ICBEIT 2014 Taipei
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BUSINESS, ECONOMICS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
ORGANIZED AND SPONSORED BY
About the Conference
This conference provides a venue for scholarly interactions among academics, researchers, students, and representatives from industry and government. The annual theme is the economic, social, political, cultural and technological environments in which today’s businesses operate. This conference is the 8th in the annual international conference series since 2007.
Annually, our conference is attended by 60 to 120 participants who represent up to 20 universities in up to 12 countries and territories. Our conference has been successful in that more than 50% of participants are repeat participants, i.e., they participated in at least one of our past conferences. Participants’ post-conference feedback in our last three (3) conferences show more than 90% rating our conference as “excellent” or “very good.”
All of the past conferences were organized by the University of Guam-School of Business and Public Administration (Guam, U.S.A.) in partnership with Penn State Altoona-Division of Business and Engineering (U.S.A.) and one or more of the following partners:
Proposals for presentations and panels (comprised of 3 to 5 related presentations) are invited in the following broad subject categories.
The Conference Program will be organized so that sessions flow well and that papers in each session relate to each other. Depending on the numbers of paper presentations, we may also consider holding concurrent sessions. Plan on a 15-20 minute presentation (including questions and answers). Language used in the entire conference will be English. Non-English-speaking presenters may participate as long as they are accompanied by a competent English-translator and limit their presentation within the time allowance. Equipment for PowerPoint presentations will be available. Please save your files in a lower version of PowerPoint (with a .ppt extension) to ensure software compatibility. Please use a flash drive for file storage.
The conference registration fees are USD350 per person, including lunch and morning and afternoon snacks on the two days of the conference and presentation of one paper. Students may avail of the discounted rate of USD300 per student. Please add USD50 for each paper you plan to present after the first paper. You may register for the conference by completing the enclosed form and sending it by email to Dr. Ruane at the University of Guam, School of Business and Public Administration (email@example.com) by November 10, 2013.
On the same registration form, please indicate if you will be interested in joining the study tour, which will be offered only if the minimum number of participants is met.
Submission of Proposals and Final Manuscripts
Proposals for a panel or individual presentation must be received by October 31, 2013. All proposals are to be electronically submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org (Subject: Proposal for ICBEIT 2014 Taipei). Be sure to provide contact information about author(s), including email address(es) and a brief abstract (100 words) describing your panel or presentation. Be sure to indicate the subject category to which your paper is most relevant (see code above) and include at least three keywords. Within days, you will be notified about the acceptance of your abstract and expected to register by November 10, 2013.
Manuscripts must be submitted to email@example.com (Subject: Manuscripts for ICBEIT 2014 Taipei) by JANUARY 31st 2014 for inclusion in the ICBEIT 2014 Taipei Proceedings and distributed to all conference participants. Please be sure to review our Manuscript Formatting Guidelines
Opportunity to Publish in a Peer-reviewed Journal
Like our past conferences, this year’s conference also offers you, as conference participant, with the opportunity to publish your conference paper in any of the double-blind, peer-reviewed journal published by the Allied Academies http://www.alliedacademies.org/Public/Journals/Journals.aspx. Although not all submissions will be accepted for publication, the editorial review board will give each submission its utmost consideration. Journal submissions must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org (Subject: Journal submission) around April 30, 2014. Only those papers presented at the conference will be considered for journal publication.
Allied Academies require authors of accepted papers to become academy members at USD75 for the year. This entitles the member to a number of benefits, including a PDF version of the journal issue that features your accepted paper as well as access to past journal issues, which are downloadable as PDF files. Printed copies of any of Allied Academies’ journals can be ordered at extra cost.
Conference Hotel and Accommodations
The conference hotel will be the REGENT HOTEL at No. 3, Ln. 39, Sec. 2 ZhongShan N. Rd., Taipei 104, Taiwan. http://www.regenthotels.com/EN/Taipei It is centrally located in the Zhongshan area, walking distance from the Zhongshan station and 1.25 miles away from the Taipei Main Station, stores, restaurants and tourist attractions.
We have arranged a discounted room rate starting from NTD6,500 (approximately USD225) subject to 10% service charge and 5% value-added tax for a deluxe room with king-sized bed and complimentary daily buffet breakfast for one guest. Additional buffet breakfast at NTD880 (USD30). To reserve, please fill out the provided reservation form and return by December 16, 2013 to Ms. Judy Chou at email@example.com or Ms. Judy Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 886-2-2543-1643
Depending on your budget, there are many affordable hotels within walking distance of the Regent Hotel.
Many of you will arrive at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, which is 48 km. (30 mi.) west of Taipei City. Getting to the city center will cost approximately USD50 each way by taxi and USD5 each way by public bus.
If staying at the Regent Hotel, you may arrange to be picked up for NTD2,600 (USD90) in a car that fits up to 3 guests.
Visa to Enter Taiwan
Holders of passports issued by the U.S., Japan, South Korea and other countries listed at http://www.boca.gov.tw/content?mp=2&CuItem=1443 are eligible for visa exempt entry to Taiwan. Other passport hotels are advise to contact their nearest Taiwan Economic and Cultural Office regarding any visa requirement to enter Taiwan.
If an entry visa is required, obtaining it is the sole responsibility of the conference participant. The conference organizers will not apply for an entry visa on your behalf nor provide documents other than a letter that will indicate your intended participation at the conference.
Contact Information of Conference Co-Chairs
Maria Claret M. Ruane, Ph.D.
Barbara A. Wiens-Tuers, Ph.D.
Akihiro Noguchi, D (Econ)
Michael Angelo A. Cortez, Ph.D.