6th workshop on Export Management, January 12, 2024, ESCE International Business School Paris, OMNES Education
Keynote Speakers, Professor Leonidas Leonidou, University of Cyprus, Professor Matthew Robson
Cardiff UniversityAssociate Editor, Journal of International Marketing
Trading through exports and imports has historically been the predominant method of exchanging goods and services between countries (Aykol, 2018). While international trade can offer growth and development opportunities, it is also fraught with challenges and obstacles. The increasing digitalization (Katsikeas et al., 2019) and the multiplication of external shocks (e.g. the COVID-19 pandemic and the Russia-Ukraine conflict) are becoming a standard feature of international business (Ciravegna et al., 2023). There is a consensus that exporting will need to adapt to these complex and turbulent times. Therefore, it is of paramount importance to intensify research in the field of export management.
The annual Export Management workshop aims at bringing together scholars in the field of export management to facilitate the exchange of ideas, knowledge sharing, and networking. It also provides an opportunity for young researchers to present and discuss their work with experienced researchers and practitioners.
Potential Topics for Submissions
We invite researchers to submit their contributions that address and rethink themes such as but not limited to the following:
Papers, posters and doctoral research proposals should be submitted before December 1, 2023
at : firstname.lastname@example.org
Kindly indicate in the email the type (paper, poster or doctoral research proposal) of your
Conference Paper Guidelines
The submission format for papers is extended abstracts of maximum 1000 words (all included)
Poster Guidelines. The submission format for posters is extended abstracts of maximum 1000 words (including,references and other appendices).
All posters should include the following:
Additionally, you will be asked to summarize your poster in a short submission abstract (max 200
The consortium aims at providing an opportunity for doctoral students to discuss their research and work-in-progress (at any stage). Students must submit the following document :
Student CV and dissertation proposal abstract (5 pages maximum): The initial page should
feature your CV, showcasing your academic and professional background, as well as any
publications including manuscripts under review. Pages 2 to 5 should encompass the title, author
details, abstract, keywords, and a summary of your dissertation. Tables and references should be
appended at the end of the document and are included in the 5-page constraint. The abstract should cover the research question, theoretical background, research methodology, and intended
Doctoral Consortium Chairs
The conference will be hosted by:
ESCE International Business School
Immeuble Cœur Défense
82, Esplanade du Général de Gaulle
92934 Paris La Défense.
The workshop is free of charge. However, registration is mandatory. The deadline for
registration is December 10, 2023.
Register at: email@example.com