Call for Papers and Proposals
The 2022 Tri-University Annual Conference: Recovery and Rebalancing
3-4 Nov. 2022
Newcastle University Business School Submission Deadline: 20th Sept. 2022
The Tri-university annual conference is a joint initiative of Newcastle University Business School, Cardiff Business School, and School of Management of Xiamen University since 2015. The conference will run in a hybrid style with physical location at Newcastle University Business School and online streaming sessions for all international audience, between 3-4 Nov. 2022. 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.
Due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, companies and markets are facing highly changeable environments and huge competitive pressure. International conflicts further impose huge risks on the global economy that’s yet to fully recover from the pandemic shock. Without a good mechanism to adapt to this complex environment, companies and markets are more likely to encounter financial difficulties, such as excessive liabilities, insufficient liquidity or even bankruptcy. These problems will not only adversely affect the sustainable development of economy, but also result in significant losses to investors, creditors, lenders, and other stakeholders.
We seek theoretical and empirical papers that shed light on new knowledge to enrich the literature on environmental sustainability and energy, green finance, ESG, CSR, asset pricing, market liquidity, corporate finance, corporate governance, and entrepreneurial finance in an international context. We also welcome the submissions of papers from interdisciplinary areas including 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.
Prof. Wenxuan Hou (University of Edinburgh, Joint Editor of British Accounting Review; Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies)
Prof. Jason Xiao (University of Macao, Joint Editor of British Accounting Review; Associate Editor of Abacus, Nankai Business Review International; Editorial board member of Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, Journal of International Accounting Research)
Submission deadline for papers and proposals: 20th Sept. 2022 Notification of acceptance: 10th Oct. 2022
Conference dates: 3rd-4th Nov. 2022
Submission Process: to submit, please send your papers/proposals with authors’ & presenters’ information to Jiayuan.email@example.com.
For any further information, please contact Dr Jiayuan (Doris) Xin.
Prof. Stewart Robinson (Dean of Newcastle University Business School) Prof. Rachel Ashworth (Dean of Cardiff Business School)
Prof. Jianfa Li (Dean of Xiamen University School of Management)
Prof. Giorgio Fazio (Director of Internationalisation, Newcastle University Business School) Prof. Abigail Marks (Director of Research, Newcastle University Business School)
Prof. Tim Edwards (Pro-Dean for Research, Impact and Innovation, Cardiff Business School) Prof. Chaopeng Wu (Associate Dean for Research Xiamen University School of Management) Prof. Lisheng Yu (Associate Dean for Research Xiamen University School of Management)
Dr Jiayuan Xin (Newcastle University Business School) Prof. Giorgio Fazio (Newcastle University Business School) Dr Jose Liu (Newcastle University Business School)
Dr Peng Zhou (Cardiff Business School)
Dr Qingwei Wang (Cardiff Business School)
Prof. Bo Zhou (Xiamen University School of Management)