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International Student Research Colloquium 2023 | School of Humanities & Social Sciences

7th International Conference on Green Economy and Sustainable Growth through Strategic Change | School of Business

  • Start Date:February 22, 2024
  • End Date:February 23, 2024
  • Venue: On-Campus
  • Category: Conference

Organized by School of Business, MAHE, Dubai in collaboration with Department of Commerce, MAHE, Manipal and College of Banking and Financial Studies, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman

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Organized by School of Business, MAHE, Dubai in collaboration with Department of Commerce, MAHE, Manipal and College of Banking and Financial Studies, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman

7th International Conference on Green Economy and Sustainable Growth through Strategic Change | School of Business Organized by School of Business, MAHE, Dubai in collaboration with Department of Commerce, MAHE, Manipal and College of Banking and Financial Studies, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman When: — Where: On-Campus Category: Conference

 

Theme: Green economy and sustainable growth through strategic change

 

Conference Overview

In recent years, economies all around the world have been experiencing a protracted slowdown driven by structural, global, and cyclical factors. Economic strategies that have been implemented to tackle recession and achieve rapid economic development have endangered sustainable growth by contributing to environmental degradation, global warming, and other negative repercussions. Changing the paradigm to a green economy will boost natural capital stocks, safeguard the environment, and ensure social justice by providing practical tools and approaches to achieve sustainable growth while reducing environmental risks and ecological scarcities. A transition to a green economy, however, faces challenges such as a lack of an appropriate policy framework, inadequate capital expenditure, varying levels of development, and resource endowments.  Therefore, for green sustainable development, newer business models, strategic changes and innovation in the use of resources, responsible and cleaner business practices, and green technologies are needed.

 

The conference will draw together and engage researchers, eminent practitioners, and policymakers from countries across the globe in a number of plenary and parallel sessions that deliberate on the latest findings on practices and policies for a green economy and sustainable growth through strategic change and identify priorities for action by stakeholders to pursue the most promising policies and practices. The conference will also serve as a venue where academic peers may exchange information, share experiences, collaborate, and develop management answers to pressing business issues. The conference solicits research papers and case studies from multi-disciplinary areas related to the conference theme and six sub-themes that address management, green economy, and sustainability-related aspects.

 

 

Conference Presentations

Papers are invited in the following sub-themes:

 

Sub-theme A: Sustainable Growth

 

  • Organizational sustainability
  • Financial sustainability
  • Sustainable development
  • ESG goals
  • Sustainable finance
  • Enterprises and sustainable development
  • Sustainable transportation and tourism
  • Sustainable marketing
  • Any other contemporary topics

      Sub-theme B: Strategic Management

 

  • Business process change
  • Organizational development
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Sustainability models
  • People management
  • Process management
  • Culture and change
  • Any other contemporary topics

Sub-theme C: Green Economy

 

  • Green Finance, marketing, and supply chain
  • Strategies and Policies for a green economy
  • Eco-innovations for economic change
  • Green HR
  • Green SCM
  • Green procurement
  • Renewable energy
  • Ecosystem for a green economy
  • Green technologies 
  • Any other contemporary topics

Sub-theme D: Financial Management

 

  • Investments
  • Financial inclusion
  • International finance
  • Derivatives
  • Capital budgeting
  • Long-and short-term capital funding
  • Budgeting and control
  • Supply chain finance
  • FinTech
  • Digital payments
  • Any other Contemporary Topics

Sub-theme E: Innovation and Strategic Change

 

  • Change management
  • Innovation and creativity
  • Process technology
  • Scaling innovation
  • Post-COVID Strategic changes in organizations
  • Social innovation
  • Reverse logistics
  • Digital Marketing
  • Social media and content creation
  • Managing change
  • Disruptive technologies
  • Any other contemporary topics

    Sub-theme F: General Management

 

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Economics
  • Human resource development
  • Insurance
  • Business ethics
  • Marketing
  • Digital economy Entrepreneurship
  • Global Business
  • Operation management
  • Supply chain & logistics
  • Marketing innovation
  • HR strategies and policies
  • Serving and sourcing global customers
  • Human Performance
  • Sports Management

Submission guidelines

 

The extended abstract should be in MS Word single spaced a one-inch margin on all sides:

  • Times New Roman 12-point font and should not exceed 2 pages (including figures but excluding references)
  • Abstract should have a presentative list of references.
  • All papers must have a statement stating that it is original research that has not been published before or is currently being considered.

The full paper should be formatted as per the guidelines given below:

  • The submitted paper should be between 2000 to 5000 words.
  • The maximum limit for the paper is 10 pages (including text, figures, tables, references, and appendices)
  • Similarity index must be less than 10%
  • The research paper is required to be in MS Word format.
  • All tables, figures, and graphs should include captions, numbering, and source.
  • Citation and references should be as per the latest APA guidelines.
  • The first page of the paper should contain the title, author name, affiliation, and e-mail ID followed by the abstract.

