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ICEBMM 2011 : International Conference on Economics, Business Management and Marketing

France, Paris, June 28-30, 2011 The VII. International Conference on Economics, Business Management and Marketing aims to bring together academic scientists, leading engineers, industry researchers and scholar students to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of Economics, Business Management and Marketing, and discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted. CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS The International Refereed Conference Proceedings will be blind peer reviewed by three competent reviewers and indexed by Google Scholar, Scopus, Compendex, Thomson Reuters, WorldCat, EBSCO, GALE,   Embase, Reaxys, Engineering Village / Engineering Index (EI), DOAJ, Library of Congress, British Library, Electronic Journals Library will be internationally distributed both in Electronic CD-ROM Format   and   Proceedings Book. The Refereed Conference Proceedings Book and CD (pISSN 2010-376X and eISSN 2010-3778 ) will be included in each Confer

Chicago Manual of Style

Some journals require the manuscripts to be formatted according to the Chicago Manual of Style . Several journals hosted by Harvard Business School like Business History Review etc. accept papers which are prepared using Chicago Manual of Style for references. Therefore, Researchers must have to know about this style in order to submit their manuscripts in prestigious journals. I have upload the file which contains a detail of Chicago Manual of Style . So read is must. READ DOWNLOAD 

Crafting a Successful Manuscript

Crafting a Successful Manuscript: Lessons from 131 Reviews is actually an article published in Journal of Business Psychology (2009) . The authors in this paper focus on how to prepare a quality manuscript by content analyzed reviewer comments from nearly 100 manuscripts submitted to the Journal of Business and Psychology over a 4-month time period (Nov 2008 to April 2009). This paper identifies areas of concern commonly expressed by manuscript reviewers and educates authors on the key elements of a successful manuscript. After analyzing 131 reviews, common themes were identified and then organized into the following categories: (1) introduction section, (2) methods and results section (3) discussion section and (4) writing. The article is very useful for the researchers. After reading this article, researchers will be able to incorporate all the essential elements in their manuscripts which reviewers could desire for a good and effective manuscript. So reading is must. READ DOW