Egypt’s Future University to co-host intl conference on restructuring of global economy

_: The Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration at the Future University of Egypt will co-sponsor the 11th International Conference on the Restructuring of the Global Economy (ROGE).

The international event will take place during August 8-9 at the Säid Business School of the University of Oxford, seeking to elucidate a wealth of issues in all aspects of business management, management education, teaching and learning methodologies and many more.

The Centre for Business & Economic Research (CBER) in London is organising this prestigious academic conference in collaboration with the Journal of Business & Retail Management Research.

The international conference has a sizable following and draws academics, policymakers, and observers from all over the world.

Dr PR Datta, executive chair of the CBER, said: “It is very encouraging to see more and more Egyptian and other institutions forming international associations and partnerships. ROGE is a vital forum for academics and others to share ideas and conduct research.”

“It is critical that we find global solutions to global issues. It is wonderful that the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration at the Future University is eager to contribute.”

Professor Ebada Sarhan, president of the Future University, said: “Collaboration with the CBER is an opportunity to explore and share research as well as a path to the attainment of the ‘Partnerships for the Goals’ as a key pillar of the Sustainable Development Goals.”

“The Future University’s priority is to stay abreast with the national, regional, and international changes taking place in the interrelated fields of education, scientific research, and community development while consolidating values and professional ethics.”

Source: United news of Bangladesh