Papers Topics & Guideline
    All papers should address the conference topics and can describe a wide range of research including empirical or theoretical studies, and should be submitted via conference website. Papers should not have been published elsewhere and should not be intended to be published elsewhere during the review period, and should be accordance to IICM 2013 papers style guidelines.

The conference topics are:

2013 Title: Intellectual Capital Managment, Since And Technology Parks And Incubators, Small And Medium businesses

IC Concepts and Frameworks:
Human Capital ♦ Structural Capital ♦ Market Capital ♦ Customer Capital ♦ Stakeholder Capital ♦ Brands and Trademarks ♦ Organizational Capital ♦ Process Capital ♦ Renewal and Innovation Capital ♦ Intellectual Property ♦ Business Recipe ♦ Business Intelligence ♦ The Dynamics of Intellectual Capital ♦ National Innovation Systems ♦ Relational Capital ♦ Knowledge and Information Assets/Capital
IC Valuation, Reporting, Accounting & Measurement:
IC Registration, Documentation, Statements ♦ Intangible Assets Identification ♦ IC Valuation ♦ Knowledge Assets Valuation ♦ Intangible and Intellectual Capital Accounting ♦ IP Valuation ♦ Brands Valuation ♦ Methods of IC Reporting ♦ Impact of IC on Market Value and Book Value ♦ IC Statements and Financial Statements ♦ Human Resource Accounting ♦ IC Measurement Models ♦ Indices, Metrics and Factors in IC Measurement ♦ Descriptive Models for IC Measurement ♦ Market Capitalization Models(MCM) ♦ Direct IC Models(DIC) ♦ Scorecard Models(SC) ♦ Return on Assets Models(ROA) ♦ Visualization Models(VIS) ♦ Prescriptive Models for IC Measurement ♦ Measurement Models for Knowledge Assets/Capital
Economy & IC:
Intangible Assets and Resources ♦ Benefits and Limitations of the IC Metaphor ♦ Strategic Alignment ♦ Value Chain & IC ♦ Intra/Inter Organizational Relationships ♦ Architectures for IC Systems ♦ Intellectual Capital Development ♦ New Aspects of Knowledge Management ♦ Integration of Knowledge from Different Groups in an Organization ♦ Knowledge Creation and Sharing Mechanisms ♦ Customer Knowledge Management ♦ Learning Organization ♦ Brands Management ♦ Human Capital Management ♦ Management of Innovation and Intellectual Property ♦ Alliance Management ♦ KM Skill of Leadership, Coaching, Mentorship ♦ Technology Management ♦ Cross-cultural KM ♦ IC Centers Across the Globe
Law & IC:
Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) ♦ Brands and Trademarks Laws ♦ Memorandum and Agreement ♦ Patents and Goodwills ♦ New Alliances
Management & IC:
Intellectual Capital of Nations, Regions and Cities ♦ Deregulation, Liberalization and Privatization ♦ Knowledge Economy ♦ Intellectual Capital and Stock Markets ♦ IC across Boundaries ♦ Intellectual Capital and Global Economy ♦ Finance and IC
Society & IC:
Identity and IC ♦ Socio-Technical Frameworks ♦ Experiential learning ♦ Participatory learning ♦ Social Networks ♦ Culture and Ethics Management ♦ Knowledge Society ♦ IC and National/Ethnic Culture ♦ Novelty ♦ National Policies and IC ♦ Mapping, Analysis and Social Epistemology
Entrepreneurship & IC:
Intellectual Capital for Universities and Research/ Manufacturing/ Health/ Sport/ Art/ Cultural Organizations ♦ E-Families and IC ♦ IC Role in Entrepreneurship ♦ IC and KM Case studies ♦ Business Philosophy and IC Resourcing

Submission and style details
Papers must not exceed 10 pages in length, including figures, references and appendices.
Before submitting your papers please ensure that it has been carefully read for typographical and grammatical errors. If English is not your first language, please have your paper proof-read by an English speaking person.
Papers should submit as a .doc or.docx attachment by paper submission and tracking link, to the conference. You can download style guidelines file by clicking.
Papers must not be sent in PDF format and should not be zipped.
Papers can be produced in any PC or MAC version of Microsoft Word using Times New Roman font 11 pt for the main text.
Prepare your papers in single-spaced, one-column format, on paper 21×29.7 centimeters. Set top and bottom margins to 31.7 millimeters and left and right margins to about 16.9 millimeters.
Do not use multiple columns.
Put the title of the paper in bold, center aligned, at the top of the first page only. (Times New Roman, 16, Bold)
Then, on the next line put the names of the authors. Where all authors are from the same institute, the following format should be used:
Lead Author, Co-author One, Co-Author Two (Times New Roman, 10, Bold)
Institute, Town, Country (Times New Roman, 9)
leadauthor@email.com (Times New Roman, 9)
A 300 word abstract should follow. (Times New Roman, 9, justified)
Include up to 5 keywords or phrases (Times New Roman, 9, justified)
 Do not use more than three levels of heading and use the numbering convention:
Heading 1(Times New Roman 11, Bold)
Heading 2(Times New Roman 10, Bold)
Heading 3(Times New Roman 9, Bold)
The main body of the text should be in Times New Roman 11 point, single spaced and fully justified. Please use normal capitalization within the text and do not use bold face for emphasis
You can include bulleted or numbered lists.
Figures and tables should be placed as close to their reference point in the text as possible. Figures should be numbered consecutively throughout the paper and not numbered according to the section in which they appear. Figure captions should appear below the figure. Please use the word: Fig or F. Tables should be created using the table option of your word processing package, not using tabs and spaces. Please use the word: Table.
Appendix (Times New Roman 10, Bold)
Body (Times New Roman 10)
Acknowledgment (Times New Roman 10)
Body (Times New Roman 10)
References should follow the below style: (Times New Roman 10)
Sullivan, Patrick.H. (2000). “Value-Driven Intellectual Capital – How To Convert Intangible Corporate Assets into Market Value”. New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Petrusson, Ulf. (2005). “Intellectual Property & Entrepreneurship: Creating Wealth in an Intellectual Value Chain”. Göteborg : Center for Intellectual Property studies(CIP).
Bontis, Nick. (2004). “National Intellectual Capital Index: A United Nations Initiative for the Arab Region”. Journal of Intellectual Capital, 5/1: 13-39. Evans, D. (1998) The arbitrary ape, New Scientist, Vol 159, No. 2148, 22 August, pp 32–35.
Stewart, Thomas A. (1994). “Your Company’s Most Valuable Asset: Intellectual Capital”.Fortune Magazine (October 3). (Retrieved November 7, 2007, from:money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/).
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Important dates:

Full paper submission due:    15 August 2014  
Notification of paper acceptance:   September 2014

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