Lincoln International Business School presents Issues of Economic and Financial Market Reforms and Development in Emerging Markets conference.
Registration is now open for the Issues of Economic and Financial Market Reforms and Development in Emerging Markets conference, taking place on Thursday 8th and Friday 9th June 2017 in the David Chiddick Building.
The conference is organised by the Lincoln Economics and Finance Research Group (LEAF), on behalf of the Lincoln International Business School, University of Lincoln, UK. The conference is jointly sponsored by Northern Advanced Research Training Initiative (NARTI) and Lincoln International Business School UK.
The conference will provide a forum for dissemination of innovative recent research on the emerging market economies and will facilitate academics, policy makers, and members of the business community to debate on current issues, exchange views, and share information on emerging markets. The programme will include invited speakers who are leading academics in the broad field of development theory and policy in emerging markets.
The conference will provide special sessions on:
STATA demonstration session delivered by Timberlake Consultants, UK
Editors talk on academic research by:
- Professor Sumon Bhaumik – Associate Editor, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade (Taylor and Francis)
- Professor Sushanta Mallick – Co-editor-in-Chief, Economic Modelling (Elsevier)
Invited speakers also include:
- Professor Sumon Bhaumik (Sheffield University-UK)
- Professor Kaushik Choudhury (University Of Leeds – UK)
- Professor Nabamita Dutta (University of Wisconsin – La Crosse – USA)
- Professor Mingming Jiang (Shandong University – China)
- Professor Saibal Kar (Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta – India)
- Professor Sushanta Mallik (Queen Mary University – UK )
- Professor Jan Pakrivcak (Slovak University of Agriculture – Nitra – Slovakia)
- Professor Sanchari Roy (University of Sussex – UK)
- Professor Bibhas Saha (Durham University – UK)
For more information and to register your attendance visit http://declincoln.blogs.lincoln.ac.uk/
Registration will be free to University of Lincoln PhD students.