December 8-11, 2013
Cross Cultural Research Conference
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The Cross-Cultural Research Conference will be held December 8-11, 2013 in beautiful Antigua, Guatemala. Founded in 1981 and held biennially since 1996, this premier specialty conference focuses on cross-cultural research in any aspect of business or management � public or private. We also welcome researchers from other disciplines such as psychology, sociology, anthropology, economics and communications who are advancing the body of knowledge in cross-cultural research.
Publication outlets for conference papers
Participants will have the opportunity to publish their work in three excellent outlets. All accepted papers will be published in peer-reviewed proceedings of the conference. The conference will also sponsor and be the basis for special issues of the Journal of Business Research and the Journal of Euromarketing. Participants may submit their papers for consideration in either of these special issues. We invite research papers, extended abstracts, and session proposals. The Call for Papers provides additional information on paper submission. The deadline for submission is August 31, 2013.
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The conference will be held at the beautiful Hotel Museo Casa Santo Domingo in Antigua. A UNESCO World Heritage site considered the best-preserved colonial city in the Americas, Antigua provides the perfect setting for the conference. Antigua served for over 200 years (1541 to 1773) as the crossroads of Spanish and indigenous Central American cultures as the capital of the Spanish colony of Guatemala. The well-preserved Spanish baroque architecture of Antigua beckons all who are interested in the cultural history of the region. Come experience cultural diversity while extending the body of knowledge of research in cross-cultural settings. Filled with its own history, the Casa Santo Domingo is a beautifully preserved convent: one that sheltered the followers of the order of Santo Domingo de Guzmán. Conde Nast Traveler readers recently rated the Casa Santo Domingo as the top hotel in Central America. They have offered us a great rate of $115 per room plus tax.
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