International Conference of Restructuring of the Global Economy (ROGE) 2014 Cambridge

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  • The Acad­emy of Busi­ness and Retail Man­age­ment (ABRM) in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Inter­na­tional Man­age­ment Research Acad­emy (IMRA) will organ­ise their 2014 Inter­na­tional Con­fer­ence of Restruc­tur­ing of the Global Econ­omy (ROGE) in Cam­brdige, United King­dom on June 23 – 24.06.2014.

    Ever since the pub­li­ca­tion of the BRIC [ Brazil, Rus­sia, India , China ] report by Gold­man Sachs in 2001, the debate about the role of emerg­ing coun­tries vs. the devel­oped coun­tries in shap­ing global busi­ness has gath­ered momen­tum. A revised ver­sion of the same report enti­tled “BRICs and Beyond” by the same authors, with upward revi­sion of cer­tain growth pro­jec­tions, has added fur­ther fuel to the debate so much so that by now, most coun­tries have accepted that the world econ­omy is in tran­si­tion. In other words, the coun­tries as above joined by oth­ers such as South Korea, Mex­ico and to some extent the major Arab coun­tries and Iran and Indone­sia will exert a much greater influ­ence in world affairs aided by their increas­ing eco­nomic power. The devel­oped coun­tries, led obvi­ously by the major economies of USA, Japan, Ger­many, Britain , France and oth­ers [ the so-​called G-​7/​8 group of nations ] have accepted that their dom­i­nance in shap­ing world opin­ion will be shelved as the growth gra­di­ent of the emerg­ing economies becomes increas­ingly steeper. Nowhere has this been more reflected than in the G-​20 [Group of 20 coun­tries – devel­oped and emerg­ing] meet last year [2008] in call­ing for fis­cal stim­u­lus to induce growth to beat the reces­sion­ary forces.

    It is but nat­ural that such a chang­ing eco­nomic sce­nario calls for fresh think­ing towards devel­op­ment of poli­cies exam­in­ing macro­eco­nomic sta­bil­ity as well as fram­ing of strate­gies by firms irre­spec­tive of their sizes. Multi­na­tion­als and SMEs, all will be involved in for­mu­lat­ing strate­gies to com­pete effec­tively and grow – whether they belong to agri­cul­ture, indus­try or ser­vice sec­tors. There is intense pres­sure on both gov­ern­ments and busi­nesses to per­form and deliver. In such a sce­nario, alter­na­tive –and may even be controversial-​policies and strate­gies will need to be thought out and placed before the deci­sion mak­ing bodies.

    Many experts have pre­dicted the end of US dom­i­nance of world mar­kets fol­low­ing the cur­rent busi­ness cycle. Need­less to say, this will have strate­gic sig­nif­i­cance for the busi­nesses at large as well as for those respon­si­ble for coun­try man­age­ment. The basic objec­tive of the con­fer­ence would then be to expose the par­tic­i­pants to the chal­lenges that lie ahead as a result of the shift in the pur­chas­ing power of coun­tries in the east and the west. This could best be achieved by bring­ing together experts from var­i­ous fields-​academics and pro­fes­sion­als– to dis­cuss and eval­u­ate the options open­ing up on a com­mon plat­form namely, the con­fer­ence pro­posed. It is expected that at the end of this exer­cise, the par­tic­i­pants would be in a posi­tion to develop action­able strate­gies to put their organ­i­sa­tions on a higher gra­di­ent of growth.

    Con­fer­ence Topics

    Exam­ple of top­ics appro­pri­ate to the con­fer­ence includes:

    • Busi­ness and retail research
    • Busi­ness management
    • Busi­ness poli­cies, strate­gies, and performance
    • Care in community
    • Con­sumer behav­iour, Cus­tomer rela­tion­ship management
    • Cre­ativ­ity in Inter­net man­age­ment and retailing
    • Future of busi­ness edu­ca­tion, assess­ment meth­ods and techniques
    • Glob­al­i­sa­tion, regional inte­gra­tion, inter­na­tional busi­ness, cross cul­tural management
    • Gov­er­nance prac­tices in health care sector
    • Health and social care man­age­ment, reg­u­lat­ing in a chang­ing health and social care sector
    • How trade facil­i­ta­tion is con­cep­tu­al­ized and made oper­a­tional in dif­fer­ent emerg­ing markets
    • Human Resources Man­age­ment Prac­tices and policies
    • Infor­ma­tion tech­nol­ogy, Man­age­ment Infor­ma­tion Systems
    • Inno­va­tion and prod­uct devel­op­ment, Busi­ness strategies
    • Inter­na­tional retail­ing, all aspect of retail management
    • Inter­na­tional Trade in the Con­text of the Cur­rent Eco­nomic Climate
    • Inter­play between the G4 and trade round imple­men­ta­tion issues
    • Lan­guage and rhetoric of import sen­si­tive products
    • Link­age between Inter­na­tional Trade and Over­seas Aid
    • Link­ages between global trade and cor­po­rate social responsibility
    • Man­age­ment and retail marketing
    • Mar­ket­ing man­age­ment and strategies
    • Multi­na­tional Cor­po­ra­tions, trans­fer pric­ing, export and eco­nomic growth
    • Petro­leum and Indus­trial Engineering
    • Pri­vate and pub­lic health­care in 21st century
    • Pro­duc­tiv­ity and global sourcing
    • Pro­mot­ing patience safety in hos­pi­tal, men­tal health
    • Pub­lic rela­tions and retail communication
    • Regional inte­gra­tion
    • Remit­tances and their part in trade and export development
    • Role of tar­iff bar­ri­ers and agro-​subsidies
    • Role of the Spe­cial Safe­guard Mech­a­nism (SSM)
    • Struc­ture and cur­ric­ula of cur­rent and future busi­ness education
    • Teach­ing and learn­ing for life long learn­ing sector
    • Telecom­mu­ni­ca­tion and Mechan­i­cal Engineering
    • Trade and eco­nomic liberalisation
    • Trade-​Related Aspects of Intel­lec­tual Prop­erty Rights (TRIPS)
    • Trans­parency in gov­ern­ment procurement

    Please note that this list is only indica­tive of pos­si­ble topic areas that con­trib­u­tors may wish to con­sider while they develop their papers for the conference.

    Submission

    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) and the Inter­na­tional Jour­nal of Busi­ness and Eco­nomic Devel­op­ment (IJBED).

    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.

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