Publication Guidelines

 

  • Papers must be original articles and must be more than 6000 words each (preferred)
  • Papers must not have been submitted elsewhere
  • Re-use of published material must be kept at bare minimum since these are supposed to be original article. Any re-use of published content must be explained, and authors must obtain permission for approved re-use
  • Details of the review process must be mentioned (at least one double blind peer review)
  • It must be made clear that only those paper that pass the review process of organizers as well as publisher will be included in the proceedings volume.

Publication Opportunities

 

  • All abstracts will be published in the conference proceedings with an e-ISBN
  • Selected papers will be published in SCOPUS Journals. Publication is also subject to satisfactory revision of papers as requested by the journal editors.
  • Article processing charges have to be paid by the authors upon the acceptance of the paper, as per journal guidelines. 

Chief Patron

 

  • Dr. Ramdas M Pai, Padma Bhushan Awardee
  • Chancellor, MAHE, Manipal

Patrons

  • Dr. Ranjan R Pai, CEO & MD, Manipal Education Medical Group (MEMG)
  • Dr. H S Ballal, Pro-Chancellor, MAHE, Manipal
  • Dr. M D Venkatesh, Vice-Chancellor, MAHE, Manipal
  • Dr. Madhu Veerarghavan, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Management, Law, Humanities and Social Sciences, MAHE, Manipal
  • Dr Sudhindra Shamanna, Academic President, MAHE Dubai
  • Dr. P Giridhar Kini, Registrar, MAHE, Manipal

Organizing Chairman

  • Dr Sunitha Prabhuram, Deputy Chairperson, School of Business, MAHE Dubai
  • Dr. Sandeep S Shenoy, Professor and Head, Department of Commerce, and Director, Compliance, MAHE, Manipal.
  • Dr. Yousuf Khamis AL Mabsali, Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs, College of Banking and Financial Studies, Muscat, Oman.

Conveners

  • Dr Kavita Tiwari, Assistant Professor, School of Business, MAHE Dubai.
  • Dr Rajani Ramdas, Assistant Professor, School of Business, MAHE Dubai
  • Prof. Thahani Iqbal, Assistant Professor, School of Business , MAHE Dubai
  • Dr. Suhan Mendon, Additional Professor, Department of  Commerce, MAHE, Manipal
  • Dr. Rashmi Yogesh Pai, Associate Professor, Department of  Commerce, MAHE, Manipal
  • Dr. Savitha Basri, Professor, Department of Commerce, Centre for Advanced Research in Financial Inclusion, MAHE, Manipal
  • Dr Anand. S, Director, Post Graduate Studies, Research and Innovation Department, College of Banking and Financial Studies, Oman

About Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal

Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE), Manipal is an Institution of Eminence Deemed to be University and a self-financing higher educational institution that started its operations in 1953 by establishing the first self-financing medical college as Public Private collaboration model. Over the years, various institutions have been added and finally, in June 1993, this group of institutions have been declared as a Deemed to be University by the Govt. of India. Its excellent track record in academics, infrastructure, and research contributions and its standing in the national and international rankings, culminated in it being declared as an Institution of Eminence Deemed to be University (IoE) by the Ministry of Education, Govt. of India, in October 2020.

 

MAHE is synonymous with excellence in higher education. Over 35,000 students from 60+ nations live, learn, and play in the sprawling University town, nestled on a plateau in Karnataka’s Udupi district. It also has nearly 3000+ faculty and almost 10000+ other support and service staff, who cater to the various professional institutions in Health Sciences, Engineering & Management, Communication, Humanities, Liberal Arts, and Social Sciences which dot the Wi-Fi-enabled campus. The MAHE has off-campuses in Mangaluru,Jaipur  Bengaluru, and Jamshedpur and an off-shore campus in Dubai (UAE). The Manipal Group, a pioneer in higher education services with more than six decades of experience in excellence, also owns and operates campuses in Sikkim, Jaipur in India, and Malaysia, and Antigua, in the Caribbean. Presently MAHE offers about 300+ programmes in 31+ streams which include undergraduate, postgraduate, and postdoctoral levels at its campuses in India and overseas.

 

In Manipal, these include educational facilities like the Simulation Lab with computer-driven Manikins, an Innovation Centre, one of Asia’s largest health sciences libraries, one of the world’s best anatomy museums, a business incubation center, and various other centers of excellence. Academic collaborations and twinning programs with several universities in the US, UK, Australia, and other countries ensure that students get international exposure and expertise.  In the QS rankings 2024, Manipal Academy of Higher Education is in the 951-1000 band, which is the best for a private Indian university. In the year 2023 MAHE ranked 6th in NIRF ranking. Times Higher Education World University Impact Ranking 2023 SDG Goals, MAHE stands 4th in Gender equality, 25th in the world for quality education. Overall, MAHE comes in the band of 301-400.

 

About the School of Business, MAHE Dubai

The School of Business (SOB), Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Dubai marks more than a decade of successful operation in UAE providing high-quality, comprehensive management education at the undergraduate, postgraduate, and Ph.D. levels. It encompasses a wide range of disciplines including Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Human Resources Management, and Logistics & Operations Management. The School prides itself on ‘empowering learners’ through a well-balanced curriculum providing a strong theoretical foundation blended with real-world experience through continuous industry interface. Our programs facilitate critical thinking, decision-making, and entrepreneurial skills and competency development programs which are required to address current and future business challenges. Our highly qualified faculty ensures the all-around development of the students, by providing them with a blend of soft skills and business acumen through the latest methods of instruction. The school also has close cooperation with a number of professional bodies like ACCA, CIMA, etc to help students in achieving parallel industry certifications. Students also have a strong foundation for pursuing graduate or professional studies in a variety of fields. 

