July 7-9, 2020
15th Annual Conference
Hosted by Tobin College of Business
Holiday Inn, 30 Jamestown Road,
Camden Town, London, NW1 7BY,
The Future of Business:
Join us in London, for three days of discussions and presentations designed to explore:
The Future of Business: Technology, Innovation, and Regulation
A collaboration between St. John’s University’s Tobin College of Business and a diverse group of international scholars and Universities, the GBRS has provided a collaborative and welcoming environment for sharing research and establishing networks across disciplines and borders for the past fourteen years. We invite theoretical, applied and empirical papers, case studies, and panel discussion proposals from scholars in the fields of: Accounting, Finance, Management, Marketing, Business Law, Ethics, Economics, Business Technology, Emerging Markets, and relevant social sciences. Ph.D. Dissertations and panel proposals are invited for this interdisciplinary, international symposium.
INTERDISCIPLINARY TOPICS/PANEL DISCUSSIONS//
Accounting and Audit
Meet the Editors
OPPORTUNITIES TO PUBLISH/AWARDS//
Up to 6 papers will be published in a special issue of the international, peer-reviewed Review of Business journal, published by St. John’s University, New York, USA.
All accepted papers and presentations are blind reviewed, published in proceedings with an ISBN number and considered for the online Journal of the Global Business Research Symposium after review by track editors (Please note: US$60 processing fee for papers published in JGBRS).
Awards for Best Papers and Discussants
OPPORTUNITIES FOR LEARNING, MENTORING AND NETWORKING//
We are committed to creating a diverse culture that attracts international scholars who truly desire to assist one another in their efforts to improve and expand their research.
We assure that presenters have the opportunity to spend time together and create relationships that lead to joint projects across borders.
In keeping with our commitment to collaboration and learning, PhD, MBA and MS students are encouraged to present dissertation and thesis work at all stages of development.