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About the conferenceGrowth, Globalization and Governance (3G) are holograms of change management. It has changed the way businesses and Governance was done in the past. Technology has killed the distance, developed ways of interaction and exchange between and among diverse and divided business houses, societies and Government entities. Nevertheless, every business entity has his own constraints, customers and competitors as well as its own ways, strategy and formula for Growth and Governance. Every Country, Society and Business Units is confronted with challenges and threats of Growth, Globalization and Governance depending on their possessions and position in the society, market and international arena. By 2025, the world population will cross 8 billion marks. Global Gurus predict that next 15-20 years are going to be the most critical for the world economy; strategic resources are diminishing, climate is changing rapidly and more unprecedented changes are likely to happen.To survive and thrive of 2025 and beyond, business firms and societal organizations have to have foresights and insights about the forthcoming Promises and Challenges of 2025 and Beyond, and also how the business ecosystems are likely to evolve and finally what kinds of governance will be required to meet the future needs of energy, food, water, urban housing, transportation, health, safety and many other essentials of civilization.
In Association With Publication Partner Szechenyi Istvan University (Hungary) St. Cloud State University (USA) Emerald publisher
This conference aims to provide a platform for discussing the needs, problems and solutions of the 3G and reflect on what policy initiatives are required to achieve a sustainable balance between the 3G by 2025 and beyond. The concept of 3G is no more viewed in terms of only economic analysis and its thematic appreciation is not restricted to any disciplinary boundary therefore we welcome researchers, intellectuals, teachers, professors, national and international scientists, economists, business leaders, politician and social activists to debate and share their thoughts, ideas and views on meeting the challenges of 2025 and beyond.The foundation of this conference rests on the spirit of exchange and engagement. The programme will include keynote address and panel discussions by leading experts, presentations by researchers and practitioners, informal conversations and dialogues through idea café for mutual sharing and enrichment. In the idyllic setting of Jaipur City, the mood and spirit of this event will be that of a retreat for collective and collaborative introspection and reinvention of the ways and means for supporting and sustaining the livelihood of 8.2+ billion people of the planet by 2025.
- Conference Patron : Shri Bharat Hari Singhania, Chancellor, JKLU
- Conference Chair : Prof. Swapan Kumar Majumdar, Director- Institute of Management, JKLU
- Conference Co-chair : Prof.Ben Baliga, St. Cloud State University, USA
Prof. Laszlo Jozsa, Professor, Szechenyi Istvan University, Hungary
Keynote Speaker Prof. David Hariss, St. Cloud State University, USA
- Prof. Amit Jain
- Prof. Anupam Saxena
- Prof. Lokanath Mishra
Call for PapersInstitute of Management, JK Lakshmipat University invites original and unpublished research papers from academicians, corporates, research scholars and students from all around the globe. The papers should address the conference theme as well as the following sub-themes.
Conference Sub-Themes:1. Make in India & Make for India: Opportunities and Challenges• Product Development & Customizations• Sustainable & World Class Manufacturing• Supply Chain & Logistics Challenges• E-business & Service Economy• Human Capital & Skills Development• Role of Higher Education2. Growth & Global Competitiveness• Inclusive Growth & Global Competitiveness• Knowledge Management• Financial Services• Evolution in Offshoring & Outsourcing models• Green Marketing & Sustainability Issues• International & Intercultural Marketing• Market Orientation3. Growth & Governance• Role of ICT in Governance• Changing Consumer Behavior & Management of Change• Corporate Disclosures & Integrated Reporting• CSR & Corporate Governance Interrelationship• Channelizing CSR for Corporate Growth• IPR, Cyber laws & Policy issues• Social Media and its impact• Talent Management4. MSMEs and Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets• New Thinking & Emerging Frameworks• Invention, Innovation & Breakthroughs• The role of PSUs, NGOs and Emerging Public-Private Partnerships• Rural Economy & Social Entrepreneurship5. Growth & Structural Transformation• Demography, Democracy, Discipline and Delivery• Multidimensional Poverty & Human Development• Agrarian Crisis & Food Security• Spatial Developmental & Regional Inequalities• Economic Liberalization & Financial Inclusions• Marketing to Bottom of Pyramid• Humanitarian Logistics & Disaster Relief• Tele Medicines & Mobile Technologies for Healthcare ApplicationsNote: The topics given under Sub-themes are only illustrious in nature and authors are welcome to submit their paper from any area addressing the conference themes and sub-themes.
Time Line1. Full Paper Submission Date – 10th. September 20152. Review Comments – 25th September 20153. Final Paper Submission after review comments – 30st October 20154. Final Registration Date (Submission of Conference Registration fees) – Within 5 working days of the acceptance of full Paper.Note- Papers submitted after the submission date will be considered for oral presentation only
Best Paper AwardThe full paper submitted and presented at the conference will be considered for the Best Paper Award in each track (provided that at least 10 papers are presented in the particular track). Selection will be made by the jury of external experts. The criteria for selection of the Best Paper Award will include two stage evaluations:1. Review committee will evaluate the paper and award score out of 50 on the parameters like:• Originality of Ideas• Research Design• Depth of Analysis• Quality of Discussions• Implication of the Study2. The respective session chair will evaluate the paper and award score out of 50 on the parameters like:• Presentation Skills• Question & answersThe winner will be awarded with a plaque, certificate and cash prize of Rs. 10,000/-.
