About the Conference

EUMMAS A2S Conference on Global Social and Technological Development and Sustainability is organized by the EUMMAS Academic Consortium comprising almost 30 universities and business schools from more than 20 countries. The event is going to be organized as an Academe2Society (A2S) EUMMAS Concept Conference (previously A2B) formulating a unique and innovative approach to cooperation between Academia and Society. EUMMAS Dubai 2023 Conference theme is ”Academia, Businesses and Policy Makers in Emerging New World‘‘. 

Main Host Institution

Skyline University College (SUC) was established in 1990 in Sharjah, under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Dr. Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qassimi, a member of the UAE Supreme Council and the Ruler of Sharjah, who has always supported SUC in its pursuit to offer quality education. SUC believes in responding innovatively and effectively to train human resources in the fields like Human Resources, Public Administration, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Aviation, Hospitality, Travel & Tourism, Information Technology & Systems, Marketing, International Business, and Accounting through its undergraduate and graduate programs in business. 

Co-Host Institutions

Metropolitan School of Business and Management

Metropolitan School of Business and Management

Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Colleges

Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Colleges

Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM)

Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM)

EUMMAS Institutions as Conference Organizers

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Academic Community

SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES are great opportunities for the Academic Community to present their research and get noticed. Besides, the event offers lots of networking opportunities with peers, businesses, members of the EUMMAS research centers, etc.

Innovators & Entrepreneurs

The INNOVATORS & ENTREPRENEURS PITCH encourages innovators to contribute to the success of our societies and helps organizations stay competitive, especially when resolving critical problems depends on innovations.

Young Researchers

Is there a better place to discover new talents? Is there a better way than an open competition? Is there anything more challenging than the EUMMAS Young Researchers Competition? Present your work and get public recognition.

Executives and Government Officials

C-level Executives, business owners, and Governmental Officials consider our BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION FORUM a great opportunity to network, make business deals, plan together for the future etc. 

Conference Timeline

Forums

EUMMAS Business Forum engages business. academic and political leaders of society to shape regional and global agendas. Our events are exceptional for their unique combination of knowledge, people, and experience. We inspire business that changes the world, and provide networking opportunities with business leaders worldwide.

The aim of the Public Administration Forum is to strengthen the  capacities of public administration. Many eminent experts from this field will try to tackle issues related to the effective implementation of public policies in municipal and government institutions. The Forum will foster academe-to-practitioner insights into several areas.

EUMMAS Women's Forum creates global influence by empowering women with a sense of purpose and leadership to address numerous business and academic issues. We believe in women leaders’ capability to create a positive impact on future trends. We invite all ladies to attend the Forum session and become part of a global initiative. 

A researcher has a number of milestones to achieve in order to be called an ‘experienced researcher’. At any level of the Researchers Journey, one of the first things they are asked to tackle is their Research Philosophy.

Speakers

Prof. Dr. Mile Vasic

Prof. Dr. Mile Vasic

President of the European Marketing and Management Association, EUMMAS

H.E. Aurelian Gogulescu

H.E. Aurelian Gogulescu

President of the Chamber of Commerce Prahova, Vice-President of the Chamber of Commerce of Romania, ROMANIA

Prof. Dr. Andreas Altmann

Prof. Dr. Andreas Altmann

Rector of the MCI | The Entrepreneurial School, Innsbruck, AUSTRIA

Prof. Dr. Jenny Darroch

Prof. Dr. Jenny Darroch

Dean of the Farmer School of Business, Miami University, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Prof. Dr. Nino Enukidze

Prof. Dr. Nino Enukidze

Rector of the Business and Technology University, GEORGIA

Prof. Dr. Gilles Rouet

Prof. Dr. Gilles Rouet

Director of the ISM-IAE – Institut Supérieur de Management, FRANCE

Dr. B.B.L. Madhukar

Dr. B.B.L. Madhukar

Director General of the BRICS Chamber of Commerce, INDIA

Prof. Dr. Lidija Weis

Prof. Dr. Lidija Weis

Dean of the B2 Ljubljana School of Business, SLOVENIA

Honorable Mr. Victor Ariyibi

Honorable Mr. Victor Ariyibi

CEO & Co-Founder of the Metropolitan School of Business and Management, NIGERIA

Dr. Kristoffer Franz Mari R. Millado

Dr. Kristoffer Franz Mari R. Millado

President of the Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Colleges, PHILIPPINES

Prof. Dr. Mohammad In’airat

Prof. Dr. Mohammad In’airat

Vice Chancellor of the Skyline University College, Sharjah, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

Prof. Dr. Deepak Kalra

Prof. Dr. Deepak Kalra

Deputy Vice Chancellor, Skyline University College, Sharjah, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

Prof. Dr. Naseem Abidi

Prof. Dr. Naseem Abidi

Dean of the School of Business of the Skyline University College I Chair of the Conference, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

