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Finance, Marketing, HRM
and Economics

Session Overview

The forthcoming 3rd Asia Pacific Conference on Educational Research, Social Science and Humanities (APCERSSH-2024) is designed to serve as a premier platform for esteemed Research Experts worldwide. Attendees can anticipate unparalleled opportunities to network, gain invaluable insights, showcase their hidden potential, present significant research findings, and receive due credit and recognition for their diligent work. With an overarching theme centred on preparing for a sustainable future, the conference aims to pave the way for a healthier and brighter tomorrow for generations to come. Prepare to embark on an extraordinary journey of research innovation, collaboration, and enlightenment as we collectively strive to shape the future and redefine the very essence of scholarly achievement. APCERSSH-2024 cordially invites submissions of full papers and abstracts across a spectrum of sessions, including (but not limited to) the following:

(a) Gender Studies, (b) Culture Studies, (c) Political Studies, (d) Religious Studies, (e) Anthropology Studies, (f) Linguistics, (g) Current Trends in Educational Research, (h) Finance, Marketing, HRM and Economics

Finance, Marketing, HRM and Economics
is contribution to The Sustainable Development Goals

Goal 4: Quality Education:
To establish sustainable quality education by examining the intersection of contemporary economic and societal trends, encompassing the evolution of digital currencies like cryptocurrency, as well as the influence of neuromarketing and data-driven HR approaches, etc
To investigate topics such as relative economic power among human races, concerns regarding resource depletion, and taxation policies for multinational corporations, etc. with the aim of ensuring equitable access to quality education and fostering lifelong learning opportunities for all.
Goal 5: Gender Equality:
nvestigate the societal benefits of Finance, Marketing, HRM, and Economics in combating gender discrimination and stereotypes, and in promoting women's empowerment to reduce violence against women and foster positive social change.
Examine how advancements in Finance, Marketing, HRM, and Economics can mitigate the risk of violence against women, address complex issues, provide support in times of need, and ensure safe internet usage, thus increasing awareness and fostering enhanced social impact.
Goal 8 : Decent Work and Economic Growth
To gain insights from research across disciplines such as business models, management, and accounting that fosters sustained economic growth, full employment, and decent work opportunities by addressing factors like innovation, ethical business practices, and resource management.
Research across diverse disciplines, including business models, management, and sustainable development, offers insights crucial for fostering sustained economic growth, full employment, and equitable work opportunities.
Goal 14 : Life Below Water:
o unravel the intricacies of submarine ecosystems, aiding in conservation efforts to protect marine life and habitats through research efforts from disciplines like Finance, Marketing, HRM and Economics, etc.
Goal 15 : Life on Land:
By analysing the contributions of multiple research projects in domains like Finance, Marketing, HRM and Economics, etc., efforts to preserve the flora and fauna of these distinctive ecosystems could be facilitated by gaining an understanding of abiotic processes in undersea habitats.
Goal 16 : Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
Investigate how leveraging disciplines such as Finance, Marketing, HRM, and Economics fosters efficient institution-building, promoting transparency, and inclusivity in governance.
Research how disciplines like Finance, Marketing, HRM, and Economics support the establishment of responsible institutions by developing advances in financial management, market analysis, human resource management strategies, and economic policies, thus opening the door for inclusive communities and long-term sustainable development.
Goal 17: Partnerships for the Goals:
To bring to light cutting-edge trends in research from a range of academic fields that support successful collaborations between the public, commercial, and civil society sectors by fostering knowledge-sharing and resource-sharing tactics.
Explore how digital initiatives leverage technology to create and deploy creative solutions, endorsing sustainability endeavours in harmony with worldwide collaborations for sustainable development.

Who Can Join

Research Scholars
Technology Experts
Students & Alumini’s
Editorial Board Members of Journals
Government Officials
Industry Professionals

Finance, Marketing, HRM and Economics


1 Cryptocurrency

2 Neuromarketing

3 Data driven HR

4 AI @ workplace

5 Remote working and Learning

6 Trade protectionism in context of international trade agreements

7 How will societies manage transition from fossil fuels to alternative energy?

8 Tourism evolution in age of low-cost airlines

9 Relative economic power as a function of human race topic.

10 Resource depletion – when will it happen for various resources?

11 Multinational corporation taxation – what is correct approach?

12 Offshore jurisdictions as an encouraging factor for worldwide corruption.

13 Anticipated damage to global economy following global warming.

14 Problem of national debt for countries worldwide.

Session Speakers

Dr. Hasanuzzaman Tushar

Associate Professor
IUBAT - International University of Business Agriculture and Technology

