IAMCR 2013 Conference @ Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland : 25 - 29 June 2013
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Update from LOC, 28 March 2013

From the Local organisation team for IAMCR-2013 Conference

Firstly, preparation work is currently under way on the programme and we plan to publish the details of when and where papers will be presented by mid-April. Here we express our thanks to the heads and other leaders of the Sections and Working Groups for all their work.
They have had an undertaken workload in recent weeks in reviewing and selecting papers and designing the draft programme of breakout sessions that lies at the heart of the IAMCR conference.

Thank you for your interests in our conference!

Please note that we are currently experiencing very high volumes of queries. We are endeavouring to answer every query as soon as possible but there may be some delays in our response to you.

Also please note the queries on Abstract, Full Paper upload and/or IAMCR-OCS [Open Conference System] should be sent to : IAMCR-OCS Support | dublin2013@iamcr-ocs.org | or check the IAMCR-OCS website.

Thank you for your patience and understanding,

IAMCR 2013 Dublin Local Team

Update from IAMCR-OCS.org

Abstract decisions: I don't know the fate of my abstract

Due to the unprecedented number of abstracts submitted for consideration by IAMCR's 31 sections and working groups for our 2013 conference, some sections required extra time to complete the review process and inform the authors of the final decision. By now, all decisions have been made and authors should have been notified about the fate of their proposals.

Abstract decisions: Your abstract decision notification may be delayed

Due to the unprecedented number of abstracts submitted for consideration by IAMCR's 31 sections and working groups for our 2013 conference, some sections have not yet been able to complete the review process and inform the authors of the final decision.

IAMCR News Update - Results of Abstract Submissions

"Crises, 'Creative Destruction' and the Global Power and Communication Orders" has proven to be a popular conference theme. The Open Conference System for receiving abstracts for IAMCR's 2013 conference in Dublin closed on January 28th and we are delighted to have received over 2,400 proposals, a new record for the Association!

We look forward to seeing many of you in Dublin from 25th to 29th June 2013. Here's to another invigorating IAMCR conference!

Registration for the IAMCR 2013 Conference

Please Note that ONLINE Registration is now closed.

What the Registration Fee Covers : IAMCR 2013 Conference
The IAMCR conference Registration fee entitles registered delegates to participate in:
.1) All the conference plenary and breakout panel sessions during 26-29 June, 2013
.2) The Opening and Welcome event on evening of Tuesday 25 June plus a social /cultural event on one other evening (26-29 June, 2013).
.3) Lunches, plus mid-morning and mid-afternoon refreshments each day (26-29 June, 2013)
.4) Registration also covers transportation to and from hotels to the conference venue in the mornings and evenings for all conference participants who book hotel accommodation through the conference website.

IAMCR Travel grants for Dublin 2013

IAMCR is making eight grants available to members in good standing from low and middle income countries who will be participating in our upcoming conference in Dublin, Ireland. The cash awards are intended to help offset the travel costs of IAMCR members who would otherwise be unable to attend the conference.

Deadline to apply is 5 April 2013. You must have a paper accepted for presentation in Dublin.

For details, please go to IAMCR Website.

Conference Theme Summary

The overarching theme of the 2013 IAMCR conference is "Crises, 'Creative Destruction' and the Global Power and Communication Orders".

The conference theme centres round the concepts of crisis and "creative destruction", with connotations of historically-rare periods of intensified flux and challenge, accompanied by all-round or multi-dimensional processes of innovation.

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