Prof. Dr. Firdaus Abdullah

Prof. Dr. Firdaus Abdullah

Dean, Faculty of Business and Management, UiTM, MALAYSIA

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  • Track 1: Globalization, Economics and International Business Prof. Dr. Gouher Ahmed, Prof. Dr. Jean Andrei, Dr. Alaa Momani, Prof. Dr. Nino Enukidze
  • Track 2: New Technologies Innovations and Entrepreneurship Business Analytics and Process Automation Prof. Dr. Paul Katuse, Dr. Waleed Alomoush, Mr. Venkata Kumar
  • Track 3: Financial and Institutions: Future Trends and Expectations Management Prof. Dr. Dejan Eric, Prof. Dr. Sheeba Kapil, Dr. Manas Pradhan, Dr. Robinson Joseph
  • Track 4: Accounting Systems and Auditing Prof. Dr. Nizar Sahawneh, Dr. Sheeba Kapil, Dr. Rahul Sharma and Dr. Sudhakar Kota
  • Track 5: Digital Marketing Branding and Social Media Management Prof. Dr. Shanmughan, Dr. Jalal Rajeh Mohammad Hanaysha, Dr. Taher Ghazal, Prof. Dr. Janka Táborecká
  • Track 6: Innovation and Entrepreneurship Prof. Paul Katuse, Dr. Marichu Diendo, Dr. Karamath Ateeq, Dr. Hamza Alrababah, Mr. Omar Sattar
  • Track 7: Sustainable Tourism and Hospitality Management Dr. Amer Hani Al-Kassem, Dr. Belal Shneikat, Mr. Mahmoud Al Sakhnini, Dr. Osama Ali Thawabeh
  • Track 8: Sustainable Development: Renewable Energy and Natural Resources Dr. Ch. Paramaiah, Prof. Dr. Haitham Alzoubi, Dr. Mehmoud Al Khasawneh, Prof. Dr. Maia Melikidze
  • Track 8A: Sustainable Development: Renewable Energy and Natural Resources Dr. Ch. Paramaiah, Prof. Dr. Haitham Alzoubi, Dr. Mehmoud Al Khasawneh, Prof. Dr. Maia Melikidze
  • Track 8B: Sustainable Development: Renewable Energy and Natural Resources Dr. Ch. Paramaiah, Prof. Dr. Maia Melikidze, Prof. Dr. Haitham Alzoubi, Dr. Mehmoud Al Khasawneh
  • Track 9: Public Policy and Administration Prof. Dr. Sharon Mendoza Dreisbach, Prof. Dr. Gilles Rouet, Prof. Dr. Bojana Naumovska, Prof. Dr. Ammar AlMomani
  • Track 9A: Public Policy and Administration Prof. Dr. Sharon Mendoza Dreisbach, Prof. Dr. Gilles Rouet, Prof. Dr. Bojana Naumovska, Prof. Dr. Ammar AlMomani
  • Track 10: Digital Transformation of Business and Society Dr. Abdul Salam, Prof. Dr. Yioula Melanthiou, Dr. Muath Jarrah, Dr. Osama Dorgham
  • Track 10A: Digital Transformation of Business and Society Dr. Abdul Salam, Prof. Dr. Yioula Melanthiou, Dr. Muath Jarrah, Dr. Osama Dorgham
  • Track 10B: Digital Transformation of Business and Society Dr. Abdul Salam, Prof. Dr. Yioula Melanthiou, Dr. Muath Jarrah, Dr. Osama Dorgham
  • Track 11: Organizational Behavior Leadership and Motivation Dr. Kakul Agha, Prof. Dr. Marina Latukha, Dr. V Padmaja, Mr. Habboosh, Mr. Tauqeer
  • Track 11A: Organizational Behavior Leadership and Motivation Dr. Kakul Agha, Prof. Dr. Marina Latukha, Dr. V Padmaja, Mr. Habboosh, Mr. Tauqeer
  • Track 11B: Organizational Behavior Leadership and Motivation Dr. Kakul Agha, Prof. Dr. Marina Latukha, Dr. V Padmaja, Mr. Habboosh, Mr. Tauqeer
  • Track 11C: Organizational Behavior Leadership and Motivation Dr. Kakul Agha, Prof. Dr. Marina Latukha, Dr. V Padmaja, Mr. Habboosh, Mr. Tauqeer
  • Track 12: Emerging Technologies – Application of AI and Machine Learning Prof. Dr. Beenu Mago, Dr. Manas Pradhan, Dr. Ayat Alrosan, Prof. Dr. Osman Khan
  • Track 12A: Emerging Technologies – Application of AI and Machine Learning Prof. Dr. Beenu Mago, Dr. Manas Pradhan, Dr. Ayat Alrosan, Prof. Dr. Osman Khan
  • Track 12B: Emerging Technologies – Application of AI and Machine Learning Prof. Dr. Beenu Mago, Dr. Manas Pradhan, Dr. Ayat Alrosan, Prof. Dr. Osman Khan
  • Gilles Rouet, ISM-IAE de Versailles SQY, Université Paris-Saclay, France, President of the Scientific Committee
  • Tetyana Vasilyeva, Academic and Research Institute Business, Economics and Management, Sumy State University, President of the Editorial Board, Ukraine
  • Prof. Dr. Janka Táborecká, Faculty of Economics, Matej Bel University, Slovakia
  • Oleksii Lyulyov, Sumy State University, Ukraine
  • Osman Khan, Institute of Customer Management, United Kingdom
  • Hanna Shvindina, Sumy State University, Ukraine
  • Vakhtang Chkareuli, Business and Technology University, Georgia
  • Tetyana Pimoneko, Department of Marketing, Sumy State University, Ukraine
  • Mourad Attarça, ISM-IAE de Versailles SQY, Université Paris-Saclay, France
  • Katarina Aškerc Zadravec, Ljubljana School of Business, Slovenia
  • Andrius Valickas, Vilnius University Business School, Lithuania
  • Denis Tomse, Ljubljana School of Business, Slovenia
  • Danguolė Oželienė, Vilnius University Business School, Lithuania
  • Svetislav Paunovic, Belgrade Banking Academy, Serbia
  • Inga Iždonaitė-Medžiūnienė, University of Applied Social Sciences – SMK, Lithuania
  • Tsotne Zhghenti, Business and Technology University, Georgia
  • Anna Gogichadze, Business and Technology University, Georgia
  • Petar Atanasov, University “Ss Cyril and Methodius” Skopje, North Macedonia
  • Maria-Cristina Ștefan, Valahia University of Târgoviște, Romania
  • Nikola Vojvodić, University for Business Engineering and Management, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Croitoru Gabriel, Valahia University of Târgoviște, Romania
