January 12, 2015 – January 15, 2015
This Conference marks the inauguration of a series that will frame scholars and practitioners as partners in the task of rigorously interrogating business and management theory and practice in the light of Caribbean reality. It fills a significant gap in business scholarship and practice by focusing specifically on issues relating to business and management theory and practice in the Caribbean region. The conference will provide a forum in which both scholars and practitioners can focus on these crucial issues and will focus on topics that are germane to the discipline of business and management, particularly new and emerging themes, interrogating these issues through the lens of small states development. Its aim is to attract national, regional and international scholars who are writing and researching on issues in the discipline and its sub-disciplines as well as the practitioners who are grappling with these issues on a daily basis.
Please see the Call for Papers for submission guidelines as well as the range of sub-themes to be covered by the Conference.