26 – 27 January 2019
Singapore, Singapore
Submit Deadline
21 January 2019
Registration Deadline
23 January 2019

Join the Conference

Register early to secure your place in the Annual Convention.

The Organizing Committee will meet one day prior to the event to elect the office bearers for the current year.









About Conference

Conference aims to bring together worldwide researchers and professionals, encourage intellectual development and providing opportunities for networking and collaboration. This association meets with its objectives through academic networking, meetings, conferences, workshops, projects, research publications, academic awards and scholarships. This conference strives to enrich from its diverse group of advisory members. Scholars, Researchers, Professionals are invited to freely join and become a part of a diverse academic community, working for benefit of academia and society through collaboration and vision.


To publish is to make content available to the general public. While specific use of the term may vary among countries, it is usually applied to text, images, or other audio-visual content, including paper. The word publication means the act of publishing, and also refers to any printed copies.


Oral Presentation

Making a good oral presentation is an art that involves attention to the needs of your audience, careful planning, and attention to delivery. This page explains some of the basics of effective oral presentation. It also covers use of notes, visual aids and computer presentation software.


Poster Presentation

A poster presentation is a way to communicate your research or your understanding of a topic in a short and concise format. It usually includes two elements – a poster and a brief (usually no more than 2 minutes) explanation.


Virtual Presentation

Virtual Presentations- where the host and audience attend the presentation remotely – are becoming more and more common. This poses even more challenges to keeping your audience engaged.

Presentations are essentially about getting your message to resonate with your audience.

Scientific Committee

The best of the best is here

As the event industry becomes more and more competitive, conference organizers should find new ways to ensure the success of conferences. The competitive advantage is gain by conferences that manage to add value to participants’ perceptions. The scientific committee of academic conferences plays an important role in the decision making process of potential participants.

Invite Keynote Speakers

Dr. A.Kathir vel

University of India

Dr. Ivana Dražić Lutilsky

University of Zagreb

Dr. Sergey Suchkov

University of Medicine and Dentistry Russia

Dr. Asadullah Shah

International Islamic University Malaysia

Dr. Dimiter Georgiev Velev

University of National and World Economy

Dr. Bahtışen Kavak

Hacettepe Üniversitesi, Turkey


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DEADLINE : 20 Junuray 2019 

Author (Student) :  260

Author (Regular) :  300

Listener Registration :  200

Virtual Delegate :  170


DEADLINE : 22 Junuray 2019 

Author (Student) :  290

Author (Regular) :  340

Listener Registration :  240

Virtual Delegate :  190


DEADLINE : 24 Junuray 2019 

Author (Student) :  340

Author (Regular) :  370

Listener Registration :  270

Virtual Delegate :  210


DEADLINE : 25 Junuray 2019 

Author (Student) :  370

Author (Regular) :  400

Listener Registration :  300

Virtual Delegate :  240


The International Conference on Economics, Education Management and Finance


Banking and FinanceBusiness and EconomicsCompetitive StrategyCorporate Finance and GovernanceCorporate StrategyEconomic Policy



Finance and Investment

Financial Analysis

Financial Economics

Globalization and Labor Market

Human Resource Management

Intellectual Property Strategy & Management

Leadership and Management Development

Management of R&D and Product

Managing Diversity in Business


Operations Management

Project Management

Strategic Management

Strategies for Managing Supply Chains

Supply Chain Risk and Adaptation

Sustainability Economic Development and Climate Change

Technology and Operational Management

Trade Liberalization and Economic Growth

Work, Culture & Organizations



Accounting standards and regulations


Auditing technology

Banking crises

Behavioral finance

Corporate finance

Electronic banking

Electronic finance

Environmental accounting

Finance and investment

Financial and banking

Financial econometrics

Financial innovations

Financial technology

Financing decisions

Foreign exchange markets

International finance

International financial management

Revenue management

Risk management

Small and medium enterprise accounting

Sustainable finance



Public Administration

Quality Management

Operations Management

Critical Management

Information System Management

Strategic Management

Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management

Information Technology Management

Tourism Management

Marketing Management

Foresight Management

Project Management

Financial Management

Insurance Management

Behavioral Sciences in Business Management

Business Management

Operations Management

Investment Management

Tax Management

Expense Management

All Topics

Why Singapore

It never fails to amuse locals when foreigners try (and fail miserably) to use Singlish, Singapore’s own animated colloquial slang. But that doesn’t mean visitors shouldn’t learn a couple of expressions.
When bargaining, you can say: “So expensive! Cheaper can? I no money lah.”
Singlish is a blend of the country’s many languages and dialects, including the Queen’s English, Bahasa Melayu, Tamil, Hokkien, Teochew, Cantonese, Bengali and Punjabi. While some Singaporeans frown on Singlish as an embarrassing crime against grammar, others see it as a colorful and unique expression of the nation’s multiculturism.

Singapore, an island city-state off southern Malaysia, is a global financial center with a tropical climate and multicultural population. Its colonial core centers on the Padang, a cricket field since the 1830s and now flanked by grand buildings such as City Hall, with its 18 Corinthian columns. In Singapore’s circa-1820 Chinatown stands the red-and-gold Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, said to house one of Buddha’s teeth.

All accepted papers will publish in ESCI/Thomson Reuters/Scopus/Crossref Index Journal

We are pleased to invite prospective authors to submit their original manuscripts to conference.

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