  • Zeljko Grubljesic, University for Business Engineering and Management, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Jalal Rajeh Mohammad Hanaysha, Skyline University College, United Arab Emirates
  • Valentina Ofelia Robescu, Valahia University of Târgoviște, Romania
  • Ana Paula Carvalho do Monte, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
  • Alcina Nunes, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
  • João Paulo Pereira, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
  • Anu Puusa, University of Eastern Finland, Finland
  • Irina Gabriela Radulescu, Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiești, Romania
  • Atanas Georgiev, Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, Bulgaria
  • Marina Latukha, Graduate School of Management of St. Petersburg State University, Russian Federation
  • Mureşan Jianu Daniel, Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiești, Romania
  • Sonia Georgieva, Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, Bulgaria
  • Ivan Blazhevski, University “Ss Cyril and Methodius” Skopje, North Macedonia
  • Valentin Radu, Valahia University of Targoviste, Romania
  • Vakhtang Charaia, Business and Technology University, Georgia
  • Yana Us, Academic and Research Institute of Business, Economics and Management, Sumy State University, Ukraine
  • Thierry Côme, University of Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines -IAE, France
  • Maia Melikidze, Business and Technology University, Georgia
  • Dejan Kojic, University for Business Engineering and Management, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Alina Vysochyna, Academic and Research Institute Business, Economics and Management, Sumy State University, Ukraine
  • Stela Raytcheva, University of Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines -IAE, France
  • Davit Gondauri, Business and Technology University, Georgia
  • Olena Chygryn, Academic and Research Institute Business, Economics and Management, Sumy State University, Ukraine
  • Nevenka Neva Maher, Ljubljana School of Business, Slovenia
  • Edita Gelbūdienė, University of Applied Social Sciences – SMK, Lithuania
  • Ghassan Issa, Skyline University College, United Arab Emirates
  • Laura Marcu, Valahia University of Târgoviște, Romania
  • Florea Nicoleta Valentina, Valahia University of Târgoviște, Romania
  • Casen Panaitescu, Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiești, Romania
  • Deniz Palalar Alkan, Yeditepe University, Turkey
  • Alper Altinanahtar, Yeditepe University, Turkey
  • Sofia Khatsernova, University of Applied Social Sciences – SMK, Lithuania
  • Naseem Abidi, Skyline University College, United Arab Emirates
  • Henri Teittinen, University of Eastern Finland, Finland
  • Carlos R. Cunha, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
  • Paula Odete Fernandes, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
  • Mirjami Ikonen, University of Eastern Finland, Finland
  • Katarína Vitálišová, Matej Bel University, Slovakia
  • Yanamandra Ramakrishna, Skyline University College, United Arab Emirates
  • Füsun Bulutlar, Yeditepe University, Turkey
  • Darko Vukovic, Belgrade Banking Academy, Serbia
  • Altan Kar, Yeditepe University, Turkey
  • Dr. Naseem Abidi, Dean, School of Business, Skyline University College, UAE, Chair
  • Mr. Kamal Puri, Patron, Skyline University College, UAE, President
  • Mr. Nitin Anand, Patron, Skyline University College, UAE
  • Dr. Mohammad Hasan Saleh Inairat, Vice Chancellor, Skyline University College, UAE
  • Dr. Ajith Kumar VV, Vice Chancellor, Skyline University, Nigeria
  • Dr. Deepak Kalra, Deputy Vice Chancelor, Skyline University College, UAE, Co-Chair
  • Dr. Ammar Almomani, Head-Research and Innovation, Skyline University College, UAE, Co-Chair
  • Dr. Gouher Ahmed, Professor, Skyline University College, UAE, Co-Chair
  • Abhinav Chauhan, Coordinator-International Accreditations and Benchmarking, School of Business, Skyline University College, UAE, Conference Outreach Manager
  • Dr. Ghassan Issa, Dean, School of IT, Skyline University College, UAE
  • Dr. Osama Thawabeh, Registrar, Skyline University College, UAE
  • Mr. Rakesh Gaur, Director, Marketing & Communication, Skyline University College, UAE
  • Ms. Sunita Marwaha, Director, Academic Support Services, Skyline University College, UAE
  • Mr. Firaz Al Tabbah, Dy Director, PR, Skyline University College, UAE
  • Dr. Lakshmikanth HM, Vice President, Garden City Foundation, Garden City University, India, Co-chair
  • Dr. Ramakrishna Yanamandra, Associate Dean, School of Business, Skyline University College, UAE, Conference Secretary
  • Dr. Ala’a Momani, Associate Dean, School of IT, Skyline University College, UAE
  • Mr. Muhammad Rasheed Khalid, Head, Corporate Affairs, Skyline University College, UAE
  • Prof. Dr. Nino Enukizde, President of the EUMMAS Academic Consortium
  • Prof. Dr. Tetyana Vasilyeva, President of the EUMMAS Editorial Board
  • Mr. Dusko Stojanovic, Business Development Director, EUMMAS
  • Prof. Zeljko Gavric, General Affairs Director, EUMMAS

