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Call for Papers and Proposals——Tri-University Annual Conference:Towards a Post-pandemic Sustainable World

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Tri-University Annual Conference:

Towards a Post-pandemic Sustainable World

Call for Papers and Proposals

7-8 October 2021


Overview

The Tri-university annual conference is a joint initiative of Cardiff Business School, Newcastle University Business School and School of Management of Xiamen University since 2015. The conference will be hosted by Cardiff Business School and will take place virtually on 7-8 October 2021.


The objective of this conference is to provide a platform for research collaboration and strengthen interactions between the three participating institutions. In addition to presentation and discussion of research papers and projects, we will also explore further cooperation in teaching, learning, and administrative training in the future.


The theme of the conference is “towards a post-pandemic sustainable world”. This reflects the global challenges that our society is currently facing, including the pandemic, climate changes,  disruptive technology innovation (e.g., blockchain and AI), national and global economic inequality. Meeting these challenges requires both continued national efforts and international collaborations on sustainable development.


While we welcome the submissions related the conference theme, we also seek papers from other areas of research from accounting, economics, finance, business, logistics and operations research, management, marketing, strategy, and tourism. In addition to regular sessions, we will also have dedicated PhD sessions. Therefore, we encourage PhD students to submit their research papers. Please note that we only accept manuscripts in ENGLISH.


Keynote Speaker

Professor Bohui Zhang (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen)


Contributed Session

Participants of the conference this year have the opportunity to organise their own contributed session. Organisers of a contributed session must submit a proposal with
• the session title and abstract (max 200 words)

• a list of presenters (ideally from more than one of the three universities)

• the tentative title of each paper

• the name and affiliation of the session chair and the discussants


Colleagues who are interested in organising a contributed session can contact the conference organisers if they need help to find presenters, discussants and the session chair.


Important Dates

Submission deadline for papers and session proposals: 31 August 2021

Notification of acceptance: 15th September 2021

Conference dates: 7-8 October 2021


Submission Process

To submit, please send your paper to Executive-Education@cardiff.ac.uk (please add 'Cardiff-Newcastle-Xiamen conference' to the subject panel in your email submission).

For any further information, please contact Ms Beverly Francis ExecutiveEducation@cardiff.ac.uk.


Advisory Board

Professor Rachel Ashworth (Dean, Cardiff Business School)

Professor Giorgio Fazio (Director of Internationalisation (Research), Newcastle University Business School)

Professor Jianfa Li (Dean, Xiamen University School of Management)

Professor Sharon Mavin ( Director of Newcastle University Business School)

Professor Natasha Mauthner (Director of research, Newcastle University Business School)

Professor Jonathan Morris (Associate Dean for Research, Cardiff Business School)

Professor Chaopeng Wu (Executive Associate Dean, Xiamen University School of Management)

Professor Jason Xiao (Head of Department of Accounting and Information Management, University of Macau)

Professor Lisheng Yu (Associate Dean for Research Xiamen University School of Management)


Organising Committee

Ms Beverly Francis (Conference and Events Officer, Cardiff Business School)

Dr Qingwei Wang (Cardiff Business School)

Dr Doris Xin (Newcastle University)

Dr Tina Yue Xu (Cardiff Business School)

Professor Bo Zhou (Xiamen University School of Management)

Dr Peng Zhou (Cardiff Business School)