Exceeding the Vision: Innovate, Integrate and Motivate
We welcome submissions addressing the GBATA Eighteenth Annual International Conference theme: Exceeding the Vision: Innovate, Integrate and Motivate.
The theme is designed to encourage submissions that take unique perspectives on the critical issues related to multi-cultural, economic, technological, social, legal, and regulatory challenges that public and private industries and organizations encounter. Author(s) must specify paper(s) by track number, list two track numbers if appropriate, and up to four key words that describe the paper(s). Authors may seek guidance on matching their work to a track by contacting Dr. N.J. Delener, Conference Chair (E-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org).
The conference will include contributed paper sessions, invited and plenary presentations, case studies, round tables, panels, workshops and forums. The accepted papers will be published in the Refereed Conference Readings Book (ISBN: 1-932917-12-8). The conference will provide a unique international forum to facilitate the exchange of cutting-edge information through multi-disciplinary presentations.
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- GBATA 2016 Conference Program
- Background of Dubai
- GBATA 2016 Call for Papers
- GBATA 2016 Conference Registration
- Hotel Reservation Form
- Book hotel room online
- Manuscript guidelines for the accepted papers only
–Template for the Readings Book
Readings Books for this conference, as well as past conferences, can be found here.
Code of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for the Editors and Reviewers
The Editors and all peer reviewers of the Readings Book of the Global Business and Technology Association adhere to the code of conduct and best practice guidelines stated by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) during the peer review process in research publication.