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The International Conference on Sustainable Development 2017 Canada consists of following themes. 1. Development, 2. Economics, 3. Environment and Natural Resources, 4. Food and Agriculture, 5. Governance, 6. Health, 7. Information and communication, 8. Science and technology, 9. Social policy....
This workshop brings together experts from academia and policy institutions around the world to discuss recent developments in the field. The goal of the conference is to provide a frank and critical assessment of all papers presented and to take stock of where we are and where we should be heading.
IWFSAS 2017 aims at providing an opportunity for established and emerging researchers and policy makers to discuss the merits and risks of diversity in the financial system architecture, particularly in terms of the links between diversity and systemic risk, impact on financial stability and...
The mission of the conference is to create a platform where economists and financial experts from academe, government, and the private sector can present their research results, exchange ideas and network in a collegial environment. Meetings also provide opportunities for participants to renew...
Conference Themes: - Biophysical Limits, - Equity, Social Justice and the Commons, - Alternative Movements and Discourses, - Finance, Markets and Ecological Macroeconomics, - Pathways to Change: Tools and Strategies.
We welcome rigorous and insightful research on any accounting topic, from history to emerging issues.
The Urban Economics Association is an informal association, whose members are economic researchers with a focus on urban topics. The group seeks to promote participation and excellence in academic research in urban and regional economics.
This XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology will focus on how scholars, public intellectuals, policy makers, journalists and activists from diverse fields can and do contribute to our understanding of power, violence and justice.
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