- 2016 IACMR Hangzhou Conference Updates
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- 2015 Emerald/IACMR Chinese Management Research Fund Award
- Academic News
- Members' Profiling
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2016 IACMR Hangzhou Conference Updates
The paper/symposium submission system was opened on September 14. By the deadline of October 16, 2015, we have received about 760 submissions, about 100 papers more than the 2014 conference. In the meantime, we have got 550 reviewers voluntarily signing up in the past months. Each paper will be double-blind reviewed by 2~3 reviewers. The reviewers will evaluate the paper for research quality, contribution to the field of Chinese management, and general interest to IACMR members. The decisions of acceptance or not will be made by the year end and the acceptance or decision letters will be sent out with the review comments in January, 2016. We would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere thanks to ALL who have submitted papers to the 2016 conference as well as those who have volunteered to review the papers.
Six to seven keynote panels are being planned for the conference (conference theme, strategy, OB, China Forum, Deans Forum, Executive Forum, etc.) and the panel chairs have been invited and confirmed. Please click here to read the descriptions of the keynote panels.
Awards will be presented at the 2016 Conference, particularly the following ones.
1. MOR/PUP Best Paper Award of Chinese Theory of Management
(The winning paper will be selected from those published in Management and Organization Review in years 2014 and 2015 with an award amount of USD5,000)
This award is jointly sponsored by MOR and Peking University Press (PUP) to promote original theorizing to account for management phenomena that are relatively salient in China. It aims to recognize the best paper published in MOR that addresses new research questions, identifies new concepts, and/or develop new theories from the “Chinese theory of management” perspective (developing original theories for the Chinese context).
2. Best Conference Paper Awards (The winning papers will be selected from the papers submitted for the Conference)
i. Conference Theme Best Paper Award
ii. Best Conference Macro Paper Award
iii. Best Conference Micro Paper Award
iv. Best Student Paper Award
3. Conference Best Reviewers
The Conference Best Reviewers are selected by the program committee based on the quality of the reviews during the review process of the submissions.
1. Table of Contents of MOR September Issue (Volume 11, Issue 3)
The latest issue of MOR has been published by Cambridge University Press. Click here for the Table of Contents and abstracts.
2. CUP promotion
CUP introduces MOR on its website. Please click here for more information.
3. Please click here to read MOR Call for Papers: Celebrating and Advancing the Scholarship of Kwok Leung
2015 Emerald/IACMR Chinese Management Research Fund Award
Emerald and the International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR) are delighted to invite submissions to their Chinese Management Research Fund Award. The winner will receive £2,000 to fund the winning research project and two runners up will receive prizes of £500 each. Applications should address the dissemination of knowledge for the social good with a specific orientation toward benefit for mainland China.
Key dates: The closing date for applications is 15 May 2016. Results will be announced in July 2016.
Call for Chinese management research proposals please click here.
1. We have collected the Table of Contents of some international journals (May-July, 2015). You can click here for detailed information.
2. Please click here to find call for papers from Sydney University and The Sun Yat-Sen Business School.
3. IACMR member, Eric W. K. Tsang won Academy of Management Review Decade Award paper. Each year the award is given to the most cited paper among all the papers published in the same volume of the Academy of Management Review (AMR) ten years ago. The paper's detail is as below: Inkpen, Andrew C. and Eric W.K. Tsang. 2005. Social Capital, Networks, and Knowledge Transfer. Academy of Management Review, 30(1): 146-165. Dr. Tsang received his Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge. Before joining academia, he worked as corporate banker at HSBC in Hong Kong. He is the Dallas World Salute Distinguished Professor of Global Strategy at the Jindal School of Management, University of Texas at Dallas. His main research interests include organizational learning, strategic alliances, foreign direct investment, and philosophical analysis of methodological issues.
Lei Huang from Changsha University shares with us her experience with IACMR in the latest "Members' Profile”. Please click here for the full text (in Chinese).