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THE IMPACT OF GLOBALIZATION ON WORLD BUSINESS IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM: COMPETITION, COOPERATION, ENVIRONMENT, AND DEVELOPMENT


International Management
Development Association
Pennsylvania, USA

Akdeniz University
Antalya, Turkey

Eleventh Annual World Business Congress

THE IMPACT OF GLOBALIZATION ON WORLD BUSINESS IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM: COMPETITION, COOPERATION, ENVIRONMENT, AND DEVELOPMENT

July 10 – 14, 2002
Resort Dedeman Antalya Hotel, Antalya, Turkey

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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MESSAGE FROM JAN NAPOLEON SAYKIEWICZ, CONGRESS CO-CHAIR………… 3
MESSAGE FROM YAVUZ TEKELIOGLU, CONGRESS CO –CHAIR………………….. 4
MESSAGE FROM ERDENER KAYNAK AND FULYA D. SARVAN, CONGRESS PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS………………………………………………………………… 5
MESSAGE FROM ERTUGRUL DOKUZOGLU, GOVERNOROF ANTALYA 6
MESSAGE FROM BEKIR KUMBUL, MAYOR OF THE CITY OF ANTALYA…………. 7
MESSAGE FROM YASAR UCAR, RECTOR OF AKDENIZ UNIVERSITY……………… 8
CONGRESS PROGRAM COMMITTEE………………………………………………………9
LOCAL STEERING COMMITTEE IN TURKEY…………………………………………….10
LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS COMMITTEE IN TURKEY………………………………… 10
LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS COMMITTEE IN NORTH AMERICA……………………… 10
CONGRESS TRACK CO- CHAIRPERSONS……………………………………………… 11
LIST OF TRACKS, PANELS AND SPECIAL SESSIONS………………………………… 12 CONGRESS PROGRAM SCHEDULE………………………………………………………..14
CONCURRENT SESSIONS………………………………………………………………..14-15 Wednesday, July 10, 2002…………………………………………………………………… 14
Thursday, July 11, 2002………………………………………………………………… 14
Friday, July 12, 2002………………………………………………………………….. 15
Saturday, July 13, 2002……………………………………………………………….. 15
Sunday, July 14, 2002……………………………………………………………… 15
MASTER SCHEDULE……………………………………………………………………… 16
TWELFTH WORLD BUSINESS CONGRESS
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, July 2-6, 2003…………………………… ………….. 54
INVITATION TO ATTEND 12TH WORLD BUSINESS CONGRESS…………………… 59
INDEX OF AUTHORS, CHAIRS, PARTICIPANTS……………………………………… 60
LIST OF COUNTRIES REPRESENTED……………………………………………………..64
IMDA NEWSLETTER INFORMATION……………………………………………………..65
PRELIMINARY STATEMENT OF INTENT……………………………………………… 67
ABOUT INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION……….68
HOTEL MAP…………………………………………………………………………………..70

WELCOME MESSAGE TO THE IMDA 11TH ANNUAL WORLD BUSINESS CONGRESS PARTICIPANTS

Jan Napoleon Saykiewicz, Congress Co-chair, Vice-President for Programs and President Elect of the International Management Development Association (IMDA)

Dear Colleagues:

Welcome to the Eleventh World Business Congress of the International Management Development Association as we celebrate the 15th anniversary of its foundation. Welcome to Turkey, to Antalya, and to Akdeniz University, our academic host that so successfully influences development in business education and management in its region.

IMDA, created in 1987 to provide an interdisciplinary, multifunctional, and global platform to address problems and issues linking academe, business and politics, proudly stands by its mission to emphasize management development as a way to promote understanding and cooperation in the world business. There are a lot of issues in today’s expanding business world. Global policy makers are scrambling to catch up with the expanding role of foreign direct investment which has outpaced world trade and GNP growth. A complex relationship develops between policy changes, market conditions, and global trends. Globalization tends to result in a closer integration to worldwide labor markets.

We convened here, coming from different parts of the world, to discuss the impact of globalization on world business in the new millennium. Millennium of great hopes and also great fears. We are going to debate on competition, cooperation, environment and development not only from economic or technology point of view but addressing mainly the problems and issues of management development.

The importance of management development can not be underestimated. Despite great development in technology, not so much technological management development contributed to the economic success of various countries. Still good management is a hot commodity and sells well by presenting solutions to existing problems, and values that contribute to the success of business entities.

Management development is stimulating closer links, cooperation and understandings between academe, business, and politicians and may also help to find responses to challenges posed by the constantly arising problems in our environment. By fighting ignorance and backwardness, it may promote economic and social development in many areas of the world that badly needs different approaches to social and economic issues. This is an important objective of IMDA to stimulate close cooperation between academe, business and politics in purpose to contribute to economic growth and global business success through management development.

All of us here worked very hard to support this objective. Our Turkish hosts, Akdeniz University colleagues, paper authors, reviewers, track chairs prepared an intellectually stimulating program both professionally and socially valuable and enjoyable. Professor Dr. Khosrow Fatemi, President of IMDA, successfully lead our organization the last three years. Professor Dr. Yavuz Tekelioglu, Dean, made great effort to perfect all local arrangements. Professor Dr. Fulya D. Sarvan worked hard as Congress Program Co-chair and Proceedings Co-editor. Professor Dr. Erdener Kaynak, IMDA Executive Vice President and Director, and also our Congress Proceedings Co-editor should be recognized for his hard work in organizing this Eleventh World Business Congress.

Colleagues, welcome to this great, historic land, to Antalya, to Akdeniz University, to IMDA. I wish you good sessions, stimulating debates, interesting networking and great memories of IMDA Congress and Turkey as a host country.

WELCOME MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN OF THE FACULTY OF ECONOMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCES

Yavuz Tekelioğlu – Dean, Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences, Akdeniz University and Congress Co-chair

On behalf of my Faculty and Staff members I would like to welcome the delegates of the Eleventh World Business Congress to Antalya. It has been a great pleasure and excitement for me and my colleagues at the Local Arrangements Committee to carefully plan the congress program to make it an unforgettable experience of a combination of traditional Turkish hospitality, the Mediterranean climate and the rich Anatolian history and culture, for all the delegates and their spouses
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Our Local Steering Committee is composed of the leading public and business people of Antalya, including the Governor and Major of Antalya, the Rector of Akdeniz University, the presidents of business organizations and the Chamber of Commerce. We are proud to have received their full support to the 11th World Business Congress of IMDA, to make this event an exciting experience of Turkish hospitality, to be remembered pleasantly years after.

Since its foundation in 1993, our Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences has hosted 30 international and numerous national scientific meetings in Antalya. Being a quite young Faculty, we have been enjoying the advantage of the willingness of our young, dynamic and enthusiastic faculty and staff in undertaking challenging events and assignments. The 11th World Business Congress of IMDA is certainly the biggest event that we have undertaken so far and has undoubtedly required the best of our capabilities and resources. It is our sincere hope that you will enjoy both the academic and social programs of the congress. We have done our best to invite the best possible speakers in their own areas of specialization to make the program of keynote speakers, panels of industry representatives and public policy makers an interesting opportunity of getting first hand information about Turkey and her economic and business relationships with other countries.

We also hope that you will enjoy being in Antalya, renowned as the “Turkish Riviera”, combining all the natural beauties of the Mediterranean coast, with a very rich collection of ancient historical sites around its vicinities. Owing to these qualities, Antalya has also become a well known international congress town, hosting many international and national congresses, every year. Please take this chance to see as much as you can around the vicinities
which offer more than that could be hoped for tourism and cultural opportunities. Being a town of Roman – Ottoman core, the city enjoys a historic district around the Roman harbor, which is now a yacht marina, and at the outskirts, not very far from the city, the ancient cities – Perge, Aspendos, Side, Termessos, Phaselis, and Olimpos offer more to see in the way of historical sites. The Antalya Museum carries a rich collection of arts from all around the ancient cities. Antalya Cultural Center provides the cultural flavor, with concerts, operas and theaters all around the year. From mid-June to mid-July visitors can enjoy the marvelous ballet and opera performances at the ancient amphitheater Aspendos during the Aspendos Festival of Opera and Ballet.

The academic and administrative staff of our Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences welcome the delegates of the congress and wish everybody an enjoyable time in Antalya .

WELCOME MESSAGE FROM CONGRESS PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS

Erdener Kaynak, Executive V.P. and Director of IMDA and Proceedings Co-editor
Fulya D. Sarvan, Associate Dean, Akdeniz University and Proceedings Co-editor

On behalf of the Program Committee, Track and Session Co-chairs, we take this opportunity to welcome all of the delegates and the accompanying persons and guests to the beautiful city of Antalya for the Eleventh World Business Congress of IMDA held from July 10 through 14, 2002. Since last July, Congress Organizing Committee members both in North America and in Turkey have been working very diligently to organize a diverse congress program which will be challenging and stimulating academically and culturally enriching for all of the participants.

We are extremely pleased that a number of plenary sessions and panels with representatives from local industry, representatives of trade organizations and government have been organized. We have also developed “Meet-the-Editors” Panel, a city tour, and Turkish entertainment. There will be a one-day visit to ancient sites of Antalya region for those who have already made bookings for it on Wednesday all day. The plenary sessions will be held on all day Thursday. All day Friday and Saturday, and Sunday morning, there will be academic sessions and special panels devoted to various contemporary management development issues. This year, as in the past IMDA congresses, we are offering full-papers, research-in-progress papers, and special panels. We are very pleased to note that a broad spectrum of papers, ideas, and research findings are being presented by scholars and practitioners coming from five continents and 35 countries. As part of our IMDA tradition, we will again publish the Congress Best Papers in a future issue of the Association’s Journal of Transnational Management Development (JTMD).

This is our second World Business Congress organized in Turkey. The first one was held in Istanbul in 1995 and it was a tremendous success. We would like to continue this tradition and organize more IMDA congresses in the Middle East and North Africa region in the future. We are very pleased with the sponsorship of Akdeniz University, Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences and their hard work and dedication. In particular, Congress Co-chair Dean Yavuz Tekelioglu and Local Arrangements Co-chairs, Drs. Safak Aksoy and I. Serdar Tetik were of special help to us. They both did a yeoman’s job at every stage of the Congress organization. Congress Web Page and Proceedings papers were prepared by our enthusiastic and dedicated colleague, Dr. Talha Harcar of Pennsylvania State University at Beaver. Because of the excellent Congress web site Talha has developed, the site facilitated the work of everyone who was involved with the Congress organization as well as the paper presenters. May we also take this opportunity to extend our warm thanks and appreciation to Congress Co-chairs, Local Arrangements Committee members and support staff in various locations for their extraordinary efforts in organizing what seems to be an excellent Congress. Special thanks and appreciation also go to 51 Track Co-chairs, manuscript reviewers, and colleagues who are chairing panels and
special sessions at the Congress.

We wish much success in the deliberations at the Eleventh World Business Congress. We are certain that we will all benefit from it immensely. We encourage all of you to attend the Twelfth World Business Congress to be held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada from July 2 through 6, 2003. See you all there and enjoy this year’s congress in Antalya, Turkey.

WELCOME MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR OF ANTALYA
Ertuğrul Dokuzoğlu, Governor of Antalya, Turkey

On behalf of my government, I am welcoming the participants of the 11th Annual World Business Congress to our renown city of Antalya. It has been a great pleasure for me to sit on the Local Steering Committee of the Congress and collaborate with the staff of the Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences of Akdeniz University on a multitude of details making up a successful congress organization. I hope everything goes as well as we wished for.

I believe that the universities are the real sources of knowledge and development and their impact on community is indispensable. The presence and development of Akdeniz University in Antalya has added such a great value to the potentialities of the city that, now its contributions can be appreciated more than ever by everybody. The 11th Annual World Business Congress to be hosted by Akdeniz University between 10th to 14th July 2002 will be an event that will attract the attention and hospitality of people and organizations of Antalya.

For the last ten years our city has increasingly become renowned as a tourism and congress destination and every year quite a number of congress events are organized in a host of venues around Antalya. The natural beauties, the climate, the quality hotels and young tourism professionals render Antalya a perfect destination for congresses besides purposes of tourism. I would like to congratulate the Executive Board of IMDA for choosing Antalya as the host town of the 11th World Business Congress. I have no doubt that it is going to be successful in every respect.

I would like to take this opportunity to inform all the participants that Antalya is one of the safest cities in the World. Please feel comfortable while you are enjoying the pleasant moments during your stay.

I wish all the participants an enjoyable and fruitful congress.

Thanks for choosing to participate at the 11th Congress and coming to visit Antalya on this occasion.

WELCOME MESSAGE FROM THE MAYOR OF ANTALYA
Bekir Kumbul, Mayor of Antalya, Turkey

On behalf of the Municipal Government I take great pleasure in welcoming all the participants of the 11th Annual World Business Congress to Antalya, the tourism capital of Turkey. Being invited to sit on the Local Steering Committee has been a great honor for me and I will feel delighted if the congress fulfills all the expectations.

