Deadline for 12th Biennial International Society for Markets and Development

has been extended to 1st of January, 2012

Please, submit your papers to following tracks:

Track 1: Critical Perspectives of (Post) Development in the Age of Markets
Chairs: Alan Bradshaw ([log in to unmask]), Royal Holloway  
University of London) and Detlev Zwick, York University  
([log in to unmask])

Track 2: Financial Markets and Development
Chairs: Kenneth Yap ([log in to unmask]), University of Western Australia

Track 3: Politics, Markets and Socio-Economic Development in the Arab Region
Chair: Aliakbar Jafari ([log in to unmask]), University of  
Strathclyde Business School

Track 4: China and Global Development in a New World Order
Chairs: Aloysius Newenham-Kahindi, Univ. of Saskatchewan, Canada  
([log in to unmask]) and Pia Polsa, Hanken School of  
Economics ([log in to unmask])

Track 5: Markets, Marketing and Development
Chair: Sammy Bonsu ([log in to unmask]), York University.

Track 6: Humanitarian Logistics and Development
Chairs: Ira Haavisto ([log in to unmask] ) and Gyöngyi Kovács  
([log in to unmask] ), HUMLOG Institute, Hanken School of Economics,  

Track 7: Base?of-the-Pyramid Business and the Formation of Markets
Chair: Sofia Altafi, ([log in to unmask]), Stockholm School of  
Economics, Sweden and Sara Lindeman ([log in to unmask]), Hanken  
School of Economics, Finland

Track 8: E-Commerce, Technology and Innovation in Development Contexts
Chair: Janice Denegri-Knott ([log in to unmask]) Media School,  
Bournemouth University.

Track 9: Sustainable Markets, Consumer Rights and Justice:
Chair: Gretchen Larsen ([log in to unmask]), King?s College  
London and Nil Ozcaglar-Toulouse ([log in to unmask]),  
Universite de Lille 2, Lille, France.

Track 10: The Arts and Development
Track Chairs: Finola Kerrigan ([log in to unmask]), King?s  
College London and Hudita Nura Mustafa ([log in to unmask]).

Track 11: Special Sessions
Chairs: Sammy Bonsu ([log in to unmask]) and Detlev Zwick  
([log in to unmask])

We recognize that we cannot capture all the issues of markets and  
development in the ten topics identified. Thus, we encourage your  
papers and proposals on topics that do not fit these topics. We  
encourage both orthodox and unorthodox submissions that connect  
markets, capitalism, entrepreneurship financial markets and business  
in general to the broader theme of socio-economic development.

Types of Submission
For this conference, ISMD will be accepting three types of submissions  
? long abstracts, complete papers, and panel proposals (special  
sessions). As best as possible, your submissions should be defined to  
fit into one of the ten topical tracks. If you are having difficulty  
identifying the appropriate track for your submission, please contact  
the chair for the track closest to your paper?s perspective. As noted,  
if your idea is so radical that it does not fit any of the identified  
topic areas, please forward your submission to the special session  
track chairs.
All submissions should be sent to the appropriate track chair(s) as an  
email attachment in MS WORD FORMAT by November 30, 2011. Papers must  
follow the JMM citation guidelines. If you have any questions, please  
contact the Conference Co-Chair, Sammy Bonsu ([log in to unmask]).
Publication Opportunity - JMM
Traditionally, ISMD conferences have made great efforts to create  
publishing opportunities for the best papers presented. The Journal of  
Macromarketing (JMM) is one of ISMD?s academic sponsors and has had a  
strong interest in the topic of markets, marketing, and development  
since its inception in 1981. JMM is considering a special issue based  
on the papers to be presented at ICMD-12. JMM encourages authors of  
the best and most relevant papers to submit developed versions of  
their papers for publication consideration in the Journal. All papers  
will be subject to the standard reviewing protocol of the Journal.

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