an extended abstract will need to provide their final papers by 23 March 2022.
Proposals for special panel sessions are welcome and should be sent to email@example.com, by 11 February 2022. Panel sessions are intended to serve as discussion forums for issues of contemporary interest to IB scholars. They are sessions organised as a single submission by the panel chair around a common theme. Proposals must include: