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updated on January 31, 2019

 


 1.Guidelines for Conference Organizers     

   Model APMAA Annual Conference, edited on June 19, 2016

   Parallel Session Schedule & Moderator Guidlines APMAA2015

  Guidelines for APMAA Conference Paper Review
   What is APMAA Doctoral Colloquium. June 15. 2016

   Past Conference Registration Fee and Hotel (2014-2010)  

   Conference Management Toolkit (CMT)

   Format for Proceedings Paper (2013 APMAA. CMT)

   Guidelines for Moderators, Discussants and Presenters

 

2.Scientific Committee at APMAA Headquarters
 

 

 

 

Guidelines for an APMAA Annual Conference

                Published and effective on March 28, 2011                       

                Reviewed on November 16, 2014 

This is a manuscript that provides Guidelines for an APMAA Annual Conference to future conference host schools. 

Applying Annual Conference, and Determining a Venue and Date
1. A school/university that wants to host an annual conference must send its proposal of intent to all  APMAA representative directors and president at least 3 years before the planned conference date. The proposal includes a conference objective and its theme, a conference and doctoral colloquium schedules, hotel and accommodations, transportation, budget simulations, a name list of conference organizing team etc. 

2. The host and venue of the forthcoming Conference should be announced 24 months before the conference date.

3. Conference Date should be determined by 13 months before the conference.

Conference Homepage should be opened, and APMAA Conference Newwsshould be edited by the host school  

 

Model APMAA Annual Conference, edited on June 19, 2016

This file provides an instruction about how to prepare an annual conference as a conference host. It includes a model for program outlook and others. In addition to visiting past APMAA conference pages in this websites, please refer to this file when you will organize an APMAA conference as a host.

 

 Call for Papers, CMT and Programs

  1. Call for Papers Announcement:  First announcement on APMAA Website and APMAA News should be 12 months before conference date. All local APMAA members should disseminate the announcement either through local mailing lists, local conferences, local professional journals or AIB-L (is brought to you by the Academy of International Business: For information: http://aib.msu.edu/community/aib-l.asp. To post message: aib-l@list.msu.edu), etc.

2. The CMT site should be opened 10 month before the conference. The use of Conference CMT is highly recommended.  Both primary and secondary subject areas in Concurrent track should be carefully developed so that it could facilitate to classify accepted papers into groups, and assign discussants and moderators effectively. The CMT site that is developed carefully makes it easy to administer a conference program too).
 

Conference Management Toolkit (CMT)

3. Submission Due Date for First Full-papers is set at 5 months before the conference date. Acceptance and Rejection Notice should be sent 4 months before the conference date.. 

4. Submission Due Date for Proceedings paper is set at 3 months before the conference date.  

5. First Draft for Conference Program should be completed by 2 months before the conference date by the host/hostess in charge of annual conference. The draft should immediately be sent to Chair of the Board of Directors, President and Vice-presidents. The Tentative Conference Program should be uploaded on conference web-site two months before the conference date and be updated every one week. A note should be emailed timely to presenters, discussants and moderators to solicit their confirmation of the program and also encourage an early payment of the conference fees. Notice them that their name will be deleted from the tentative program if full payment of the conference fees will not be completed by three weeks before the conference.

7. Hard bound Conference Program, Abstract Book and Participant List, and USB Proceedings should be distributed to all conference participants. 

 

 


Conference Participation Fee and Membership Fee

Participation Fee is $300. The fee ($300) comprises a Conference Fee and an APMAA Membership[N1]  fee ($30-50, up to host school’s decision) that assigned to finance APMAA operation costs. 
 
   Past Conference Registration Fee and Hotel (2014-2010)  

Credit card payment, Bank payment and Cash payment.

The advance payment (this payment is non-refundable) must be paid in the full amount (Participation Fee: USD300; Student Participation Fee: USD 150) by 30 September.

(International Participants) Please let us know your payment by email (at conference chair) immediately after you finish your bank transfer procedure with the information on Name (First/given, middle, and last/family), Title, Institutional Affiliation, Country and Email. The information is used to develop Name badge and a Participants' list for the conference. We cannot identify you if you fail to send us the message. Also please bring a copy of your bank payment at the conference registration desk. 
The Organizer of the APMAA Annual conference will send letters of invitation only to the participants who completed full payment
by 30 September upon request
.

On-site payment
 
If you pay on site, you are required to pay USD 400 cash (for student; USD 200 cash).

 

 

Scientific Committee at APMAA Headquarters
(
updated on January 31, 2019)

Background thought for adding Quality Control function to APMAA
An important
mission of APMAA, as an international academic association located in Asia, is to provide regional researchers an easy-to-access platform for communicating their research results with overseas colleagues.

There exist broad variations in quality (relating to content, writings, etc.) among papers submitted to APMAA parallel sessions. Some are very good, i.e., may be at the level that a good scholarly journal will accept. On the other hand, the quality and writing style of some papers is far from good.

APMAA must guarantee that the research results reported at their annual conferences are honest, accurate and can be relied upon (quality control). However, cconference organizing teams and paper review teams (local scientific committee) are different every year in their experiences, skills, and in their level of commitment to paper reviews. 

The Scientific Committee at Headquarters, by acting as a steward, supports local conference organizing teams and paper review teams to ensure the integrity and the reliability of the manuscripts in the proceedings (quality control). This support by the Scientific Committee at headquarters is essential because of the reasons described above.

At a very early stage (up to 3-4 years ahead the conference) the Scientific Committee at Headquarters assigns a chief(s) to each conference to support an organizing team and a review team.    

Chiefs contact local scientific committees of forthcoming conferences and co-work with them to guarantee quality of the conferences. Chiefs attend at the Conference Organizers Committee meetings and the Conference Paper Reviewers committee meetings and lead the deliberations about conference quality control. 

Quality Control Desk (as of January 1, 2019)
Chu, Hsuan-Lien,
 Lien@gm.ntpu.edu.tw, National Taipei University, Taiwan
Hu, Yiming, 
huym@sjtu.edu.cn, Shanghai Jiao Tung University, China
Nitirojntanad,
Kanibhatti, kanibhatti@cbs.chula.ac.th, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Ko, Chiungfeng
,  JoanKo@scu.edu.tw, Soochow University, Taiwan

English Help Desk (as of January 1, 2019)
 Scarbrough, Paul  (pscarbrough@brocku.ca
, Brock University, Canada 

If you are nominated to serve as a scientific committee member, please work to guarantee quality of the future conferences (2020, 2021, 2022, and 2023).