The ACERE 2016 Conference was a great success and we thank you all for your contributions and wonderful feedback.
This year there were over 130 Delegates from more than 21 countries. We received over 180 submissions, 109 were accepted and scheduled for presentation. 20 of these papers were accepted to the Paper Development Sessions (PDS). The Doctoral Consortium (DC) was very popular with 28 participants.
Tell us what you think
We value your thoughts and would like to hear any feedback that you might have for us to improve the conference for 2017 in Melbourne! Please CLICK HERE to complete a short survey.
2017 in Melbourne!
The 2017 Conference venue will be a little different to previous years. The main conference program will be held at NAB’s ‘The Village’ – a new innovative space for business customers and community partners to connect, learn and work. The location is in the Docklands in the centre of Melbourne’s CBD, and just a 5 minute walk from Melbourne’s major transport hub, Southern Cross Station.
We are proud to be co-hosting the 2017 conference with RMIT University. We also welcome The Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies at the QUT Business School, and The UQ Business School as award sponsors.
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Here is another teaser before your visit to Melbourne next year. Enjoy…
Message from Professor Per Davidsson
Dear ACERE conference community,
I hope you had the pleasure of enjoying Dr. Saras Sarasvathy’s keynote speech (and possibly individualised feedback) at ACERE 2016 or elsewhere. At the conference I promised Saras to make an exception and forward the invitation to this list. I hope you do not mind (CLICK HERE).
In short, if you have an effectuation-related paper you may want to consider submitting it to the Bodo conference, especially if you plan to attend the ensuing BCERC (Babson) conference.
DEADLINE for ACERE participants is extended to Monday 22 February.