Key Themes

  • The conference on Educational Research, Social Science, and Humanities presents an enriching session on Gender Studies, delving into multifaceted subtopics that provoke critical analysis and discussion.
  • The session scrutinizes Mass Media's role as a potent instrument for propagating gender equality in conservative patriarchal societies. Examining how entertainment media can challenge ingrained norms and foster progressive attitudes underscores the transformative potential of storytelling and representation in shaping cultural narratives.
  • In the realm of employment practices, the discourse navigates the complex terrain of preferential hiring based on gender. Through nuanced discussions, participants explore the ethical considerations and practical implications of affirmative action, pondering when such measures are justified and when they risk perpetuating discriminatory practices.
  • Family Evolution vis-a-vis Egalitarian Societies invites reflections on the evolution of familial structures and their alignment with principles of equality. By juxtaposing traditional familial models with egalitarian ideals, scholars interrogate how societal shifts influence gender dynamics within intimate spaces.
  • The session also probes into the stress resilience of genders in professional settings, questioning whether resilience varies based on profession or is inherently linked to gender. By unpacking the nuanced interplay of societal expectations, workplace culture, and individual coping mechanisms, participants engage in illuminating discussions on gendered experiences of stress and resilience.
  • Focusing on worldview disparities, the discourse navigates the similarities and differences between male and female perspectives. By dissecting cognitive, emotional, and cultural influences, scholars seek to elucidate how gender shapes one's perception of self, others, and the world at large.
  • Analysing variations in social network sizes across genders sheds light on the intricate web of social connections that underpin individuals' lives. Exploring the factors influencing network formation and maintenance, participants gain insights into how gender dynamics intersect with social capital and support systems.
  • The session also confronts the stark disparities in suicide attempt and completion rates across genders in the United States. By scrutinizing underlying sociocultural factors and systemic shortcomings, scholars endeavour to devise holistic approaches to mental health support that address gender-specific vulnerabilities.
  • Finally, the conference delves into diverse conceptions of happiness across genders, unravelling the nuanced interplay of societal expectations, individual aspirations, and cultural norms. By interrogating how gender shapes perceptions of fulfillment and well-being, participants embark on a journey to reconceptualize happiness in more inclusive and equitable terms.

Evaluation Process

  • IFERP ensures a timely and fair review process for abstracts submitted to APCERSSH -2024, despite a large volume of submissions.
  • Within 2-3 days of the abstract submission, a double-blind peer review process is conducted by the scientific review committee.
  • Authors will receive the results of the abstract review within 2-4 days of submission.
  • Notices of paper acceptance or rejection, along with reviewer comments, will be sent to the author.
  • If revisions are required, authors must submit amended abstracts within a week.
  • Rejected manuscripts will include reviewer suggestions to aid authors in improving their studies.

Scope & Benefits of Attending APCERSSH-2024 conference

Attending APCERSSH-2024

  • Comprehensive Coverage: APCERSSH 2024 offers a diverse array of session topics, ranging from Gender Studies to Finance, Marketing, HRM, and Economics. Attendees can explore various disciplines within educational research, social sciences, and humanities, gaining insights into the latest trends, methodologies, and theoretical frameworks shaping these fields.
  • Interdisciplinary Exchange: The conference provides a platform for interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration, fostering cross-pollination of ideas across different fields of study. Participants have the chance to engage with scholars and practitioners from diverse backgrounds, enriching their perspectives and expanding their professional networks.
  • Cutting-Edge Research Presentations: APCERSSH 2024 features presentations of cutting-edge research findings and innovative practices in educational research, social science, and humanities. Attendees gain access to the latest developments in their respective fields, staying abreast of emerging trends and contributing to the advancement of knowledge in their areas of expertise.
  • Networking Opportunities: The conference offers ample opportunities for networking, allowing attendees to connect with peers, mentors, and potential collaborators from around the Asia Pacific region and beyond. Through informal discussions, panel sessions, and social events, participants can exchange ideas, share best practices, and forge valuable partnerships for future research endeavours.
  • Professional Development: Attending APCERSSH 2024 provides valuable professional development opportunities, including workshops, seminars, and panel discussions led by experts in the field. Participants can enhance their research skills, learn new methodologies, and gain practical insights into addressing contemporary challenges in educational research, social science, and humanities.
  • Publication Opportunities: Presenting research at APCERSSH 2024 offers the chance for publication in conference proceedings or affiliated journals, providing scholars with a platform to disseminate their work to a wider audience and contribute to the academic discourse in their respective fields.

Author Guidelines

Guidelines for Abstract Submission:

  • Language: Abstracts must be written in English.
  • Length: Limited to one paragraph with 200-250 words.
  • Format: Submit in MS Word (.doc or .docx) document format.
  • Content: Abstracts should provide an informative summary of the original work. Include a brief biography with your abstract, following the example provided in the template.
  • Formatting: Center-align the Title, Author's Names, and Affiliations. Underline the presenting author's name.
  • Submission: Please submit your abstract through the designated submission portal.
  • Acknowledgment: Upon abstract submission, you will receive an acknowledgment email within three working days.

Evaluation Process

Guidelines for Full Paper Submission

If your abstract has been accepted and the registration fee for APCERSSH-2024 has been paid, you are invited to submit the full paper. Please adhere to the following guidelines for the submission:

  • Total number of pages: 6-8 in double-column format
  • Language: English (checked for grammar and language errors)
  • Tables, figures, and images should be properly named and of high quality.
  • Keywords should be written in lowercase letters (except for names/scientific names) and separated by commas.
  • Affiliation names, including the country, must be provided.
  • Each paper should be structured into the following sections:
  • Background, Motivation, and Objective
  • Statement of Contribution/Methods
  • Results, Discussions, and Conclusions

Once your full paper is prepared according to the above instructions, please proceed to submit it through the provided link. Submit your Full paper Here.

Session Lists


Computational Intelligence And Machine Learning
ISSN: 2582-7464
Technoarete Journal on Advances in E-Commerce and E-Business
ISSN: 2583-3049
Technoarete Transactions on Advances in Data Science and Analytics
ISSN: 2583-2956
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