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Global Conference on Business & Economics (GCBE)
October 15-16, 2011
MMU, Crewe, UK

Preface from the Conference Program Chair

I am delighted to welcome you to the 11th Global Conference on Business & Economics in MMU, Crewe, UK. In keeping with the tradition of Association for Business & Economics Research (ABER) conferences, we present you with a program of cutting-edge research in the field of Business & Economics, in the form of papers and panel discussions. The program continues to show a healthy mixture of high standards of selectivity coupled with wide participation from our academic community: 11th GCBE received 58 papers of which 27 papers were accepted, providing an overall acceptance rate of 47%. All manuscript submitted for the conference went through a double-blind referee process. The papers presented at the conference are also published in its proceedings.

Any ABER conference is only as good as the people who take time out of their very busy schedule to help put it all together. As Conference Program Chair, I would like to extend my sincere gratitude to Dinesh Jain and Joy Grant. I am also grateful to our colleagues Diane Wright, Dennis Dunn, and Susan Scoffield, Manchester Metropolitan University, Crewe for offering to host this year’s conference and for their invaluable work in providing the necessary infrastructure and support for a successful conference. Finally, without your participation this conference would not have been possible. I would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude and appreciation to you.

Atul Gupta
Lynchburg College
Conference Program Chair

The Supporting Processes Strategies In Public Sector Management

The Impact Of Pre-requisite General Education Courses On The Ets Major Field Test For Business (Mft-b)

Factors Affecting The Health And Safety Behavior Of Factory Workers

Iran's Short-run Fiscal Spending Pattern And The Lead With Oil

Organizational Culture As A Source Of Competitive Advantage

Political Risk Underwriting In The London Insurance Market: How Do They Do It?

The Box-of-chocolate Phenonema: Using Narratives To Improve Staff Morale In Large Organisations

Extending Ansoff's Strategic Diagnosis Model: Defining The Optimal Strategic Performance Positioning (Ospp) Matrix

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