11th international conference on restructuring of global economy begins August 8

The two-day 11th International Conference on the Restructuring of the Global Economy (ROGE) will be held at the Saïd Business School of the University of Oxford on August 9.

The Centre for Business and Economic Research (CBER) of London and Egypt’s Future University will co-host the international event, seeking to elucidate a wealth of issues in all aspects of business management, management education, teaching and learning methodologies and many more.

Academics, business practitioners, and policymakers from over 25 countries will join the conference.

Topics including the global economy, artificial intelligence, higher education challenges, corporate governance, and the economic impact of emerging cyber threats will be discussed at the 11the edition of ROGE.

Several international experts, including Dr Mike Wagner of the University of Cincinnati, Professor Nagwa Khashba of Future University, Professor Beheruz N Sethna, president emeritus at the University of West Georgia, Chris Bellamy, professor emeritus at the University of Greenwich, Ghanaian Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture Ibrahim Mohammed Awal, Selva Pankaj, CEO of Regent Group, UK, will give keynote addresses at this conference.

Jo-Ann Rolle, dean of School of Business of the City University of New York, Professor Padmakali Banerjee, vice-chancellor of Sir Padampat Singhania University, Professor Alan Parkinson, principal teaching fellow at the University College London, Dr Warren Matthews of Belhaven University, Professor Peter Cook of the University of Wollongong, Srini Sampalli, professor at Dalhousie University, Professor Deepraj Mukherjee of Kent State University, Professor Hoda Abd El Hamid Ali Mohamed of Future University, Professor Srinivasan R Iyengar, of the University of Mumbai, and Professor David Graves of the CBER also speak at the international event.

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

PR Datta, chair of the conference and executive chair of the CBER said: “I am confident that such an international event will benefit all researchers in their pursuit of research, scholarship, and practice.”

Professor Ebada Sarhan, president of Future University, welcomed the collaboration with the CBER.

“Hosting this conference in cooperation with the CBER provides a chance to study and share research and a road to achieving the ‘Partnership for the Goals’ as a fundamental pillar of the Sustainable Development Goals,” Ebada Sarhan said.

Source: United News of Bangladesh