Welcome to the 14th
FINANCE, BUSINESS & BANKING SYMPOSIUM
Sofitel Melbourne on collins 2016
Symposium dates: August 16 - 18, 2016
The Finance, Business & Banking Symposium is an international academic conference dedicated to the promotion and publication of peer-reviewed research. Event organised by the LabExReFi in association with the Academic Council on the Global Governance Systemic Risk, under the auspices of the Financial Engineering & Banking System and sponsored by Global journal of Strategies, Governance & Applied Economics and several other refereed journals, the FBBS' mission is to encourage business faculty members to respond to current finance and banking issues and interact with practitioners. Professors, students, and business people are invited to gather to share their ideas and, thus, sow the seeds for economic growth, market innovation, more effective business practices, consumer trends, and greater profits through their research. This conference is a wonderful opportunity to highlight and share the fruit of your cogitation!
Your contribution is needed
Academics and researchers worldwide are invited to submit full-length papers, case studies or special session proposals for the Finance, Business & Banking Symposium to be held in Australia. Topics in all areas of advertising & promotion, banking, business administration, business communication, business education, business ethics, business information systems, business law, case studies, e-commerce, economics, entrepreneurship, family & small business enterprises, finance, governmental accounting, health care administration, human resource management, interdisciplinary research, international business, leadership, management, marketing, medical economics, non-profit organizations, operations management, organizational behavior & theory, organizational development, public administration, public policy analysis, sales management, sports economics, statistics, strategic management policy, tax policy, trade are covered... Read more Â»
Prof. Kenth Colhn