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Emerging Markets Conference Board 2022

24.11.2021Comments are closed.

The School of Economics and Business, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, will host the EMCB (Emerging Markets Conference Board) conference on May 30-31, 2022. The theme of the conference is Marketing in Emerging Markets in the New Normal. Organized in a hybrid format, the conference will gather renowned marketing professors, academics and researchers from around the world to discuss current marketing issues and trends in 12 tracks offered. The conference format will provide room for discussions, networking and building collaborations between participants from developed and developing countries. Interesting plenary sessions with renowned scholars (e.g. Prof. Naresh Malhotra) and panel discussions (one with representatives from EMAC and one with representatives from AMA) will also provide stimulating insights into issues and challenges of marketing and related management topics in emerging markets facing the new normal.

Accepted works will be published in the Conference Proceedings (with ISBN); authors will have the option of publishing either the full paper or the extended abstract in the proceedings. In addition, selected papers will have the opportunity to be considered for publication in EMCB 2022 supporting journals.

Submission Deadline: 15 January 2022

Decision and Selection Announcement: 15 February 2022

For more information, please visit our site, contact us at emcb2022@ef.uni-lj.si or follow our Facebook page.

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