Mapping the Future: Evolving Perspectives of Global Economy
The geopolitical and economic map of the world is redrawn. Governments around the world are facing health crises, economic turbulence, institutional & governance challenges, above and beyond all at a time of geopolitical rivalry. War in Yemen involving regional powers competing for influence, Iran-USA tension since 2018 that was escalated this year after the US assassination of the commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, Conflict over Nile river between Egypt and Etiopia, protest movements against Lebanon political system, Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) trade agreement between fifteen countries in the Asia-pacific region is planned to be signed this year, the US elections in November 20202, oil war between Saudi Arabia and Russia, Mediterranean conflict over natural gas reserves. A drastic change is coming, yet it is indecisive in which direction and how it will affect the ways we live.
M&S Research Hub invites Economists and professionals to submit theoretical and applied papers in all areas of economics, management, politics, and finance for presentation at the 2020 virtual GEC conference. Papers discussing macroeconomic, political, financial projections for a New World Order, and analyze any of the existing global challenges are particularly welcomed.
*Attendee slots are fully booked.
*Submission Deadline: 25 October 2020
*All conference lectures and sessions will be held online.
1- All accepted complete papers will be published in MSR Working paper series (RePEc and SSRN indexed).
2- Selected qualified and eligible research papers will be considered for publication by the Editor of the special issue (Political Economy of Natural Disasters') at the Journal of Risk and Financial Management (ISSN 1911-8074). Manuscripts will be reviewed and might be edited according to the journal requirements. Publication charges apply, yet invited authors will receive a 50% discount on the article processing charges.
* Registration link will only be provided for authors of accepted papers. Because of limited slots, registration needs to be completed during one week from receipt of the acceptance notification, otherwise, the paper will be automatically excluded from the conference program.
Registration fees (multiple papers-up to 4): 350€
Registrtaion fees (one paper): 150 €
Registration fees (multiple papers-up to 4): 170 €
Registrtaion fees (one paper): 51 €
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Prof. Muhammad Shahbaz (University of Cambridge) and (Beijing Institute of Technology)
Biography: He is among the world’s top 10 authors in Economics category as compiled by IDEAS, and among France’s top 3 authors in the Economics category in France as compiled by IDEAS and among top-5 active researchers in developing countries declared by David Mckenzie (Chief Economists), World Bank. Muhammad Shahbaz is Professor of Economics at Center for Energy & Environmental Policy Research and School of Management & Economics both at Beijing Institute of Technology (China), Senior Visiting Research Fellow at the Department of Land Economy of Cambridge University (UK) and senior policy fellow at M&S Research Hub Institute. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from the National College of Business Administration & Economics, Lahore, Pakistan. His research focuses on development economics, energy economics, environmental and tourism economics etc. He has widely published in peer-reviewed international journals and he is a guest editor for Resources Policy, Journal of Environmental Management, Technological Forecasting and Social Change and Frontiers in Energy Research
Dr. Ahmed Badreldin (Philipps University of Marburg)
Biography: Lecturer at the Finance and Banking as well as the Department of Economics of the Middle East at the Philipps-Universität Marburg in Germany and an academic council member at M&S Research Hub Institute. He has completed his Ph.D. in the field of Asset Pricing and Islamic Finance in 2018. In 2013, he was awarded a DAAD Scholarship to complete his second Master’s degree in Economic Change in the Arab Region from the University of Marburg. His fields of research are Islamic finance and asset pricing in mixed market settings as well as the economics of the Middle East with a focus on Shadow Economy and Monetary Policy. He has several publications in journals such as the International Journal of Islamic Finance as well as a co-authored chapter in a recently published book on Islamic Banking and Financial Crisis.
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