2014 IMRA-Kean International Conference 29-31 May, 2014 "Globalization and the Convergence of Creativity, Innovation and Entrepr
You are invited to participate in the '2014 IMRA – Kean International Conference' organized by the International Management Research Academy (IMRA), London, United Kingdom in collaboration with the School of Management, Marketing & International Business, College of Business & Public Management, Kean University, New Jersey, United States of America, during Thursday 29th May to Saturday 31st May, 2014. This conference shall be held in the campus of Kean University, USA.
The theme of the conference is, 'Globalization and the Convergence of Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship.' As globalization rapidly evolves to the next phase of a multi-directional but converging flow of creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship, the 2014 IMRA-Kean International Conference offers a cross-disciplinary forum on how to best integrate management theory and practice across the emerged, emerging and frontier markets.
Managing for globalization increasingly involves planning for sustainable growth and market
development through social entrepreneurship and innovation. It aims to achieve tangible returns on universal education, quality of life, and happiness in addition to traditional financial objectives. Management theory and practice have witnessed various cross-fertilized strands while contributing to this goal. This conference shall be a platform to inform, debate and discuss some of these synergistic paths.
Contributions are invited in the areas including but not limited to:
• Strategic management
• Finance and accounting
• Marketing and consumer behaviour
• Human resource management
• Entrepreneurship, Social Entrepreneurship
• Organization behaviour
• International management
• Management in Emerging & Frontier Markets
• Operations management
• Technology and Innovations management
• Knowledge Management
• Public and not-for-profit management
• General management
Authors may consider the above listed areas; however if they wish to develop a special session around a specific topic, the information is available in the call for submissions document. Individuals may also register and attend the conference as a participant without submitting or presenting any work.