Conference Dates: February 15-16, 2019
Venue: The Ambassador Hotel Bangkok, 171 Soi Sukhumvit 11,
Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand.
Hotel Tel: 66(0)2 254-0444
Dear & Esteemed Colleagues,
Global Business Research Journals (GBRJ) & Greater Vision are greatly pleased to extend a warm welcome to you to the 22nd Asia-Pacific Conference on Global Business, Economics, Finance & Social Sciences (AP19Thailand Conference). This upcoming academic research conference will be held in the beautiful global city of Bangkok-Thailand for two days from February 15-16, 2019.
Kindly submit your abstracts/ full papers/ posters/ case studies in all areas of business and social research. You may also submit your abstracts/full papers/case studies & posters using the ‘online submission window’ available at the ‘paper submission’ page or you may also submit to our conference email id firstname.lastname@example.org .
In addition, in the interest of global academic community, we do organize a panel discussion on the following topic. We are, pretty sure that this discussion would add greater value to enhance your support to your students.
Topic:“Integrating Technology into Teaching"!
Balanced economic growth is absolutely necessary for every economy as it is an indication that every segment and parts of an economy function in a stable and healthy way. Such a balanced growth aims at defeating poverty, economists argue. Focusing on leading sectors is alright, but in the long-run, what is necessary is ensuring the overall growth of the economy, as a whole. Economists further argue that balanced growth helps consistency and balanced growth of the nation’s vital sectors.
According to Ragnar Nurke’s ‘balanced growth theory’ the following developments happens in an economy. Largescale investments would take place in many sectors simultaneously followed by complementarity of demand between sectors. With the result, size of the market expands with economic growth and expansion. This type of balanced economic growth and development is healthier in the long-run, economists claim. Optimum utilization of resources, productivity, rise in consumption, stability in economic growth and inclusive growth are other benefits the economy would witness, in the long-run.
It is a well-known fact that every economy functions in the ecosystem. The environmental and ecosystem greatly contributes to the factors of production. Sustainable economic growth ensures that all the resources available are managed so efficiently that the existing natural wealth such as water, flora-fauna, land, forests and other assets are not depleted. In a nutshell, the quality of air, water and food will not be affected by pollution and other hazardous aspects affecting mankind. Three pillars identified by the United Nations Organization (UN 2005 World Summit) are economic development, social development and environmental protection. Many nations have introduced far-reaching measures to ensure sustainable economic growth so that the next generation does not suffer from any kind of shortages of natural resources and wealth.Against this background, the upcoming conference would focus on offering a rich and memorable academic experience for the delegates participating in the event from different parts of the world.
Delegates participating in our conferences have publishing opportunities in our refereed journals. We follow double-blind review process for publishing your papers in our journals.