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The Tenth International Symposium on Multinational Business Management--

Global Investment, New Technologies and Innovative Human Resource Management Practice

 

第十屆企業跨國經營國際研討會——全球投資、新技術與創新人力資源管理實踐

 

June 19-21, 2020

Nanjing, China

Call for Papers

(First Announcement)

 

Organizing Institutions

 

Organized and Sponsored by

School of Business, Nanjing University, People’s Republic of China

南京大學商學院

 

Co-Sponsored by

Schoolof Business, American University,USA

美國美國大學商學院

Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management,

Claremont Graduate University, USA

美国克莱蒙特研究生大学彼得·德鲁克管理學院

Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University, USA

美国康奈尔大学约翰逊研究生管理學院

Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of G?ttingen, Germany 

德国哥廷根大学經濟學院

Maastricht School of Management, the Netherlands

荷兰马斯特里赫特管理學院

Office of International Studies and Programs and College of Business Administration,

University of Missouri–St. Louis, USA

美國密蘇裏大學聖路易斯分校國際研究和項目辦與商學院

Faculty of Business and Law, University of Newcastle, Australia

澳大利亞紐卡斯爾大學商學與法學院

Seton Hill University, USA

美國西頓·希爾大學

The University of Sydney Business School, Australia

澳大利亞悉尼大學商學院

 

Supported by

Department of Management Sciences, National Natural Science Foundation of China

中國國家自然科學基金會管理學部

 

Conference Background

 

The global economy is experiencing uncertainties in trade and investment unseen since the global financial crisis in 2008. Uncertainty in the global policy environment for investment has undermined the confidence of both entrepreneurs and investors. Trade tensions have further heightened such uncertainty for businesses and risk disrupting global value chains and investment patterns, especially in regions tightly linked to the US and China. Thereis a danger of slowing growth in the world’s two largest economies, which will weigh heavily on global growth. Furthermore, economic, political and geopolitical uncertainty has increased in areas, including Europe and the Middle East, brought by rising protectionism, trade disputes and shifting geopolitical alliances and new technologies. As a double-edged sword, new technologies disrupt existing business models on the one hand, while on the other hand could potentially help multinational firms address the concerns about the changing rules and processes of the existing global trading system under these accumulating risks. In this period of coexisting danger and opportunity,how will these countervailing forces shape the new growth and competitive strategies of multinational firms?  

 

New technologies, such as IoT, AI and Blockchain,are changing the business world in unprecedented ways. Multinational firms capable of exploiting these technologies will radically streamline and enhance their existing processes, create entirely new business models, and develop innovative products and services that cater to a new age structure of consumers. For example, the number of people aging 60 and over is expected to double to morethan two billion by 2050. How to make appropriate investment decisions, taking advantage of new technologies and demographic shifts, requires innovative strategies by managers of multinational firms. Uncertainties in international trade, no matter whether between developed and developing countries, such as the recent trade war between the US and China, or between developed countries,highlighted by Brexit, will further challenge multinational firms to explore global business opportunities in new modes.  

 

Besides disrupting markets and competition, rapidly evolving new technologies are also changing the nature of work and how work is done. Democratization of work empowers individual employees and enhances their autonomy in decision-making. It challenges our long-held assumptions about leadership, organizational operating models, workforce engagement, culture and purpose, and the future of the profession in human resource management. We are moving from a world of hierarchical organizational structures toward a flat world where human resources can be digitally activated, deactivated, and reconfigured as needed and where needed. In addition, new technologies have popularized social media and offered new models of communication and collaboration within and between organizations. Working forces are organized in a flat,interconnected, dynamic, and creative world. Imagine an interconnected world where most (or a significant percentage) of the people doing the work are not our employees, but rather freelancers who have complete control over what work they choose to do, when they do it, where they do it, with whom they do it, and why they do it. The challenge of building a productive work community in such an environment will reshape the role of leaders and human resource professionals.Successful global investments and multinational operations will force international managers to innovate in HRM practices to support the implementation of new corporate strategies. 

