Zeteo is very interested in articles, short or long, that explore and reflect on the connections between money and art. The money could be rich people’s, rich institutions’, or the governments, or . . . ? The art could be visual, writing, music, dance, theater, cinematic, or . . .
Seventeenth International Conference on Knowledge, Culture, and Change in Organizations
Charles Darwin University, Darwin, Australia
20-21 April 2017
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Tbilisi Teaching University Gorgasali and the Eastern and Southern African Management Institute, ESAMI, are inviting to the
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9th Annual Conference of the Academy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
September 2-3, 2016, Sydney
Innovation and Entrepreneurship across Borders
Extended submission deadline: 29 April 2016 (11:59pm EST)
Conference on Storytelling in business - first time in Lithuania!
SMK University of Applied Social Science (Vilnius, Lithuania) has a pleasure to invite you to the storytelling conference "1000 and Your Story" April 22-23, 2016 (http://storyf
Please join the California American Studies Association for its 2016 conference on the Corporatization of Higher Education, to be held on April 22 at California State University, Fullerton.
The conference schedule and other information is here: http://amst.fullerton.edu/casa.aspx .
Last chance for early registration: price goes up
The Mining History Association (MHA) in the U.S. hosts a Research Grant Program open to all who are currently engaged in or who plan to conduct mining history research. Research may focus on technology, business, social and cultural life, the environment, or any other aspect of mining, its associated industries, and its communities. The Grants Committee may make up to three grants per year. Funding may vary, up to a maximum of $750 per grant.
Family firms are the most common type of firms throughout the world and particularly in the Arab and Muslim-Majority countries. Surprisingly, very little academic research has been conducted about these organizations in a region characterized by a strong importance given by individuals and communities to family, clans, values and tradition. From the Maghreb to the Middle East, small and more aged firms are commonly owned and managed by members of extended families who play a distinguishing role in the Arab world unlike nuclear families in Western or Nordic countries.