Asian Business and Management 2012
Negotiating a Way Forward: Asia Post Crisis and Post Catastrophe
After a difficult 2011 with extreme natural and man-made disasters in Japan and Thailand as well as unconvincing growth in China and Eurofears threatening an anemic economic recovery in Asia, the region seems poised for growth, if less exciting than in the previous decade.
Japan has targeted 2% inflation, a potentially huge step after years of deflation, entered the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) talks, reconstruction is stimulating the economy, and Japanese businesses are using the strong yen to acquire overseas competitors. China, with Japan, claims it is ready to cooperate on the Eurozone debt crisis, as wage increases threaten greater inflation troubles internally. Myanmar seems ready to return to the regional economy promising opportunities for major investment and regional coordination. From India to Hokkaido, is the region preparing for growth? Will it be sustainable, or just old-school infrastructure projects? Will it be another boom and bust cycle?
ABMC 2012 Special Themes
- Marketing and Social Networking in Business
- Asia’s Role in the Global Recovery
- New Business Thinking and Business models from Asia
- Business Internationalization and Globalization in Asian Countries
- Japan and the East Asian Regional Economy
- Asia’s Giants: China, India and Japan
- Asia’s Rising Economies
- Asia’s Changing Role in the Global Finance Industry
- Energy Politics and Policy Corporate Governance Public Sector and Private Sector Cooperation, Collaboration and Collusion: Too Close for Comfort?
- The Trans-Pacific Strategic Partnership: Good For Everyone?
- Intellectual Property: Ownership, Control and Creativity
- Japan After the Quake: The Resilience of Japan’s Economy
- Women in Business
- Financial Regulations versus Market Discipline
- Japan and the World Economy
- The impact of Asian Economies on Global Business
- The futures of the RMB and the Dollar
- Reforms and Revolutions in North Africa and the Middle East: Political and Economic Implications for the Region and the Rest of the World
- Debts and Deficits: Spending Our Way out of Trouble?
Abstracts of no more than 250 words including key words and JEL field codes should be submitted through the online system by 1 August 2012.
All abstracts will be double blind reviewed by a voluntary team, and if you submit on or near the August 1 deadline then you will normally be notified of the decision of the reviewers by 15 August 2012.
All accepted authors may have their full paper published in the conference proceedings to be published online, and accessible as part of the IAFOR research archive. Full text submission is due by December 1 2012.
Selected papers will be considered for inclusion in the ABMC 2012 Conference Journal, in modified form. This will be fully refereed in accordance with international standards.
The deadline for full conference payment for all presenters is 1 November 2012.
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