International Conference on International Trade and Commerce (International trade )

Venue: Hyderabad


Event Date/Time: Jan 07, 2010 End Date/Time: Jan 10, 2010
Registration Date: Dec 31, 2009
Early Registration Date: Nov 30, 2009
Abstract Submission Date: Oct 15, 2009
Paper Submission Date: Oct 31, 2009
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International Conference on
International Trade & Commerce
7-10th January 2010

Organised by
Department of Commerce
Osmania University, Hyderabad, A.P, India

Call for research papers, case studies
The world economy is entering a major downturn in the face of the most dangerous financial shock in mature financial markets since the 1990s. This is because financial conditions are expected to remain very difficult, even assuming that actions by the U.S. and European authorities succeed in stabilizing financial conditions and in avoiding further systemic events.
In advanced countries, the crisis is now being driven by a downward spiral of loss of confidence and trust. The effects are spreading to consumers and firms, he warned, which had so far weathered the recent price hikes in oil and commodities well but were now experiencing sharply slowing demand. However, despite the emerging economies' cooling momentum, they are still expected to provide a source of resilience, benefiting from strong productivity growth and improved policy frameworks. But the longer the financial crisis lasts, the more the emerging economies' growth is likely to be affected. Keeping this impetus, academicians, policy makers , corporate executives and research scholars are requested to write papers and to participate in the “International Conference on World Trade and Commerce” which is scheduled 7 – 10th January 2010 at University – Industry hub, organized at Hyderabad, India by the Department of Commerce, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India.

Board areas:
1. International trade
2. international commerce & business
3. International Marketing
4. International financing
5. International Accounting
6. International Business Environment
7. International taxation
8. International Insurance & Banking services
9. Role of I T & E-Commerce in International Trade & Commerce
10. Role of W TO in international Trade & Commerce
11. Role of World Bank & IMF in International Trade & Commerce
12. Role of FDI & IFI in International Trade & Commerce
13. Role of the developed countries in International Trade & Commerce
14. Role of developing counties in International Trade & Commerce
15. Role of the Government Policies in International trade & Commerce
You are invited to send papers/articles, abstracts and case studies for above topics. Selected papers would be published in “Osmania Journal of International Business Studies” (OJIBS) journal. OJIBS is a referred and listed ( ISSN 00973-5672) journal and edited book entitled “International Trade & Commerce”. You can send your papers through e-mail also :;;

International Conference Secretary

Associate Professor of Commerce
University College of Commerce & Business Management
Osmania University, Hyderabad, A.P, India, Pin-500007


Department of Commerce, Osmania University, Hyderabad