FIIB brings you the 8th
edition of its annual Research Conference (FRC
). Keeping in mind the turbulent times we live in, especially in the aftermath of COVID-19, the Conference theme is appropriately set as - “ Humanizing Businesses for a Better World of Work
”. Uniquely designed, the conference consists of constituent events in the form of a Case Writing Competition Katastasi
(19th Jan 2023), a Research Clinic and Doctoral Consortium
focussed on doctoral students – RCDC
(02-03rd Feb 2023), Research Grant Competition
(Initial screening 14th Jan 2023) and FRC Finale
(02-03 March 2023).
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As has been the tradition of this uniquely curated conference by FIIB, this year too, the FRC is poised to bring together management researchers and practitioners under one roof to deliberate upon how to build on and come up with proactive solutions and roadmaps to this overwhelming new world of work. The following features of the conference make it stand out in a sea of other academic conferences -
- This inclusive and creative conference agenda offers a wide range of opportunities for researchers, industry experts, and students alike, in the form of paper presentations, 3-minute thesis presentations, case competitions, editors' meetings, workshops, or keynote addresses on contemporary topics.
- Informed by management practice and led by industry experts the format of the FRC will have papers both from the practice side in the form of Perspective paper submissions, and from the research side in the form of Research paper submissions.
- In addition to offering multiple prizes to win in 25 different categories, the competition provides multiple opportunities for networking and recognition. A unique opportunity is the Research Grant Competition, a shark tank-style competition where researchers can present their research ideas and win awards.
- The conference is guided by globally renowned management researchers and practitioners like Prof Jacqueline Eastman- at Florida State University; Prof Jochen Wirtz- at National University Singapore; Prof Malcolm Higgs-Birmingham City University Business School; Prof N Balaji- at Rennes School of Business; Prof Radhika Shrivastava and Prof Kokil Jain from FIIB.
About FIIB -
With a legacy of delivering excellence in management education for almost three decades, FIIB has been a provider of quality business education at the post-graduate and doctoral levels and is counted among India's top management schools. It is committed to creating valuable differentiation by building future leaders of business and social relevance. FIIB boasts of a strong research ecosystem supportive of the production of high-quality scholarship that requires rethinking the traditional public value of business research and one that forges a new social commitment with the communities we proclaim to serve. Read more about FIIB at - www.fiib.edu.in