UE CBA Caloocan Congress 2021 Calls for Fresh Sustainable Enterprise Papers

 

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Following its successful inaugural research congress dubbed Congress 2020: Advances in Sustainable Enterprise Research held last January 20, the University of the East, College of Business Administration, Caloocan  (UE CBA Caloocan) is forging ahead with the congress’ next edition. Titled “The 2021 Advances in Sustainable Enterprise Research (2021 ASER),” this international research conference will be conducted online on January 21 to 23, 2021.

 

Like Congress 2020, 2021 ASER will be co-convened by UE CBA Caloocan and Surabaya, Indonesia-based STIE Mahardika, with Australia’s Academy of Entrepreneurs as virtual host. Just as with Congress 2020, 2021 ASER is a higher education forum aimed at gathering and disseminating research output from the scientific community in the field of sustainable business, with the ultimate goal of encouraging networking among participants from various institutions and countries while drawing up ideas in the field of sustainable business that can be realized locally and internationally.

 

With “We Can Change the World: Creating Sustainable Enterprises for Global Impact” as theme, the 2021 ASER organizers and conveners are now calling for papers that will propose valiant, inclusive and resilient—and globally impactful—enterprises.

 

2021 ASER’s topics are divided into three tracks, with corresponding sub-tracks, namely:

 

Track 1 Entrepreneurial Strategies for a Post-Pandemic Future

1.Opportunities, Sustainability, and Impact in a Changed Global Marketplace

2. Digitalization and Social Media-Enabled Platforms for Sustainable Impact

3. IOT and Strategic Realities Reshaping the Virtual Enterprise

 

Track 2 — Sustainable Enterprises and the Asian Entrepreneurial Society

1. New Markets and Opportunities at the Bottom of the Pyramid

2. Entrepreneurship in Disproportionately Impacted Communities

3. Social Entrepreneurship Networks across Sectors and Geographical Boundaries

 

Track 3 — Rethinking the Business Model for the New Normal

1.Planet, People, and Profit at the Center of Emerging Models of Change

2. Collaborative Virtual Work Spaces, Hubs and Markets

3. Co-Creation and Innovation Post-Pandemic

 

The call for papers is open to academics and researchers within and outside UE, its local and international academic partners, academics and researchers from other HEIs, and research-oriented members and constituents of professional organizations such as PICPA, the government and our alumni, such as through the UE CBA Caloocan Alumni Association, Inc.

 

 

Abstracts are now accepted by UE CBA Caloocan and must be in by October 15, 2020.

 

The abstract guidelines:

1. The abstract may be submitted by an individual author or a group of authors.

2. It must be an abstract of an original work.

3. The abstract shall contain the title, the author(s) and brief statements of the problem, the research method, the findings and the conclusion.

 

4. Two spaces after, the following information about the author(s) must be supplied:

a. Name: Title (e.g., Dr., Mr. or Ms.), First Name, Middle Initial and Surname

b. Name of school or organization

c. Mailing address and email address

d. Contact number

 

5. The abstract should not exceed 200 words and should be one paragraph only.

6. The body should be single-spaced.

7. The abstract should be encoded and saved using MS Word (not PDF), in Arial 10 points for text, 12 points bold for the title, and 10 points bold for the name of the author.

8. The abstract should be emailed on or before October 15, 2020, to <2021aser.virtual@gmail.com>.

9. The announcement of the presentation acceptance will be on October 30, 2020.

10. The presentation of each accepted paper will be limited to 15 minutes.

 

For registration and inquiries, including about the abstract and paper formats, please email <2021aser.virtual@gmail.com>.

 

We look forward to your sustainability researches, dear participants!

 

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