FORE International Business Conference on Future of Business in the New Global Realities
Organized by: FORE School of Managemen
About This Event
About the conference
As the world order evolves due to Covid-19, it creates newer challenges and opportunities for international trade and businesses. The multinational enterprises (MNEs) as well as the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are compelled to revisit their strategies and internationalisation processes. Also, there have been several global phenomena in recent times including Brexit, United States-China trade war, growth of mega-regionalism e.g. RCEP and CP-TPP, and complex networks created through the global value chains (GVCs) and the disruptions therein, among others, which are redefining strategic orientation of the MNEs. Nonetheless, such global realities also have a significant impact on various management functions of the businesses as well as on the engagements between countries and international organisations.
Given this backdrop, FORE School of Management, New Delhi is organising a two-day online international conference to deliberate on the Future of Business in the New Global Realities. The conference aims to bring academics, researchers, and professionals from industry, chambers of commerce, think-tanks, NGOs, inter-governmental organisations, Embassies, and government ministries to virtually engage in a constructive dialogue on such a multidisciplinary theme as this. The scholars and practitioners shall together decipher a pragmatic roadmap relevant to business as well as policy-making.
- Trends in International Marketing and Consumer Research
- Global Strategy, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Knowledge Management
- International HRM, Cross-Cultural Management and Negotiations
- Trade, Debt and Finance; International Finance and Corporate Governance
- Global Logistics, Operations and Supply Chain Management
- Doing Business in Emerging Markets and Least Developed Countries
- WTO Issues, Multilateralism, Trade Agreements and Rising Protectionism
- Economic Integration and Mega-Regionalism: NAFTA, EU, African Union, ASEAN, G20, BRICS, RCEP, CP-TPP, and other RTAs/FTAs
- International Organisations: UN, UNCTAD, UNCITRAL, WIPO, World Bank, IMF
- Country Risks and the Multinational Corporations, International Law
- History of Globalisation, Economic History and Country Studies
- Trade, Resources and Geopolitics; India and the World
- Trade and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
- Contemporary issues and the business environment: Covid-19, Trade War, BREXIT, Belt and Road, among others.
Research Papers and Articles are invited from:
- Academics and research scholars across multiple disciplines
- Professionals from industry, chambers of commerce, think-tanks, NGOs, inter-governmental organisations, Embassies, and government ministries
Instructions for submission of Abstract:
- Abstract (not exceeding 250 words) in English should be submitted electronically (via email) on or before September 30, 2020. The Abstract must contain the following information: Names of author(s), their institutional/ organizational affiliation, addresses (postal and email), and mobile/ landline phone numbers. Only electronic submission will be accepted.
- Up to 4 keywords should be enlisted below the abstract. Kindly note that all the submissions should be the original work of the Author(s), and should not have been published anywhere or is not under consideration in any conference or book or journal.
- Guidelines for Full Paper (Manuscript) submission will be provided after the acceptance of Abstract.
- The full paper (including abstract and references) should not exceed 5,000 words.
- The papers will be published in an edited book (with ISBN), by a reputed publisher, only after they have been presented in the conference and after a successful peer-review process. The book can be procured on your own once it has been published and released. An intimation of the same will be sent to the delegates.
- Registration fee is non-refundable.