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Call for papers | EMCB (Emerging Markets Conference Board) conference

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School of Economics and Business, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia will be hosting the ninth EMCB (Emerging Markets Conference Board) conference on June 2-3, 2020. The theme of the conference is “Growing business in emerging markets: Challenges and drivers for success”. Organized in Europe for the first time, EMCB conference will gather eminent marketing professors, academics and researchers from all over the world that will discuss current marketing issues and trends in 13 offered tracks. The conference format will provide room for discussion, networking and co-operation building among attendees from developed and developing countries. Interesting plenary sessions with renowned scholars (e.g. prof. Naresh Malhotra) will in addition provide stimulating insights in issues and challenges of marketing and related management issues in emerging markets.

Accepted works will be published in Conference Proceedings (with ISBN); authors will have the option of publishing either the full paper or the extended abstract in the proceedings. Additionally, selected papers will have the opportunity to be considered for publication in EMCB 2020 supporting journals.

Submission Deadline: 15th January 2020

Decision and Selection Announcement: 15th February 2020

For more information please visit http://konference.ef.uni-lj.si/emcb/, contact us at emcb2020@ef.uni-lj.si or follow our Facebook page.


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