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Global Financial Crisis :: Abstract Submissions

Conference proposals must be via email, no later than March 1, 2010. The proposals (500 word maximum) should follow the following "Guidelines for a Structured Abstract":

Manuscript Type: 'Conceptual', 'Empirical' or "Review" (pick one)

Research Question/Issue: Summarize the focus of your study here.

Research Findings/Insights: Identify what you consider to be the most important findings from an empirical study or insights from a conceptual study in your manuscript.

Theoretical/Academic Implications: Identify what you consider to be the most important theoretical implication or implications of your study.

Practitioner/Policy Implications: Discuss what you consider to be the most important practitioner and/or policy maker implications of your study.

If your proposal is accepted for presentation at the conference, then you will be invited to submit a paper for the special issue. The deadline for submission of special issue papers is August 1, 2010. Special issue submissions can be made through CGIR's online system. When doing so, please be sure to indicate that the submission is for the special issue on "Corporate Governance and Global Financial Crisis."