Our city hosts many congresses every year, but I believe that the 11th Annual World Business Congress to be held between 10th to 14th July 2002 will be among the most important ones in respect to the topics to be discussed, since understanding and appreciating global economic issues is becoming essential more than ever.

Antalya is a city of about 2 million inhabitants and hosts close to 2 million tourists every year. The population increase is about 7 percent a year. There are close to 80 hotels with bed capacity of about 10.000 in the city. The cultural heritage dating back to the second century B.C., the natural beauties and the sunny climate are attracting people from all over the world to visit and enjoy this beautiful geography. These facts place a great responsibility on the shoulders of the municipal government of Antalya, to keep the city tidy and clean, to provide best service to the inhabitants and tourism establishments, to build infrastructure for the newly developing quarters and create new recreational possibilities. The people of the municipal government of Antalya are working really hard to keep the premises clean, neat and safe for all the inhabitants and guests.

In carrying out these responsibilities the Municipal Government of Antalya frequently refers to the specialization provided by Akdeniz University, requests consultancy and education and collaborates with the various departments in specific projects. There is a strong bond of trust and cooperation between these two important institutions of the city.

The Municipal Government of Antalya will be happy to provide any support or service that would be needed during 11th World Business Congress. The hosting Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences, Akdeniz University has worked really hard to make this congress a memorable experience for all the participants and the municipality is ready to play its own part.

I sincerely hope that you enjoy being in this beautiful town and I wish much success to your congress.

I welcome you again to Antalya on behalf of my city.

WELCOME MESSAGE FROM THE RECTOR OF AKDENIZ UNIVERSITY
Yaşar Uçar, Rector of Akdeniz University, Antalya, Turkey

On behalf of Akdeniz University, I welcome the participants of the 11th Annual World Business Congress to the beautiful city of Antalya. It is a great honor for all of us, and especially for my colleagues at the Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences, to be the host of such a prestigious event for international business scholars and practitioners.

The 11th Annual World Business Congress to be held between 10th to 14th July 2002 will be among the most important scholarly meetings that our university has hosted since its foundation some 20 years ago. When I look back, I can see that it has shown quite a rapid progress, since now it has close to twelve thousand students, fifteen hundred academic staff, 1300 administrative personnel, 11 faculties, 10 schools of higher education, three institutes of graduate education, one conservatory and 18 centers of research and application.

During the past 20 years, Akdeniz University has become an indispensable research and education center for the Western Mediterranean Region, taking its place among the most promising universities of Turkey. Our faculties and schools create knowledge and service for people and organizations, in many areas including medicine, agriculture, engineering, economics, social sciences and fine arts. Every year we have new departments, schools or faculties getting started. The academic staff of our university become increasingly integrated to the international academic networks and world class academic achievements are becoming a rule rather than an exception. I feel really proud of the achievements, the growth pace and dynamism of my young university and I see this congress as another indicator of its high performance.

I believe that the 11th Annual World Business Congress will provide plenty of opportunities for the participants to get acquainted with the warm hospitality of Turkish people, taste the natural beauties and rich cuisine of the Mediterranean coast and also establish pleasant relations and new academic networks with Turkish colleagues. It is my sincere hope that the image of Akdeniz University will become still brighter after the positive impressions of the participants when the congress is over.

My colleagues at the Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences have been working really hard, in collaboration with the IMDA Executive Board, to make this congress a memorable experience for all the participants, both academically and socially. I have taken great pleasure to be on the Local Steering Committee and to be able to contribute to the social programs of your congress.

I sincerely hope that you enjoy every moment of your presence in our country and I wish much success in all the activities of your congress.

I welcome you again to Antalya on behalf of my university.

CONGRESS PROGRAM COMMITTEE

CONGRESS CO–CHAIRS

Yavuz Tekelioglu
Dean
Graduate School of Economic and Business
Akdeniz University
Antalya 07058
Turkey Jan Napolean Saykiewicz
School of Business Administration
Duquesne University
Pittsburgh, PA 15282
USA

CONGRESS PROGRAM CO–CHAIRS

Erdener Kaynak
Chair, Marketing Program
School of Business Administration Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg
777 West Harrisburg Pike
Middletown, PA 17057
USA
Fulya D. Sarvan
Associate Dean
Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences
Akdeniz University
Antalya 07058
Turkey

PROCEEDINGS CO–EDITORS

Erdener Kaynak
Chair, Marketing Program
School of Business Administration
Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg
777 West Harrisburg Pike
Middletown, PA 17057USA
Fulya D. Sarvan
Faculty of Economic and Administrative
Sciences
Akdeniz University
Antalya 07058
Turkey

LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS CO-CHAIRS
CONGRESS ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR
Safak Aksoy
Associate Dean
Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences,
Akdeniz University
Antalya 07058 Turkey
I. Serdar Tetik,
Vocational School of Tourism Administration and Hotel Management
Akdeniz University
Antalya 07058, Turkey Talha Harcar
Department of Business Administration
Pennsylvania State University
Beaver Campus
Monaca, PA 15061
USA

LOCAL STEERING COMMITTEE IN TURKEY

1. Prof. Dr. Yaşar Uçar, Rector, Akdeniz University
2. Ertuğrul Dokuzoğlu, Governor, Antalya
3. Bekir Kumbul, Mayor, Antalya Metropolitan Municipality
4. Süleyman Evcimen, Mayor, Muratpaşa Municipality
5. Muhittin Böcek, Mayor, Konyaaltı Municipality
6. Mehmet Atay, Mayor, Kepez Municipality
7. Mesut Akca, Provincial Director of Tourism, Antalya
8. Osman Siviloğlu, Provincial Director of Culture, Antalya
9. Bekir Bülend Özsoy, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Antalya Industrialists’ and Businessmen’s Association (ANSİAD)
10. Menderes Türel, President, Antalya Chamber of Commerce and Industry
11. Ercan Boztepe, Chairman of the Board, General Secretariat of Antalya Exporters’ Union
12. Ahmet Barut, Chairman, The Union of Mediterranean Tourist Hotels (AKTOB)
13. Kerim Çavuşoğlu, Director of Regional Executive Board, Association of Turkish Travel Agencies

LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS COMMITTEE IN TURKEY

1. Şafak Aksoy, Associate Dean, Akdeniz University, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences
2. I. Serdar Tetik, Assistant Director, Akdeniz University Vocational School of Tourism Administration and Hotel Management
3. Orhan Kuruüzüm, Director, Akdeniz University, Institute of Social Sciences
4. Ayse Kuruüzüm, Akdeniz University, Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences
5. Esra Çayhan, Akdeniz University, Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences
6. Can Deniz Köksal, Akdeniz University, Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences
7. Eda Atilgan, University, Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences
8. Serkan Akıncı, Akdeniz University, Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences
9. Filiz Angay, Akdeniz University, Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences
10. Sibel M. Aykın, Akdeniz University, Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences
11. Emre Çetin, Akdeniz University, Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences
12. Koray Çetin, Akdeniz University, Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences
13. Nejla Arıca, Akdeniz University, Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences
14. Eren Güzeloğlu, Akdeniz University, Institute of Social Sciences

LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS COMMITTEE IN NORTH AMERICA

1. Kip Becker, Boston University, USA
2. Khosrow Fatemi, San Diego State University, Imperial Valley Campus, USA
3. Talha Harcar, Pennsylvania State University at Beaver, USA
4. Elif S. Kaynak, Pennsylvania State University at University Park, USA
5. Erdener Kaynak, Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg, USA
6. Ovgu I. Kaynak, Philheaven Clinic, USA
7. Orsay Küçükemiroglu, Pennsylvania State University at York, USA
8. Mathew Loose, Philheaven Clinic, USA
9. Jan Napoleon Saykiewicz, Duquesne University, USA

CONGRESS TRACK CO-CHAIRPERSONS

1. Aahad M. Osman-Gani, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Global Human Resource Management
2. Juhary Haji Ali, University Utara, Malaysia, Global Human Resource Management
3. Kip Becker, Boston University, USA, Global Information Technology Management
4. Ata Nahouraii, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA, Global Information Technology Management
5. Mark Speece, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand, Management and Global Business Education
6. Abbas Ali, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA, Global Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development
7. John A. Pearce, Villanova University, USA, Global Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development
8. John R. Schermerhorn, Jr., Ohio University, USA, Global Management and Corporate Strategy
9. Marca Marie Bear, The University of Tampa, USA, Global Management and Corporate Strategy
10. Muzaffer Uysal, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA, Global Tourism Development
11. Frederic Dimanche, Tourism Management Program, CERAM, France, Global Tourism Development
12. A. Coskun Samli, University of North Florida, USA, Cross-Cultural Marketing and Marketing Research
13. Isabelle Szmigin, The Birmingham Business School, United Kingdom Cross-Cultural Marketing and Marketing Research
14. C. P. Rao, Kuwait University, Kuwait, Global Business in Africa and the Middle East
15. Syed Aziz Anwar, University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, Global Business in Africa and the Middle East
16. T.S. Chan, Lingnan University, Hong Kong, Global Business in Asia
17. Muammer Ozer, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Global Business in Asia
18. Violeta A. Llanes, University of Otago, New Zealand, Global Business in Australia and New Zealand
19. Colin Jevons, Monash University, Australia, Global Business in Australia and New Zealand
20. Josef Poeschl, The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, Austria, Business in Transition Economies
21. Marin A. Marinov, Gloucestershire Business School, United Kingdom, Business in Transition Economies
22. Nevenka Cavlek, University of Zagreb, Croatia, Global Business in Europe
23. John Hill, University of Alabama, USA, Global Supply Chain Management
24. S. Altan Erdem, University of Houston-Clear Lake, USA, Global Supply Chain Management
25. Talha Harcar, Pennsylvania State University at Beaver, USA, Global E–Commerce
26. Gopal Iyer, Florida Atlantic University, Global E–Commerce
27. Gerhard Gniewosz, University of Wollongong, Australia, Social Responsibility and Cultural Values in Global Business
28. Riad Ajami, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA, Social Responsibility and Cultural Values in Global Business
29. Jan Nowak, The University of the South Pacific, Fiji Islands, Global Production, Operations, and Services Management
30. Sudhi Seshadri, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, India, Global Production, Operations, and Services Management
31. Noel Murray, Chapman University, USA, Global Marketing Management and Strategy
32. Havva J. Meric, East Carolina University, USA, Global Marketing Management and Strategy
33. Soumitra Sharma, University of Zagreb, Croatia, International Economics and Economic Development
34. Asim Erdilek, Case Western Reserve University, USA, International Economics and Economic Development
35. Tamer Kocel, Dean, Kultur University, Turkey, International Economics and Economic Development
36. Shaukat Ali, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom, International Economics and Economic Development
37. Manucher Farhang, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden, Global Relationship Marketing
38. Jean Harris, Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg, USA, International Accounting, Taxation, and Finance
39. Mehmet C. Kocakülah, University of Southern Indiana, USA, International l Accounting, Taxation, and Finance
40. Myron Kyj, Widener University, USA, Global Business in Eastern /Central Europe and C.I.S. Countries
41. Anatoly Zhuplev, Loyola Marymount University, USA, Global Business in Eastern /Central Europe and C.I.S.
42. Paul S. Marshall, Widener University, USA, Global Business Case Studies
43. Mohamed A.S. Latib, DeSales University, USA, Global Business Case Studies
44. Ekrem Tatoglu, Beykent University, Turkey, Turkish Business
45. Sitki Gozlu, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey, Turkish Business
46. Frederic Jallat, Paris Graduate School of Business-ESCP-EAP, France, Geo strategic Issues and International Business
47. Erdener Kaynak, Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg, USA, Global Business (Misc.)

