Pervez Ghauri is Professor of International Management at King's College London. He is also the founding Editor-in-Chief of International Business Review since 1992, the European editor for the Journal of World Business and editor of the International Business and Management book series by Elsevier Science.
Dr Stefan Wolf is the CEO of ElringKlinger AG, a vehicle component company. ElringKlinger AG is a typical “hidden champion” for which the state of Baden-Württemberg is world-famous (www.elringklinger.de).
The Department of International Business at Tübingen University
CALL FOR PAPERS
The 8th EIASM workshop on “International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management” will be hosted by the Department of International Business at Tübingen University, Germany.
Previous workshops were held 2002 in Växjö (Sweden), 2004 in Edinburgh (UK), 2005 in Vienna (Austria), 2006 in Toulouse (France), 2007 in Istanbul (Turkey), 2008 in Barcelona (Spain) and 2009 in Helsinki (Finland).
The workshop invites both conceptual and empirical papers in the areas of International Strategy and Cross-Cultural Management. We are particularly interested in papers that may help us to enhance the dialogue between and integration of these areas.
The workshop is organized around a call for papers, coupled with keynote addresses by invited speakers.
Awards will be given to the authors of the best papers (one best overall paper and one best paper written by a junior scholar).
Deadline for submitting full papers – 1st of September 2010
Acceptance notified by - 8th September 2010
PUBLICATION POSSIBILITIES WITH SCHMALENBACH BUSINESS REVIEW
We will publish a special issue of Schmalenbach Business Review (SBR), Germany’s leading journal in management, based on the best and most suitable papers presented at our workshop. This great opportunity should be a clear incentive to submit papers of outstanding quality.
For more information on the journal please see: http://www.fachverlag.de/sbr/home.html
We suggest that all authors, who wish their workshop submission to be considered for publication in SBR follow closely the formatting guidelines of the journal (see the “Guidelines for Authors” link on the journal’s website).
Tübingen is one of the oldest and most famous university towns in Germany. It is situated about 45km south of Stuttgart and has a population of roughly 85.000 inhabitants, more than a quarter of which are students.
At the heart of the city stands its university which is more than 500 years old. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel studied at Tübingen University and Joseph Ratzinger (now Pope Benedict XVI) held a chair in dogmatic theology at the University. An honorary professor of the Business and Economics Faculty is the current President of the Federal Republic of Germany, Horst Köhler. Other famous Tübingen residents include the poet Friedrich Hölderlin and the author Hermann Hesse.
Tübingen is famous for its romantic old town, its idyllic sights and its beautiful surroundings. Main attractions include the Town Hall and the castle, Schloß Hohentübingen, now part of Tübingen University. The river Neckar emphasizes Tübingen’s romantic image. Along the river you will find inviting beer gardens or you can go boating in the Stocherkähne, the Tübingen equivalent to Oxford and Cambridge punts.
Tübingen Old Town [Photo: Andreas Praefcke]
Tübingen University [Photo: Otto Buchegger]
Tübingen Town Hall [Photo: Stuttgart-aktiv.de]
Tübingen Castle, part of Tübingen University [Photo: Otto Buchegger]
ADDRESS The round tower of the castle of Tübingen
Schloss Hohentübingen, 72070 Tübingen
Hotel Domizil (****) Located at the river Neckar, a modern city hotel which won an architecture award. www.hotel-domizil.de
Single room: 103 € (Mo-Fr)
Double room: 133 € (Mo-Fr)
Hotel am Schloss (***) Located in the center of the old part of town, next to the castle (conference venue). www.hotelamschloss.de
Double room from 108 €
During October the weather in Tübingen can still be late-summery warm, with daytime temperature up to 20ºC. For accurate weather forecasts please visit: http://www.weathercity.com/de/tubingen/
For participants affiliated with an institution that is member or associate member of the EIASM's Academic Council
For participants coming from another academic institution
Cancellations made before October 1, 2010 will be reimbursed minus 20% of the total fee. No reimbursement will be possible after that date.
Payments should be made by :
Transfer into the EIASM bank account: 424-5533281-33 - (IBAN: BE79 4245 5332 8133) with the KBC bank, Arenberg Horta, Arenbergstraat 11, 1000 Brussels, Belgium, BIC/SWIFT-address: KREDBEBB. (In case of bank charges, they should be paid by the payor)
The following credit cards: Visa or Eurocard/Mastercard/Access