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THE VALUE OF NETWORKS

The University of Greenwich Business Network Research Group invites
contributions to a Colloquium on 'The Value of Networks' to be held in
association with The Fourth International Conference on Knowledge, Culture
and Change in Organisations.

We are seeking both theoretical pieces and empirical studies on the
relationship of social networks to the value-creation process, whether
conceived as a value system, value net, or production/commodity chain. This
includes conceiving the intangible relationships intertwined with monetary
and non-monetary exchanges between firms as well as issues involved in the
valuation of these relationships themselves.

Abstracts of 150-250 words, together with a brief 15-25 word description
and up to 10 key words should be emailed to [log in to unmask] by 6
December, 2003.

To be held at the in the magnificent World Heritage listed Maritime Campus
of the University of Greenwich in London, United Kingdom, 3-6 August 2004,
the  International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change in
Organisations will address the theme of 'Knowledge and Culture -
Organisational Intangibles and their Tangible Value'. For full details see:
http://managementconference.com/

Papers presented to the conference may be published in the International
Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management.

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Dr Bruce Cronin MA PhD
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Programme Leader, MA International Business
University of Greenwich Business School
Park Row, Greenwich
London SE10 9LS
Ph: +44(0)20-8331-9786
Fax: +44(0)20-8331-9005
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