First International Conference on Critical Issues in Business and Economics (ICIBE 2009)
|Event Date/Time: Nov 05, 2009||End Date/Time: Nov 06, 2009|
|Registration Date: Nov 06, 2009|
|Early Registration Date: Nov 04, 2009|
|Paper Submission Date: Sep 01, 2009|
Â· How business and economy structured through GFC? What lessons can be learned?
Â· How is GFC operating locally, culturally and nationally?
Â· How is it operating through urban planning and immigration policies?
Â· How are emerging economies, local governments and institutions engaging with issues of
GFC? How it might effect emerging economies' banking systems, energy policies, budget
targets? What strategies are these institutions using to address GFC?
Â· Can Not-For-Profit sector and lean organizations survive the crisis?
Â· How can beliefs, values and philosophy of non-western world be help in finding solutions to
the crisis and shaping the future of the GFC?
Â· Should the scenarios on GFC be based on the understanding of western policies or othersâ€™
realities should shape the scenarios?
Â· Do national, cultural and indigenous narratives requisite in shaping international
standardization (such as IFRS). Can non-western worldâ€™s practices, approaches and solutions
be a driving force for shaping the future?
Â· What social configurations might emerge in sub-regions and in nations? How social change,
transformation and development will be resulted through global financial crisis?
Â· How it might effect business culture, multicultural management, cross-cultural marketing?
Â· What are the lessons of history in understanding and dealing with the present crisis?
Â· What happened to homo-economicus?
Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences at GÃ¼mÃ¼ÅŸhane University would like to
invite you to join us in November 2009 in GÃ¼mÃ¼ÅŸhane for the International Conference on
Critical Issues in Business and Economics.