 

In order to rise to these new challenges caused by the ongoing massive demographic transformation and new technologies, managers call upon innovative HRM research and practices. To explore solutions to these issues, Nanjing University will host the Tenth International Symposium on Multinational Business Management on June19-21, 2020. This symposium follows the earlier conferences held in 1992, 1996,1999, 2002, 2005, 2008, 2011, 2014 and 2017. The symposium aims to provide a forum for scholars, entrepreneurs, and CEOs from multinational firms to discuss how corporations can create new business models, explore more business opportunities globally and reshape the relationship between human resources management and the advancement of new technologies. We chose Multinational Business Management—Global Investment, New Technologies and Innovative Human Resource Management” as the theme of the Tenth International Symposium on Multinational Business Management.

 

We cordially invite you to participate in this international symposium, to be held in Nanjing, People's Republic of China on June 19-21, 2020. It will be our privilege to welcome you to share your research findings, management experience, and creative ideas with participants from diverse backgrounds. We call for academic papers from scholars, experts, and practitioners at home and abroad.

 

Conference Theme

Submissions may include theoretical issues, new ideas, methodological issues, empirical studies, or case studies in the field of enterprise management and developments of Chinese and/or multinational corporations confronting changing global investment patterns, new technologies, and human resource management challenges.

 

Research Topics

Research topics related to corporate strategy, organizational behavior, human resource management, corporate finance and investment, e-commerce, operations management and marketing are all welcome.Possible topics include but not limited to the following:

 

Entrepreneurship & Strategy

Entrepreneurship

Innovation & Creativity

Strategic Management in Multinational Corporations

 

Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management & New Technologies

Human Resource Management & Social Networks

Innovative Human Resource Management Models in Multinational Corporations

Leadership & Top Management Team

Organizational Culture & Communication

Strategic Human Resource Management

   

Corporate Finance & Investment

Auditing& Finance

Corporate Capital Raising & Investment

Corporate Governance

Mergeand Acquisition

 

E-Commerce, Operations & Marketing

Behavioral Operations Management

Big Data & Business Analytics

Customer Behavior

Channel Management & Omnichannel Operations

Data-Driven Decisions in Supply Chain Management

New-Retail

 

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Instructions to authors:

 

The proceedings of the Tenth International Symposium on Multinational Business Management and Selected Research Papers from the Symposium will be published. Failure to comply with the instructions provided below will preclude inclusion of the paper in the publication. Authors whose papers are accepted should submit an e-version of the paper, via e-mail, to the Secretariat: hrm2020@nju.edu.cn

 

Author(s) of a paper to be published in the proceedings must type his/her paper in a format suitable for direct photographic reproduction by the publisher. In order to ensure uniform style throughout the volume, all the papers should be prepared strictly according tothe instructions set by the organizer.  

 

Cover Page

All papers must include a cover page with thefollowing information:

Contact Person's Affiliation, Professional Title, Address, Phone #, Fax #, Email address.

 

Paper Format

The first page should be the cover page described above. The main text of the paper should be no less than 10 (A4) and no more than 25 (A4) pages including all tables, figures, notes, and references. Papers must be written in English and follow the format instructions below.

1.Microsoft Word for Office is the word processor used. A word processor compatible with MS Word is acceptable.

2.Use 12-point courier font and traditional default margin settings. All papers,tables, footnotes, and equations should be numbered.

3.First letter of each word in the title should be capitalized, and the titleshould be centered and in bold.

4.Centered and two lines below the title are author’s (authors’) name(s) and affiliation(s). Author’s addresses, and /or E-mails should be footnoted, as are any acknowledgements made by the author.

5.The word ABSTRACT in capital letters should be centered and in bold two lines below the last author’s information.

6.Following the abstract are the key words on a separate line. 

7. The main text should be double-spaced. Do not use aheading called INTRODUCTION.

8.No more than three levels of headings should be used. The first level headings are capitalized, left justified and bold. The second level headings have the first letters of each word capitalized, left justified and bold. The third level headings have the first letters of each word capitalized. All headings are on a single line.

9.Footnotes should be used sparingly. Do not use endnotes. Footnotes should not be used for literature citations. Rather, the work should be cited by the author’s name and year of publication in the main text [e.g. (McCarty, 1995)].

10.Use double space in the main text, but single space between text and numbers in tables.

