Uniglobe International Management Conference VI

RECENT INNOVATION IN ECONOMICS, FINANCE, HUMAN RESOURCE, MARKETING AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
(UIMC RIEFHMCG – 2019)

Organized By: Uniglobe College (Affiliated to Pokhara University, Nepal)

Realizing the importance of discussion on recent innovation in economics, finance, human resource, marketing and corporate governance, Pokhara University’s Uniglobe College is organizing Sixth Uniglobe International Management conference on RECENT INNOVATION IN ECONOMICS, FINANCE, HUMAN RESOURCE, MARKETING AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE (UIMC RIEFHMCG – 2018). In order to address the multi-disciplinary repercussions of the global meltdown, and changing role of managerial decision making in the field of economics, marketing, finance, human resource management, organizational behavior, corporate governance and accounting, the conference intends to provide a platform for deliberation over its impact on a wide spectrum of arenas. This international conference provides opportunities for networking and meeting researchers from various countries. The sightseeing and evening cultural program are the special attractions which provide an opportunity to understand religion, culture, and tradition of Nepal.e. The past conferences include:

  1. New dimensions and innovations in management on June 6 &7, 2012,
  2. Contemporary issues and challenges in management on November 17 & 18, 2014
  3. Changing paradigms of management: A way forward to sustainability on March 16 & 17, 2016, and
  4. Emerging issues and challenges in management: Developing talent, building an organization and creating a future on March 6 & 7, 2017.
  5. Recent Advances In Management: Challenges, Initiatives and Road Ahead (UIMC- RAM – 2018)” on March 6th and 7th of 2018

The sixth edition of an international conference on “Recent Innovation in Economics, Finance, Human Resource, Marketing and Corporate Governance (UIMC RIEFHMCG – 2019) will be held on March 13 & 14 of 2019. The forum will provide the platform to the young and dynamic researchers to present their research findings to the participants all over the world. Along with this, the conference will host a panel discussion on ‘Nepal’s economic relation with major Neighbors’ by bringing academicians, practitioners, policy makers and thought leaders together on a forum to exchange their ideas on recent advances in management challenges.

Conference Theme

The main theme of UIMC RIEFHMCG – 2019 is RECENT INNOVATION IN ECONOMICS, FINANCE, HUMAN RESOURCE, MARKETING AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE.

In relation to the main theme of the conference, the following are the areas to be explored:

  1. International business & trade
  2. Marketing innovations and ethics
  3. Marketing strategies
  4. Management information system
  5. Entrepreneurship
  6. Human resource management
  7. Strategic management
  8. Operation management
  9. Customer relation management
  10. Financial management
  11. Corporate finance
  12. Investment management
  13. Financial institutions and markets
  14. Business society and ethics
  15. International fin. Mgmt.
  16. Global recessions
  17. Corporate reporting practice
  18. Int’l Actg. standards
  19. Corporate governance
  20. Sustainability of fin. Systems
  21. Supply chain management
  22. E-business
  23. Municipal finance
  24. Derivatives
  25. Insurance and risk management
  26. E-governance
  27. Financial reporting
  28. Management education
  29. Banking

Call for Papers

Uniglobe College invites papers from academicians, corporate executives, research scholars, business entrepreneurs and students for presentation during the international Management Conference on a topic related to the themes and sub-themes. The participants are requested to send the soft copy of their paper in the standardized format as an attachment. The paper should preferably be of about 4000 words or less and preceded by an abstract of around 150 words along with references. The research paper should give details regarding the secondary sources referred to as per the commonly accepted pattern. The papers should be original and should not have been submitted anywhere else for any purpose. The standard and quality papers will be published in conference proceedings, Nepalese Journal of Management, Nepalese Journal of Finance, Nepalese Journal of Business and Nepalese Journal of Economics. Manuscripts should follow APA style while preparing the papers.

TENTATIVE PROGRAM SCHEDULE

March 13, 2019
07.30 am – 08.15 am : Registration & breakfast
08.15 am – 10.30 am : Inauguration
10.30 am – 01.30 pm : Technical sessions I & II
01.30 pm – 02.30 pm : Lunch
02.30 pm – 4.00 pm : Panel discussion
04.15 pm – 6.45 pm : Cultural program
07.00 pm : Dinner

March 14, 2019
07.30 am – 08.15 am : Breakfast
08.15 am – 11.30 am : Technical sessions III & IV
11.30 am – 01.30 pm : Panel Discussion
01.30 pm – 02.30 pm : Lunch
02.30 pm – 04.00 pm : Valedictory Session
04.15 pm – 6.45 pm : Cultural program
07.00 pm : Dinner
Foreign participants may go for half-day sight-seeing as per their convenience.

