A brief abstract (not exceeding 100 words) should be submitted online by
January 31, 2011 - February 15,
2011. The abstract should ideally be submitted by the author who intends to make presentation at the conference.
There is a cap of a maximum two abstracts from one author. By submitting an abstract, the author makes a
good faith commitment to present his/her paper at the conference.
The abstract should clearly indicate the contribution made by the paper to the existing body of knowledge.
Names of authors, their addresses (postal and e-mail), and phone/fax numbers should also be indicated. Each abstract should have at least three keywords.
Notification of accepted papers will be sent within two weeks of receipt of the abstract. All abstracts will be peer-reviewed. Abstracts that are written in poor style, with grammar problems, longer than 100 words, or do not clearly indicate the contribution made to the body of knowledge cannot be accepted.
Papers adhering to prescribed requirements will be eligible for publication in the conference proceedings (in CD-ROM) subject to a page limitation. The deadline for submission of complete papers for consideration for the proceeding is
February 15, 2011. Authors are not required to submit complete papers unless they are submitting for publication in the proceedings.
One of the authors must pre-register for the conference
within one week after acceptance to ensure inclusion of the paper in the conference program. Without pre-registration, papers cannot be included in the conference program. This is done to minimize no-shows at the conference.
of Operations and Quantitative Management (www.ijoqm.org) and AIMS International
Journal of Management (www.aims-international.org) will
publish special issues of selected papers that are
presented in the conference. The details will be sent to