July 30 - August 3   New York
Sponsored by Clute Institute
2017 International Academic
Conference on Business

Important Dates

  • Conference Dates: July 30 – August 3, 2017
  • Presentation Dates: July 31 – August 2, 2017
  • Welcome Reception: July 30, 2017
  • Optional Tour: August 3, 2017
  • Hotel room cutoff: July 3, 2017
  • Late Registration Fee: After June 30, 2017
  • Submission Deadline: June 30, 2017  (EXTENDED to July 6, 2017)
  • Final abstracts/papers due: June 30, 2017 (EXTENDED to July 6, 2017)

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Details

Join us at our 2017 International Academic Conference on Business New York, at the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel! The conference provides a forum for faculty and administrators to present their research on all aspects of business & business education. In addition to the Academic Conference on Business, we are also hosting the Conference on Education and the Conference on Technology in Education that will be held on the same days, at the same venue. One registration fee will allow you to attend all three conferences.

The 2017 International Academic Conference on Business New York provides a forum for faculty and administrators to present their research on all aspects of business & business education. Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Accounting
  • Auditing
  • Banking
  • Business Education
  • Business Ethics
  • Business Information Systems
  • Business Law
  • Business Teaching Methods
  • Business Technology

  • Computer Information Systems
  • Diversity Management
  • E-Commerce
  • Economics
  • Energy Policy
  • Engineering
  • Finance
  • Human Resources

  • Information Systems
  • International Business
  • International Energy Development & Usage
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Service Science
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Taxes

Include:

  • Paper Title
  • Full Paper, Abstract, or Proposal
  • Author(s) Information:
    • Name
    • Institution
    • Country
    • Email

Formatted as follows:

  • Paper size: letter (8.5 X 11 inches)
  • One inch margins
  • Microsoft Word, Apple Pages or compatible software
  • Times New Roman, 10 points
  • Single-spaced, single column
  • 10 page maximum for full papers – $10 per page if over 10 pages

 

We offer a Standard In-House Review as well as a Blind Peer Review for all submitted proposals. These options are found on the registration form. Those who choose the Blind Peer Review option must also agree to assist in reviewing other conference proposals (up to three total). Please remember that selecting a Blind Peer Review will extend acceptance of your proposal by up to one month

Standard Presentation

Standard presentations are scheduled in 2-hour sessions, allowing for 20-25 minutes per presentation. Each session will include an Apple Macbook running Microsoft PowerPoint, Apple Keynote, and Prezi, so please bring your presentation on a flash drive using one of these software packages.

Poster Presentation

Each poster will have 30 minutes to present in the poster session. There is no requirement on the size of the poster, however we recommend around 30×40 inches (75×100 cm). Easels or display boards will be provided; posters may not be pinned or taped to the walls.

Workshop Presentation

Looking for something more hands-on? Try our 1 hour workshop! If needed, the workshop will be equipped with an Apple Macbook running Microsoft PowerPoint, Apple Keynote, and Prezi, although you are more than welcome to bring your own equipment.

Virtual Presentation

Can’t attend the conference in person?  Send us your video presentation and we’ll post it on our Clute YouTube channel, allowing you to gain valuable feedback from viewers around the world. Afterwards you will receive a complete conference packet. (Supported video formats: .mov, .mp4, .m4v, MPEG, AVCHD, AVI, DV)

Includes The Following

  • Admission to every session, workshop, reception, and coffee break
  • Continental breakfasts (Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday mornings)
  • Lunches available for purchase ($35 per day)
  • 20-25 minute time slot to present one paper at the conference
  • Hard copy of the conference program, proceedings on a USB flash drive
  • Certificate of Presentation or Certificate of Participation
  • Submit your paper for journal review, free of charge (additional fees apply, click here for more details)

Payment Info

Early Registration

     $550 USD (Received on or before June 30, 2017)

Late Registration

     $650 USD (Received after June 30, 2017)

Additional Papers

     One additional paper may be submitted for an extra $150.

Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel

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A more detailed schedule will be available closer to the conference.

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
8:00-10:00
Concurrent Sessions
8:00-10:00
Concurrent Sessions
8:00-10:00
Concurrent Sessions
Morning
Optional Tour
10:15-12:15
Concurrent Sessions
10:15-12:15
Concurrent Sessions
10:15-12:15
Concurrent Sessions
12:30-1:15
Keynote Presentation
12:30-1:15
Keynote Presentation
12:30-1:00
Closing Remarks
1:30-3:30
Concurrent Sessions
1:30-3:30
Concurrent Sessions
5:30-7:00
Pre-Conference
Check-in & Reception
3:45-5:45
Concurrent Sessions
 

Keynote Presentations

International Business and Economics Scholarship from the Space of Mindfulness

David Borker, Ph.D, Manhattanville College, USA, Editor-in-Chief of the International Business & Economics Research Journal (IBER).

Learning how to balance your mind, cultivate awareness, build emotional resilience, develop self-compassion and generate compassion for others, see and listen deeply.

Mindfulness meditation and contemplation practices have influenced all levels of education, including undergraduate and graduate teaching in colleges and Schools of Business.  This teaching has penetrated the business world, through such means as executive educational programs, resulting in the spread of mindfulness meditation practices in many types of organizations. 

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All Aboard! The Affective Approach to Increasing Global Awareness

Dr. Rachel Dunbar, Calhoun Community College / ReDirect Consulting, Inc., USA

“Minority students are less likely to travel internationally for a number of different reasons. They are reluctant to leave their families, believe that traveling is reserved for the majority population, and fear that they are not financially able to afford this “luxury”. This is especially problematic when these students have few faculty members of color on their campuses with whom they can confer for guidance. Given that society is becoming increasingly diverse, there is a need for more faculty of color who are sensitive to the needs of students of color at colleges and universities (Gasman, Kim, & Nguyen, 2011). This is also true for varied industries whose workforce demographics reflect diversity, but not extensive global awareness. To whom can employees turn within their companies to help direct them toward a greater understanding international significance in their professional lives?”

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Optional Tour

The 9/11 Memorial & Museum Tour

At ground zero

 

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Sponsored By

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The Clute Institute was founded in 1985 for the purpose of disseminating the latest academic research on various business and economics-related topics. The scope of our mission has expanded to include many areas of academic knowledge. Click here to learn more.

Proceedings

Conference proceedings for the 2017 International Academic Conference on Business New York will be available here after the conference.

Submit Final Version

Already registered and looking to submit the final version of your paper? Click here!