E = E³ : The Future of Education is Dependent on Entrepreneurship, Employment and Economic Development
|• Make-In-India Vs. Make-For-India: understanding the impact|
a. From the perspective of established players - Local and Multinationals
b. From the perspective of Entrepreneurs
• China and World dominance: How they did it?
• Can two Manufacturing hubs co-exist?
• Competing on Costs: How viable is it in the long run
• Role of Entrepreneurs in building manufacturing capacity
• Subcontracting to a third nation: Is it viable? Is it desirable? How do we do it?
• Chinese companies in India: 'Similarity in buyer behavior'?
• Role of Youth: How would China address graying of its population; its impact on overall positioning as a manufacturing hub
• Automation of factories: Possibilities of shifting factories to homeland?
• Educating the youth: contributions to Economic growth
• Reasons for exponential growth of South Korean economy
• Role of Entrepreneurs in the growth of South Korean economy
• Cooperation and Co-optition: Sustaining businesses in the long run
• Shifting base to India: How difficult was it for Hyundai to move to Chennai? How has it impacted SMEs operating in Auto Industry in India
• Understanding Indian Consumers: Are we really different when compared to Home Country consumers?
• Facilitating Relations between Countries: Role of Business; Role of Culture ; Role of Political will; stability of political masters
• g. Competing on Innovation: Role of youth in Innovation
• Educating the youth: How innovative can we get?
• Finding common grounds : Australasia and its impact on world dominance
• Regional Associations: Can cooperation among member countries help reduce economic gap?
• Role of NGOs: Is Win-win possibilities
• Terrorism and trade: Can it move together?
• Teaching innovation and creativity
• War and Peace: Impact on Business
• Balancing the act: Can shifting manufacturing base improve relations between two countries?
• Cultural differences and its impact on economic relations
• Personality driven relations: How long will they last?
• Business as usual: Do they still take Commonwealth seriously?
The above list is not exhaustive. Research papers are invited on any other area related to the main theme.
Amity University in association with the leading Universities of World, is also organizing a Consortium on February 3-5, 2016 at Amity University, Noida. The main objective of the Consortium is to provide a forum for discussing and sharing research based ideas with a view to enhance the awareness of the best practices in both the countries for the benefit of academicians, consultants and policy makers. The Consortium will see the deliberations from professionals across the world.
Selected papers will be published in the form of an edited book with ISBN number. Some of the selected papers will also be published in the International, peer reviewed, indexed, listed Amity Journals.
Kindly submit your research paper before 30th January 2016 in the prescribed format.
Kindly register with us before 30th January 2016 & cross check with the advisory board.
Kindly submit your case study before 30th January 2016 in the prescribed format.