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              時間 : 2014-06-12 來源 : 本網原創稿 作者 : 中國(南方)學術網 【字體:

              Globalization has led to economic integration and interdependence across international borders. Action or changes in any part of the global system could have a potential impact on other regions. The greater the degree of interdependence, the deeper the impact could be on an organization’s effectiveness. Moreover, those economies that are purchasers of goods and services will have an even greater impact on the behaviors of suppliers, or producers, of goods.Compared with suppliers, it is much easier for purchasers to adjust their consumer behaviors. Therefore, countries, such as the United States and some European countries, are adjusting their consumer behaviors, while the challenge to China, as a major producing nation, is to adjust production behaviors after the global financial crisis. Moreover, in both producing and consuming nations, an essential strategy for companies is to shift the operational paradigm from local and vertical integration to global and horizontal networks. How can companies deal with the challenges of the post global financial crisis while meeting the requirements of the economic transition? The efforts of government officials, business managers, and scholars are needed to address this issue. With the arrival of global economic integration and the development of Information networking-based economy, companies worldwide have been exposed to enormous opportunities and challenges for their sustainable development. On the one hand, the information technology (IT) revolution serves as one of the important forces to enhance both global economy and the societal development. Particularly with the help of the rapid growth of information networking, the whole world has been conveniently connected across counties, regions, organizations, groups, and individuals, leading to a business environment without boundaries. On the other hand, global economic integration and information networking has exerted threats or challenges to the sustainable development of multinational companies, in terms of the dramatic transformation in such aspects as corporate growth, management mode, internal administrative mechanism, and organizational structure. How can multinational business management foster sustainable development with the help of the global economic integration and information networking, while successfully meeting the inevitable challenges?

              To explore solutions to the issues arising from this emerging international business environment, and to

              meet the new challenges facing management scholars, the School of Business, Nanjing University, will host the Eighth International Symposium on Multinational Business Management in June 2014. This symposium follows the earlier conferences held in 1992, 1996, 1999, 2002, 2005, 2008, and 2011. The symposium aims to provide a forum for scholars, entrepreneurs, and CEOs from multinational firms to discuss how corporations can compete and operate successfully in the globalization and information networking environment. We have chosen “The Impact of Global Economic Integration and Information Networking on Sustainable Corporate Development” as the theme of the Eighth International Symposium on Multinational Business Management. We cordially invite you to participate in this international symposium, to be held in Nanjing, People’s Republic of China on June 12-13, 2014. It will be our privilege to welcome you to share your research results, management experiences, and creative ideas with participants from diverse backgrounds. We call for academic papers from scholars, experts, and practitioners at home and abroad.


              Research topics related to enterprise management in the global economic integration, information networking, and sustainable corporate development are welcome for consideration. The following are possible topics.

              Foreign Direct Investment and Multinational Business Management in China

              Chinese Corporate Investment Abroad and Cross-Cultural Management

              Business Policy and Strategy in Multinational Companies

              Management of Information Technology

              Innovation Management

              Human Resource Management in a Global Economy

              Sustainable Development

              Corporate Social Responsibility

              Organization Development and Change

              Labor Relations Management

              Marketing Management

              Conflict Management

              Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurship

              Risk Management

              Operation Management

              Corporate Finance and Accounting

              Logistics and E-commerce

              Ethics in Management

              Corporate Finance and Accounting

              Banking, Finance and Insurance

              Psychological Type in Management Application

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