TimeRoomCodeTopicStudent(s), Institution, Country
10:30-12:00C17YRC01Digital communication channels in the function of improving marketing communications of trading companies.Milan Stanovic, University Mediterranean, Montenegro
10:30-12:00C17YRC02The impact of the motivation programs on the effectiveness of employees. Gvantsa Solomnishvili, BTU, Georgia
10:30-12:00C17YRC03Outsourcing Healthcare Professionals and its Impact on Strategic Goals to Improve Patient Care in Selected Private Hospitals.Haruna Lawan Baffa, Skyline University Nigeria, Nigeria
10:30-12:00C17YRC04A Study on Measures to Reduce the Hunger and Food Insecurity in Nigeria with Reference to Kano State.Aisha Abdulaziz, Skyline University Nigeria, Nigeria
10:30-12:00C17YRC05Comparative Study of Hate Speech in the 2015 and 2019 General Elections in the Daily Trust, the Nation and the Guardian Newspapers.Msughter Aondover, Caleb University, Nigeria
10:30-12:00C18YRC06Analysis of market structures in Montenegro.Tonka Stipanić, University Mediterranean, Montenegro
10:30-12:00C18YRC07Factors Influencing On Individual Investor’s Investment Decision On Selecting Private Commercial Banks with Reference to Kano City Nigeria.Hafsat Sufi Ahmad, Skyline University Nigeria, Nigeria
10:30-12:00C18YRC08Financial analysis of the introduction of circular business models in a sectoral perspective.Guram Baakashvili, BTU, Georgia
10:30-12:00C18YRC09Does Leverage Boost Profitability? A Quantitative Study of firms in the Cement Industry.Divya Chandrasekaran, Skyline University College, United Arab Emirates
10:30-12:00C18YRC10The main purpose of Smart City and its implementation strategy.Nino Kanashvili, BTU, Georgia
12:00-13:30C17YRC11Entrepreneurial Competencies and their relation with entrepreneurial education.Komalpreet Kaur, Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad, Romania
12:00-13:30C17YRC12A2A Prosig – An Intelligent Product Size Generation System Supported by ECommerce.Aleksandra Ristic & Aleksandar Martic, Belgrade Banking Academy, Serbia
12:00-13:30C17YRC13Regulatory framework in Montenegro based on European Union regulations.Lejla Bektesevic, University Mediterranean, Montenegro
12:00-13:30C17YRC14Impact of data mining on decision optimization mediating role of robustness strategy. Mehak Vasta, Skyline University College, United Arab Emirates.
12:00-13:30C17YRC15Physiotherapeutic protocol and ZnO nanoparticles: a combined novel treatment program against bacterial pyomyositis.Hesham Elshaer, Pharos University in Alexandria, Egypt
12:00-13:30C18YRC16Solar Energy efficiency and renewable source as Georgia’s energy independence.Giga Tvauri, BTU, Georgia
12:00-13:30C18YRC17Design & Implementation of a business dashboard with added IOT functionality.Mahmud El Yakub, Skyline University Nigeria, Nigeria.
12:00-13:30C18YRC18Leaf to Saree- Traditional Era to Digital Era.Shravan Ergala. & Shravan Ergala, Ashoka School of Business, India.
12:00-13:30C18YRC19Innovations in e-commerce and the prospect of their spread in Georgia.Ana Nadiradze, Business and Technology University, Georgia
12:00-13:30C18YRC20Commercialization of DNA Data Storage Technology.Robertas Skliaustas. Vilnius University Business School, Lithuania.
12:00-13:30C18YRC21Project SyntagmaArpita Ribu Ravindran, Garden City University, India
12:00-13:30C18YRC22BUTTERCUP (AUTOMATED HOME AI).Shqlain Ahmed, Garden City University, India
12:00-13:30C18YRC23Raphael AKA Project TeachG Bhanu Teja Reddy, Garden City University, India
TIMEVenueTrackCodeTitleCountry
14.00 to 15.30Al Shingdagah-ATrack 1: Globalization Economics and International BusinessD23/227Diversity and inclusion: new managerial policies in the global contextFrance
14.00 to 15.30Al Shingdagah-ATrack 1: Globalization Economics and International BusinessD23/231The Implications of Corporate Social Responsibility in the Restructuring of OrganizationsRomania
14.00 to 15.30Al Shingdagah-ATrack 1: Globalization Economics and International BusinessD23/252Sharing Economy Business Models – Current Concepts and the Role of Digital TrustGeorgia
14.00 to 15.30Al Shingdagah-ATrack 1: Globalization Economics and International BusinessD23/261Determinants of purchase intention for green Islamic insurance (takaful) policies amongst the affluent communityMalaysia
14.00 to 15.30Al Shingdagah-ANew Technologies Innovations and EntrepreneurshipD23/220Semantic web technologies as a next step in the evolution of cultural information systemsIsrael
