CIRCLE 2019 focuses on Digital Intelligence research concerning consumers, organizations and the environments in which they live and operate.
We invite empirical, conceptual and theoretical papers, including, but not limited to, the topics and sub-topics below.
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This track concerns issues related to management and financial accounting; corporate finance and the reporting of financial transaction to a variety of stakeholders.
This track considers the methodical and technological procedure or process used as a delivery mechanism for providing specific goods or services to customers.
This track explores topics surrounding business and consumers within a legal context.
This track welcomes papers on the latest thinking in consumer research and in particular issues concerning the world of digital natives.
This track concerns the identification of security breaches and the implementation of solutions using the latest industry tools and techniques.
This track considers issues of major significance to world trade and prosperity, as well as matters of international trade and social exchange.
This track concerns issues related to entrepreneurial start-up and the role of innovation within successful business ventures.
This track concerns issues surrounding the global fashion market; including but not limited to retailing, marketing, buying and merchandising topics.
The International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management (IJRDM) focuses on issues of strategic significance in retailing and distribution worldwide and provides a forum for researchers in academia, business, consultancy and management.
This track considers the performance, productivity, effectiveness and efficiency of healthcare and health services,
This track concerns current trends in automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies and businesses.
This track welcomes research on issues concerned with the managing people and developing their potential both for themselves and the organization.
This track examines the issues of exchange, creating value and the symbolic mechanisms that surround this.
The track examines the means of creating outcomes in SMEs and the relative effectiveness and success of these activities and the organization itself.
This track considers issues around organizational goals and the processes and mechanisms in developing and delivering these.
This track examines the principles, standards, rules, norms of conduct that make cooperation, justice, and freedom possible. It also considers the role of sustainability, in its broadest interpretation, and its role in business and organizations.
This track considers the role of new or existing technologies within product development through out global product or service supply chains.
This track concerns a breadth of topics surrounding tourism, hospitality and events industries.