LIST OF TRACKS, PANELS AND SPECIAL SESSIONS

1. Business Education, Training, and Development in Turkey
2. Company Internationalization: Experiences of Turkish Companies
3. Company Performance in a Changing Global Business Arena
4. Consumer Behavior: Cross Cultural/National Perspectives
5. Country Specific Cases of Globalization
6. Cross–National/Cultural Marketing
7. Current Issues in Transition Economies
8. E-Commerce Management
9. Economic Development of Turkey and EU Entry: Public Policy Concerns
10. Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development
11. Entrepreneurship in a Changing World
12. Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets
13. Entrepreneurship in Global Contexts
14. Global Business in Africa and the Middle East
15. Global Business in Asia
16. Global Business in Europe
17. Global Destination Tourism
18. Global E–Business
19. Global Economic Development and Higher Education
20. Global Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development
21. Global Information Technology and Innovation
22. Global Internet Usage
23. Global Management
24. Global Marketing
25. Global Marketing Management and Strategy
26. Global Publishing Opportunities in Business Administration: Publish and Perish
27. Global Sales and Marketing
28. Global Tourism: Development and Sustainability
29. Global Trade and Development
30. Global Training and Development
31. Globalization and Development
32. Human Resource Development Practices
33. Impact of Global Technology
34. International Business Competitiveness
35. International Business Development
36. International Business in Africa
37. International Business Teaching
38. International Finance and Banking
39. Issues in Emerging Economies
40. Managing the Global Marketplace
41. Marketing and Development
42. Networking, International Education and Consulting Opportunities
43. Operational Risk Management and Financial Analysis
44. Organizational Development and Business Enterprises
45. Publishing Opportunities in Business Administration
46. Social Responsibility and Cultural Values in Global Business
47. Technology Transfer and Foreign Direct Investment
48. Tourism and Hospitality Management
49. Transition Economies
50. Turmoil in Turbulent International Business Environment: Responses to Violence and Terrorism

GOODWILL AMBASSADORS

1. Ali Sevki Akay, Department of Food Economics, Akdeniz University
2. Andac Gorgulu, Department of Management, Akdeniz University
3. Basak Berberoglu, Department of Management, Akdeniz University
4. Eren Guzeloglu, Department of Management, Akdeniz University
5. Husamettin Serkan Akilli, Depoartment of Public Administration, Akdeniz University
6. M. Burak Onemli, Department of Economics, Akdeniz University
7. Nejla Arica, International Relations Department, Akdeniz University
8. Ogeday Calli, Department of Public Administration, Akdeniz University
9. Ozge Burunsuz, Department of Economics, Akdeniz University
10. Ozge Tutuncu, Department of Management, Akdeniz University
11. Pinar Baytaroglu, Department of Management, Akdeniz University
12. Z. Tugce Ciftcibasi, Department of Public Administration, Akdeniz University

CONGRESS PROGRAM SCHEDULE

WEDNESDAY, July 10, 2002

8:30 – 17:00

10:00 – 12:00
16:00 – 18:00
18:00 – 19:30

20:00 – 21:30

EVENING IS FREE TOUR TO PERGE, ASPENDOS, SIDE (Optional Paid Tour)
Please Meet at the Hotel Lobby (Pre–Booking is Needed)
IMDA, EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING (Toros 1)
CONGRESS REGISTRATION AT FUAYE
ANTALYA CITY TOUR ( For Registered Delegates, Spouses and Invited Guests) Main Attractions of Antalya
EARLY BIRD RECEPTION (Sponsored by Resort Dedeman Antalya Hotel ) (For Registered Delegates, Spouses and Invited Guests Only) Dedeman Hotel, Golfer’s Corner, Lobby Floor

THURSDAY, July 11, 2002

8:00 – 17:00
9:00 – 10:00
10:00 – 10:30

10:30 – 11:00
11:00 – 12:30

12:30 – 14:00
14:00 – 15:30

15:30 – 16:00
16:00 – 17:30

17:30 – 18:30
18:30
19:00 – 23:00

CONGRESS REGISTRATION
OPENING CEREMONIES
STATE MINISTER’S WELCOMING ADDRESS (Hotel Dedeman Resort Antalya, Aladağ Room)
COFFEE BREAK (Sponsored by IMDA)
SPECIAL PANEL I (at Hotel Dedeman Resort Antalya, Aladağ
Room
LUNCH BREAK (on your own)
SPECIAL PANEL II (at Hotel Dedeman Resort Antalya, Aladağ Room)
COFFEE BREAK (Sponsored by IMDA)
SPECIAL PANEL III (at Hotel Dedeman Resort Antalya, Aladağ Room)
IMDA, EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING (Toros 1)
LEAVE FOR AKDENIZ UNIVERSITY CAMPUS
RECEPTION AND DINNER, SHOWS, ENTERTAINMENT AND CULTURAL PERFORMANCES AT OLBIA AMPHITHEATRE

FRIDAY, July 12, 2002

9:00 – 17:00
9:00 – 10:30
10:30 – 11:00
11:00 – 12:30
12:30 – 14:00
14:00 – 15:30
15:30 – 16:00
16:00 – 17:30
19:30 – 23:30

23:30 CONGRESS REGISTRATION
CONCURRENT SESSIONS
COFFEE BREAK (Sponsored by IMDA)
CONCURRENT SESSIONS
LUNCH BREAK (on your own)
CONCURRENT SESSIONS
COFFEE BREAK (Sponsored by IMDA)
CONCURRENT SESSIONS
CONGRESS BANQUET / AWARD CEREMONIES/ENTERTAINMENT
ADJOURN

SATURDAY, July 13, 2002

9:00 – 17:00
9:00 – 10:30
10:30 – 11:00
11:00 – 12:30
12:30 – 14:00
14:00 – 15:30
15:30 – 16:00
16:00 – 17:30
18:00 – 21:00

21:00 – 23:00 CONGRESS REGISTRATION
CONCURRENT SESSIONS
COFFEE BREAK (Sponsored by IMDA)
CONCURRENT SESSIONS
LUNCH BREAK (On your own)
CONCURRENT SESSIONS
COFFEE BREAK (Sponsored by IMDA)
CONCURRENT SESSIONS
BOAT TOUR WITH COCTAIL AND REFRESHMENT
(The Boat Tour Finishes In The Old City Harbor)
DINNER AT OLD CITY (on your own)

SUNDAY, July 14, 2002

9:00 – 11:00
9:00 – 10:30
10:30 – 11:00
11:00 – 12:00
12:00 – 12:30
12:30 – 19:00
CONGRESS REGISTRATION
CONCURRENT SESSIONS
COFFEE BREAK (Sponsored by IMDA)
IMDA MEMBERSHIP MEETING (Toros 1)
CLOSING CEREMONIES (Toros 1)
CULTURAL VISIT TO PHASELIS ANCIENT CITY (Lunch at Ulupinar Historic City) For Registered Delegates and Registered Spouses and Accompanying Persons.

Date Day Concurrent
Sessions TIME VENUE
Tour program (Registered IMDA Congress participants)
Antalya City Tour (Meet at the Lobby)
18:00 – 19:30
Early Bird’s Reception (20:00-21:30) (For Registered Delegates, Spouses, and Invited Guests Only)
Aladag Pinarbasi 1 Pinarbasi 2 Pulpinar Toros 1 Club Room
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Congress Registration at Fuaye Level on Thursday through Sunday July 11-14, 2002, 9:00-17:00 and Sunday 9:00-11:00
July 11, 2002 Thursday 1 9:00-10:30 Opening Ceremony and Keynote Addresses
2 11:00-12:30 I.1
Special Panel I
3 14:00-15:30 I.2
Special Panel II
4 16:00-17:30 I.3
Special Panel III
July 12, 2002 Friday 5 9:00-10:30 II.1 II.2 II.3 II.4 II.5
6 11:00-12:30 II.6 II.7 II.8 II.9 II.10
7 14:00-15:30 II.11 II.12 II.13 II.14 II.15
8 16:00-17:30 II.16 II.17 II.18 II.19 II.20
19:30-23:30 Congress Banquet / Award Ceremonies / Entertainment Resort Dedeman Hotel Pool Side
Registered Delegates, Registered Spouses, and Registered Accompanying Persons
July 13, 2002 Saturday 9 9:00-10:30 III.21 III.22 III.23 III.24 III.25
10 11:00-12:30 III.26 III.27 III.28 III.29 III.30
11 14:00-15:30 III.31 III.32 III.33 III.34 III.35
12 16:00-17:30 III.36 III.37 III.38 III.39 III.40
18:00-21:00 Boat Tour (The boat tour finishes in the old City Harbor)
July 14, 2002 Sunday 9:00-10:30 IV.41 IV.42 IV.43 IV.44 IV.45
11:00-12:00 IMDA Member-ship meeting
12:00-12:30 Closing Ceremo-nies
12:30-19:00 Cultural Visit to Phaselis Antique City (Lunch at Ulupinar Historic City)

I.M.D.A. AND THE CONGRESS ORGANIZING COMMITTEE GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGE THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE FOLLOWING ORGANIZATIONS

FACULTY OF ECONOMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCES OF AKDENIZ UNIVERSITY, ANTALYA, TURKEY

INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION (IMDA), PENNSYLVANIA, USA

TURK TELEKOM INC.

AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY, AFYON, TURKEY

TARIS (AGRICULTURAL SALES COOPERATIVES’ UNION), IZMIR, TURKEY

FISKO BIRLIK (HAZELNUT SALES COOPERATIVES’ UNION), GIRESUN, TURKEY

KAYISI BIRLIK (APRICOT SALES COOPERATIVES’ UNION), MALATYA, TURKEY

GULBIRLIK (ROSE AND ROSE BY- PRODUCTS SALES COOPERATIVES’ UNION), ISPARTA, TURKEY

AYTAC INC. (MEAT AND DAIRY PRODUCTS), ANTALYA, TURKEY

PAMUKKALE WINERY, DENIZLI, TURKEY

YENIGUN INC. (JAM, MARMALADE, AND CONFECTIONERY), ANTALYA, TURKEY

ANTALYA EXPORTERS’ UNION, ANTALYA, TURKEY

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS PRESS (IBP) AND THE HAWORTH PRESS INC. OF NEW YORK, USA

ORIENT BASAR (ORIENTAL CARPETS, RUGS, AND ANTIQUE ORNAMENTS), ANTALYA, TURKEY

Wednesday, July 10, 2002

TOUR

8:30 – 17:00

VISIT TO PERGE, ASPENDOS, SIDE (Optional Paid Tour )

(Pre–paid delegates only. Please congregate at the lobby of the hotel by 8:30 a.m.)

IMDA EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING
10:00 – 12:00
Location: Hotel Dedeman Resort Antalya, Toros 1

CONGRESS REGISTRATION
Location: Hotel Dedeman Resort Antalya
16:00 – 18:00

TOUR PROGRAM (Registered IMDA Congress Participants)
Antalya City Tour (Meet at the Hotel Lobby)
18:00 – 19:30

EARLY BIRD RECEPTION
Location: Hotel Dedeman Resort Antalya
Golfer’s Corner- Lobby Floor
20:00 – 21:30
(Sponsored by Resort Dedeman Antalya Hotel)

EVENING IS FREE
Thursday July 11, 2002

CONGRESS REGISTRATION
Location: Hotel Dedeman Resort Antalya
8:00 – 17:00

OPENING CEREMONY
9:00 – 10:00
Location:
Hotel Dedeman Resort Antalya
Aladağ Room

KEYNOTE ADDRESS
10:00 – 10:30
His Excellency TUNCA TOSKAY, State Minister Responsible for Foreign Trade, Republic of Turkey

COFFEE BREAK
10:30 – 11:00
(Sponsored by IMDA)

SPECIAL PANEL I
Location: Aladağ Room
11:00 – 12:30

LUNCH BREAK
12:30 – 14:00
(On your Own)

SPECIAL PANEL II
Location: Aladağ Room
14:00 – 15:30

COFFEE BREAK
15:30 – 16:00

SPECIAL PANEL III
Location: Aladağ Room
16:00 – 17:30

LEAVING FOR AKDENIZ UNIVERSITY CAMPUS FOR DINNER RECEPTION, CULTURAL PERFORMANCES AND SHOWS AT OLBIA AMPHITHEATRE
Departure is at 18:30 Sharp
(Please congregate at the Hotel Lobby)

RECEPTION AND ENTERTAINMENT
Location: Akdeniz University Campus
19:00 – 23:00

OPENING CEREMONY AND KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Location: Aladağ Room
Thursday, July 11, 2002

OPENING CEREMONIES

9:00 – 9:45 Welcome Messages and Introductions

Dr. Erdener Kaynak, Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg, Congress
Program Co-chair, Executive Vice President and Director of IMDA
Dr. Khosrow Fatemi, Dean, Imperial Valley College, San Diego State University, President, International Management Development Association (IMDA)
Dr. Yavuz Tekelioglu, Dean, Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences,
Akdeniz University, Congress Co–Chair
Dr. Jan Napolean Saykewicz, Duquesne University, Congress Co-Chair, V.P. for Programs and President Elect of IMDA
Dr. Fulya D. Sarvan, Associate Dean, Faculty of Economic and Administrative
Sciences, Akdeniz University, Congress Program Co–Chair
Dr. Kip Becker, Boston University, Chairman of the Board of Country Directors of
IMDA

Welcoming Addresses
Ertugrul Dokuzoglu
Governor of Antalya

Bekir Kumbul
Mayor of Antalya

Welcoming Address
Prof. Dr. Yasar Ucar, Rector of Akdeniz University
9:45 – 10:00

Keynote Address
His Excellency Tunca Toskay, Minister of State Responsible for Foreign Trade,
Republic of Turkey
10:00 – 10:30

10:30 – 11:00 Coffee Break at the Fuaye

1.1: SPECIAL POLICY MAKERS PANEL

Hotel Dedeman Resort Antalya
Thursday, July 11, 2002
11:00 – 12:30
Location: Aladağ Room

Economic Development of Turkey and EU Entry

CHAIR: San Oz-Alp, Rector of Afyon Kocatepe University, Turkey

SPEAKERS:

1. Rifat Hisarciklioglu,, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Turkish Union of Chambers (TOBB)

2. Oğuz Satıcı, Chairman of the Turkish Exporters’ Assembly

3. Baki Alkacar, Republic of Turkey, Prime Ministry, Deputy Undersecretary of Foreign Trade

4. Vural Kural, Deputy Director, Prime Ministry, Undersecretary for Treasury, Economic Research Directorate

12:30–14:00 Lunch Break (On your own)
1.2: SPECIAL BUSINESS LEADERS PANEL

Hotel Dedeman Resort Antalya
Thursday, July 11, 2002
14:00 – 15:30
Location: Aladağ Room

Company Internationalization: Experiences of Local Turkish Companies

CHAIR: Fulya D. Sarvan, Akdeniz University, Turkey

SPEAKERS:
1. Bekir Bulend Ozsoy, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Antalya Industrialists’ and Businessmen’s Association (ANSIAD)

2. Paul Schwaiger, General Manager, Sun Express Airlines

3. Yusuf Ornek, General Manager, VASCO Tourism Inc.

4. Hilmi Unsal, General Manager, Wagner Kablo Inc.

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Coffee Break: 15:30 – 16:00
At the Lobby

1.3: SPECIAL PANEL III
Hotel Dedeman Resort Antalya
Thursday, July 11, 2002
16:00 – 17:30
Location: Aladag Room

Global Publishing Opportunities in Business Administration: Publish or Perish?