14.00 to 15.30Al Shingdagah-ATrack 2: Business Analytics and Process AutomationD23/297Government Data Catalog Utilization to Analyze of the Influencing Factors of Drought in Phetchabun ProvinceThailand
14.00 to 15.30Al Shingdagah-BTrack 3: Financial Management and Institutions: Future Trends and ExpectationsD23/249Foreseeing Explicit and Valuing Tacit Synergies of High-Tech based Transactions: Amazon.com’s Acquisition of Dubai-based Souq.comLatvia
14.00 to 15.30Al Shingdagah-BTrack 4: Accounting Systems and AuditingD23/224Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Firms’ Profitability: Comparative Analysis of EU and SerbiaSerbia
14.00 to 15.30Al Shingdagah-BTrack 4: Accounting Systems and AuditingD23/300A study of the proposed corporate tax in the UAE economyUAE
14.00 to 15.30Al Shingdagah-BTrack 4: Accounting Systems and AuditingD23/313Exploring the Rise of Environmental Accounting: A trend Analysis Using Bibliometric ReviewUAE
14.00 to 15.30Al Shingdagah-BEconomics: General TrackD23/219Effect of Low Interest Rates and Central Government Debt on Secular Stagnation in OECD CountriesEgypt
14.00 to 15.30Al Shingdagah-BEconomics: General TrackD23/317Public Finance in the Growth of United Arab Emirates (UAE)UAE
14.00 to 15.30Al Shingdagah-BNew Technologies Innovations and EntrepreneurshipD23/287The nexus between fintech and financial inclusion: an economic growth approachMexico
16.00 to 18.00Al Shingdagah-ATrack 5: Digital Marketing Branding and Social Media ManagementD23/217Game Changer Millennials: Restructuring Political Campaigns using social mediaIndia
16.00 to 18.00Al Shingdagah-ATrack 5: Digital Marketing Branding and Social Media ManagementD23/228Effect of Social Media Influencers on Mental Health of YouthUSA
16.00 to 18.00Al Shingdagah-ATrack 5: Digital Marketing Branding and Social Media ManagementD23/239The impact of competitive intelligence on the performance of organizations in social mediaRomania
16.00 to 18.00Al Shingdagah-ATrack 5: Digital Marketing Branding and Social Media ManagementD23/243Improving Private Business School Competitiveness Through Conscious Branding – a Narrative Review & Conceptual ModelIndia
16.00 to 18.00Al Shingdagah-ATrack 5: Digital Marketing Branding and Social Media ManagementD23/267Boosting the Intention to Purchase Online: An Empirical Investigation of E-Service Quality Among Malaysian CustomersMalaysia
16.00 to 18.00Al Shingdagah-ATrack 5: Digital Marketing Branding and Social Media ManagementD23/272Attitudes and Actual Buying Behavior of Sustainable Clothes from the Perspective of Female Generations in SlovakiaSlovakia
16.00 to 18.00Al Shingdagah-ATrack 5: Digital Marketing Branding and Social Media ManagementD23/275Extent of influence of social media influencers among young adults’ purchase decisionmaking processPhilippines
16.00 to 18.00Al Shingdagah-ATrack 5: Digital Marketing Branding and Social Media ManagementD23/292Impact of retail merchandise display and impulse buying behavior: empirical evidence from United Arab EmiratesUAE
16.00 to 18.00Al Shindagah-BTrack 6: Innovation and EntrepreneurshipD23/222Managers’ speeches and CSR: responsible communication vs. developedFrance
16.00 to 18.00Al Shindagah-BTrack 6: Innovation and EntrepreneurshipD23/233Innovative Approaches of Strategic Entrepreneurship for the Improvement of Company ManagementRomania
16.00 to 18.00Al Shindagah-BTrack 6: Innovation and EntrepreneurshipD23/262The circularity of household-generated construction and demolition wasteLatvia
16.00 to 18.00Al Shindagah-BTrack 6: Innovation and EntrepreneurshipD23/271The case studies in Latvia: Possibilities of implementing the Quadruple Helix Concept as base of the next generation a public-private-partnership modelLatvia
16.00 to 18.00Al Shindagah-BTrack 6: Innovation and EntrepreneurshipD23/274Evolution of skill development for industry 5.0: Systematic literature review with bibliometric analysisIndia
16.00 to 18.00Al Shindagah-BTrack 6: Innovation and EntrepreneurshipD23/286Social innovation and intrapreneurship in hospitals as a means of turning challenges into opportunitiesFrance
16.00 to 18.00Al Shindagah-BTrack 6: Innovation and EntrepreneurshipD23/291Leadership and Social Innovation in Startups During and Post-CovidIndia
16.00 to 18.00Al Shindagah-BTrack 6: Innovation and EntrepreneurshipD23/295Using Artificial Intelligence Applications in Discovering Gifted and Development ProposalsUAE
16.00 to 18.00Al Shindagah-BTrack 6: Innovation and EntrepreneurshipD23/298Cross Country Study of Startup Ecosystem- Looking the lens from India- Canada Perspective Remi Mitra, Ganpat University, IndiaIndia
