1st International Conference on Interdisciplinary Academic Research and Innovation
(IARI- 2016)

Conference Main Theme: “Inclusiveness of Innovation and Interdisciplinary Research for Sustainable Growth”
Conference Date: November 23-24, 2016

Call for Panels

Conference Main Theme: “Inclusiveness of Innovation and Interdisciplinary Research for Sustainable Growth”

Through this theme we will  discuss the “Theoretical and Analytical Issues in Business & Economics Research

Call for Panel Proposals

Important Information:

  1. Please submit your panel proposal  to IARI@globalilluminators.org.
  2. Panels will generally be 1 hour in duration. Time should be included for audience participation.
  3. All participants must be registered for the overall IARI-2016 conference.
  4. Please use the contents below for your panel proposal.
  5. In case of further clarification or any assistance required before completing the proposal you  can email at iari@globalilluminators.org.

At least the moderator and two other panelists must be registered for the conference, so work on the schedule and proceedings can begin.

IARI 2016, Panel Proposal must include the following information:

  1. Title: Title of your panel
  2. Aims and Objectives of the Panel: Explain why such a panel is relevant to IARI and to the Theme of IARI .  (Max 5-10 lines)
  3. Occurrence/Novelty: Please describe either past instances or the novelty of new ventures here. (Max 10 lines)
  4. Description: Use this to clarify scope, audience and focus. Give aims and objectives for your panel here. This will become the “abstract” for the proceedings and program. (Max 20-25 lines)
  5. Event Structure/Agenda: Describe what organizers and participants will do during the panel.  E.g., will there be a series of fixed presentations and then discussion, and/or will the moderator ask questions to which first the panelists and then the audience may respond. What are the main questions you would ask? (Max 20 lines).
  6. Panel  Members: List all names, affiliations, and emails of all anticipated panel participants, and state if they have accepted the invitation to participate should the panel be accepted.  Include the moderator/organizer.
  7. Qualifications of panelists: Briefly describe your and your fellow panelists’ backgrounds and qualifications/ areas of expertise  in the related research/practitioner domain.