11. Tables and Figures should be labeled as such, e.g., Table 1 or Figure 1, centered and bold. Double space should be between label and title. Center and bold the title of tables and figures. Double space and insert a line from the left side margin to the right side margin, forming the top border of the table or figure. Repeat the line at the bottom of the table or figure as the bottom border. Minimize the use of lines in the table and use no lines on the left and right sides of tables and figures. Please be sure to indicate the table or figure callouts within the manuscripts.  

12. References should start on a new page with the title REFERENCES capitalized, centered and bold. Entries should be double-spaced and arranged in alphabetical order according to the last name of the first author. For example: Zhao, S.M. and Du, J.“Thirty-two Years of Development of Human Resource Management in China: Review and Prospects,” Human Resource Management Review, 2012, 3: 179-188.

 

Submission Deadline

The deadline for submitting the full-length paper is December 1, 2019.

                                                                                                                  

Acknowledgement of receipt

We will acknowledge receipt of the submission by e-mail to the corresponding author. All the papers will be double-blind reviewed. The Secretariat will inform the author(s) of acceptance or non-acceptance of papers by March 1, 2020.

 

Conference Dates

The Tenth International Symposium on Multinational Business Management will be held in Nanjing, P.R. China on June 19-21, 2020. 

 

Tentative Schedule

 

March 1, 2019             

 

First Announcement

December 1, 2019

Deadline for submitting full-length paper

March 1, 2020

 

May 1, 2020

Invitation letter and registration form (the 2nd Announcement)

Deadline for early bird registration

June 19, 2020

On-site Registration

June 20, 2020 Morning

Opening Ceremony, Keynote Speeches, and Plenary Session

June 20, 2020 Afternoon

Parallel Sessions

June 21, 2020 Morning

Keynote Speeches and Plenary Session

June 21, 2020 Afternoon

Parallel Sessions

Conference Plenary Session and Closing Ceremony

 

Languages

Papers submitted to the symposium must be in English. The working language for the plenary sessions of the Symposium will be English. Simultaneous interpretation will be provided for plenary sessions. No interpretation will be provided for parallel sessions. All paper presentations and session discussions will be in English.

 

Conference Payment

 

Early bird registration fee (before May 1, 2020)

Regular registration fee

Participants from Mainland China

RMB1800 yuan

RMB2600 yuan

Student attendees from Mainland China

RMB1000 yuan

RMB1400 yuan

Overseas participants

US$360

US$420

Overseas students

US$180

US$210

 

You may pay registration fees by cashier's check or remittance.

For RMB payment:

Account Name: Nanjing University

Account Number: 4301011309001041656

Bank Name: ICBC Hankou Road sub-branch Nanjing

For USD payment:

Account Name: NANJING UNIVERSITY

Account Number: 524858209957

Bank Name:BANK OF CHINA NANJING CENTER BRANCH

Bank Address: NO.29 HONGWU ROAD NANJING JIANGSU

SWIFT NO.:BKCHCNBJ940

 

Please specify that the payment is for the Tenth International Conference registration fees. The fee includes welcoming reception, all meals during the symposium, and symposium proceedings. The fee does not include transportation for participants from his/her location to the symposium,accommodations, insurance and medical fees, etc.

 

Accommodations

The organizer will assist participants to reserve hotel accommodations at the conference rate.

 

Planning Committee Chairperson:

 

Dr. Shuming ZHAO

Nanjing University Senior Professor and Honorary Dean

School of Business

Nanjing University

16 Jinyin Jie

Nanjing 210093

P. R. China

Tel.: 86-25-83592077 (O)

Fax: 86-25-83317769

E-mail:zhaosm@nju.edu.cn

 

Planning Committee Vice-Chairpersons: 

 

Dr. Ya-Ru CHEN

Professor of Management and Global Business

Johnson Graduate School of Management

Cornell University

Ithaca, NY 14853

U.S.A.