16.00 to 18.00Al Shindagah-BTrack 6: Innovation and EntrepreneurshipD23/299The Role of Economic Optimism in the Formation of Innovative EconomyGeorgia
16.00 to 18.00Al Shindagah-BTrack 6: Innovation and EntrepreneurshipD23/314Development Framework towards building sustainable SMEs in the Kingdom of BahrainBahrain
16.00 to 18.00Al ManaraTrack 7: Sustainable Tourism and Hospitality ManagementD23/214Possibilities of ecotourism development in the biosphere reservesSlovakia
16.00 to 18.00Al ManaraTrack 7: Sustainable Tourism and Hospitality ManagementD23/216Regional quality mark as a competitive advantage of biosphere reservesSlovakia
16.00 to 18.00Al ManaraTrack 7: Sustainable Tourism and Hospitality ManagementD23/226A conceptual Model for Developing Adoptive Smart TourismIran
16.00 to 18.00Al ManaraTrack 7: Sustainable Tourism and Hospitality ManagementD23/237Mindfulness as a driver for a more sustainable approach of tourismRomania
16.00 to 18.00Al ManaraTrack 8: Sustainable Development: Renewable Energy and Natural ResourcesD23/215Marketing communication of biosphere reserves: How to build awareness of their importance for sustainable development?Slovakia
16.00 to 18.00Al ManaraTrack 8: Sustainable Development: Renewable Energy and Natural ResourcesD23/221Renewable energy and natural resources – are the gulf cooperation council prepared for energy transition for a sustainable future? – vision, strategies, and challengesOman
16.00 to 18.00Al ManaraTrack 8: Sustainable Development: Renewable Energy and Natural ResourcesD23/229An empirical analysis of the relationships between environmental and energy innovations, democracy, and environmental well-being across South and Southeast AsiaBangladesh
16.00 to 18.00Al ManaraTrack 8: Sustainable Development: Renewable Energy and Natural ResourcesD23/236Strategic and operational agility for the benefit of a sobriety approach: cross-views between large groups and impact startupsFrance
TIMEVenueTrackCodeTitleCountry
09.00 to 10.00Al Shindagah-BTrack 9: Public Policy and AdministrationD23/211Public service’s values and universities’ social responsibility: communication strategy or action framework?France
09.00 to 10.00Al Shindagah-BTrack 9: Public Policy and AdministrationD23/232The Competitiveness of Public Educational PoliciesRomania
09.00 to 10.00Al Shindagah-BTrack 9: Public Policy and AdministrationD23/234The motivations and obstacles to the implementation of public policies encouraging the sorting of organic waste, case of a metropolis of 400,000 citizenFrance
09.00 to 10.00Al Shindagah-BTrack 9: Public Policy and AdministrationD23/260Governance and Institutional Framework in Kwara State-Nigeria During the Pandemic Era: An AppraisalNigeria
09.00 to 10.00Al Shindagah-BTrack 9: Public Policy and AdministrationD23/278Devolution of Power: The Case For Sustainable Socio-Economic and Political Development in NigeriaNigeria
09.00 to 10.00Al ManaraTrack 10: Digital Transformation of Business and SocietyD23/223Learners’ Intention to use an EdTech Platform in India: Extending the Technology Acceptance ModelIndia
09.00 to 10.00Al ManaraTrack 10: Digital Transformation of Business and SocietyD23/235Augmented Reality in Digital Transformation of Jewelry Retail Business: Select Indian Case StudiesIndia
09.00 to 10.00Al ManaraTrack 10: Digital Transformation of Business and SocietyD23/250New Education Policy 2020 and Digital Transformation in India – Impact on Responsible Management Education Initiatives in B SchoolsIndia
09.00 to 10.00Al ManaraTrack 10: Digital Transformation of Business and SocietyD23/253Role of security leaders in enhancing cybersecurity protective behaviour in cloud computing environmentsMalaysia
09.00 to 10.00Al ThanyaTrack 11: Organizational Behavior Leadership and MotivationD23/212The influence of Flexible Work Arrangements on Innovative Work Behavior of employees in the IT sector of the Republic of SerbiaSerbia
09.00 to 10.00Al ThanyaTrack 11: Organizational Behavior Leadership and MotivationD23/213Effects of training and development on organizational performances in the CEE countries: Cranet 2021 project resultsSerbia
09.00 to 10.00Al ThanyaTrack 11: Organizational Behavior Leadership and MotivationD23/230Leadership style and motivation of care workers: the case of health networks in FranceFrance
09.00 to 10.00Al ThanyaTrack 11: Organizational Behavior Leadership and MotivationD23/240Followers’ Respect for Servant Leadership in Asian High-Power-Distance Cultures: A Literature ReviewSingapore