Publication of Full PapersSelected papers of the conference will be published in an edited volume titled “Growth, Globalization and Governance: Promises and Challenges- 2025 and Beyond” by “Emerald Publisher” with ISBN number. The edited volume will be released in the opening ceremony of the conference on 22nd January, 2016. For a paper to be considered for publication, all the authors have to be necessarily registered for the conference and submit their full paper with in the timeline of final submission.
Registration FeesRegistration Fees Non-Residential ResidentialForeign Delegates/Academicians USD 250 USD350Foreign Research Scholars/Students USD200 USD300Indian Corporate Delegates Rs.5,000 Rs.5,000+ 1,200/ day**Indian Academicians Rs.3,000 Rs.3,000+ 1,200/day **Indian Research Scholars Rs.2,500 Rs.2,500 + 1,200/day*Indian P.G. Students Rs. 1,000 Rs.1,000 + 350/day*Registration fees includes conference souvenir, book, breakfast, lunch and Gala Dinner* Hostel Charges including dinner**Limited subsidized accommodation (including dinner) on a twin sharing basis will be arranged on first-cum-first serve basis in MDC of the University. For additional members accompanying the paper presenters and conference attendees additional Rs.1500 would be charged per day.# “Cancellation or withdrawal of registration is not permissible once registered and registration fees is not refundable.”
City TourConference Secretariat will organize half day Jaipur City tour for the interested participants on last day of the conference. The detailed itinerary regarding the same will be available at the conference registration desk.
Guidelines for the Authors1. Authors are requested to submit the abstract/ Full paper at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. The manuscript should be in Ms-word format, double spaced, with 1-inch margins with “Times New Roman, font size 12, black”.3. In the first page of the paper (Cover page) , please provide full names ( first, middle and last names) and full addresses (Institute’s address along with designation and correspondence address) along with email address of the author(s). The author’s name or affiliations should not appear anywhere else in the body of the manuscript to facilitate in blind peer review process.4. The actual paper should commence from the second page containing the title followed by the abstract, keywords, JEL classification, and the main paper.5. The abstract, followed by relevant keywords and JEL classification, should not be more than 250 words and should adequately describe the work and highlight its significance. The abstract only include text. Avoid the use of abbreviations and references in the abstract.6. The manuscript should not be more than 5000 words including tables, figures, and appendix given at the end.7. Table should be numbered consecutively. The title of the table should be placed above the table. The source should be indicated at the bottom.8. Figures/ diagrams/ graphs should be numbered consecutively. Wherever necessary, the source should be indicated at the bottom. The figures should also be given relevant titles.9. References should be included at the end of the paper and arranged in alphabetical order.10. The references must follow the style guide of the American Psychological Association (APA).11. The primary heading should be in capitalized form (upper case), and bold face. The sub-headings should be in title-case capitalization (first letter of each word in capital) and in bold.12. The paper should not have been presented / published previously. It should also not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. Please note that in order to verify originality, your article may be checked by the originality detection service.13. Authors needing assistance should contact conference secretariat.
Review ProcessAll manuscripts submitted to “3rd International Conference on Growth, Globalization and Governance” will be subjected to double blind peer review. Reviewers’ comments will be shared with the authors, if necessary. For further queries email at Chair3g@jklu.edu.in or firstname.lastname@example.org
About the UniversityJK Lakshmipat University was established as a private university under the Rajasthan Private Universities Act by “Lakshmipat Singhania Foundation for Higher Learning” in the year 2011. The explicit purpose of the University is to turn knowledge into wisdom by providing the cutting-edge holistic learning with globally relevant, future-ready and actionable intelligence, the education, research, training and consultancy. The University is committed to design, deliver, disseminate and demonstrate excellence in management and engineering education. Institute of Management & Institute of Engineering and Technology of the University has been established for honing the skills of future professionals to make them competent to face challenges.
Reaching UniversityJaipur is a heritage city and perhaps the most colourful tourist destination in India, well-connected by air, rail and roads to all the major cities. The University is located on the main Ajmer Road (NH 8) Nr. Mahindra SEZ and can be reached via Mahapura, opposite Kanchan Kesari Resort on Ajmer Road (NH8). It is located at a distance of approximately 18 Km from the Jaipur Railway Station and 25 Km from Airport. Taxis and Auto Rickshaws are available for the University.By Air: The nearest airport is the Sanganer Airport at a distance of around 11 Km from the city centre. There are direct flights to Delhi, Mumbai, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Aurangabad and some other major cities from Jaipur.By Rail: From Delhi, there are many trains that connect Jaipur and other cities in Rajasthan; foremost among them is the Palace on Wheels. Other important trains from Delhi include, Shatabdi Express, Double Decker, and Pink City Express.By Road: Jaipur is connected directly to Delhi by a well-maintained road. The city is also connected to most of the tourist destinations in Rajasthan.
For further information, please contact:
- Prof. Amit Jain; +91-9784963090
- Prof. Anupam Saxena; +91-9810999603
- Prof. Lokanath Mishra; +91-7727875425
- E-mail id: Chair3g@jklu.edu.in, email@example.com