24th Annual Conference International Information Management Association

The International Information Management Association was founded in 1989, with the mission to provide a unique blend of high-quality academic research combined with social interaction. The conference combines academic excellence and friendly interaction to create a collegial atmosphere that is usually missing from other conferences.


The International Business and Economy Conference is administrated mainly by Professors Carlos Jose Omar Trejo Pech of the Universidad Panamericana Guadalajara, Jay Kang from San Francisco State University and John Manley from Iona College, New York. The objective is to provide a platform for intellectual discussion among scholars and practitioners. IBEC rests on the collaboration of recognized scholars and institutions who voluntary collaborate every year.

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The IBE3 HAGAN/CIBER Summer Symposium is the collaborative effort of the IBEC (International Business and Economy Conference) Planning Committee, the CIBER-UCONN, and the Hagan School of Business of Iona College to provide a venue for colleagues in which to share and discuss current global issues affecting business, economics, the environment and education in a cross-discipline setting.

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International Conference on Modeling and Simulation

The International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Engineering, Economics and Management (MS'12 New York) is co-organized by the Association for Modeling and Simulation in Enterprises (AMSE) and the IONA College in New Rochelle, New York (USA). The conference will provide a forum for researchers, academics and students to discuss research ideas and present the recent advances in modeling and simulation and related topics.