AMERICAN SOCIETY OF BUSINESS AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCESThe MS Word file for the Call for Paper is also available at the bottom of this page for your convenience. The links on the left will take you to the addresses of the appropriate track chair. If you need further assistance please email the webmaster, Rafi Karim.
22nd ANNUAL CONFERENCE
FEBRUARY 19-22, 2015
Registration Information --
Registration Form -- 2015_Registration_Form_22nd_Meeting.doc (60 kilobytes, Microsoft Word).
Guidelines for Conference Proceedings --
All authors must follow this simplified guideline in order to maintain uniformity and quality of the proceedings.
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The 22nd Annual Conference of the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences will be held at the Harrah's Las Vegas Casino and Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada from February 19 to 22, 2015. Proposals for paper presentation and session chairs are invited from all areas of Business and Behavioral Sciences in the Tracks listed below. The deadline for submission of proposals is November 15, 2014. Multiple papers by same authors will be scheduled for presentation on consecutive days. A Job Market and a Book Exhibit will also be organized during the conference.
Information about ASBBS including its publications is available at http://www.asbbs.org. Our meetings emphasize interaction and collegiality in cordial environment. Although paper proposals are accepted on their merits, we welcome empirical papers with policy implications. All papers and abstracts are reviewed by appropriate track chairs, program chair and conference chair. Accepted papers are published in the Conference Proceedings if guidelines are met. The deadline for Proceedings submission is December 10, 2014. Submit your Proceedings article to firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy to email@example.com . Only electronic submissions are accepted. ASBBS also publishes a peer-reviewed e-journal and three refereed journals titled Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, Journal of Business and Accounting and Journal of Business and Educational Leadership. All articles presented at the 22nd Annual Conference will qualify for review and publication in the refereed journals. Visit http://www.asbbs.org/publications.html for the current issues of all refereed journals.
Paper/Abstract Submission: To submit a proposal, provide a complete paper or an abstract with at least 250 words with the title of the paper, name(s), addresses, telephone numbers and email address to an appropriate Track Chair with a copy to the Conference Chair. All proposals will be reviewed. The “Best Paper” of each track will be recognized in the Conference Proceedings and Annual Banquet. The Best Papers may be published in the ASBBS eJournal.
Registration and Hotel Room Reservation: Authors of accepted papers or paper proposals will be required to register by December 10, 2014. The registration fee for each participant is $350 if paid by December 10, 2014 and $375 thereafter. The Registration Fee includes two continental breakfasts, evening receptions and admission to Annual Banquet. The registration fee for undergraduate students and retired faculty members will be $300.00. If accepted, there will be a Second Paper Fee of $150.00 for an additional paper to be presented by the same author. No individual author may submit more than two paper proposals. The registration fee includes one Conference Proceedings, admission to all conference sessions and activities, continental breakfasts for two days, and one reception. A block of hotel rooms will be available at a special rate of $90 per night for February 18, 19 and 22 and at a rate of $105 for February 20 and 21. Call Harrah's Las Vegas Casino and Hotel at 1-888-458-8471 to reserve your room by 5:00 PM PST, January 19, 2015. Mention American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences to obtain the special rate.
Keynote Speaker : Professor Ken Meyer, Thomas F. Sheehan Distinguished Professor of Public Administration, Drake University will deliver the Keynote Speech at the ASBBS 22nd Annual Banquet in the evening of Saturday, February 21. Click at the link for a short biographical sketch of Professor Meyer (Keynote)