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October 27, 2006

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November 15, 2006
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October 27, 2006
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November 27, 2006

Welcome to the Fourth AIMS International Conference on Management organized by AIMS International - The Association of Indian Management Scholars International and Indian Institute of Management Indore (www.iimidr.ac.in). The conference is also supported by the International Forum of Management Scholars (www.infoms.net). The Association of Indian Management Scholars International has been established to unify Indian management scholars to foster excellence in education and research, to advance knowledge, and support practice in all business and related disciplines. It organizes professional conferences, publishes a journal, and is embarking upon many professional activities. The previous three AIMS annual conferences were hosted by IIM Bangalore, IIM Calcutta, and IIM Ahmedabad, respectively.
Please visit www.aims-international.org for more information.

About IIM Indore: The institute was established in the year 1997 by the Government of India with the support of Government of Madhya Pradesh, IIM Indore is the latest in the family of IIMs. The campus is located very scenically on a hilltop covering 200 acres area at the outskirts of the city of Indore. The institute campus has vast expanse of open green, on a plateau rising above mean sea level at 617 meters, state-of-the-art infrastructure and ultra modern facilities. The architecture style of buildings is a wonderful combination of ethnic and modern, fully sensitive to environment as well as to physically challenged individuals.

About Indore: The city of Indore represents a prefect blend of historical part and promises of rapid future modernization. This city derives its name from the 18th century Indreshwar temple. Situated in the heart of the Malwa plateau in central India, it was the base of the Holkars, former rulers of this and built by Rani Ahilyabai Holkar. Today, it is a throbbing, vibrant city coloured by its brave past. It is a naturally endowed with a beautiful landscape and salubrious climate. Of interest here are numerous monuments associated with the Holkars. Indore is famous for its glass bangles and leather toys. The handicrafts are mostly made by tribes using the wax method of casting. This is now a rare, lost art not found anywhere else. The city is well connected by air, road and rail with major cities in India.

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