International Conference on Business, Economics, and Information Technology (ICBEIT)
The International Conference on Business, Economics & Information Technology (ICBEIT) is hosted annually by the University of Guam's School of Business & Public Administration in partnership with one or more international universities. The conference provides a venue for scholarly interactions among academics, researchers, students, and representatives from industry and government.
The conference is generally attended by 60 to 120 participants representing more than 20 universities from up to 12 countries and territories.
ICBEIT has been successful in that more than 50% of participants are repeat participants and more than 90% of participants rate the conference as “excellent” or “very good.”
Please stay tuned for registration information for the next ICBEIT conference.
Proposals for presentations and panels (comprised of 3 to 5 related presentations) are invited in the following broad subject categories:
The conference program will be organized so that sessions flow well and that papers
in each session relate to each
other. Depending on the numbers of paper presentations, we may also consider holding concurrent sessions. Plan on a 15-20 minute presentation (including questions and answers).
Language used in the entire conference will be English.
Non-English speaking presenters may participate as long as they are accompanied by a competent English translator and limit their presentation within the time allowance.
Equipment for PowerPoint presentations will be available. Please save your PowerPoint files in a .pptx format to ensure software compatibility. Please use a USB-flash drive for file storage or bring your own USB-adapter if you are using a different file storage.
All proposals should be electronically submitted
to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: Proposal for ICBEIT.
Be sure to include:
contact information about author(s), including email address(es)
a brief abstract (100 words) describing your presentation
the subject category to which your paper is most relevant (see codes above)
which of the authors are planning to attend the conference.
Like our past conferences, conference participants will have the opportunity to publish
your conference paper in the Asia Pacific Business and Economic Perspectives, a double-blind, peer-reviewed journal that is listed with the National Diet Library
of Japan and is in the process of applying for EBSCO abstracting. It is published
by the Asia Pacific
Business and Economics Research Society (APBERS)
Although not all submissions will be accepted for publication, the editorial review
board will give each submission its
utmost consideration. Journal submissions must be sent to email@example.com (Subject: Journal submission)
around April 30. Only those papers presented at the conference will be considered for journal publication.
March 2019 - Singapore1,2,3
March 2021 - Guam (virtual)
All of the past conferences were organized by the University of Guam School of Business & Public Administration in partnership with one or more of the following partners:
Akihiro Noguchi, D (Econ)
Professor of Accounting, Graduate School of Economics and Former Director of Economic Research Center
C4-2(700) Furocho, Chikusa,
Nagoya 464-8601 Japan
Tel: 81 (52) 789-2373
Fax: 81 (52)789-4924
Michael Angelo A. Cortez, DBA
Professor of Accounting and Finance, Graduate School of Management and Deputy Director, Center for Asia Pacific Studies, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University- 1-1 Jumonjibaru, Beppu
Oita 874-8577 Japan
Tel: 81 (977) 78-1232
Fax: 81 (977) 78-1232
Mineo Tsuji, Ph.D.
Professor of Financial Accounting, School of Management, College of Sustainable System Science
Osaka Prefecture University
1-1 Gakuen-cho, Naka-ku, Sakai city, Osaka 599-8531 Japan
Tel: 81 (72) 252-1161
Fax: 81 (72)254-9591