The Call for Papers is now available for the 2015 EDiNEB Conference

The 2015 EDiNEB Conference will be hosted by Brighton Business School in Brighton, UK, 3-5 June 2015.

See this year’s theme ‘Critically questioning educational innovation in economics and business: Human interaction in a virtualising world’

 

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Abstracts are due 15 January 2015.

 

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EDiNEB Newsletter March 2013

February 21, 2013

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Call For Abstracts 20th EDiNEB Conference

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Extended Abstract submission deadline: 28 January 2013 (20:00 hrs CET) The maximum number of words for your abstract is 1000 (excluding references). Your abstract will be reviewed by the track chair and two anonymous reviewers. As a result, you will receive extensive feedback on your proposal. If your abstract is fully accepted, you are expected… Read more »