I would be very grateful if you could please distribute the Call for Book Chapters below to the AIB List. Thank you.
CALL FOR BOOK CHAPTERS
Book Title: “Marketing, Management and International Business Theory and Practice: Contemporary Issues and Research in Selected Countries.”
This Call for Book Chapters invites academics and practitioners who are currently researching in the field of marketing, management and international business to submit papers to be refereed for possible publication as book chapters in the proposed book titled: “Marketing, Management and International Business Theory and Practice: Contemporary Issues and Research in Selected Countries.”
The primary objective of the proposed book is to have a collection of original scholarly research papers from academics and practitioners around the globe that deals with marketing, management and international business theories, principles and concepts in their respective countries. The finished book will be an ideal answer for lecturers and professors faced with finding contemporary readings for their students in marketing, management and international business disciplines. It will also be a valuable resource for practising managers seeking background and contemporary research information on any of the various topics and countries that will be covered in the book.
Topics covered in your submission could be in any area of marketing, management and international business as well as globalization, finance, accounting, tourism, exporting, health care marketing/management, information technology, etc in the selected country/countries of your choice. Your paper could be a theoretical paper, a case study, an empirical research (whether qualitative or quantitative) or a literature review.
This book is expected to be published in January/February 2013 by the Academy of World Business, Marketing and Management Development (in association with the Global Publishing House)
Deadline for receipt of manuscripts is 19th November 2012.
Papers should be submitted via e-mail to the Editor: Professor Gabriel Ogunmokun,
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