Tel.: 607-255-1974

Fax: 607-254-4590

E-mail: yc659@cornell.edu

 

Dr.John DELANEY

Professorof Management and Dean

KogodSchool of Business

American University

4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NWWashington, DC 20016

Tel.: 202-885-1985

Fax: 202-885-1992

Email: jdelaney@american.edu

 

Dr. Tony TRAVEGLIONE

Professor, Pro Vice-Chancellor and Executive Dean

Faculty of Business and Law

The University of Newcastle

409 Hunter Street, Newcastle, NSW 2300 Australia

Tel.: 61-2-49217979

Fax: 61-2-49217977

Email: Tony.Travaglione@newcastle.edu.au

 

Dr. Mary FINGER

President and Professor

Seton Hill University

Greensburg, PA 15601

U.S.A.

Tel.: 724-838-4211

Fax: 724-834-

E-mail: mfinger@setonhill.edu

 

Dr. Joel GLASSMAN

AssociateProvost and Director

Office of International Studies and Programs

University of Missouri-St. Louis

OneUniversity Boulevard

St. Louis, MO 63121-4400

U.S.A.

Tel.: 314-516-5753

Fax: 314-516-6757

E-mail:jglassman@umsl.edu

 

Dr.Jenny DARROCH

HenryY. Hwang Dean, Professor and Drucker Brand Champion

PeterF. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management

ClaremontGraduate University

Claremont,CA 91711

U.S.A.

Tel.:909-607-3811

Fax:909-706-5098

E-mail:Jenny.Darroch@cgu.edu

        

Dr. Lutz M.KOLBE

Professor and Dean of Research

Faculty of Economic Sciencesand

Chair of Information Management

University of G?ttingen             

Platz der G?ttinger Sieben 5             

D-37073 G?ttingen  Germany             

Tel.: 49-551-39-4441             

Fax: 49-551-39-9735

E-mail: lkolbe@uni-goettingen.de

 

Dr. Meinhard GANS

Professor, Maastricht University and Dean Maastricht School of Management

P.B. Box 1203

6201 BE Maastricht

The Netherlands

Tel.: 31-433870866

Fax: 31-433617237

E-mail: gans@msm.nl

 

Dr. Greg WHITWELL          

Professor and Dean University of Sydney BusinessSchool 

University of Sydney         

Camperdown, NSW 2006

Australia         

Tel.: 61-2-93513084         

Fax: 61-2-93516639         

E-mail: Gregory.whitwell@sydney.edu.au

 

Planning Committee Vice Chairperson and Secretary General 

 

Dr. Hong LIU

Professor and CPC Party Secretary

School of Business

Nanjing University

16 Jinyin Jie

Nanjing 210093

P.R. China

Tel.: 86-25-83593515 (O)

Fax:86-25-83317769

E-mail:liuhong@nju.edu.cn

 

Planning Committee Executive Vice Secretaries General

 

Dr. Yuetang WANG

Professor and Dean

School of Management

School of Business

Nanjing University

16 Jinyin Jie

Nanjing 210093

P.R. China

Tel.: 86-25-83592139(O)

Fax: 86-25-83317769

E-mail: wangyt@nju.edu.cn

 

Planning Committee Vice Secretaries General

 

Ms. Yongju CAO

Associate Dean and Director

School of Business

Nanjing University

16 Jinyin Jie

Nanjing 210093

P.R. China

Tel.: 86-25-83593929

Fax: 86-25-83317769

E-mail: cyju@nju.edu.cn

 

Dr. Shunping HAN

Professor and Associate Dean

School of Business

Nanjing University

16 Jinyin Jie

Nanjing 210093

P.R. China

Tel.: 86-25-83621013

Fax: 86-25-83317769

E-mail:shunpinghan@nju.edu.cn


Dr. Chunlin LIU

Professorand Associate Dean

School of Management

School of Business

Nanjing University

16 Jinyin Jie

Nanjing 210093

P. R. China

Tel.: 86-25-83621047 (O)

Fax: 86-25-83317769

E-mail: liucl@nju.edu.cn

 

Dr. Stephen NICHOLAS

Emeritus Professorof University of Newcastle

Professor, School of Management-School of Commerce

High-end Foreign Expert for Chinese State Adminitration of Foreign Exptert Affairs

Tianjin Normal University

West Bin Shui Avenue

Tianjin, 300074, PRC

Tel.: 44-7930942097

E-mail: stephen.nicholas@newcastle.edu.au

 