09.00 to 10.00Al ThanyaTrack 11: Organizational Behavior Leadership and MotivationD23/254How does Knowledge Hiding Behavior Affect Subjective Career Success? Moderating Role of Barriers to CareerNigeria
10.00 to 11.00Al Shindagah-BTrack 12: Emerging Technologies – Application of AI and Machine LearningD23/242Immunoinformatics Machine learning tools to design a multi-epitope vaccine against Hepatitis E VirusIndia
10.00 to 11.00Al Shindagah-BTrack 12: Emerging Technologies – Application of AI and Machine LearningD23/244Predicting Iron deficiency in pregnant and young infants in India-Karnataka using Machine LearningIndia
10.00 to 11.00Al Shindagah-BTrack 12: Emerging Technologies – Application of AI and Machine LearningD23/257Artificial Intelligence and the FutureNigeria
10.00 to 11.00Al ManaraTrack 8A: Sustainable Development: Renewable Energy and Natural ResourcesD23/238Importance of Tourism Growth, Financial Development, FDI and Energy use in Influencing Economic Development and Carbon Emissions in GCC CountriesBahrain
10.00 to 11.00Al ManaraTrack 8A: Sustainable Development: Renewable Energy and Natural ResourcesD23/245The importance of technological innovation in improving electricity accessibility: fresh evidence from novel Method of Moments Quantile Regression analysisBangladesh
10.00 to 11.00Al ManaraTrack 8A: Sustainable Development: Renewable Energy and Natural ResourcesD23/251Index for Measuring Environment and Social Sustainability Of Supply Chain – A Study of Indian IT Product Manufacturers Post COVID-19UAE
10.00 to 11.00Al ManaraTrack 8A: Sustainable Development: Renewable Energy and Natural ResourcesD23/255GDP in the context of Sustainable DevelopmentUAE
10.00 to 11.00Al ManaraTrack 8A: Sustainable Development: Renewable Energy and Natural ResourcesD23/264Role of Climate Change in Environmental Terrorism and its impact on National SecurityRomania
10.00 to 11.00Al ThanyaTrack 9A: Public Policy and AdministrationD23/279A historical assessment of agricultural restructuring as a panacea for diversifying the Nigerian EconomyNigeria
10.00 to 11.00Al ThanyaTrack 9A: Public Policy and AdministrationD23/281Intersectoral institutional resource sharing within public-private-people-science partnership to ensure the efficiency and quality of public governanceLatvia
10.00 to 11.00Al ThanyaTrack 9A: Public Policy and AdministrationD23/282How Shared Leadership Emerges and Evolves? A case Study of a Small Associative Sports ClubFrance
10.00 to 11.00Al ThanyaTrack 9A: Public Policy and AdministrationD23/283The main challenges for municipalities in circular ecosystem: construction and demolition waste management case studyLatvia
10.00 to 11.00Al ThanyaTrack 9A: Public Policy and AdministrationD23/308Challenges Regarding the Concept of the EU Cohesion Policy for the Period 2021-2027North Macedonia
11.30 to 12.30Al Shindagah-BTrack 8B: Sustainable Development: Renewable Energy and Natural ResourcesD23/289Design solar power plant on the river KhvrilaGeorgia
11.30 to 12.30Al Shindagah-BTrack 8B: Sustainable Development: Renewable Energy and Natural ResourcesD23/290Investigating the role of Big Data in enhancing Supply Chain Performance in Circular EconomyUAE
11.30 to 12.30Al Shindagah-BTrack 8B: Sustainable Development: Renewable Energy and Natural ResourcesD23/307Implication of Covid-19 outbreak on World Economy and Renewable Energy SectorUAE
11.30 to 12.30Al Shindagah-BTrack 8B: Sustainable Development: Renewable Energy and Natural ResourcesD23/312A review on socially responsible and sustainable performance practices for oil and gas sector companiesUAE
11.30 to 12.30Al Shindagah-BTrack 8B: Sustainable Development: Renewable Energy and Natural ResourcesD23/315Urban Solid Waste Management- Challenges Of Bangalore City: A ReviewIndia
11.30 to 12.30Al ManaraTrack 10A: Digital Transformation of Business and SocietyD23/256Unlocking the Potential of AI in Education: What Higher Education Needs to KnowCanada
11.30 to 12.30Al ManaraTrack 10A: Digital Transformation of Business and SocietyD23/268Examining the Effect of Teacher Competency, University Facilities, Classroom Environment, and ICT Resources on Word of MouthUAE
11.30 to 12.30Al ManaraTrack 10A: Digital Transformation of Business and SocietyD23/276Leaf to Saree”- Traditional Era to Digital Era India
11.30 to 12.30Al ManaraTrack 10A: Digital Transformation of Business and SocietyD23/277Digital Citizenship Education: perceptions on the concept, self-reported competences and practices of Georgian school societyGeorgia