Important Dates

Last date for submission of abstracts: January 1, 2019
Intimation of acceptance of abstracts: January 10, 2019
Last date of submission of full paper: February 1, 2019
Intimation of acceptance of full paper: February 10, 2019
Last date of registration: February 10, 2019
Last date for submission of PPTs/ Files: February 20, 2019
Conference Date: March 13 and 14, 2019

Submit Paper

All manuscripts should be submitted via: conference@uniglobe.edu.np

New Baneshwor, PO Box: 7953, Kathmandu, Nepal | Tel: 977-1-411 56 90 / 411 55 69
Email: mail@uniglobe.edu.np | URL: www.uniglobe.edu.np

Instructions to Authors

1. Papers must be in English. Please submit the manuscript formatted in MS Word 2010 or above in Book Antique format in a 12 point font.
2. Papers for publication should be sent in quadruplicate to:
Dr. Nar Bahadur Bista, Executive Editor, Uniglobe College, P. O. Box 7953, Kathmandu, Nepal. Submission of a paper will imply that it contains original unpublished work. The Editor does not accept responsibility for damage or loss of papers submitted. Acceptance of an article means that the author has transferred copyright of the accepted article to the publisher. This transfer will ensure the widest possible dissemination of information. The submission fee is Rs.3000 for members of the Uniglobe College and Rs. 5000 for non- members. Cheques should be made payable to “Nepalese Journal of Management”.
3. Manuscripts should be double-spaced with wide margins and printed on one side of the paper only. All pages should be numbered consecutively. Titles and subtitles should be short, left justified and in the following format:
2. The costs of bankruptcy
2.1. The nature of direct costs
2.1.1. Professional fees and expenses
References, tables, and legends for figures should be printed on separate pages.
4. The first page of the manuscript should contain the following information: (I) the title; (II) the name(s) and institutional affiliation(s) of the author(s); (III) an abstract of not more than 100 words. A footnote on the same sheet should give the name, address, telephone number, fax number, and E-mail address of the corresponding author.
5. The first page of the manuscript should also contain keywords of about five.
6. Acknowledgments and information on grants received can be given in a first footnote which should not be included in the consecutive numbering of footnotes.
7. Footnotes should be kept to a minimum and numbered consecutively throughout the text with superscript Arabic numerals. They should be single-spaced in a 10 point font and not include displayed formulae or tables.
8. Displayed formulae should be numbered consecutively throughout the manuscript as (1), (2), etc… against the -.grit-hand margin of the page. In cases where the derivation of formulae has been abbreviated, it is of great help to the referees if the full derivation can be presented on a separate sheet (not to be published).
9. References to publications should be as follow: “Dahal (1996) reported that…” or “This problem has been studied previously (e.g., Pradhan and Shrestha, 1996)”. The author should make sure that there is a strict one-to-one correspondence between the names and years in the text and those in the references. The list of references should appear at the end of the main text (after any appendices, but before tables). References should be single-spaced and listed in alphabetical order by author’s name. References should appear as follows:
For periodicals:
Pradhan and Shrestha, 1994. Seasoned equity offerings: The case of all-equity firms, Nepalese Journal of Corporate Governance 1(1), 32-43.
For working papers:
Pradhan, M., 1997. The direct costs of corporate bankruptcy. Working Paper, University of Missouri-Columbia.
For books:
Theil. H., 1971. Principles of Econometrics. (Wiley, New York, NY).
Note that journal titles should not be abbreviated.
10. Illustrations will be reproduced photographically from originals supplied by the author; they will not be redrawn by the publisher. Please provide all illustrations in quadruplicate (one high-contrast original and three photocopies). Care should be taken that lettering and symbols are of a comparable size. The illustrations should not be inserted in the text and should be marked on the back with figure number, the title of the paper, and author’s name. All graphs and diagrams should be referred to as figures and should be numbered consecutively in the text in Arabic numerals.
11. Tables should be numbered consecutively in the text in Arabic numerals and printed on separate sheets. The table number should be left justified and appear above the actual table. Underneath the table number and also left-justified should appear the table title in bold. Beneath the table title should then follow descriptive material which will allow the table to be read independently of the textual material. Tables should appear as follows:
Table 1
Distribution of debts and costs
Frequency distributions are reported for 48 cases of Chapter 7 and 27 cases of Chapter 11 that are filed between 1981 and 1991 in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court (Western District of Tennessee). Debt consists of all claims For figures, follow a format similar to that of tables, but place the figure number, title, and description beneath the figure.
12. Any manuscript which does not conform to the above instructions will be rejected.
13. Page proofs may be sent to the corresponding author. Proofs should be corrected carefully; the responsibility for detecting errors lies with the author. Corrections should be restricted to instances in which the proof is at variance with the manuscript. Extensive alterations will be charged.

