The 5th Israel Strategy Conference (ISC 2012) - Call for Papers
Tel Aviv University - Israel, December 19-21, 2012
Submission Deadline: June 15, 2012
Join us in Tel Aviv, Israel for the 5th Israel Strategy Conference (ISC 2012). The tentative program features keynote speakers Sydney Finkelstein (Dartmouth), Henrich Greve (INSEAD), Dan Levinthal (University of Pennsylvania), and Will Mitchell (University of Toronto). Sponsored by Tel Aviv University, ISC 2012 offers a unique opportunity to present ideas, explore recent developments and emerging issues in strategic management, receive feedback on work-in-progress, and network with colleagues.
Paper proposals may include topics such as:
A. Strategy formulation and implementation
B. Strategic planning and decision processes
C. Managing risk and uncertainty
D. Strategic control and reward systems
E. Resource development and allocation
F. Knowledge management
G. Internationalization and multinational corporations
H. Strategic alliances and networks
I. Diversification and portfolio strategies
J. Competitive strategy
K. Corporate venturing and entrepreneurship
L. Corporate governance
ISC will consider unpublished original paper proposals relating to the above topics of interest. International and global perspectives are encouraged. Proposals can be conceptual or empirical, quantitative or qualitative. ISC will accept a relatively small number of high-quality papers that target top tier academic journals. Submitted paper proposals will go through a double blind review and be evaluated based on their academic rigor, relevance, and contribution to the field of strategic management. Accepted papers will be assigned to paper sessions or interactive sessions.
The ISC Doctoral Consortium is coordinated by Gary Dushnitsky and Gino Cattani.
The winner of the Fiegenbaum Best Paper Award receives a $1,000 prize.
Explore the wonders of The Holy Land!
Barak Aharonson (Tel Aviv University)
Niron Hashai (Hebrew University)
Dovev Lavie (Technion)
Amir Sasson (BI, Norwegian Business School)
Gary Dushnitsky (London Business School)
Shmuel Ellis (Tel Aviv University)
Zur Shapira (New York University)
Ithai Stern (Northwestern University)
Gabriel Szulanski (INSEAD)
To download the call for papers and for further guidelines and information, visit the ISC website at http://www.isc.org.il/ or contact the conference co-organizers by email at