Call for Papers: Entrepreneurship, the Internet, and Fraud: Managerial and Policy Implications

Geolocation

Deadline: 

01/15/16

Event Date: 

06/2/16 to 06/3/16

Location name: 

Montreal, Canada

Organization: 

California Management Review

CFP: Entrepreneurship, the Internet, and Fraud: Managerial and Policy Implications

October 30, 2015 - Banking & FinanceBusiness LawCALLS FOR PAPERSCONFERENCESCriminal Law,Cyberspace Law

California Management Review (CMR) will host a conference on Entrepreneurship, the Internet, and Fraud: Managerial and Policy Implications in Montreal, Canada, June 2-3, 2016. CMR also invites papers to be published in a special section in the CMR on this topic.

“This international conference and special section will provide a timely debate on entrepreneurship, the Internet, and fraud in theory and practice. Papers that make use of interdisciplinary approaches to the study of management, entrepreneurship, and fraud will be encouraged.”

Details and Deadline:

Interested contributors should submit preferably full papers (6,000 to 9,000 words), but extended abstracts (1,000 to 1,500 words) may also be considered if they show considerable promise no later than January 15th, 2016. Papers are submitted to the attention of Douglas Cumming (dcumming@schulich.yorku.ca), Sofia Johan (sjohan@schulich.yorku.ca) and Denis Schweizer (denis.schweizer@concordia.ca) with the subject heading: “CMR-Concordia-Schulich Conference on Entrepreneurship, the Internet, and Fraud: Managerial and Policy Implications” according to the following guidelines. The full paper as well as the extended abstract have to be formatted according to CMR guidelines (see http://cmr.berkeley.edu/submit/requirements.html). It should clearly state (1) the aim of the paper; (2) the particular innovation and/or entrepreneurial management issue addressed in your study; (3) theoretical grounding; (4) applied research methods and data gathering process (if applicable); and (5) the relevance of your work for practitioners, academic scholars, and CMR readership.