Washington Adventist University
The Third Annual International Conference on Business and Public Policy (ICBPP 2011)
March 30 – April 1, 2011
Call for Papers
The aim of the Third Annual International Conference on Business and Public Policy (ICBPP 2011) is to provide a forum for academic discussion on the global business and public policy issues from a multi-disciplinary perspective. Over the last two decades Global Business and Public Policy has become intertwined. While traditionally these two topics were treated separately, focusing mainly on developed countries, it is now time to consider these issues from a global
perspective, especially considering the growing impact of the Newly Industrialized Countries on the global economy. The conference will welcome submissions from scholars of every disciple including business, economic, finance, public policy economic development, politics, science, technology, global security and public policy, sociology, and other practitioners in any field that impacts business and/or public policy. There is no better place to discuss issues of global perspective than in the U.S. capital city – Washington, DC. Participants will be able to enjoy shows, attractions, activities, and tours available in the capital city.
The following topics can be covered in your submission and presentation:
1. Accounting & the Global Environment
2. Democracy and Economic Growth
3. Entrepreneurship and Sustainability
4. Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
5. Global Trade and Finance
6. Globalization and Newly Industrialized States
7. Health and Human Sciences
8. Microfinance Institutions and Poverty Alleviation
9. Private Sector Response to Public Policy
10. Public Policy in the U.S. and Newly Industrialized Countries
11. The Global Financial Crisis and it Impact of the Global Economy
12. The Growing Influence of China
13. The Healthcare Debate
14. The Role of Science and Technology in Public Policy
15. Any other related topic
ICBPP Organizing Committee
Dr. Jude Edwards, Conference Chair
Dr. Joan Francis, Program Chair
Instructions for submission of papers:
1. Please note that your submission is not limited to the above-mentioned topics and cross-disciplinary works are highly encouraged.
2. The deadline for submitting papers is February 14, 2011 and early submissions are welcomed.
3. Notification of acceptance of paper along with comments will be on or before February 28, 2011.
4. Final papers expected by March 14, 2011 for inclusion in the Conference Proceedings.
5. All papers should be submitted by email to Dr. Jude E. Edwards, Director of Conferences at IRGB. The email address is conference@irgbusin ess.com or drjudeedwards@ gmail.com.
Who should attend?
The conference will bring together academics, policy experts, researchers, practitioners, healthcare experts, economists, financial experts, public officials, business professionals, graduate students, and other stakeholders. The aim is to bring together an international
interdisciplinary audience in order to explore these topics and more.
Early-Bird Registration (Until February 14, 2011): $195.00
Students (Until February 14, 2011): $95.00
After February 14, 2011 (Everyone): $295.00
One must register in order to present at the conference.
Register online at: http://icbpp2011.doattend.com/
Make Checks Payable to:
Institute for Research on Global Business (IRGB)
Attention: Dr. Jude E. Edwards
P.O. Box 244
Damascus, MD 20872
The conference provides four publication outlets:
1. Journal of the Academy of Business & Public Policy
2. The Review of Accounting, Finance, and Economics (RAFE)
3. Journal of Health & Human Sciences (JHHS)
4. ICBPP 2011 Proceedings
Venue & Accommodation
Courtyard by Marriott
Silver Spring Downtown
8506 Fenton Street
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Discounted accommodation is available at the (TBD)
Guidelines for Submission of Papers
All papers must be submitted in the APA format. For more information
on the APA style, visit http://www.apastyle.org.
Please quote 10 Academic Resources Daily in your application to this opportunity!