IBRC 2011


2011 International Business Research Conference, Jacksonville, FL, 11-12 Feb 2011, Marketing Track Chair Reham Eltantawy; Deadline 20 Nov

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International Business Research Conference

You are invited to participate in the 2011 International Business Research Conference. The conference, co-sponsored by The University of North Florida and the University of Warsaw will be held February 11-12, 2011 at The University Center of the University of North Florida. Conference theme: Sustainability in International Business: Wishful Thinking or Reality?

Important Dates:

    Abstract submission deadline: November 20, 2010
    Acceptance decisions (blind review): December 15, 2010
    Registration & payment receipt deadline: December 20, 2010
    Final paper submission: January 7, 2011

Theoretical, empirical and applied papers within the theme of the conference and in the following areas of business:

  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Supply Chain Management (Supply Chain Management, Transportation and Logistics)
  • Management (Management, MIS, Organizational Behavior, Human Resources, et cetera)
  • Accounting
  • Economics
  • Other related fields

Research with student co-author is welcome. If you have any questions regarding your submission, please contact the

Track Chairs for each discipline:

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Submit a long abstract (two pages) and complete paper by following the link Submission prior to the deadline noted above. You will receive an email containing an acceptance of rejection letter by the date noted above. A double-blind review process will be utilized.

Special Issues Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics and International Business: Research, Teaching and Practice (IBRTP)

The top papers of the conference will be considered for peer review publication in special issues of the following journals:

Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics edited by Prof. Ruth Taplin, see the following website for article submission details


International Business: Research, Teaching and Practice (IBRTP), published by the Academy of International Business Southeast. See the following website for submission details:


Only papers submitted according to the deadlines set above will be considered for these special issues.

Conference Fees

Conference registration is US$200 per participant. A $50 late fee applies for registration fees paid after the deadline.

Individuals who are not presenting a paper at the conference are invited to participate in the conference. Regular registration fees apply.

Electronic Proceedings

Other selected papers will be published in an electronic conference proceedings volume. Papers submitted on or before the January 7th deadline will be considered for publication in the proceedings.