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Monday, January 23, 2006 

The University of the West Indies Cave Hill
Department of Management Studies'

2006 Caribbean

1st International Management Conference


The primary interest of the Management Conference is knowledge-based social and economic change for competitiveness for small island enterprises. Driven by globalization and advances in information technology, this change has been characterized in terms of emerging information/knowledge societies and a global knowledge-based economy.

The conference will offer a comprehensive overview of current thinking in management for competitiveness for small island enterprises. Its perspectives will range from big picture analyses in keynote addresses by internationally recognized experts in the field of management, to detailed case studies of management practice. It will traverse a broad terrain, from theory and analysis to practical strategies for action.

The conference hopes to promote contributions to the broad theme from any discipline(s) and/or functional area(s) of management including, among others: accounting and finance, human resource management, marketing, project management, international business and tourism. Particular perspectives on the conference theme may include the following:

• Knowledge Transfer
• Change Management
• Competition Dynamics
• International Entrepreneurship & Intra-preneurship
• International Business & Cross Cultural Management
• Regional Economic Integration, including Globalization
• Challenges in the Development of Local Capital Markets
• Tourism & Hospitality Management
• Corporate Governance, Accounting, Taxation & Regulatory Issues
• Human Resources Management
• Employment Relations and Labour market Dynamics under Globalization
• Public Sector Employment Relations
• The Impact of Information Technology
• e-Commerce
• Assessment of Business Risks
• Social Responsibility & Ethical Issues
• CSME and Globalization

Link: http://www.fimc-caribbean.com/

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