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17th NARTI Annual Conference

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Northumbria University

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Newcastle Business School at Northumbria University (in association with NARTI) are delighted to host the 17th NARTI Annual Conference.The event, targeted towards current doctoral researchers at any year of their doctoral research, provides a platform for the exchange of ideas within the doctoral community. The conference welcomes submissions from any business-related research area, providing candidates with constructive advice from prominent researchers and editors of highly-ranked journals.

Business Research for a Sustainable Future

Our theme for NARTI 2024 is “Business Research for a Sustainable Future”. Alongside ensuring commercial success, a core concern for business leaders is societal and environmental sustainability. Global issues including technological advancement, climate change, geo-political uncertainty and inequity pose unprecedented challenges for business leaders seeking to achieve the triple-bottom line by delivering on People, Planet and Profit. Inspiring future generations of business researchers to tackle such issues is therefore the motto of NARTI 2024. The Conference and accompanying Gala Dinner will offer doctoral candidates extensive opportunities to network with a range of academics, obtain feedback on their studies, receive vital career guidance and explore potential collaborations.

Conference venue

Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University

Newcastle upon Tyne, NE2 1XA

Timeline

  • 1st March to 28th April 2024: The submission window to submit a 750-word extended abstract together with supervisor’s endorsement and application form
  • 10th-17th May 2024: Review decision will be sent to the doctoral candidates 
  • 26th and 27th June 2024: The 17th NARTI Annual Conference

Conference panel 

Organising Panel (Co-Conveners)

Academic Panel

 

Conference Chair: Dr Riad Shams

 

Event Details

Northumbria University
Business & Law School
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE2 1XA

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