11.30 to 12.30Al ManaraTrack 10A: Digital Transformation of Business and SocietyD23/316Impact of Website Quality, Product Assortment, and Perceived Security on Customer RetentionUAE
11.30 to 12.30Al ThanyaTrack 11A: Organizational Behavior Leadership and MotivationD23/258Effect of customers and concern for employees as mission statement components on quality teaching and learning in business schoolsUAE
11.30 to 12.30Al ThanyaTrack 11A: Organizational Behavior Leadership and MotivationD23/265The Effect of Nepotism/ Favoritism on Flight Attendant’s Emotional Dissonance and Intention to Sabotage: The Moderating Role of Psychological CapitalUAE
11.30 to 12.30Al ThanyaTrack 11A: Organizational Behavior Leadership and MotivationD23/270The Role of Employer Branding in Attracting and Retaining Information and Communication Technology TalentsGeorgia
11.30 to 12.30Al ThanyaTrack 11A: Organizational Behavior Leadership and MotivationD23/273Human Resources Development Model Towards QS Ranking by Business and Management Subject and State Higher Education of Legal Entity: A Case Study at Faculty of Economics and Business Universitas Negeri SurabayaIndonesia
11.30 to 12.30Al ThanyaTrack 11A: Organizational Behavior Leadership and MotivationD23/280Is Talent Manager the New Job Title for Human Resources Manager?France
12.30 to 13.30Al Shindagah-BTrack 10B: Digital Transformation of Business and SocietyD23/284Behavioral Intention and Usage Behavior Towards Digital Learning Platforms in General Santos CityPhilippines
12.30 to 13.30Al Shindagah-BTrack 10B: Digital Transformation of Business and SocietyD23/303Academic Continuity and Digitization in Higher EducationGeorgia
12.30 to 13.30Al Shindagah-BTrack 10B: Digital Transformation of Business and SocietyD23/304Mobile Innovation Integration With Beacons Technology Toward Smart Retail BusinessUAE
12.30 to 13.30Al Shindagah-BTrack 10B: Digital Transformation of Business and SocietyD23/306Transformation of Telemedicine Practices through the use of Multifunctional Exam Devices: Case of GeorgiaGeorgia
12.30 to 13.30Al ManaraTrack 12A: Emerging Technologies – Application of AI and Machine LearningD23/259Ethics and Standards of Artificial IntelligenceNigeria
12.30 to 13.30Al ManaraTrack 12A: Emerging Technologies – Application of AI and Machine LearningD23/263Application of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in the Real worldNigeria
12.30 to 13.30Al ManaraTrack 12A: Emerging Technologies – Application of AI and Machine LearningD23/266Application of Deep Neural Networks: A ReviewUAE
12.30 to 13.30Al ThanyaTrack 11B: Organizational Behavior Leadership and MotivationD23/288The evolution of the role of the secondary school’s principals: From representation to the reality of managerial practicesFrance
12.30 to 13.30Al ThanyaTrack 11B: Organizational Behavior Leadership and MotivationD23/294Evolution of Employee Diversity at Workplace: Middle East PerspectiveUAE
12.30 to 13.30Al ThanyaTrack 11B: Organizational Behavior Leadership and MotivationD23/302Love me, Love me not: Employee Loyalty and Retention in Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishery Sectors in Bosnia and HerzegovinaBosnia and Herzegovina
14.30 to 15.30Al Shindagah-BTrack 11C: Organizational Behavior Leadership and MotivationD23/305Employee Performance in Business Organizations: How Does Management Control Process Affect It?UAE
14.30 to 15.30Al Shindagah-BTrack 11C: Organizational Behavior Leadership and MotivationD23/310Technological Change Management: A case of understanding the attitudes of Front-line employees at Luxury Resorts in The MaldivesUAE
14.30 to 15.30Al Shindagah-BTrack 11C: Organizational Behavior Leadership and MotivationD23/311Motivation – a dominant challengeGeorgia
14.30 to 15.30Al ManaraTrack 12B: Emerging Technologies – Application of AI and Machine LearningD23/269Song Recommendation Based on Mood using Viola–Jones and Local Binary Pattern AlgorithmsPhilippines
14.30 to 15.30Al ManaraTrack 12B: Emerging Technologies – Application of AI and Machine LearningD23/296Comparative Analysis of the Data Recovery Capabilities of Forensic ToolsJordan
14.30 to 15.30Al ManaraTrack 12B: Emerging Technologies – Application of AI and Machine LearningD23/301Stock Market Prediction: Application Of Artificial Intelligence ToolsUAE
14.30 to 15.30Al ManaraTrack 12B: Emerging Technologies – Application of AI and Machine LearningD23/318Baybay Word Fighter: An Android Game to Learn BaybayinPhilippines

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