The world of business is undergoing a time of considerable stress, change and in some sectors unprecedented growth. Much of the conventional wisdom concerning business education and theory is being challenged and thus it is all the more important to endeavour to elucidate what is taking place. Economic certainties look increasingly vulnerable and existing formulas appear jaded and in some cases moribund. Where once academics were fixated with global brands and multi-nationals increasingly the role of SMEs is coming to the fore. Governments from Armenia to Somaliland are keen to find ways to stimulate business and thus create local employment.
Regrettably the global economic crisis is increasingly used as an excuse for poor performance at all levels thus limiting the search for routes out of it. It should not be seen as a destroyer but as a purifier, ensuring the survival and prosperity of the fittest. The business environment has changed and will be changing more than ever in years to come - some traditionally powerful markets have weakened while others have grown, cultural and geographical distances between people are shrinking, innovation in all aspects (technology, markets, finance, etc.) has become paramount for sustainable competitive advantage. The challenge of economic development is one faced by all nations and there is an extraordinary array of initiatives that are being put into place to act as ‘economic pump primers’. Whereas once developed markets would have only been interested in how other developed economies are stimulating economic development, increasingly there is interest in how developing economies are proving fertile nurseries for imaginative and often successful initiatives. An added dimension is the role that new technologies can play.
This conference seeks to explore a wealth of issues related Business and Economic Development, contributions should therefore be of interest to scholars, practitioners and researchers in management in both developed and developing countries targeting a worldwide readership.
6-7th April 2020
Who Should Attend
Faculty members or leaders who wish to develop or enhance programmes of study into international trade and economic development.
Academics wishing to elucidate their own academic papers and benefit from subsequent discussions into issued raised.
Faculty members who wish to forge fresh contacts in their field of study.
Academics and policy makers seeking to gain a broader insight into the issue of Business and Economic development.
Academics wishing to elucidate their own academic papers and benefit from subsequent discussions into issued raised,
Doctoral and graduate students
Faculty members who wish to forge fresh contacts with professionals and scholars in their field of study,
Policy makers who are keen to gain a deeper appreciation of the current dynamics of Economic development.
Business and Management Schools,
Non-Governmental Organisations Representatives.
Benefits of Attendance
Learn and acquire cutting edge international knowledge in various disciplines of management from internationally reputed experts.
Recognition of your work on international platform as a participant or paper/poster presenter.
All accepted full papers will be published in the conference proceedings in online version titled “The Business and Management Review” and all abstract including full papers will be published in the printed version
Potentially identify your future collaborative partner among international, vibrant and scholarly audience.
Conference attendee voting will determine recipients of conference Best Paper awards which will be considered for journal publication subject to further review
Attendees will be eligible for an automatic 10% reduction on our future conferences
All participants will receive CPD certificate worth 15 CPD credits
Crowne Plaza JFK Airport
138-10 135th Avenue
Jamaica, New York 11436, USA
Paper Submission Details
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.
Dr P R Datta
Centre for Business & Economic Research
Registration for single participant (as an author): £350
Registration fee for student (both as an author or observer): £300
Registration fee for corporate observer: £400
The booking deadline of this event is: 15th March 2020
To book your place please go to: https://cberuk.com/conference_registration&id=5011