About

The last two decades have seen extensive research on the topics of emerging markets. There has been number of international conferences and articles reported on this topic. The developed markets saw an opportunity in the developing and emerging markets. This scenario changed over a period of time. Various parts of the world moved to the next orbit of development. The developed markets have seen severe financial turbulence in the last decade, which influenced the overall growth of the emerging as well as the developed markets. This led to initial stagnation in certain markets followed by signs of recovery. In view of this, researchers have started realizing the need of an extensive research on managing in the recovering markets.

This conference has been planned to initiate a debate on this important issue of ‘managing in recovering markets’, the opportunities and challenges of it. Taking a multi-disciplinary approach, this conference will have several sessions. 

About organisers

Australian Centre for Asian Business

The Australian Centre for Asian Business (ACAB) is located within the UniSA Business School. We are a community of leading academics in the fields of Business, Commerce, Law, Management and Marketing dedicated to producing high-quality research on Asian business, and broadening the Australian understanding of the Asian business environment. We also encourage the development of collaborative partnerships between Australian and Asian scholars, businesses and institutions.

Management Development Institute

Management Development Institute (MDI), established in 1973, a top ranking business school in India, is a centre of excellence in management education, high quality research, executive development, and value added consultancy. It is the first Indian business school and second in Asia to be accredited by ‘Association of MBAs’ (AMBA), UK. MDI is also South Asian Quality Systems accredited by AMDISA in 2005. Various surveys have consistently ranked MDI amongst the top B-schools of the country.

Areas of study and research

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