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Introduction

How to create, sustain and develop economically progressive and professionally sound communities as based on promising, prosperous and innovative leadership, management, and entrepreneurial skills, systems etc., is a major challenge facing 21st century business and educational landscapes through unfixed socio-economic and cultural contexts. In view of the realities, it would be essential for the knowledge communities to remain intact with new business contexts for learning and be driven with research-knowledge in order to sustain and thrive ahead. Although international and national business domains across global settings have begun to witness enormous advancements and innovations, the questions relating which principles of management in which ways, have their significance on promoting economic development in today’s globalized world, remains a very sparsely studied phenomenon. Besides, binaries e.g. leadership and management, entrepreneurship and innovation etc. that pose their significance in promotion of business acumen, are yet largely unexplored areas. Also, it is not without challenges being able to identify new principles and approaches to management that can adequately be used to engage communities in practice of appropriate knowledge, and enhance new skills or acumen while driving the upcoming economic activities in new contexts. More precisely, in context of economic fluxes associated with the changes entering the domains of management discipline and business world, determining to what extent and how leadership or management, entrepreneurship and/ or innovation signify for gearing development, is a crucial question. Associated are various large number of issues and challenges which will grow at a much faster pace tomorrow. In view of these, thus, being able to perform more efficiently is the top most necessity that today’s management education with power of research knowledge has to move ahead.

With a view to addressing various strands of the above indicated issues having relevance for management concepts, approaches, skills and practices within the emerging Global, Asian and Nepalese contexts, Global College announces 1st Global International Conference on Economics and Management. The international conference is intended for engaging scholarly communities of learners, professionals and academic practitioners who would as well benefit an opportunity for their original research article to be published in the peer reviewed journals titled: Journal of Management and Development Economics and Nepalese Journal of Management Science and Research.

Papers for conference presentation may consist of research work as based on literature review (content or meta-analysis), experimental and quasi experimental research, empirical surveys, and case studies submitted for oral presentations and symposium as applicable. All submissions for conference presentations and publications thereafter are subject to approval by the scientific committee of the conference.

Authors submitting their research will participate as keynote speakers, paper presenters, discussants and commentators. Professors, professional researchers, and leading entrepreneurs from international and national belongings, are invited for keynote presentations on different sub-themes relating economics and business management. The keynote speakers will present their professional and research knowledge contributions. Thematic research papers will entail research contributions from professional researchers, university teachers presented orally, in module of symposium in the parallel sessions in presence of plenary chairs and discussants. Early stage researchers (currently perusing M. Phil or PhD scholars) are eligible to submit the papers. Master and research degree students can also submit their research papers co-authored by their supervisor faculty mandatorily for the oral presentations and symposium.

Guidelines for Abstract Submission

Abstract should be submitted in Microsoft Word format. The abstract should cover the followings:

  1. Purpose   ii. Methodology   iii. Results and Implications

Authors should provide 5-6 relevant and short key words that capture the principal topics of the paper.

The text for abstract must include the title but must not include the author’s name or affiliation anywhere in the text. There should be no content in the abstract which suggests the source of author.

Abstract (not exceeding 250 words) should be submitted to conference@gci.edu.np latest by September 30, 2019.

There would be no additional fee in case an author intending to present the second abstract. However, the second abstract needs to follow the process of a formal submission and review as was the case with the first abstract.

All the abstracts together with papers on meeting the criteria will be published in the conference handbook.

Guidelines for Full Paper Submission

Manuscript should be submitted in Microsoft Word format. Manuscript should be around 6000-8000 words in length. This includes all text including references and appendices.

Submission should include a separate title page which clearly indicates the name(s) of the author(s), affiliation(s), complete mailing address(es), telephone and fax numbers and email address(es) and the title of the paper.

The text for manuscript must include the title but must not include the author name or affiliation anywhere in the text. There should be no content in the manuscript which suggests the source of author since the manuscript will be blind reviewed.

Manuscript should be submitted to conference@gci.edu.np latest by October 30, 2019. 

Acceptance of papers will be communicated within ten days of the receipt of the paper.