CHAIR: Erdener Kaynak, Editor–in–Chief, International Business Press (IBP), New York, London, Norwood (Australia) and Executive Editor, The Haworth Book Series in International Business

PANELISTS:

Kip Becker, Editor, Journal of Transnational Management Development
Muzaffer Uysal, Editor–in–Chief, Tourism Analysis
Khosrow Fatemi, Editor, Global Economy Quarterly
Manton Gibbs, Editor, Competitiveness Review
Boris Vukonic, Editor–in–Chief, Acta Turistica
Abbas J. Ali, Editor, International Journal of Commerce and Management
Soumitra Sharma, Editor–in–Chief, Zagreb International Review of Economics and Business
Erdener Kaynak, Editor–in–Chief, IBP International Marketing/Business Journals
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RECEPTION
Akdeniz University Campus
19:00 – 23:00
(Sponsored by Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences, Akdeniz University)

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Friday, July 12, 2002

CONGRESS REGISTRATION
Location: Hotel Dedeman Resort Antalya
9:00 – 17:00

CONCURRENT SESSIONS
9:00 – 10:30
11:00 – 12:30
14:00 – 15:30
16:00 – 17:30
Sessions are Held at Pinarbasi I, Pinarbasi II, Pulpinar, Toros I, Club Room

COFFEE BREAKS
10:30 – 11:00
15:30 – 16:00
(Sponsored by IMDA )

LUNCH BREAK
12:30 – 14:00
(On your Own)

CONGRESS BANQUET/AWARD CEREMONIES
Location: Hotel Dedeman Resort Antalya,
Poolside
19:30 – 23:30

MASTER OF CEREMONIES
Kip Becker

AWARD CEREMONIES
BEST PAPER AWARDS
IMDA INTERNATIONAL DEAN OF THE YEAR AWARD
IMDA INTERNATIONAL BUSINESSPERSON OF THE YEAR AWARD
DOOR PRICES AND BOOK DONATION DRAWS
ENTERTAINMENT: TURKISH MUSIC AND BELLY DANCE

STATE OF THE ASSOCIATION ADDRESS
Presented by Khosrow Fatemi, President of the IMDA

PRESENTATION OF VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA AS THE SITE OF THE TWELFTH WORLD BUSINESS CONGRESS OF IMDA
Presented by Ernest Neumann, Kingston College

CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Location: Hotel Dedeman Resort Antalya
Friday, July 12, 2002
9:00 – 10:30

II.1: Global Tourism: Development and Sustainability
Location: Pinarbasi I

CHAIR: Brian Mihalik, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA

SPEAKERS:

1. Tourism Risk Assessment: A Cross Regional Comparison
F. T. Mavonda, Monash University, Australia
Sebastian Vengesayi, Monash University, Australia

2. Tourism Management in Protected Natural Areas in Romania
Michaela Dinu, Romanian American University, Romania

3. Identification and Measurement of Tourism Fesources: The Case of Virginia
Sandro Formica, Institut de Management Hotelier International (IMHI), France

4. Sweepstakes: Are they a Viable Marketing Option to Promote Turkish Tourism?
John L. Beisel, Pittsburg State University, USA
Musa Pinar, Pittsburg State University, USA

SPECIAL PANEL
II.2: Turmoil in Turbulent International Business Environment: Responses to Violence and Terrorism
Location: Pinarbasi II

CHAIR: Erdener Kaynak, Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg, USA

SPEAKERS:

Education and Global Progress
Phillip W. Balsmeier, Nicholls State University, USA

2. Global Economic Integration or Militarization of the Globe
Abbas J. Ali, Indiana University of Pensylvania, USA

3. Civility, Trade, and Terror: Moving Beyond Simplicity
Riad Ajami, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA

4. American Public Attitudes Towards Flying: Pre and Post September 11 Comparisons
Erdener Kaynak, Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg, USA
Orsay Kucukemiroglu, Pennsylvania State University at York, USA

II.3: Human Resource Development Practices
Location: Pulpinar

CHAIR: Gerhard Gniewosz, University of Wollongong, Australia

SPEAKERS:

1. Human Resource Management Practices in Small, Medium and Large Firms: A
Multivariate Analysis
Muhammad Aminu Bawa, University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia
Muhamad Jantan, University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia
Juhary Ali, University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia

2. Integrated Human Resources Development Practices of the Large British
Corporations: Technology-Based Learning Dimension
Serkan Bayraktaroglu, Sakarya University, Turkey

3. Potential Effects of Job Satisfaction on Employees and Organizations: An
International Review
Ismail Bakan, Kahramanmaras Sutcu Imam University, Turkey

4. Cultural Values, Work Values, Motivation and Rewards: A Conceptual Analysis
Gerhard Gniewosz, University of Wollongong, Australia
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II.4: Cross-National Management Issues
Location: Toros 1

CHAIR: Frederic Jallat, Paris Graduate School of Business (ESCP), France

SPEAKERS:

1. Relationship Quality and Customer Loyalty in China
Y. H. Wong, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China
Peter Oswald, Pfleiderer Wind Energy GmbH, China
Lorett B.Y. Lau, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China

2. IT Outsourcing in Public Sector – A Framework for Analysis and Decision Making
Syed Zahoor Hassan, Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan

3. Regionalism and its Impact on Global Business Regionalism and its Impact on Global Business – The Case of BSEC and Turkey
Zeynep Bilgin, Marmara University, Turkey
Ven Sriram, Morgan State University, USA

4. Fortress France? Myths and Reality of a “Cultural Exception”
Frederic Jallat, Paris Graduate School of Business (ESCP), France

II.5 Operational Risk Management and Financial Analysis
Location: Club Room

CHAIR: David Weir, CERAM, France

SPEAKERS:

1. Portfolio Investment: ESP Trading Strategy in Hong Kong and in Singapore
Simon K.M. Mak, City University of Hong Kong, China
Stephen Y.L. Cheung, City University of Hong Kong, China
Chris K.C. Ng, City University of Hong Kong, China

Translation of Financial Statements Under GAP, IAS, and TAS
Dilek Leblebici, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

The Evolution of Self-Regulation of the Audit Oversight Function in Australia
Antoinette Richardson, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Irene Tempone, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

The Effect of Agency Problem on the Performance of the Istanbul Stock ExchangeCompanies
Ahmet Kose, Istanbul Commerce University, Turkey
Kemal Guven Gulen, Istanbul Commerce University, Turkey

Coffee Break: 10:30 – 11:00 At Fuaye

CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Friday, July 12, 2002
11:00 – 12:30

II.6: Tourism and Hospitality Management
Location: Pinarbasi 1

CHAIR: Muzaffer Uysal, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA

SPEAKERS:

1. Tourism and Hospitality Education in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Prince Sultan College for Tourism and Hotel Sciences – A case Study
Ali Essa Al-Shabbi, Prince Sultan College for Tourism & Hotel Sciences, Saudi Arabia

2. Global Integration of the Turkish Tourism Sector: Organizational Learning Perspectives
Serkan Bayraktaroglu, Sakarya University, Turkey
Rena Ozen Kutanis, Sakarya University, Turkey

3. The Influence of Globalization on Tour Operating Business
Nevenka Cavlek, University of Zagreb, Croatia

4. A Path Analytic Investigation of Relationship Between Destination Performance, Overall
Satisfaction, and Behavioral Intention for Distinct Segments
Seyhmus Baloglu, University of Nevada Las Vegas, USA
Ibrahim Ilhan, Nevsehir Turizm Isletmecilik ve Otelcilik Yuksek Okulu, Turkey
Shiang-Lih Chen, University of Nevade Las Vegas, USA
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II.7: Company Performance in a Changing Global Business Arena
Location: Pinarbasi 2

CHAIR: Tuncdan Baltacioglu, Izmir Ekonomi University, Turkey

SPEAKERS:

Market Orientation and Business Performance in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises: Exploring the Moderating Effects of Market Dynamism and Planning Flexibility
Cengiz Yilmaz, Gebze Institute of Technology, Turkey

The Perception of the Importance of Entrepreneurial Qualities Across Different Cultures: A First Report
Italo Trevisan, University of Trento, Italy
Johan W. de Jager, Technikon Pretoria, South Africa
Jan Grundling, Technikon Pretoria, South Africa

3. Corporate Motivations and Pressures for Environmental Citizenship Behavior: The Case of
Turkish Medicine Industry
Fatma Kusku, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

4. Motivation Factors and Reasons of Total Quality Management Implementation in the
Turkish Companies
Sitki Gozlu, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
Dilek Erertem, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

II.8: Business Education, Training, and Development in Turkey
Location: Pulpinar

CHAIR: A. Coskun Samli, University of North Florida, USA

SPEAKERS:

1. Alternative Methods to Measure Service Quality in Education Sector: The Analytical
Hierarchy Process
Ayse Kuruuzum, Akdeniz University, Turkey
Nuray Atsan, Akdeniz University, Turkey

2. Research into Determining the Personality Traits of Students Who Prefer to Pursue a
Career in Finance: The Case of the Faculty of Business Administration, Istanbul
University
Mahmut Paksoy, Istanbul University, Turkey
Gonen Dundar, Istanbul University, Turkey
Ahmet Kose, Istanbul University, Turkey

3. Management Ethics and Social Responsibility: Practices in Turkish Industry
Asli Suder, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

4. Research on the Effect of the Identity of University Lecturers and the Quality of
Lectures on Success of Employees in Organizations
Erol Eren, Dogus University, Turkey
Hakan Tat, Dogus University, Turkey

II.9: Cross-National/Cultural Marketing
Location: Toros 1

CHAIR: John S. Hill, University of Alabama, USA

SPEAKERS:

1. Correlates of Cultural Values and Message Strategies in Service Advertising
H. C. Susan Tai, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China

2. Estimating Consumer Demand for Food Safety: A Case Study of Mad Cow (BSE) Scare in Turkey
Sedef Akgungor, Isik University, Turkey

3. Prevention of HIV/AIDS in South Africa: A Social Marketing Approach
Johan W. de Jager, Technikon Pretoria, South Africa
L. de W. Fourie, Technikon Pretoria, South Africa
Jan Grunding, Technikon Pretoria, South Africa

4. A Dynamic Approach to Scenario Analysis
Sule Onsel Sahin, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
Fusun Ulengin, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
Burc Ulengin, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

II.10: Issues in Emerging Economies
Location: Club Room

CHAIR: Anatoly Zhuplev, Loyola Marymount University, USA

SPEAKERS:

1 New Product Development Practices of Urban Regeneration Units
Roger Bennett, London Guildhall University, United Kingdom
Sharmila Savani, London Guildhall University, United Kingdom

2. Globalization and the Changing Profile of Polish Commerce
Jan Napoleon Saykiewicz, Duquesne University, USA

3. Foreign Market Expansion in Newly Emerging Markets – Finnish Companies in
Visegrad Countries
Zsuzsanna Vincze, Turku School of Economics and Business Administration, Finland

4. Turkish Foreign Direct Investment in Central Eastern Europe and Commonwealth of Independent States
Refik Culpan, Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg, USA
Emin Akcaoglu, Ankara University, Turkey
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Lunch Break – On Your Own 12:30 – 14:00

CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Friday, July 12, 2002
14:00 – 15:30

II.11: Technology Transfer and Foreign Direct Investment
Location: Pinarbasi 1

CHAIR: Jan Nowak, University of the South Pacific, Fiji Islands

SPEAKERS:

1. Technology Transfer, R&D and Trade Policies
Berk Ataman, Istanbul Technical University
Zeki Orbay, Istanbul Technical University

