BNUZ-SMU Research and Academic Skill Building Symposium
at Saint Mary’s University, Canada
Call for Papers
The aim of this annual symposium is to extend the current academic partnership between BNUZ and SMU to the higher level with multiple objectives, after the first symposium had been held at BNUZ on November 16-18, 2018. First, the symposium aims to provide opportunities for academics from a range of disciplines in both the schools to share their research. Second, the symposium will provide research and academic workshop for faculty’s skill building at SMU, Saint Mary’s University, Canada. Finally, the symposium will offer research collaboration opportunities across the two institutions.
Professor Xin Zhong, Professor Shujie Li, Associate Professor Chunyan Zhao (BNUZ)
Drs. Rahman Khokhar, Catherine Loughlin, Miguel Morales (SMU).
Extended abstracts will be reviewed anonymously by two faculty members from BNUZ and SMU, taken from the relevant fields. The committee members include, among others, Dr. Xin Zhong, Dr. Shujie Li, and Dr. Yong Zheng from BNUZ and Dr. Catherine Loughlin, Dr. Miguel Morales and Dr. Rahman Khokhar from SMU.
ABSTRACT/ WORKING PAPER/ POWER POINT(PPT) SUBMISSION:
International Business Faculty, Beijing Normal University, Zhuhai are invited to submit an extended abstract or completed working paper in any area of business (for the Working Paper Sharing Part). Both empirical and theoretical contributions are welcome. English will be the writing and working language during submitting papers and PPT, presentations and discussions. All papers related to business you provide (in PDF format), or abstract, or PPT should be sent to email@example.com (BNUZ). Each author is restricted to one submission. The extended abstract must include objectives, research methodology, findings, and contributions. Deadline for submission is June 21, 2019. Notice of Acceptance will be sent by July 15, 2019.
CONFERENCE LOCATION AND DATE：
The conference will take place at Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, Canada on 18̶~19,October, 2019.
For more information on this event, please contact Vice-Dean of International Business Faculty, Professor Shujie Li at (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone at 0756-6126782, or 13798977058.