Business Practices, Growth and Economic Policies in Emerging Markets
World Scientific Publisher, Singapore
Dr. Luis. Camacho, SUNY Empire State College, New York, USA
Dr. Satyendra Singh, University of Winnipeg, Canada
Deadline: Oct. 15, 2019
Developing countries and emerging markets have one of the fastest growth rates due to the advancement in technology, rise in global investments, and changes in consumer culture. Therefore, the knowledge translations and technology transfers from advanced countries to emerging markets and vice-versa are of essence. The advanced countries need access to the markets of emerging markets, and the emerging markets need the technology and investments, among others, from advanced countries. It is a win-win situation. In this context, the Academy of Business and Emerging Markets (ABEM) Conference in association with the World Scientific Publisherinvites book chapters that are based on thought-provoking topics yet theoretically sound and empirically testable. Controversial or debatable topics in the context of Business, Government and Community in emerging markets are particularly invited for the edited book entitled Business Practices, Growth and Economic Policies in Emerging Markets. Case studies are not suitable for this book.
Chapters due: Oct. 15, 2019
Reviewers’ comments: Dec 30, 2019
Revised chapters due: Mar 30, 2020
Camera-ready copy: June 30, 2020
Initial submissions should be sent in Word document using Times New Roman Font Size 12, 1″ margin and double-spaced, and must include: (1) Cover page with title of the study, five keywords, author name(s), title, affiliation, full address, contact no and e-mail; and, (2) First page with the title, an abstract between 150-200 words, followed by body of the paper between 5,000 and 6,000 words including Tables (3 max), Figures (2 max) and References (APA style). No appendices. Please avoid footnotes.
You may forward any inquiries to Dr. Luis Camacho (email@example.com )