Dr. Quansheng WANG 

Professor and Associate Dean

School of Management

School of Business

Nanjing University

P.R. China

Tel.: 86-25-83621104

Fax: 86-25-83317769

E-mail: wangqs@nju.edu.cn

 

Dr. Jinping YU

Professor and Associate Dean

School of Business

Nanjing University

16 Jinyin Jie

Nanjing 210093

P.R. China

Tel.: 86-25-83621350

Fax: 86-25-83317769

E-mail: yujp@nju.edu.cn

 

Planning Committee Members:

Dr. Donghua CHEN

Professor and Chair, Department of Accounting, School of Business,Nanjing University, China

Dr. Hongzhi CHEN

Assistant Professor, Department of Human Resource Management, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Lihua CHEN

Professor,Department of Accounting, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Xi CHEN

Professor and Chair, Department of Marketing and E-Business,School of Business, Nanjing

University, China

Dr. Dejun CHENG

Professor,Department of Human Resource Management, School of Business, Nanjing University,China

Dr. Wanwen DAI 

Associate Professor, Department of Marketing and E-Business, School of Business, Nanjing

University, China

Mr. Yiren DONG   

Associate Professor, Department of Marketing and E-Business, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Wei HE

Associate Professor, Department of Human Resource Management, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Liangding JIA

Professorand Chair, Department of Business Administration, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Chunyan JIANG

Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Human Resource Management, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Shu LIN

Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Accounting, School of Business,Nanjing University, China

Dr. Ning MAO

Professor,Department of Business Administration, School of Business, Nanjing University,China

Dr. Yina MAO

Associate Professor, Department of Human Resource Management, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Jisheng PENG

Professor,Department of Human Resource Management, School of Business, Nanjing University,China

Dr. Lifang SHI 

AssociateProfessor, Department of Business Administration, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Zhe SONG

Professor,Department of Marketing & Electronic Business, School of Business, NanjingUniversity, China

Dr. Sun Young SUNG

Associate Professor, Department of Human Resourcemanagement, School of Business, Nanjing

University, China

Dr. Xiangnan Tao

AssociateProfessor, Department of Marketing and E-Business, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Shan Wu

AssistantProfessor, Department of Accounting, School of Business, Nanjing University,China

Dr. Xiaolin XU

Professor,Department of Business Administration, School of Business, Nanjing University,China

Dr. Zhijian XU

Professor, Department of Business Administration, Schoolof Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Guocai Wang

Associated Professor and Vice Chair,Department of Marketing and E-Business, School of Business, Nanjing University,China

Dr. Xiang Wang

AssociateProfessor, Department of Marketing and E-Business, School of Business, NanjingUniversity, China

Dr. Yizhen WU

Associate Professor and Director, EDP Center, Schoolof Business, Nanjing University, China  

Dr. Dongtao YANG

Professor,Department of Human Resource management, School of Business, Nanjing University,China

Dr. Xue YANG

Associate Professor, Department of Marketing and E-Business, School ofBusiness, Nanjing

University, China

Dr. Xiao ZHANG

Professorand Vice Chair, Department of Business Administration, School of Business,Nanjing University, China

Dr. Wenhong ZHANG

Professorand Director of EMBA Education Center and International MBA Center, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Zhengtang ZHANG

Professor and Chair, Department of Human Resources Management, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Dr. Yixuan ZHAO

Assistant Researcher, Department of Human Resources Management, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

 

Secretariat:

School of Business, Nanjing University, 16 Jinyin Jie, Nanjing, People Republic of China, 210093

Tel.:86-25-83592077

Fax: 86-25-83317769

E-mail: hrm2020@nju.edu.cn

 

Contact Information:

Ms. Feng Han

Vice Director,Administrative Office, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Mr. Yuanben Li

Director, Administrative Office, School of Management, School of Business, NanjingUniversity,

China

Ms. Mengtian Zhu

Secretaryto the Dean, School of Business, Nanjing University, China

Ms. Miao Yu                                                                  

Secretary to the Department Chair, School of Management, School of Business, NanjingUniversity, China