The 17th INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT WORLD CONGRESS
The 17th International Management World Congress is an international academic conference dedicated to the promotion and publication of peer-reviewed research. Events organised by the LabExReFi in association with the Academic Council on the Global Governance Systemic Risk, under the auspices of the Financial Engineering and Banking System and sponsored by Global Journal of Strategies & Governance (Canada) and several other refereed journals, IMWC's mission is to encourage international business faculty members to respond to current international management issues and interact with practitioners. Professors, students, and business people are invited to gather to share their ideas and, thus, sow the seeds for global economic growth, market innovation, more effective international business practices, consumer trends, and greater profits through their research. IMWC is a wonderful opportunity to highlight and share the fruit of your cogitation! Participants include scholars from the leading global academic institutions as well consultants, researchers, governments, heads of solid waste utilization plants , heads of waste recovery, landfill operators, landfill gas extraction, collection and treatment professionals, anaerobic digestion experts, experts in enhanced leachate recirculation, water pollution control experts, waste management and waste to energy finance providers, leading legal practices and NGO representatives. Individuals and institutions from developing countries, newly industrialized countries, as well as industrialized countries are welcomed to join IMWC.
Your contribution is needed
Academics and researchers worldwide are invited to submit full-length papers, case studies or special session proposals for the International Management World Congress to be held in Miami. Topics in all areas relating to institutions, governance, corporate social responsibility, international marketing management, supply chain, international business theory, foreign direct investment, entry mode, organizations, innovation, knowledge management, business in emerging economies, developing country, multinational companies, cross-cultural management, international HRM, international economics, finance, accounting, SMEs, entrepreneurship, born global, international business education, agricultural wastes management, carbon finance mechanisms for solid waste management, Composting and chemical and biological treatment, construction and demolition wastes, contaminated sites management, economics of waste management, energy from waste and biomass, energy recovery and thermal treatment, green productivity practices and other proactive measures – 3R, hazardous waste management, household hazardous wastes, Improving conditions for private sector involvement in solid waste management projects, Industrial wastes management, infrastructure for solid waste management, integrated waste management, landfill site selection procedures and site selection alternatives, liners, caps, gas and leachate, mechanical-biological waste treatment, medical wastes management, mining and mineral wastes management, modernisation of waste management and waste-to-energy facilities, municipal wastes management, national solid waste management regulatory framework, packaging waste management, plastic waste management, Private sector involvement in recycling industry, processing municipal food waste, production of alternative fuel, public involvement in waste management and waste reduction, recycling more and landfilling less, Scrap tires management, solid waste dust, solid waste management challenges, utilization of waste materials in construction, waste collection, water pollution controlinternational business research methods are covered... Read more »
Ted Wilsonn, Ph.D