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IFKAD2012 Conference, June 13-15, 2012, Matera, Italy

Date: 
13.06.2012 (All day) to 15.06.2012 (All day)

International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics is an international research and discussion forum for intellectual capital management. For companies, the event is an opportunity to meet the leading professors in the field and discuss especially the service business related intellectual capital issues. For researchers, the event is an opportunity to present research results and follow the trends in intellectual capital research.

HERE SOME IMPORTANT LINKS:
Authors' guidelines for submission
Abstracts online submission
Conference Website
Themes and Topics
Doctoral Consortium

KEYDATES:
25 January 2012 - Abstract submission deadline
20 February 2012 - Acceptance notification to authors
31 March 2012 - Early-bird registration cut off
20 April 2012 - Full paper submission
25 May 2012 - Registration deadline
13-15 June 2012 - Conference sessions

And some additional information:
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:
- Nicolas Gorjestani - economist, a former Chief Knowledge & Learning Office at the World Bank
- Jay Liebowitz - the Orkland Endowed Chair of Management and Technology in the Graduate School of Management & Technology at the University of Maryland
- JC Spender - international leading scolar in strategic knowledge management
- Stefano Zambon - professor of accounting and business economics at the Faculty of Economics, University of Ferrara
PUBLICATION PLAN:
All accepted papers will be included in the Forum Proceedings with ISBN number. The proceedings will be submitted for inclusion in the Thomson Reuters Conference Proceedings Citation Index database.
Following the Conference, authors of the selected high quality papers will be invited to submit their papers for inclusion in Special Issues of following high-impact international academic journals:
- Measuring Business Excellence
- International Journal of Knowledge-Based Development
- Journal of Knowledge Management
- Journal of Intellectual Capital
- Knowledge Management Research and Practice