Academy of Global Business Theory & Practice (AGBRP) presents

*Managing Business & Economic Recovery: Perspectives in Theory & Practice*

Date: December 20-22; Place Dubai; Mode: Hybrid


Nature and Scope of the Conference

Managing business and economic recovery in an environment impacted by
health risk and geopolitical uncertainties pose enormous challenges to
governments, businesses, scientific and academic communities worldwide. As
the communities continue to face the risks of uncertainty it is critical to
study and evaluate the efficacy of policies, programs and strategies at
different levels. In this context, the 17th Academy of Global Business
Research and Practice (AGBRP) Conference invites theoretical and applied
research papers, extended abstracts, case studies, and panel sessions to
address a range of issues organized around the following tracks, but not
limited to:

Digital Technology & Human Capital, Skills and Employment:

Digital Technologies across Urban and Rural Communities; Role of digital
technology in Agriculture, Manufacturing & Services; Health Care,
Education; Tourism & Hospitality Industries, etc.; Models to advance
Occupational Skills & Workforce Mobility;

Business Policy & Strategy for Inclusive Growth & Development:

Institutional Leadership, Corporate Governance, Balancing Shareholder &
Stakeholder Interests, Global Supply Chain Issues, Impact of Offshoring &
Outsourcing on Local economies; Policy Options to Promote Competitiveness
of MSMEs;

Marketing, Advertising, Branding, Sales, CRM & Consumer Behavior:

Consumer Behavior, Services Marketing, e-Commerce, Omni-Channel Marketing,
Franchising, Branding, Digital Communication, Social Media, Global Tourism
& Hospitality, Sports & Games, etc;

FINTECH: Innovation and Transformation in Financial Services:

Mobile payment, Fintech Investment, Blokchain and Crypto, Fintech Ecosystem

International Trade & FDI, Banking, Taxation & Accounting:

FDI, M&A, Exchange rates, Taxation, Tax Havens, Banking, Islamic Finance,
Transparency & Corruption;

Entrepreneurial Ecosystems, Startups & Venture Capital:

Role of Government, Higher Education Institutions; Technology
Parks/Clusters; Incubation & Acceleration Programs; Digital Start-ups;
Street Vendors, Self-employment and Subsistence Markets; Social Enterprises
& NGOs, Self Help Groups;

CSR & Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs):

Role of Public and Private partnerships;  Contextualizing and Implementing
the SDGs; Approaches to Measure the Outcomes of the SDGs;

Conference Program CO-Chairs


   Dr. Gouher Ahmed, Co-Chair & Host Coordinator, Skyline University
   College, UAE

   Dr. Silvio Cardinali, Università Politecnica Delle Marche, Ancona, Italy

   Dr. Sivakumar Venkataramany, Dauch College of Business and Economics,
   Ashland University, OH, USA

   Dr. Rajeshwari Narendran, ML Sukhadia University & IIM-U, Udaipur,
   Rajasthan, India

   Dr. Mario Hendrique Ogasavara, ESPM, (Escola Superior de Propaganda e
   Marketing),  Sao Paulo, Brazil

   Dr. Luis Ernesto Ocampo Figueroa, Universidad de Guadalajara, Zapopan,
   Jalisco, México

   Dr. Jesús Cuauhtémoc Téllez Gaytán, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus San
   Luis Potosí, Mexico

   Dr. Neil McGregor, Newcastle Australia Institute of Higher Education,
   Singapore (a campus of the University of Newcastle, Australia)

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