Call for Papers

BITE accepts both full papers and abstracts. We accept only manuscripts written in English. Manuscripts written in any language other than English will not be considered. And submit your manuscript in Microsoft Word format.

All submissions to the conference will be reviewed by at least two independent peers for technical merit and content. Manuscripts should conform to Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA Style). Please include contributor’s name, affiliation, mailing address, and email address. We will remove author identifying information before manuscripts are sent to reviewers.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:


Business Administration
Business Policy and Strategy
Business Research Methods
Electronic Commerce
Financial and Banking
Health Care Administration
Human Resource
International Business
Management and Organizational Behavior
Management Education
Managerial Consultation
Operational Management
Non-Profit Sector Management
Research and Development
Social Issues in Management
Technology and Innovation


Artificial Intelligence
Big Data
Business Intelligence
Cloud Computing
Data Mining
Decision Support Systems
Digital Business and Digital Marketing
Digital Media
Information Technology Management
Internet and Web Applications
Internet Computing
Internet of Things (IoT)
Information System and Technology
Innovation Management
IT and IS Innovation
Social Media
Social Networks
Web Technology


Gambling tourism
Green tourism
Hospitality Business
Hospitality education
Hotel and restaurant management
Leisure/hospitality related topics
Leisure & Tourism
Marketing of Theme Parks
Medical tourism
Meeting, incentives, convention and exhibition
MICE marketing and management
Movie and drama tourism
Sports & Games
Tourism Management
Tourism and the environment
Tourism economic and forecasting
Tourism policy
Tourism sustainability
Travel and tourism


Labor Economics
Welfare Economics
Economic Methodology
The Economics of Strategy
International Economics
Economic Development
Household Behavior and Family Economics
Information Economics and Management
Business & Economics
Economic Policy
Law and Economics
International Economics
Household Behavior and Family Economics
Measurement of Economic and Social Performance
Prices, Business Fluctuations, and Cycles
Public Economics
Regional Economic Development