conference on Creating Global Economies
through Innovation and Knowledge
Management will be held in Kuala
Kuala Lumpur is the
the largest city of Malaysia.
Kuala Lumpur was founded in 1857 as a tin-mining camp. Today,
Kuala Lumpur combines the old with the present in a charming
This is observed in how the Sultan Abdul Samad building blends with
very well with the tallest twin buildings in the world, the Petronas
Twin Towers. Still, there is more in Kuala Lumpur to see and
enjoy: The old railway station, Masjid Jamek, the headquarters of
Telekom Malaysia, and China Town. Come and see for yourself
This major international
conference will address a range of
respect to Information Technology and its impact on organizations.
The conference will include
papers and workshop presentations by academics
researchers from around the globe. Conference participants are
submit full papers, short papers, extended abstracts, paper drafts, or
invited session proposals. Submitted paper will be fully refereed and
published in electronic formats. Please refer to call for
For those unable to attend the
conference in person, virtual
presentations are available. Virtual
presentations allow participants to submit papers for
and publication in the conference proceedings. Virtual
participants will receive a full copy of the conference proceedings in
electronic format by mail.
all Submissions to: KL2009@ibima.org
instructions: Submit 2 files (in Microsoft
ONLY paper title, complete author(s) information and e-mail(s)
paper without author(s) information for review purposes
is no paper format for submissions.
your paper is accepted by reviewers, authors will receive an acceptance
package that includes IBIMA's format guildlines for camera ready
are submitting to a special track, please indicate that in your e-mail
Khalid S. Soliman
International Business Information Management Association, USA
University of Malaya, Malaysia
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