Third International Conference on Emerging Research Paradigms in Business and Social Science.
Middlesex University Dubai takes great pleasure in announcing the Third International Conference on Emerging Research Paradigms in Business and Social Sciences (ERPBSS-2015).
For the nearly 200 delegates representing about 100 international academic institutions the First (2011) and Second (2013) International Conference on ERPBSS provided a forum for inter-disciplinary dialogue and forms of scholastic communication that transcended disciplinary and subject-specific boundaries.
In the Third International Conference ERPBSS 2015 we seek to explore “What’s Next?”. The world faces incredibly complex changes that shape our collective futures.
We live in a time of increased mobility and connectedness, as forces of globalization and technological change are redefining the economic, social, political, and physical systems of the world. Inevitably, ideas and knowledge are transcending their traditional disciplinary and geographic boundaries.
While this transformation offers increasing opportunities for innovation, it also contributes to increasingly complex global and local challenges that must be met with increasing attention to a more sustainable future.
The eight tracks of the ERPBSS 2015 Conference are:
1) Accounting, Finance and Economics
2) Contemporary Psychology
3) Education Training and Development
4) Information and Communication Technology
5) International Law and International Relations
6) Management and Marketing
7) Media, Journalism, and Communication
8) Tourism and Hospitality
Through these tracks the conference intention is to bring together perspectives from multiple disciplinary and epistemological perspectives.
The design of the conference will provide wider opportunities for dialogue than conferences with narrower scopes.
Additionally, this year we are launching the “Research Matters” visual paper session, which offers delegates an opportunity to engage more in-depth with presenters.
We also invite delegates to submit proposals for Organised Symposium around a specific topic.