Centre for Business & Economic Research (CBER) is proud to have an established record of organising and managing international academic conferences. 10th ROGE-2020 conference will be taking place at Said Business School, University of Oxford, UK during 20-21st July 2020. This Conference seeks to elucidate a wealth of issues in all aspects of business management, management education, teaching and learning methodologies and many more. Contributions should therefore be of interest to global scholars, policy makers, practitioners and researchers in economics, business and leadership and management in both developed and developing countries.
20-21st July 2020
Who Should Attend
The maximum benefit of attending this international conference shall be to researchers, academics, management consultants, corporate professionals, corporate trainers, government officials, representatives of think tanks, social service organizations, entrepreneurs, doctoral and master’s students.
Benefits of Attendance
1. Learn and acquire cutting edge international knowledge in various disciplines of Business, Management &
Economics from internationally reputed experts.
2. Recognition of your work on international platform as a participant or paper/poster presenter.
3. All accepted full papers will be published in the conference proceedings (online version) titled “Business and
Management Review”. and abstracts in the abstract proceedings (print version only).
4. Potentially identify your future collaborative partner among international, vibrant and scholarly audience.
5. Conference attendee voting will determine recipients of conference Best Paper awards which will be considered
for journal publication,
Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, Park End Street, OX1 1HP, UK
Paper Submission Details
Authors are invited to submit original research papers, case studies, reviews, work in progress reports, abstracts, students' papers or research proposals within the broad scope of the conference. All submitted paper will be double blind peer reviewed for consideration in the conference. Papers should follow the required style and format. All manuscripts should be professionally proofread before the submission. The best papers from the conference will be recognised and will be considered for publication in one of the journals, The Journal of Business and Retail Management Research (JBRMR), The International Journal of Business and Economic Development (IJBED) andInternational Journal of Higher Education Management (IJHEM)
Authors submission will be published in the conference proceeding under The Business & Management Review and also online. Please note papers with more than three authors will not be permitted and no paper can exceed more than fifteen (15) pages in orders for it to be published in the conference proceeding. However, if a paper exceeds fifteen (15) pages then the full paper will be uploaded online and only the abstract will be published in the conference proceeding.
For submission guidelines: https://cberuk.com/conference_page&id=7049&mid=31&aid=458
Centre for Business & Economic Research (CBER) was founded in London in 2006 with the aim of inspiring, recognizing and supporting excellence in business and Economic research Currently, the Centre has three main areas of endeavour: organizing an annual cycle of international academic conferences, producing academic journals, and offering bespoke consultancy projects both in the United Kingdom and further afield.
Please note that participants are expected to book and pay for their own accommodation and travel. There are various options nearby for accommodation ranging from budget hotels to 5 star hotels to suite each individual's requirements. The conference will be taking place at the, Saïd Business School, Oxford – the following link will explain how to get there: http://www.sbs.ox.ac.uk/school/contact-us-0/how-find-us The business school is extremely easy to locate as it is situated next to Oxford Railway station. It also has the advantage of only being a short walk from Oxford Bus & Coach Station, where there is a service 24 hours a day to and from London.
The Saïd Business School is able to often accommodation, for further details see: http://www.sbs.ox.ac.uk/school/conference-venue-and-facilities-hire/accommodation For other accommodation the choice is extensive and suits a range of budgets:
www.agoda.com www.booking.com www.oxfordbedbreakfast.co.uk
www.kayak.co.uk www.inoxford.com www.yha.org.uk/hostel/oxford
From London airports
London Heathrow and Gatwick airports are linked to Oxford by The Airline coach service, which operates a direct frequent service 24 hours a day. It is also possible to travel by train from Heathrow to Oxford via London, and from Gatwick to Oxford via Reading. London Stansted airport is linked to Oxford by the National Express 757 coach service, running every two hours.
A direct service operates between Oxford and London Paddington (approximately every 30 minutes), and between Oxford and Birmingham New Street. Other services operate from the north via Birmingham New Street; from the South via Reading; and from the west via Didcot or Reading.
Frequent 24-hour direct services connect Oxford with London (peak times every 10-20 minutes).
The Oxford Tube service includes Grosvenor Gardens, Marble Arch, Notting Hill Gate, Shepherd's Bush, and Hillingdon.
The X90 service includes Victoria Coach Station, Grosvenor Gardens, Marble Arch, Baker Street/Gloucester Place and Hillingdon
For information on coaches to other major cities and airports contact National Express (tel: +44 (0)8717 818178). Coaches arrive at Gloucester Green Coach Station in the city centre.
Oxford Tube www.oxfordtube.com
National Express: www.nationalexpress.com
Please refer to up-to-date traffic information for details of all local road works and any disruptions likely to delay your journey.
Parking in Oxford
Many Oxford streets are closed to traffic and parking is severely limited. Visitors are encouraged to use the Park and Ride bus services which operate between the city centre and parking areas on the outskirts at Pear Tree, Woodstock Road (north); Water Eaton (north); Seacourt, Botley Road (west); Redbridge, Abingdon Road (south); and Thornhill, London Road (east).
Please note that Thornhill and Seacourt are often full, particularly on University Open Days. We therefore recommend that drivers coming to Oxford from the east (including London), the south and the west use the Redbridge Park and Ride, while drivers arriving from the north can choose between Pear Tree and Water Eaton.
For information on parking for the disabled in Oxford please see details of Oxford City Council's Blue Badge scheme.
For full details on parking charges: Oxfordshire county council
The Oxford Bus Company runs buses from the following Park and Ride car parks on the outskirts of Oxford:
Redbridge (south) - OX1 4XG (located off the A34 from Abingdon, Didcot and Newbury.) Approximate capacity is 1250 cars. Take the 300 bus to and from the city centre.
Water Eaton (north) - OX2 8HA. Approximate capacity is 850 cars. Take the 500 bus to and from the city centre.
Pear Tree (north) - OX2 8JD. Approximate capacity is 850 cars. Take the 300 bus to and from the city centre.
Both Pear Tree and Water Eaton are accessed from the A40 (from Witney and Cheltenham, the A4260 (from Kidlington), the A34 (from Banbury, Bicester and Northampton) and the M40.
Thornhill (east) - OX3 8DP (located off the A40 from Thame, Aylesbury, High Wycombe, London and the M40.) Approximate capacity is 850 cars. Take the 400 bus to and from the city centre.
See the Oxford Bus Company website for more information on timetables and fares for Park and Ride buses to the city centre.
Taxi ranks are located at Oxford Railway Station, Gloucester Green Coach Station and St Giles' in the city centre.
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At least one of the author(s) of the accepted paper MUST register for the conference to have their paper included in the Conference Proceedings. The participant(s) who register before receiving the decision regarding "Acceptance" of their Abstracts/full paper are not guaranteed that their submissions shall be accepted. Participants who wish to attend the conference but are not submitting any paper must also register. The registration fee is as follows:
1. Registration fee as a single participant as an author (s): £350
2. Registration fee for students` as an observer or author : £300
3. Registration fee as a corporate observer: £400
The booking deadline of this event is: 12th June 2020
To book your place please go to: https://cberuk.com/conference_registration&id=7049