Given the fact that the Asia Pacific region has been the growth engine of global economy for the past few years, it is crucial for both scholars and practitioners to explore, analyze, and interpret the development of management practices in this region. The 2016 Management Theory and Practice Conference, initiated by NTU Management Review, an academic journal published by the College of Management of National Taiwan University, aims to provide an academic forum for exchanging management research ideas and outputs in the Asia Pacific area. Scholars and practitioners from all parts of the world are welcome to attend the conference.

Scope and topics

        The 2016 Management Theory and Practice Conference focuses on management from an Asia Pacific perspective, aiming to gain new insights into different fields of management such as accounting, finance, organizational behavior, human resources, marketing, information management, e-commerce, productions and operations management, and corporate strategy. Research papers that can bring new visions and insights into management theories and practices are invited. Case studies that depict and interpret management practices are especially encouraged.
        Original research papers aligned with the conference theme are invited. Theoretical and empirical literature review and case studies are welcome. Major topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
  • Financial reporting practices and quality in the Asia Pacific region
  • Management accounting and controls of companies in the Asia Pacific region
  • Auditing practices and quality in the Asia Pacific region
  • The evolution of the accounting information environment in the Asia Pacific region
  • Investment in the Asia Pacific region
  • Corporate finance in the Asia Pacific region
  • Corporate governance in the Asia Pacific region
  • New service and brand marketing trends in the Asia-Pacific region
  • B2B marketing in the Asia Pacific region
  • New concepts and theories of organizational behavior/human resources management for the Asia Pacific region
  • Managing risks of value networks
  • Design innovation and information systems
  • Strategy and innovation from an Asia Pacific perspective
  • Creating and capturing value through strategy and innovation
  • Small and medium enterprise (SME) management
All submissions should follow the style of NTU Management Review , and are subject to the double blind review process. Papers that are accepted for presentation at the conference are strongly encouraged to submit to NTU Management Review, which will be followed by a fast track review process.

2016 MTPC CFP.pdf