13th Annual GSMAC International Business and Academic Conference
Reimagining Capitalism in a Post-Globalization World
Entrepreneurship | Technology | Ethics
June 9, 2023
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The Griffiths School of Management and IT Conference (GSMAC) aims to examine the scientific aspects that arise in the real world of business management and entrepreneurship with the purpose of fostering sustainable solutions for the challenges faced by leaders and organizations in their effort to grow, develop and prosper.
This year, the 13th edition of our annual GSMAC conference is dedicated to the topic Reimagining Capitalism in a Post- Globalization World acknowledging that although there is great benefit in reflecting on the past and learning from lived experiences, the real value lies in looking forward and forging a path toward the future.
In the last three years, since humankind was hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, leaders across the spectrum, scientists, researchers, experts, and regular people alike have been challenged to look forward and build a path to get countries, organizations, institutions, communities, groups, families and individuals out of the turmoil and consequences of these past years. Economic and business research is called upon to play its role in the identification of concrete solutions for the challenges of the new social, economic and technological paradigm which companies are facing.
The goal of GSMAC Conference is to provide a transdisciplinary platform for academicians and professionals to interact and bounce ideas around the burning issues in Business Management, Entrepreneurship and Ethics. The focus of contributions to GSMAC conference ranges from finely grained and empirical principles to wide-ranging multidisciplinary practices and perspectives on knowledge and method.
All accepted, after peer review papers, are published with Springer International in the GSMAC Conference Proceedings (ISSN 2198-7246) and are submitted yearly for evaluating and indexing by ISI Web of Science – Clarivate.