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Period: July 4-8, 2009

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CFP: APDSI 2009 Shanghai (Paper due FEB 28, 2009)


C A L L F O R P A P E R S

14th Annual Asian-Pacific Decision Sciences Conference (APDSI 2009)
Shanghai, China, July 4-8, 2009

THEME: Decision Sciences in the Global Marketplace

All Submission Deadline: FEBRUARY 28, 2009

The Fourteenth Conference of the Asia Pacific Region of the Decision
Sciences Institute, will be held 04-08 July 2009 on the campus of
the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) in Shanghai,
The People¡¦s Republic of China. Submission deadline for papers,
symposia, tutorials and special sessions is 28 February 2009
The theme of the meeting is Decision Sciences in the Global
Marketplace. Submissions may be for the tracks listed below, but are
not limited to these topics. Submissions must be in English, the
Conference language. All proposals must be submitted electronically.
Submissions are limited to a maximum of 5 pages including any
figures or exhibits. Papers accepted will appear in the Conference
Proceedings provided that at least one author is registered for the
meeting. Submissions will be accepted only in electronic form.
Complete details for submissions can be found at the Conference
Website: www.ceibs.edu/dsi2009/index.html There also will be a link
to this site from the DSI Website:
www.decisionsciences.org/intl03.htm
The deadline for all submissions is 28 February 2009.

Conference registration forms will be available through the Asia
Pacific Region Conference Website, and will be printed in an issue
of Decision Line.

HOST ORGANIZATION:

CEIBS ¡V China Europe International Business School ¡V will host
this international conference on its new campus, designed by I.M.
Pei. Established in Shanghai in 1994, CEIBS is a Joint Venture
between the European Union and the City of Shanghai. CEIBS now
graduates 180 MBA and 650 Executive MBA students each year. The campus
is now being expanded to permit a doubling of enrollments. The Financial
Times has rated the CEIBS MBA, ExecMBA and Executive Education programs #1
in China for several years. The CEIBS MBA program was ranked #11 worldwide
in 2006 and has remained there since.

PROGRAM TRACKS

Case Studies
Enterprise Planning Systems
Enterprise Reform and Privatization
Global Manufacturing Research Group (GMRG)
Information and Knowledge Management
International Manufacturing Strategy
Inventory Research
Manufacturing Systems and Processes
Marketing and Demand Chain Management
Public Sector Management
Quantitative Methods
Service Systems and Strategy
Supply Chain Management
Technology Management

THE CITY OF SHANGHAI

Shanghai is one of the world¡¦s great cities, with a colorful past,
a frenetic present, and a future that will see it eventually back
on top of the world as a major international financial and trading
center. Shanghai is China¡¦s largest city, its largest port and its
largest industrial base. It is called the ¡§Dragon Head¡ยจ of East
China ¡V the leading force driving the economy forward.
The city¡¦s population is around 18 million, of which about 10
million live in the city proper. There is a large floating population
of itinerant workers, probably numbering 8million. The city has a
status equivalent to a province and reports directly to the central
government. Shanghai is the financial center of China and hopes one
day to match Hong Kong in terms of the strength and international
character of its financial markets. It has the largest stock market
in the country and is home to a number of other currency and
commodity markets. The city has a sense of its own importance,
potential and sense of destiny. The reason: Shanghai has been there
before.

HOTEL AND TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS

The conference hotel will be the Ramada Plaza Pudong Hotel. This
four-star hotel offers deluxe standard business rooms with IDD/DDD
telephone, internet socket, swimming pool and fitness center, satellite
TV and 24-hour room service. There are a Western and a Chinese r
estaurant in the hotel. No smoking and disabled rooms are available.
There are special rates for conference attendees which include
breakfast, use of the fitness center, a daily English newspaper and
shuttle service to and from the airport.

Additional room capacity, also at special rates, will be available at
the newly-opened Grand Metropark Jiayou Hotel. There are also several
five-star hotels in the area. There will be regular shuttle busses
between the CEIBS campus and the hotels. There are special rates for
conference attendees which include breakfast, use of the fitness center,
a daily English newspaper and shuttle service to and from the airport.

Details of the hotels and fax forms for reservations are available at
the Conference Website: www.ceibs.edu/dsi2009/index.html There will also
be a link to this site from the DSI Website: www.decisionsciences.org/.
In addition, a limited number of rooms and small apartments in Chinese
hotels near the conference site will be available. Details of these
inexpensive accommodations will be available through the Conference
Office at DSI2009@CEIBS.edu

A China-based travel agency will be available to arrange tours in China
immediately before and after the meeting, and tours in the Shanghai area
during the meeting. Letters of invitation to the Conference will be sent
to registrants with the confirmation of receipt of the completed
registration form.

Program Co-Chairs

Thomas E. Callarman, Professor of Operations Management, China Europe
International Business School

Norma J. Harrison, Professor of Operations Management, China Europe
International Business School

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE 14TH CONFERENCE OF
THE ASIA-PACIFIC DECISION SCIENCES INSTITUTE (APDSI 2009)
Shanghai 04-08 July 2009:

Jane Cao, Program Assistant E-mail: cjane@ceibs.edu
China Europe International Business School
699 Hongfeng Road, Pudong
Shanghai 201 206 People¡¦s Republic of China