Call for Papers

Papers are invited in, but not limited to, the topical areas listed. 

Full papers are double-blind reviewed by referees and abstracts are reviewed by Track Chairs. Accepted papers and abstracts will be published in the conference proceedings at the option of the author(s). Copyright of the papers will stay with the author(s). 

Paper submission acknowledges that the author will register for the conference and present, in person, the paper at the time specified in the conference program. 

Panels, workshops, and tutorials on current topics of interest, and other special sessions are also planned. Please contact the Program Chair, if you are interested in any of these. 


Topical Areas and Tracks


Accounting: Salem Boumediene, University of Illinois Springfield, 

Business Environment – Strategy, Policy, Law, Ethics: Subhadip Ghosh, MacEwan 


Finance and Investment: KC Chen, California State University Fresno, 

Hospitality Management and Marketing: Natasa Christodoulidou and Keong Leong, California State University Dominguez Hills, and 

Innovative Education: Rita Kumar and Larisa Preiser-Houy, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, and 

Internet and e-Business: Albert Huang, University of the Pacific, and David Yen, Texas Southern University, 

Management Science and Quantitative Methods: Seong-Jong Joo, Air Force Institute of Technology, 

Management, Entrepreneurship, and Organization: Cindy Sutton and Debora Gilliard, Metropolitan State University of Denver, and 

Marketing: Sally Baalbaki-Yassine, Metropolitan State University of Denver, 

Military Applications: Jeremy Jordan, Air Force Institute of Technology, 

MIS and Business Analytics: Salma Ben Moussa, University of El Manar, 

Modeling and Simulation: Khosrow Moshirvaziri, California State University Long Beach, 

Operations, Logistics and Supply Chain Management: Stanley Griffis, Michigan State University, and John Bell, University of Tennessee, Public Policy and Public Administration: Rui Sun and Theodore Byrne, California State University Dominguez Hills, and 

Sustainability Issues in Decision Making: Yuanjie He and Shuo Zeng, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, and