 

    KHDA 2020 & 2022 Ratings

    In the Knowledge & Human Development Authority (KHDA), Government of Dubai, Ratings 2020 & 2022 the undergraduate and post graduate     programs is regarded as a flagship academic Program and Programs of Strength with 5 – star Rating.

 

About Department of Commerce, MAHE, Manipal

The Department of Commerce (DoC) was established in 2007 with the launch of its flagship undergraduate Programme, Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA). Currently, the department offers BBA specializations in Banking, Financial Markets, Management Accounting (Professional) and Logistics & Supply Chain, Marketing, Human Resources, Insurance, Economics, Business Analytics, Sports management and Family Business Management. It also started a Masters' Programme in Commerce (M.Com) specializing in Logistics & Supply Chain, Professional, and Banking Technology. The department has also introduced Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) Programmes namely B.Com (Professional) and B.Com (Business Process Management), and a one-year Post-Graduate Diploma (PGD) in Logistics & Supply Chain. Department is also offering four niche Programmes named MSc (Financial Economics) and MSc (Health Economics), M.Sc (Business Analytics), and M.A (Creative and Digital Marketing). Students of the Department have also bagged national and international placements in reputed organizations.

 

The Department has academic collaboration with Universities in the US, Europe, Southeast Asia, Middle East, Australia, and New Zealand. Department has tied up with Manipal Global Education (MaGE) Bangalore and National Stock Exchange (NSE) Mumbai to deliver various certification Programmes on Stock Markets. The department has tied up with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Institute of Logistics, Chennai, for the M.Com (Logistics and Supply Chain) programme. Currently, DoC hosts seven centres focused on achieving excellence in their respective domains. They are the Centre for Advanced Learning in Finance and Accounting, Centre for Managing Family Business, International Centre for Business Studies, Centre for Supply Chain Education and Research, Centre for Consultancy Training and Corporate Interface, Centre for Business Analytics and Center for economic development. The department has partnered with the following professional bodies to integrate their professional program curriculum in its program offering, the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), UK, and Certified management accountants (CMA) and Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA).

 

About College of Banking and Financial Studies, Muscat

The College of Banking and Financial Studies (CBFS) is an apex government higher education institution for educating, training, and conducting research in the banking and financial services sector in Oman. It was established in 1983 by a Royal Decree. CBFS operates under the supervision of the Central Bank of Oman and is supported by commercial banks operating in the Sultanate of Oman. CBFS is the first Government College in Oman to be accredited by Oman’s Academic Accreditation and Quality Assurance Authority. Over the past 40 years, CBFS growth has been supported by various royal decrees that have enabled the college to diversify and broaden the services provided for the banking and finance industry. CBFS offers a broad range of Diploma, Bachelor’s, and Master’s programs, in areas related to Business Administration, Accounting, Auditing, Finance, and Banking. Driven by the desire to cater to local needs, CBFS launched its own Bachelor’s degree programs in 2014-15. CBFS provides professional certifications and conducts customized and open training courses in banking and finance-related areas. CBFS has developed a research culture at the college, supports applied research, and encourages consultancy activities. CBFS contributes to the national economy and provides support in building sustainable capacity within the community.  The College are operated from its well-equipped campus at Bausher, which houses over 38 classrooms & seminar halls, 4 computer labs with Internet connectivity, Wi-Fi facility, two multipurpose halls, atrium, cafeteria and a well-stocked library with over 15,000 books and over 20 titles of scientific journals, besides the EBSCO search engine database, covering over 600 journals in wide areas and disciplines.

 

 

  • 7th International Conference on Green Economy and Sustainable Growth through Strategic Change

    Dr. Sudhindra Shamanna Academic President & Dean, School of Business

  • Category

    In AED

     

    Industry participant

    500

    Bank Details

    All payments/online transfer should be made in favor of

    Manipal Education (MENA) FZ LLC, Standard Chartered Bank,

    Swift code SCBLAEADXXX

    IBAN number AE930440000001389286701

    *Please mention name of the conference in the details of payment.

     

    Academician

    450

    Ph.D. & Masters Students

    150


    Registration fee includes conference badge, conference program, certificate of participation, refreshments, and lunch. No withdrawals are permitted after the registration. At least one author has to register for the conference to be eligible for the inclusion of the paper in the conference proceedings and program.

Deadline for Submission of Abstracts

30th November, 2023

Full Paper

15th January, 2023

Notification of Acceptance

2nd  February, 2024

Date of the Conference

22nd & 23th February,2024

School of Business, MAHE Dubai
Phone: +0097144290872

Email: icsgtsc2024@manipaldubai.com OR kavita.tiwari@manipaldubai.com

 

Department of Commerce, Manipal Academy of Higher Education

Tel: +91 0820 2925342