2. The Impact of Information Technology in Developing Countries and Sustainable
Development
Kip Becker, Boston University, USA
Stewart W. Ting Chong, Boston University, USA
Ustun Alan, Boston University, USA

3. Socialization of Technology in Relationship Marketing
Aslihan Nasir, Bogazici University, Turkey

4. Strategic Alliances in the Aviation Industry: An Analysis of Turkish Airlines
Experience
Fatih Semercioz, Istanbul University, Turkey
Burak Kocer, Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey
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II.12 International Finance and Banking
Location: Pinarbasi 2

CHAIR: Mehmet C. Kocakulah, University of Southern Indiana, USA

SPEAKERS:

1. Dating a Financial Crisis with Evidence from the Asian Crisis of 1997
Kessara Thanyalakpark, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Jonathan A. Batten, Deakin University, Australia

2. The Purpose of Using Financial Derivatives: A Case of Turkish Banking Sector
Oktay Tas, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

3. Audit Committees: Provision for its Effectiveness in Malaysia
Kalaithasan Kuppusamy, Monash University, Australia
Mohamed Nazim Abdul Rahman, Monash University, Australia

4. Competition, Quality Focus and the Emphasis Given to Non-Financial Indicators in
Manufacturing Organizations
Mohd. Yussoff Ibrahim, University of Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
Daing Nasir Ibrahim, University of Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
Subramaniam Pillay, University of Sains Malaysia, Malaysia

II.13: Globalization and Development
Location: Pulpinar

CHAIR: Ahmad Fawzi Mohd Basri, University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia

SPEAKERS:

1. Peasants and Globalization
John Hurd, Norwich University, USA

2. Market-Age Index: A New Tool for Accurate Forecasting
Mehdi Hojjat, Neumann College, USA

3. Convergence and Restructuring: A Comparison of Japan and the United States
Toru Yoshikawa, Nihon University, Japan
Deepak K. Datta, University of Kansas, USA
Abdul A. Rasheed, University of Texas at Arlington, USA
Joseph Rosenstein, University of Texas at Arlington, USA

4. The Role of Distribution Systems in Economic Development: An Exploration
A. Coskun Samli, University of North Carolina, USA
Jean-Phillippe Dominguez, University of North Carolina, USA

II.14: Current Issues in Transition Economies
Location: Toros 1

CHAIR: Marin A. Marinova, Gloucestershire Business School, United Kingdom

SPEAKERS:

1. Globalization of a Transitional Economy – the Experience of Poland
Rodoslaw Gorynia, University of Warsaw, Poland
Jan Nowak, University of the South Pacific, Fiji Islands
Radoslaw Wolniak, Poznan University of Economics, Poland

2. Internationalization of Japanese Corporations in Central and Eastern Europe
Marin A. Marinova, Gloucestershire Business School, United Kingdom
Svetla T. Marinova, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
Ken Morita, Hiroshima University, Japan

3. Russia and Eastern Europe Enterprise Reform and Corporate Governance
Jennifer Foo, Stetson University, USA

3. Privatization in the Bulgarian Sector: The Impact on Bank Performance and Credit
Availability
Didar Erdinc, American University in Bulgaria, Bulgaria
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II.15: Organizational Development and Business Enterprises
Location: Club Room

CHAIR: Kamariah Othman, University Tenaga Nasional, Malaysia

SPEAKERS:

Islamic Perspectives on Organizational Development
Abbas J. Ali, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA

Islamic Principles Governing Business and Entrepreneurial Behavior
Mohammad Saeed, Minot State University, USA
Syeda-Masooda Mukhtar, Price Waterhouse Coopers, United Kingdom
Zafar U. Ahmed, Fort Hays State University, USA

Leadership in Third Rome Globalization
Manton Gibbs, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA
Ling Yuan, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA

Survivors’ Attitudes in the Aftermath of Downsizing: Assessing Effects of Organizational
Justice and ‘Best Management Practices’
Syed Akhtar, City University of Hong Kong, China
Anson K.K. Kong, City University of Hong Kong, China
Richard C.M. Yam, City University of Hong Kong, China
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Coffee Break: 15:30 – 16:00 At Fuaye
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Friday, July 12, 2002
16:00 – 17:30

II.16: Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development
Location: Pinarbasi 1

CHAIR: Gunes Gencyilmaz, Istanbul Kultur University, Turkey

SPEAKERS:

1. Customer Expectation and Perception of Services Quality (Hospital Performance) and Their
Influence on Overall Service Quality: A Special Case at a Non-Profit Hospital in Turkey
Ahmet Kara, Fatih University, Turkey
Mehves Tarim, Marmara University, Turkey
Selim Zaim, Fatih University, Turkey

2. The ISO 9000: 2000 Vision in Quality Assurance Systems and its Impact on Global Small
Business Development
Orhan Kuruuzum, Akdeniz University, Turkey
Fulya D. Sarvan, Akdeniz University, Turkey

3. Does CEO Good-bye Mean Investor Good-bye?
Antony McCloy, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

4. Cross Border Entrepreneurs- A Study of the Strategies and Competencies of Hong Kong,
Theresa Lau, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China
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II.17: International Business Competitiveness
Location: Pinarbasi 2

CHAIR: Mohamed Latib, DeSales University, USA

SPEAKERS:

1. Evaluation of Performance of Joint Ventures in Electronic, Chemical, and Earth Sectors
in Turkey
Erol Eren, Dogus University, Turkey
Aysegul Samsunlu, Dogus University, Turkey

2. Financing IT Startups: Case Study Evidence from Bulgaria
Didar Erdinc, American University in Bulgaria, Bulgaria

3. Entrepreneurial and Administrative Management Approach to New Business
Development – A Comparative Analysis
Robert Zacca, Akademia Ekonomiczna w Krakowie, Poland

4. Equity Ownership as a Strategic Tool in Global Automobile Manufacturing
Refik Culpan, Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg, USA

II.18: Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets
Location: Pulpinar

CHAIR: Phillip W. Balsmeier, Nicholls State University, USA

SPEAKERS:

1. Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development: The Necessary Ingredient for
Economic Progress
A. Coskun Samli, University of North Florida, USA

2. Fostering Entrepreneurship Through Technology Business Incubators: A Study on
Manager-Tenant Relationship
Kamariah Othman, University Tenaga Nasional, Malaysia
Yaacob Anas, University Technologi MARA, Malaysia
Shazam Juliana Abu Bakar, University Tenaga Nasional, Malaysia

3. Cross Border Entrepreneurs – A Study of the Strategies and Competencies of Hong
Kong Entrepreneurs in Emerging China Context
Theresa Lau, Hong Kong Polytechnics University, China
K. F. Chan, Hong Kong Polytechnics University, China
Ricky Ho, Hong Kong Polytechnics University, China

4. Problems, Prospects and Turkey’s EU Membership
Mensur Akgun, Istanbul Kultur University, Turkey
________________________________________________________________________

II.19: Global Information Technology and Innovation
Location: Toros 1

CHAIR: Kip Becker, Boston University, USA

SPEAKERS:

1. Consumer Attitudes and Adoption of Internet Banking: An Empirical Research
Serkan Akinci, Akdeniz University, Turkey
Eda Atilgan, Akdeniz University, Turkey
Safak Aksoy, Akdeniz University, Turkey

2. Cultural Recognition in One-to-One Internet Advertising
D. Selcen Ozturkcan, Florida Atlantic University, USA

3. The Development of Global Business By E-Commerce – A Case of Saudi Banks
Mohammed Duliem Al-Qahtany, King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia

4. E-Learning as a New Approach to Corporate Training and Development: A Case Study from Turkey
Esra Nemli, Istanbul University, Turkey
Serhat Yanik, Istanbul University, Turkey
Selim Yazici, Istanbul University, Turkey
___________________________________________________________________________

II.20: International Business Development
Location: Club Room

CHAIR: Abbas J. Ali, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA

SPEAKERS:

1. International Joint Ventures in a Diversifying Economy: A Case Study of Dubai Internet City
Ali Hammoutene, University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

2. Success Factors in New Product Development: Are the Factors Universal?
Wan Jamaliah Wan Jusoh, International Islamic University, Malaysia
Nordin Zain, International Islamic University, Malaysia

3. Determinants of FDI in United Arab Emirates
Syed Aziz Anwar, University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

4. The Economic Effects of an ERP System Implementation for a Utility Corporation
Mehmet C. Kocakulah, University of Southern Indiana, USA
Andrew Freson, Vectren Corporation, USA
______________________________________________________________________________

Saturday, July 13, 2002

CONGRESS REGISTRATION
Location: Hotel Dedeman Resort Antalya
9:00 – 17:00

CONCURRENT SESSIONS
9:00 – 10:30
11:00 – 12:30
14:00 – 15:30
16:00 – 17:30
Sessions ar Held at Pinarbasi I, Pinarbasi II, Pulpinar, Toros I, Club Room

COFFEE BREAKS
10:30 – 11:00
15:30 – 16:00
(Sponsored by IMDA )

LUNCH BREAK
12:30 – 13:30
(On your Own)

EVENING PROGRAM
BOAT TOUR (The Boat Tour Finishes In The Old City Harbor)
18:00 – 21:00

FREE TIME AT OLD CITY
21:00 – 23:00

CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Location: Hotel Dedeman Resort Antalya
Saturday, July 13, 2002
9:00 – 10:30

III.21: International Business in Africa
Location: Pinarbasi 1

CHAIR: Refik Culpan, Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg, USA

SPEAKERS:

1. Managerial Challenges of Ethical Business Practices in Africa
Gbolahan Gbadamosi, University of Botswana, Botswana

2. The Impact of Legislative Changes in the Tobacco Industry on South African Clearing the
Air
Johan de Jager, Technikon Pretoria, South Africa

3. Importance of South African Company Specific Labor Related Risk Factors for Financial
Investment Decision-Making by Global Investors
F.J. Mostert, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa

4. On the Future of International Business Research on Africa: Some Critical Thoughts
Foster Ofosu, Turku Polytechnic, Finland
Jacque Muhati, Marcus Evans, United Kingdom

III.22: Tourism and Hospitality Management
Location: Pinarbasi 2

CHAIR: Musa Pinar, Pittsburg State University, USA

SPEAKERS:

1. Developing Healthy Tourist Friendly Destinations: The Public and Private Sectors
Zaher Hallab, The University of Southern Mississippi, USA
Muzaffer Uysal, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA

2. Factors Affecting the Advancement of the Lebanese Tourism Industry
Said M. Ladki, Lebanese American University, Lebanon
Mira W. Sadik, Lebanese American University, Lebanon

3. Online Survey Process: Where Does it Fit?
Sungsoo Pyo, Kyonggi University, Republic of Korea
Brian J. Mihalik, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University

4. The Implications of the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) on the Turkish
Travel and Tourism Industry
Ibrahim Birkan, Baskent University, Turkey
Gamze Tanil, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
_______________________________________________________________________

III.23: Marketing and Development
Location: Pulpinar

CHAIR: Erdener Kaynak, Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg, USA

SPEAKERS:

1. Life-Style Orientation of US and Canadian Consumers: Are Regio-Centric Standardized Marketing Strategies Feasible?
Talha D. Harcar, Pennsylvania State University at Beaver, USA
Erdener Kaynak, Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg, USA
Orsay Kucukemiroglu, Pennsylvania State University at York, USA

2. On Exporting to the Arab Market: An Empirical Investigation of the Key Variables
Affecting the Japanese Multinational’s Export Performance
Trimeche Marouane, Kyoto University, Japan

3. Consumers’ Adoption of Internet Usage in Turkey: A Comparison Between Online
Shoppers and Non-shoppers
Serap Ekin, Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey
Sebnem Burnaz, Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey

4. The Evolution of Self-Regulation of the Audit Oversight Function in Australia
Antoinette Richardson, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Irene Tempone, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

III.24: Global Growth and Competition Through Strategic Alliances
Location: Toros I

CHAIR: Myron Kyj, Widener University, USA

SPEAKERS:

1. Networked (Interactive) Competitive Advantage
Gabriel Baffour Awuah, University of Skovde, Sweden
Desalagen Abraha Gebrekidan, University of Skovde, Sweden

2. Developing Effective Growth Strategies by Linking Business Climate and the Formation of
Strategic Alliances
K. Mark Weaver, Rowan University, USA
Berrin Dosoglu-Guner, Rowan University, USA

3. Global Linking and Local Leveraging of Firm’s Resaources
Starboard T.H. Yeung, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

4. Building Strategic Scenarios by Using Managers Mental Models
Umit Ozen, Sabanci Holding, Turkey
Fusun Ulengin, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
______________________________________________________________________________

III.25: Global Business Case Studies
Location: Club Room

CHAIR: Paul Marshall, Widener University, USA

1. Case Study: Teivovo Magazine
Carol Frodey, University of the South Pacific, Fiji Islands
Elenoa Korovulavula, University of the South Pacific, Fiji Islands