All the presenters/participants at the conference are required to register for the conference. The details regarding the registration fee and payment method are given below.

a) Participants from countries other than South Asia US$ 200 per person.
b) Participants from South Asia (equivalent to Indian) Rs. 3700 per person.
c) Participants from Nepalese organizations N.Rs. 10,000 per person.

The registration fee does not include hotel costs of participants. However, the seminar organizer can arrange the hotel on request ranging from simple to higher standard hotels. The participants accompanying with their spouse and children should also pay as mentioned above failing which they will not be allowed to enter into seminar premises.

The above fee includes conference kits, lunch/high tea on the conference days, tea /coffee during session breaks, certificate of participation, and local sight-seeing of half day for foreign participants. Participants arriving by air and bus will be picked up at the airport/bus stop provided details are available in advance. The delegates are requested to arrive in Kathmandu one day before the seminar date. There will be no refund if the participants cancel or cut short their participation. The registration fees should be paid through bank transfer using the swift code as under:

Receiving Bank of Nepal: Nepal SBI Bank Limited, Kathmandu, Nepal.
Bank Account Number: 20325240200445
Name of the Remitter : [Your Name]
Name of Beneficiary: Uniglobe College, Kathmandu, Nepal
Swift code: NSBINPKA

Once the SWIFT payments are made, the participants are requested to notify the same to Conference Chairperson by email. The participants are also requested to carry a hard copy of bank transfer as proof while attending the conference.

Registration is limited to 30 South Asian and foreign delegates, 20 Nepalese faculties, and 10 Nepalese executives. The rest is reserved for the students and faculties of Uniglobe College.

Conference Program

Uniglobe International Management Conference VI

RECENT INNOVATION IN ECONOMICS, FINANCE, HUMAN RESOURCE, MARKETING AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
(UIMC RIEFHMCG – 2019)

Organized By: Uniglobe College (Affiliated to Pokhara University, Nepal)

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The RECENT INNOVATION IN ECONOMICS, FINANCE, HUMAN RESOURCE, MARKETING AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE (UIMC RIEFHMCG – 2019) will be conducted within the beautiful premise of Uniglobe College, Kathmandu Nepal.

Kathmandu is the capital city of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, the largest Himalayan state in Asia. It has an elevation of 4,593′ with an area of 19.09 mi². It has a population of 1.003 million (2011). One can explore thousands of years of the culture here while making your way through historic temples and monasteries that belong to Hindus and Buddhists alike.

For over forty years, Nepal has been an extremely fascinating destination for travelers, scholars, and researchers. For those interested in culture, the Kathmandu valley is endowed with seven World Heritage sites. This valley was divided into three kingdoms less than a century ago. It now contains countless architectural monuments and vestiges of varied cultural and religious traditions. Kathmandu is home to gems such as Durbar Square (with temples dating back to the 12th century), Boudhanath Stupa (a world heritage site), the Pashupatinath Temple (the country’s most important Hindu temple, on the banks of the Bagmati river), and the Royal Palace (the site of the infamous 2001 massacre of the Royal Family by the then Crown Prince, and now converted into the Narayanhiti Palace Museum).

Kathmandu is also the gateway to the rest of Nepal—in particular, the tranquil Bhaktapur, the temple-tactic Patan, the Chitwan National Park, and, of course, the Himalaya.

New dimensions and innovations in management on June 6 &7, 2012,

Contemporary issues and challenges in management on November 17 & 18, 2014

Changing paradigms of management: A way forward to sustainability on March 16 & 17, 2016, and

Emerging issues and challenges in management: Developing talent, building an organization and creating a future on March 6 & 7, 2017.

Recent Advances In Management: Challenges, Initiatives and Road Ahead (UIMC- RAM – 2018)” on March 6th and 7th of 2018.

Conference Organizing Committee

Dr. Radhe S. Pradhan, Conference Chair (Cell 9851070114)

Dr. Nar B. Bista, Principal and Conference Secretary (Cell: 9851036585)

Dr. Khagendra P. Ojha, Chairman

Dr. Gangadhar Dahal, Director

Members:

Mr. Ananta Raj Ghimire, Program Director

Mr. Ganesh Sharma, Program Director

Mr. Ashish Kumar Mishra, Program Director

Mr. Min B. Bista, Head, Operations Management

Mr. Jagadish Bist, Faculty

Mr. Sumit Pradhan, Faculty

Mr. Mohan H. Dahal, IT Head

RECENT INNOVATION IN ECONOMICS, FINANCE, HUMAN RESOURCE, MARKETING, AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
(UIMC RIEFHMCG – 2019)

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