2. Sportivna Bazaar
Paul Marshall, Widener University, USA
Ekaterina Evtouchhovich, Belarussian State University, Belarus

3. Natural Waters of Viti Limited: P:ionering a New Industry in the Fiji Islands
Jan Nowak, University of the South Pacific, Fiji Islands
Jim McMaster, University of the South Pacific, Fiji Islands

4. Brand Without Boundaries – Croata Case
Durdana Ozretic-Dosen, University of Zagreb, Croatia

______________________________________________________________________________

Coffee Break: 10:30 – 11:00 At Fuaye

CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Saturday, July 13, 2002
11:00 – 12:30

III.26: Global Business Trends in the Far East
Location: Pinarbasi 1

CHAIR: T. S. Chan, Lingnan University, China

SPEAKERS:

1. Foreign Companies in China: Guanxi Strategy
David McHardy Reid, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

2. Chinese Joint Ventures: Sino/Sino, Sino/UK Perspectives
Shaukat Ali, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
Paul Buszard, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
T. S. Leung, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
Neil Morris, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

3. Is Giuanxi a Bridge for Knowledge Transfer Among Firms in the PRC?
T.S. Chan, Lingnan University, China
Matthew Yeung, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

4. When Strengths Become Weaknesses: Shanghai the New Hong Kong?
David McHardy Reid, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
______________________________________________________________________________

III.27: Entrepreneurship in a Changing World
Location: Pinarbasi 2

CHAIR: Kamariah Othman, University Tenaga Nasional, Malaysia

SPEAKERS:

1. Market Orientation and Business Performance in Small-and-medium-Sized Enterprises: Exploring the Moderating Effects of Market Dynamism and Planning Flexibility
Cengiz Yilmaz, Gebze Institute of Technology, Turkey
Nihat Kaya, Gebze Institute of Technology, Turkey
Lutfihak Alpkan, Gebze Institute of Technology, Turkey

2. Using Biometric Technology for Airport Identification and Customer Satisfaction
Phillip W. Balsmeier, Nicholls State University, USA
Blaise J. Bergiel, Nicholls State University, USA

3. The Role of Gender on Risk Taking Propensity and Tolerance for Ambiguity as
Entrepreneurial Attributes
Ferda Erdem, Akdeniz University, Turkey
Nuray Atsan, , Akdeniz University, Turkey
Beykan Cizel, Akdeniz University, Turkey
Kadriye Karakas, Akdeniz University, Turkey

4. The Gender Gap in Leadership Positions in Business Organizations
Maali H. Ashamalla, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA
John N. Orife, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA
A. Amin Mohamed, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA

III.28: Emerging Trends in Business Higher Education
Location: Pulpinar

CHAIR: Mahmut Paksoy, Istanbul University, Turkey

SPEAKERS:

1. Analysis of Progenistic and Prodigical Knowledge Management Development
Kamal Dean Parhizgar, Texas A & M University, USA
Pena-Sanchez Rolando, Texas A & M University, USA
Fuzhan F. Parhizgar, Texas A & M University, USA

2. University Students’ Approach to Corporate Identity and Corporate Image: A Comparative
Study
F. Muge Arslan, Marmara University, Turkey
A. Ercan Gegez, Marmara University, Turkey
Sahavet Gurdal, Marmara University, Turkey
Okan Tuna, Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey
A. Gulden Cerit, Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey

3. The New Role of the Professor When Teaching and Learning Leave the Classroom
Tahereh Alavi Hojjat, DeSales University, USA
Mohamed Latib, DeSales University, USA

4. Student Satisfaction, Intentions, and Retention in the U.S. Higher Education Institutions: Working Toward a Structural Equation Model
Ali Kara, Pennsylvania State University at York, USA
Oscar W. De Shields, California State University at Northridge, USA
______________________________________________________________________________

III.29: Globalization Strategies: Issues and Strategies
Location: Toros I

CHAIR: Mile Jovic, Institute of Economic Sciences, Yugoslavia

SPEAKERS:

1. Implementation of the EFQM Business Excellence Model in the Turkish Firms: Benefits and
Difficulties
Sitki Gozlu, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

2. A Phenomenological Study of Sub-Contracting Small-and Medium-Sized Enterprises and
Their Globalization Strategies and Responses: A Scottish Perspective
John Saee, IĖSEG School of Management, Catholic University of Lille, France
Olga Mouzychenko, Charles Sturt University, Australia

3. The Globalization Process: Historical Perspectives on Catalysts and Impediments
John S. Hill, University of Alabama, USA

4. Transforming an Indonesian State-Owned Enterprise (SOE) in the Context of Transition
into an Open Market: A Pilot Project Experience
Hasnil Rasyid, University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
______________________________________________________________________________

III.30: Joint Ventures and Network Alliances in Turkey
Location: Club Room

CHAIR: Ekrem Tatoglu, Beykent University, Turkey

SPEAKERS:

1. Management Practices in Different Cultures: International Influences on Culture
Ismail Bakan, Kahramanmaras Sutcuimam University, Turkey

2. The Strategic Planning Processes of Turkish Firms
Ekrem Tatoglu, Beykent University, Turkey
Omer Dincer, Beykent University, Turkey

3. Trust, Inter-Partner Conflicts, Cultural Distance, Commitment and Joint Venture
Performance: An Empirical Analysis of International Joint Ventures in Turkey
Mehmet Demirbag, PRIAE, United Kingdom
David T. H. Weir, CERAM, France
Hafiz Mirza, University of Bradford, United Kingdom

4. A Dynamic Model and Empirical Examination of Performance and Customer Satisfaction in a Non-Profit Health Care Sector in Turkey
Ahmet Kara, Fatih University, Turkey
Mehves Tarim, Marmara University, Turkey
Selim Zaim, Fatih University, Turkey

___________________________________________________________________________

Lunch Break – On Your Own 12:30 – 14:00

CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Saturday, July 13, 2002
14:00 – 15:30

SPECIAL PANEL
III.31: Business Education in a Changing World
Location: Pinarbasi I

CHAIR: Khosrow Fatemi, San Diego State University, Imperial Valley Campus, USA

SPEAKERS:

1. Impact of Technology on Global Business Education
Mohamed Latib, De Sales University, USA

2. Business Education in Ukraine
Pavlo Sheremeta, The Kiev-Mohyla School of Business, Ukraine

3. Business Education in Russian Federation
Anatoly Zhuplev, Loyola Marymount University, USA
Paul Marshall, Widener University, USA

4. Business Education in Bulgaria
Didar Erdinc, American University in Bulgaria, Bulgaria

III.32: Business Management in a Changing World
Location: Pinarbasi 2

CHAIR: Nimet Uray, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

SPEAKERS:

1. The Performance of IPOs in Istanbul Stock Exchange in the Year 2000
Suat Teker, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
Omer Ekit, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

2. Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in United Arab Emirates
Syed Aziz Anwar, University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

3. Integration versus Disintegration in Logistics Activities: Perspectives of Turkish Firms
Nimet Uray, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
Fusun Ulengin, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

4. Hugo Boss Lifestyle on Andriyivs’kyy Uzviz: What will the Transformation of the “Yunist”
Garment Factory in Kyiv Result in?
Alexandra Baklanova,

III.33: E-Business and Company Performance
Location: Pulpinar

CHAIR: Fahri Unsal, Ithaca College, USA

SPEAKERS:

1. An E-Business Case Study from Turkey: TEBA
Mustafa Murat Inceoglu, Ege University, Turkey
Fatih Gullukaya, Ege University, Turkey
Saban Eren, Ege University, Turkey

2. Developing Tactical Strengths Through Technology and E-Commerce Strategies Designed to Confront Shifting Global Challenges
Kip Becker, Boston University, USA

3. Internet Banking: Will it Receive Global Acceptance?
Fahri Unsal, Ithaca College, USA
Hormoz Movassaghi, Ithaca College, USA
Abraham Mulugetta, Ithaca College, USA

4.. The Digital Divide: The Challenges Ahead
Gurmak Singh, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

III.34: Global Resource Management Issues
Location: Toros 1

CHAIR: Elliot Wood, Curtin University of Technology, Australia

SPEAKERS:

1. Recruitment and Selection of Managers for Effective Performance in a Knowledge-Based Economy: A Sudy of HR Professionals in Singapore
Aahad M. Osman-Gani, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

2. Performance Metrics: Key to Success in Global Supply Chain Management
Abbas Foroughi, University of Southern Indiana, USA
William C. Perkins, Indiana University, USA
Mehmet Kocakulah, University of Southern Indiana, USA

3. Learning in Turbulence
Ali E. Akgun, Gebze Institute of Technology, Turkey
Halit Keskin, Gebze Institute of Technology, Turkey
Cemal Zehir, Gebze Institute of Technology, Turkey

4. The Head of the Chicken or the Tail of the Cow? Chinese and Australian Chinese
Perceptions of Leadership
Elliot Wood, Curtin University of Technology, Australia
Alma Whiteley, Curtin University of Technology, Australia
Shiquan Zhang, Curtin University of Technology, Australia
______________________________________________________________________________
III.35: Organizational and Human Resource Issues
Location: Club Room

CHAIR: Sedef Akgungor, Istanbul Isik University, Turkey

SPEAKERS:

1. Family Ownership: Typology and Implications
Sibel Yamak, Galatasaray University, Turkey
Bengi Ertuna, Galatasaray University, Turkey

2. A Dynamic Approach to Scenario Analysis
Sule Onsel Sahin, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
Fusun Ulengin, Istanbul Technical University, Turke
Burc Ulengin, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

3. The Relationship Between Job Related Characteristics and Organizational Commitment
Oya Erdil, Gebze Institute of Technology, Turkey
Halit Keskin, Gebze Institute of Technology, Turkey
Cemal Zehir, Gebze Institute of Technology, Turkey

4. Human Resources Policies of Downsizing Firms in Times of Crisis
Cemal Zehir, Gebze Institute of Technology, Turkey
Halit Keskin, Gebze Institute of Technology, Turkey
Lutfihak Alpkan, Gebze Institute of Technology, Turkey

CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Saturday, July 13, 2002
16:00 – 17:30

III.36: Global Management Development

Location: Pinarbasi 1

CHAIR: Safak Aksoy, Akdeniz University, Turkey

SPEAKERS:

1. Triple Bottom Line Reporting – A Comparative Analysis of the Social and Environmental Disclosures of Two Companies
Meropy Barut, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

2. Implementing International Countertrade: A Framework
Violi A. Llanes, University of Otago, New Zealand
Andre M. Everett, University of Otago, New Zealand
John Paynter, University of Otago, New Zealand

3. Influence of National Culture on Leadership Behavior and Management Effectiveness: A
Cross-Cultural Study of Principles
Shahid Mahmood, Institute of Leadership and Management, Pakistan

4. Utilization of Rubberwood in Malaysia: A Sustainable Issue
Barudin Muhamad, University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia

III.37: Global Marketing Management and Strategy
Location: Pinarbasi 2

CHAIR: Fred Robins, University of Adelaide, Australia

SPEAKERS:

1. Moderating Influence of Conflict within Manufacturer-Channel Member Relationships
Bulent Sezen, Gebze Institute of Technology, Turkey
Cengiz Yilmaz, Gebze Institute of Technology, Turkey

2. Tourism and Tourist Behaviors in Developing Countries: An Empirical Study in Morocco
Ugur Yucelt, Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg, USA

3. A Survey of the Factors Affecting the Receptivity of Turkish SME’s to Electronic Commerce Adoption
Ekrem Tatoglu, Beykent University, Turkey
Veysel Kula, Afyon Kocatepe University, Turkey

4. The Rewards of Reach: Cases of SME Gains Online
Fred Robins, University of Adelaide, Australia

III.38: Current Issues in Transition Economies
Location: Pulpinar

CHAIR: Andrei Kuznetsova, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom

SPEAKERS:

1. Corporate Governance in Russia: The Emerging Framework
Anatoly Zhuplev, Loyola Marymount University, USA
Vladimir Shein, Academy of National Economy, Russian Federation

2. Crisis of Governance: Why Market Solutions to Economic Problems are not Popular in Russia
Olga Kuznetsova, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom
Andrei Kuznetsova, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom

3. The Importance of Information Sought from Environmental Scanning: The Influence of Environmental Dynamism
Nikolai Wasilewski, Pepperdine University, USA
Kurt Motamedi, Pepperdine University, USA

4. A Comparison of Web Page Design in Ukraine, the USA and the UK
Myroslaw J. Kyj, Widener University, USA
Larissa S. Kyj, Rowan University, USA

III.39: Global Business
Location: Toros 1

CHAIR: G. Nazan Gunay, Ege University, Turkey

SPEAKERS:

1. Market Orientation and Globalization Among the Turkish Clothing Exporters
G. Nazan Gunay, Ege University, Turkey

2. Technology of Transfer: Strategic Alliances Approach in Malaysia Environment
Huda Ibrahim, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Malaysia
Hasmiah Kasimin, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia
Mohammed Yusoff, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia

3.. The Effects of Organizational Motivation, Managerial Encouragement, Work Group and Task Motivations on Organizational Creativity
Erol Eren, Dogus University, Turkey
Hulya Gunduz, Kocaeli University, Turkey
___________________________________________________________________________

III.40: Pot-pourri
Location: Club Room

CHAIR: Ernest Neumann, Kingston College, Canada

SPEAKERS:

1. Performance Changes in Public, Private and Foreign Banks
Ihsan Isik, Rowan University, USA
Osman Kilic, Quinnipiac University, USA

2. Corporate Motivations and Pressures for Environmental Citizenship Behavior: The Case of Turkish Medicine Industry
Fatma Kusku, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
Ilke Aydin, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

3. Whose Game is it Anyway? A Comparison of Governance Issues in Two Football Codes – The Australian Football League and the English Premier League
Julie Foreman, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

4. Redefining the Process of Development within the Context of a Knowledge-Based Global
Economy
Syeda-Masooda Mukhtar, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, United Kingdom
__________________________________________________________________________

Sunday, July 14, 2002

CONGRESS REGISTRATION
Location: Hotel Dedeman Resort Antalya
9:00 – 12:00

CONCURRENT SESSIONS
9:00 – 10:30
11:00 – 12:30

COFFEE BREAKS
10:30 – 11:00
(Sponsored by IMDA )

CLOSING CEREMONIES (Toros 1)
11:00 – 12:30

CULTURAL VISIT TO PHASELIS ANCIENT HISTORIC CITY (Lunch at Ulupinar Historic City)
13:00 – 21:00

______________________________________________________________________________

CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Location: Hotel Dedeman Resort Antalya
Sunday, July 14, 2002
9:00 – 10:30

IV.41: Miscellaneous I
Location: Pinarbasi 1

CHAIR: Abdullah Homeadan, The Institute of Public Administration, Saudi Arabia

SPEAKERS:

1. Assessing Resources and Capabilities Critical to International Students’ Satisfaction
Mark Gabbott, Monash University, Australia
Yelena Tsarenko, Monash University, Australia

2. Perceived Instructor’s Quality in Marketing Education: A Comparative Study Between New and Well Established Turkish Universities
Talha Harcar, Pennsylvania State University at Beaver, USA
Omer Torlak, Osmangazi University, Turkey

3. Business Ethics: Considerations of Purchasing Professionals
Sebnem Burnaz, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
Y. Ilker Topcu, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

4. Doing Global Education Business in Australia: Controlling the Effects of Layoff Survivor Sickness Could Help ‘Give the Edge’
Barbara Lasky, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Irene Tempone, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
______________________________________________________________________________

IV.42: Managing Diversity
Location: Pinarbasi 2

CHAIR: Narendra Reddy, The University of the South Pacific, Fiji Islands

SPEAKERS:

1. Managing Australia’s Cultural Diversity
My-Van Tran, University of South Australia, Australia

2. Restructuring Prospects for the Fiji Sugar Industry
Narendra Reddy, The University of the South Pacific, Fiji Islands

3. The Challenge of Being Number One: A Case Study of Ukranian Mobile Communications Company
Pavlo Sheremeta, Kyiv-Mohyla University, Ukraine.
Natalka Moroz, Kyiv-Mohyla University, Ukraine
______________________________________________________________________________

IV.43: Global Information Technology and Innovation
Location: Pulpinar

CHAIR: Albert Caruana, University of Malta, Malta

SPEAKERS:

1. The Effect of Anemia on Ethnocentrism Among Small Firm Owners and Managers in a Globalization and Liberalization Context
Albert Caruana, University of Malta, Malta
Saviour Chircop, University of Malta, Malta

2. Marketing Ethics in Nigerian Organizations
Linus Osuagwu, Federal University of Technology, Nigeria

3 Business Expansion of Two Polish Companies Abroad- A Case Study on KGHM and
Elektrim
Kari Liuhto, Lappenrata University of Technology, Finland

4. Internet Technology in Nigerian Business Organizations
Linus Osuagwu, Federal University of Technology, Nigeria
_____________________________________________________________________________

IV.44: Global Business Training and Development in the New Century
Location: Toros 1

CHAIR: Jan Napoleon Saykiewicz, Duquesne University, USA

SPEAKERS:

1. International Business Education in North America
A. Coskun Samli, University of North Florida, USA

2. International Business Education in Europe
Frederic Jallat, Paris Graduate School of Business, France

3. International Business Education in Latin America
Khosrow Fatemi, San Diego State University, Iperial Valley Campus, USA

4. International Business Education in Turkey
Fulya D. Sarvan, Akdeniz University, Turkey

5. International Business Education in China and Central Asia
Erdener Kaynak, Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg, USA
______________________________________________________________________________

IV.45: Miscellaneous II
Location: Club Room

CHAIR: Sebnem Burnaz, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

SPEAKERS:

1. .The Configural (Factorial) Invariance of the Brand Identity Scale
Kemal Buyukkurt, Concordia University, Canada

2. Contingent Employment in Asia: A Study of Compensation and Benefits of Contract Employees in Singapore
Aahad M. Osman-Gani, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Hesan A. Quazi, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

3. ERP Challenges in the Internet Era: A Romanian Approach
Luminita Finaru, “Al. I. Cuza” University, Romania
Doina Fotache, “Al. I. Cuza” University, Romania
_____________________________________________________________________________

Coffee Break: 10:30 – 11:00 At Fuaye
___________________________________________________________________________

The Twelfth Annual World Business Congress

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Sponsored by Kingston College, Vancouver, Canada

July 2 – 6, 2003

Preparations for the Twelfth Annual World Business Congress in Antalya, Turkey have already started. The Congress is to be held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada from July 2 through 6, 2003.

As in other Congresses, we have developed a number of interesting conference tracks and look forward to your contributions with papers, research–in–progress proposals and presentations, and special panels. If you are interested in becoming part of the 2003 Program as a Track Co-chair, please contact IMDA Secretariat at execdirector@imda.cc

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IMDA RECOGNIZES DEAN YAVUZ TEKELIOGLU AS RECIPIENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS DEAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Professor Tekelioğlu is a 1968 economics graduate of the renowned Faculty of Political Sciences of Ankara University and obtaining the state scholarship for doctoral studies abroad, from 1969 to 1974, he completed his masters and doctoral degrees at Universite de Montpellier in France. Returning to his native country, he worked for the Undersecretary for Land and Agriculture Reform of the Prime Ministry until 1977 and from then on he continued his academic career at Hacettepe University, teaching economics at different departments of the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences. In 1993 he was assigned as the Founding Dean of the Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences of Akdeniz University.

Professor Tekelioglu has given prominence to building international relations since the beginning of his career and has woven excellent personal ties with various universities and research centers in Europe. During the last nine years that he served as the Dean of his Faculty, he has invested his personal ties at such an admirable level to building up the institutional relations of his school that, it has been possible to establish international networks, organize joint conferences and mutual collaboration programs with the academic circles of various countries, at a high intensity level that is beyond the performance expectable from a young Faculty and an international identity only achievable by institutionalized universities could be created.

Beginning from the foundation of the Faculty in 1993, Professor Tekelioğlu has enabled many Turkish and foreign scholars work on and discuss a large range of topics from agriculture to industry, from health to politics, from law to international relations, from business administration to economics, from public administration to public finance, in numerous national and around thirty international academic events such as congresses, colloquiums, panels, seminars, conferences, summer schools, workshops and round table meetings, he and his staff organized in Antalya. Upon recognition of his academic achievements in the international arena, French Government has awarded him with the “Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Palmes Academiques” in 1998.

Professor Tekelioğlu achieved very close relations with the universities and research centers, especially in France, international institutions of the European Union and many domestic and foreign, public and non governmental institutions working towards international relations in Turkey, enabling hundreds of academicians, speacialists and business people to come together in an academic discussion environment, to get acquainted with each other, form bonds, share viewpoints, collaborate in joint research projects and develop friendship between nations, while actualizing the above mentioned academic events. Invitation of Professor Papayannakis, a Greek academician and also a member of the European Parliament, to give a conference at Akdeniz University and the influential messages he has given for the Turkish-Greek friendship has been one of the concrete examples of his achievements in this respect.

The international academic events Professor Tekelioğlu has organized since 1993 reflect only one aspect of his contribution to the development of international relations. His extensive collaboration with French universities, research institutes and agencies like CIHEAM, IAMM and CNRS for many years has resulted in agreements on faculty and student exchange and made it possible to organize mutual visits, joint research projects, resource and information exchange and cooperation programs for the future. Within this framework a number of academicians from his Faculty have been able to conduct research in such centers, many foreign researchers have visited Antalya to give seminars and a number of joint projects have been started. The students visiting Turkey and the students visiting other countries within the summer training program agreements signed by the Universities of Picardie and Auvergne, France, had the chance to improve themselves and also contribute to the friendship of nations. Professor Tekelioğlu’s personal contribution to these projects has been significant and indispensable.

The impact of all the above mentioned efforts on the involvement of his Faculty in international research networks also deserves to be mentioned. The Economic Reseach Center on Meditteranean Countries founded and still directed by Professor Tekelioğlu in 1997 has become a member of EuroMesCo in 2000 and FEMISE in 2001, both creating ample opportunities for the staff to carry their academic studies within international networks. Dean Tekelioglu has made significant contributions in the development of international academic networks and friendship ties between nations.

As the Congress Co-Chair of the Eleventh World Business Congress hosted by his Faculty, Professor Tekelioğlu will be widening the scope of international relations of his academic staff, providing new opportunities to get involved in international academic networks and making his Faculty still renowned among the IMDA colleagues.

For all his accomplishments in making his Faculty a modern education and research center open to the global arena with its students and staff, taking part in international academic cooperation networks, having gained an international identity with a multitude of academic events, and for his outstanding efforts as the leading role model with his dynamic, entreprising and pacifist personality, Dr. Tekelioğlu was awarded the International Business Dean Award of the International Management Development Association.

IMDA HONORS
HÜSEYİN ÇALIK
FOUNDING MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF ATAÇ CONSTRUCTION AND INDUSTRY INC.
AS IMDA INTERNATIONAL BUSINESSMAN OF THE YEAR

Hüseyin Çalık was born in Konya in 1935. After completing his primary and secondary education in Konya, he continued his education in İstanbul and graduated from the Istanbul School of Economics and Commercial Sciences in 1957. During his lycee and university education he worked for the accounting and finance departments of several big companies, gaining plenty of practical experience.
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His first major entrepreneurial attempt was the foundation of his first company as a partnership with Hikmet Ataman in Antalya. This company, known today as ATAÇ Construction and Industry Inc., has specialized in irrigation projects, dams and purification installments and successfully completed many such projects. Besides this core business area, Hüseyin Çalık made diversified investments in other sectors, such as textile, tourism, agriculture, education and communication. Some of the investments he started as a founding partner are KEPEZ Flour Factory (1974), ANTEKS Spinning Mill (1986), ANTEKS Weaving Plant (1991), Textile Finishing Company (1993), ANTEKS Garment Manufacturing Plant (1996), Antalya Fair Center (1995) and Antalya Joined Forces Holding Company (1999).The ANTEKS Spinning Mill has grown to a capacity of 60.000 spindles in 2001, producing 22 tons of carded, combed, compact, elastan core-spun cotton and slub-yarns daily. The ANTEKS Weaving Plant has steadily grown in capacity to reach 1.000.000 metres of finished fabric in one month. In the Finishing Mill all the grey cloth is dyed and finished using the latest technology. The ANTEKS Garment Factory, situated in the Antalya Free Trade Zone is now producing 1500 shirts daily. The textile group of companies has become an important exporter of textile and ready made clothing products.The biggest markets for export goods are USA, Germany, Italy and France. The major customers for the company’s textile products are GAP Inc., Express USA, Marks nad Spencer, the Benetton Group, Hugo Boss, Calvin Clein, Stefanel and Lacoste.

Çalık’s investments in the tourism area are, Best Western K.Han Hotel downtown Antalya which started in 1989 and Kemer Resort Hotel which is still under construction since the year of 2000. Çalık started his communications investments in 1998 with the foundation of ATAÇ Computer Services company which merged with DORUK Communications and Automation Industry Inc., the first company to provided internet services in Turkey, in 2000. Doruknet has now set itself the challenge of placing itself as the computer infrastructure supplier to companies working within its field.

Hüseyin Çalık is also the founding partner of Antalya College, one of the best providers of private education in the Western Meditteranean Region. He completed the construction of the facilities of the school and started education in 1980. Today this modern College Campus is comprising five schools, the Primary School, the High School, the Science High School, the Anadolu High School of Tourism and Hotel Management and the Anadolu High School of Fine Arts with an enrollment of approximately 2000 students. The College is very well equipped with

computers, laboratories, sports facilities and extra curricular activities for students and also has preparatory programs in English as a Foreign Language. German is also taught as a second foreign language.

Hüseyin Çalık has also been an active initiator of NGO’s for community services. In 1980’s he served as the Director of the Antalya Sports Soccer Club for 8 years and he was also the founding member of the Board of Directors of the Antalya Tennis Club. He was also one of the founders of the Antalya Industrialists’ and Businessmen Association (ANSİAD) and now he is chairing the Higher Consultancy Board of the same association. He is also the founding member of the Denizli and Antalya branches of TABA, The Turkish-American Businessmen Association. He is a senior and active member of many other NGO’s working for a better community, but as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Foundation for Private University of Antalya, his biggest ideal is to achieve the foundation of the private University of Antalya.

For all his proven entrepreneurial performance in a multitude of business areas, his outstanding exports enhancement and his dedicated contributions to community services, he was awarded the Businessman of the Year 2000, by the Antalya Industrialists’ and Businessmen Association.

INVITATION TO VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA

July 3, 2002

Dr. Khosrow Fatemi
President
International Management Development Association
Dean
Imperial Valley Campus
San Diego State University
7209 Heber Avenue
Calexico, CA 92231

On behalf of the Greater Vancouver Convention & Visitors Bureau, our hotels, our businesses and hospitality community, we’re delighted that you’re considering our city as the site for the 12th Annual World Business Congress to be held here next June or July 2003.

To set the stage for an outstanding meeting, Vancouver has the scenery that your delegates will rave about, activities to suit every whim, hotels for every taste, and first class convention centre that is set amongst it all. A dynamic, International City blessed with exceptional first-class hotels and state of the art facilities. Add to all this Canada’s exceptional exchange rate and you begin to see why Vancouver is one of the world’s best meeting destinations.

While our charm may entice you, we know it is our commitment to quality service that will keep you. Through our Vancouver’s Service Edge program, Tourism Vancouver will work with you every step of the way to ensure your meeting is a success. (And the records show that meetings in Vancouver have an average 14% higher delegate draw.)

Tourism Vancouver – the Greater Vancouver Convention and Visitors Bureau – and its 1,050 members look forward to welcoming your business to our region and to working with you in the near future.

Sincerely,

Rick Antonson
President and CEO

PARTICIPANT INDEX

Abdul-Rahman, M. Nazim 32
Ahmed, Zafar U. 33
Ajami, Riad 25
Akcaoglu, Emin 30
Akgun, Ali E. 46
Akgun, Mensur 35
Akgungor, Sedef 29, 46
Akhtar, Syed 33
Akinci, Serkan 35
Aksoy, Safak 35, 47
Alan, Ustun 31
Ali, Abbas J. 23, 25, 33, 36
Ali, Juhary 26
Ali, Shaukat 41
Alkacar, Baki 22
Alpkan, Lutfihak 41, 47
Al-Qahtany, M. Duliem 35
Al-Shabbi, Ali Essa 27
Anas, Yaacob 35
Anwar, Syed Aziz 36, 45
Arslan, F. Muge 42
Ashamalla, Maali H. 42
Ataman, Berk 31
Atilgan, Eda 35
Atsan, Nuray 29, 42
Awuah, Gabriel Baffour 39
Aydin, Ilke 49
Bakan, Ismail 26, 43
Bakar, Shazam Juliana 35
Baklanova, Alexandra 45
Baloglu, Seyhmus 28
Balsmeier, Phillip W. 25, 35, 41
Baltacioglu, Tuncdan 28
Barut, Meropy 47
Basri, Ahmad Fawzi Mohd 32
Batten, Jonathan A. 31
Bawa, Muhammad Aminu 26
Bayraktaroglu, Serkan 26, 28
Becker, Kip 21, 23, 31, 35
Beisel, John L. 25
Bennett, Roger 30
Bergiel, Blaise J. 41
Bilgin, Zeynep 26
Birkan, Ibrahim 38

Burnaz, Sebnem 39, 51, 53
Buszard, Paul 41
Buyukkurt, Kemal 53
Caruana, Albert 52
Cavlek, Nevenka
Cerit, A. Gulden 42
Chan, K. F. 35
Chan, T. S. 41
Chen, Shiang-Lih 28
Cheung, Stephen Y.L. 27
Chircop, Saviour 52
Chong, Stewart W. Ting 31
Cizel, Beykan 42
Culpan, Refik 30, 34, 38
Datt, Deepak K. 32
Demirbag, Mehmet 43
De Shields, Oscar W. 42
Dincer, Omer 43
Dinu, Michaela 25
Dokuzoglu, Ertugrul 21
Dominguez, Jean-Phillippe 32
Dosoglu-Guner, Berrin 39
Dundar, Gonen 29
Ekin, M. G. Serap
Ekin, Serap 39, 52
Ekit, Omer 45
Erdem, Ferda 42
Erdil, Oya
Erdinc, Didar 33, 34
Eren, Erol 29, 34, 49
Eren, Saban 45
Erertem, Dilek 28
Ertuna, Bengi 46
Everett, Andre M. 47
Evtouchhovich, Ekaterina 40
Fatemi, Khosrow, 21, 23, 44, 52
Finaru, Luminita 53
Foo, Jennifer 33
Foreman, Julie 49
Formica, Sandro 25
Foroughi, Abbas 46
Fotache, Doina 53
Fourie, L. de W. 29
Freson, Andrew 36
Frodey, Carol 40
Gabbott, Mark 51
Gbadamosi, Gbolahan 38
Gebrekidan, Desalagen Abraha 39
Gegez, A. Ercan 42
Gencyilmaz, Gunes 34
Gibbs, Manton 23, 33
Gniewosz , Gerhard 26
Gorynia, Rodoslaw 32
Gozlu, Sitki 28, 43
Grunding, Jan 28, 30
Gulen, Kemal Guven 27
Gullukaya, Fatih 45
Gunay, G. Nazan 49
Gunduz, Hulya 49, 52
Gurdal, Sahavet 42
Hallab, Zaher 38
Hammouten, Ali 36
Harcar, Talha D. 39, 51
Hassan, Syed Zahoor 26
Hill, John S. 29, 43
Hisarlikcioglu, Rifat 22
Ho, Ricky 35
Hojjat, Mehdi 32
Hojjat, Tahereh Alavi 42
Homeadan, Abdullah 51
Hurd, John 32
Ibrahim, Daing Nasir 32
Ibrahim, Huda 49
İbrahim, Mohd. Yussoff 32, 49
İlhan, İbrahim 28
Inceoglu, Mustafa Murat 45
Isik, Ihsan 49
Jager, Johan de 28, 29, 38
Jallat, Frederic 26, 27, 52
Jantan, Muhamad 26
Jovic, Mile 43
Jusoh, Wan Jamaliah 36
Kara, Ahmet 34, 44
Kara, Ali 42
Karakas, Kadriye 42
Kasimin, Hasmiah
Kaya, Nihat 41
Kaynak, Erdener 21, 23, 25, 39, 53
Keskin, Halit 46, 47
Kilic, Osman 49
Kocakulah, Mehmet 31, 36, 46
Kocer, Burak 31
Kong, Anson K.K. 33
Korovulavula, Elenoa 40
Kose, Ahmet 27, 29
Kucukemiroglu, Orsay 25, 39
Kula, Veysel 48
Kumbul, Bekir 21
Kuppusamy, Kalaithasan 32
Kural, Vural 22
Kuruuzum, Ayse 29
Kuruuzum, Orhan 34
Kusku, Fatma 28, 49
Kutanis, Rena Ozen 28
Kuznetsova, Andrei 48
Kuznetsova, Olga 48
Kyj, Larissa S. 49
Kyj, Myroslaw J. 39, 49
Ladki, Said M. 38
Lasky, Barbara 51
Latib, Mohamed 34, 42, 44
Lau, Lorett B.Y. 26, 34
Lau, Theresa 35
Leblebici, Dilek 27
Leung, T. S. 41
Liuhto, Kari 52
Llanes, Violi A. 47
Mahmood, Shahid 47
Mak, Simon K.M. 27
Marinova, Marin A. 33
Marinova, Svetla T. 33
Marouane, Trimeche 39
Marshall, Paul 40, 44
Mavonda, F. T. 25
McCloy, Antony 34
McMaster, Jim 40
Mihalik, Brian J. 25, 38
Mirza, Hafiz 43
Mohamed, A. Amin 42
Morita, Ken 33
Moroz, Natalka 52
Morris, Neil 41
Mostert, F.J. 38
Motamedi, Kurt 48
Mouzychenko, Olga 43
Movassaghi, Hormoz 45
Muhamad, Barudin 47
Muhati, Jacque 38
Mukhtar, Syeda-Masooda 33, 50
Mulugetta, Abraham 45
Nasir, Aslihan 31
Nemli, Esra 36
Neumann, Ernest 49
Ng, Chris K.C. 27
Nowak, Jan 31, 32, 40
Ofosu, Foster 38
Orbay, Zeki 31
Orife, John N. 42
Ornek, Yusuf 22
Osman-Gani, Aahad M. 46, 53
Osuagwu, Linus 52
Oswald, Peter 26
Othman, Kamariah 33, 41
Oz-Alp, San 22
Ozen, Umit 40
Ozretic-Dosen, Durdana
Ozsoy, Bekir Bulent 22
Ozturkcan, D. Selcen 35
Paksoy, Mahmut 29, 42
Parhizgar, Fuzhan F. 42
Parhizgar, Kamal Dean 42
Paynter, John 47
Perkins, William C. 46
Pillay, Subramaniam 32
Pinar, Musa 25, 38
Pyo, Sungsoo 38
Quazi, Hesan A. 53
Rasheed, Abdul A. 32
Rasyid, Hasnil 43
Reddy, Narendra 51
Reid, David McHardy 41
Richardson, Antoinette 39
Robins, Fred 48
Rolando, Pena-Sanchez 42
Rosenstein, Joseph 32
Sadik, Mira W. 38
Saee, John 43
Saeed, Mohammad 33
Sahin, Sule Onsel 30, 46
Samli, A. Coskun 29, 32, 35, 52
Samsunlu, Aysegul 34
Sarvan, Fulya D. 21, 22, 34, 52
Satıcı, Oğuz 22
Savani, Sharmila 30
Saykewicz, Jan Napoleon 21, 30, 52
Schwaiger, Paul 22
Semercioz, Fatih 31
Sezen, Bulent 48
Sharma, Soumitra 23
Shein, Vladimir 48
Sheremeta, Pavlo 44, 52
Singh, Gurmak 46
Sriram, Ven 26
Suder, Asli 29
Tai, H. C. Susan 29
Tanil, Gamze 38
Tarim, Mehves 34, 44
Tas, Oktay 31
Tat, Hakan 29
Tatoglu, Ekrem 43, 48
Tekelioğlu, Yavuz 21
Teker, Suat 45
Tempone, Irene 27, 39, 51
Thanyalakpark, Kessara 31
Topcu, Y. Ilker 51
Torlak, Omer 51
Toskay, Tunca 21
Tran, My-Van 51
Trevisan, Italo 28
Tsarenko, Yelena 51
Tuna, Okan 42
Ucar, Yasar 21
Ulengin, Burc 30, 46
Ulengin, Fusun 30, 40, 45, 46
Unsal, Fahri 45
Unsal, Hilmi 22
Uray, Nimet 45
Uysal, Muzaffer 23, 27, 38
Vengesayi, Sebastian 25
Vincze, Zsuzsanna 30
Vukonic, Boris 23
Wasilewski, Nikolai 48
Weaver, K. Mark 39
Weir, David T. H. 27, 43
Whiteley, Alma 46
Wolniak, Radoslaw 32
Wong, Y. H. 26
Wood, Elliot 46
Yam, Richard C.M. 33
Yamak, Sibel 46
Yanik, Serhat 36
Yazici, Selim 36
Yeung, Matthew 41
Yeung, Starboard T.H. 40
Yilmaz, Cengiz 28, 41, 48
Yoshikawa, Toru 32
Yuan, Ling 33
Yucelt, Ugur 48
Zacca, Robert 34
Zaim, Selim 34, 44
Zain, Nordin 36
Zehir, Cemal 46, 47
Zhang, Shiquan 46
Zhuplev, Anatoly 30, 44, 48

LIST OF COUNTRIES REPRESENTED
IN THE IMDA ELEVENTH WORLD BUSINESS CONGRESS

1. Australia
2. Belarus
3. Botswana
4. Bulgaria
5. Canada
6. China
7. Croatia
8. Fiji Islands
9. Finland
10. France
11. Italy
12. Japan
13. Korea, Republic of
14. Kuwait
15. Lebanon
16. Malaysia
17. Malta
18. New Zealand
19. Nigeria
20. Pakistan
21. Poland
22. Romania
23. Russian Federation
24. Saudi Arabia
25. Singapore
26. South Africa
27. Sweden
28. Thailand
29. Turkey
30. Ukraine
31. United Arab Emirates
32. United Kingdom
33. United States of America
34. Yugoslavia

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