The advancement of science is an important basic for the country’s development. It should be supported by the analysis which could provide solutions of various problems and phenomena happened in society. One of the problems amidst the problems around the world is how to resolve the economics and social problem as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic. The complex problems due to pandemic are not merely believed to be bias if it is solved by a science so that it needs collaboration of other social sciences. Due to these issues of social science, we are conducting the 1st Brawijaya International Conference on Business and Law (BICoBL) 2022 on the 27th of October, 2022 in Bogor. The theme of the conference entitles “Collaboration of Business and Law After Pandemic to Enhance Sustainable Development”. We are looking forward to having you in our conference.
Hassan Qaqaya joined the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in 1981, and from 2006 to 2015, he served as the branch’s chief. His areas of expertise include financial regulation, international commerce, anti-dumping, and competition and consumer policy. In more than 60 developing nations and economies in transition, he has provided advice in these areas to governments, public and private organizations, and youthful competition and consumer authorities. Hassan has an MSc in economics from the London School of Economics and a Master of Laws in International Law from the University of Lausanne. For the past 20 years, he has traveled the globe, helping many nations develop their competition laws and application requirements and organizing workshops to build capacity. He is a Senior Fellow in the Melbourne Law Masters and contributes to the MLM online Global Competition and Consumer Law program.
Since 1991, Dr. Sukarmi has held a permanent lectureship in international trade law, contracts law, and banking law at the Universitas Brawijaya Faculty of Law in Malang. She has authored books, articles, and research papers on electronic contracts and anti-dumping legislation. Sukarmi is a member of the 1945 Constitution Amendment Study Team, the Women’s Role Research Center, the Chair of the Regional Banking Research Institute, and the Coordinator of the Postgraduate Program Notary Masters at Universitas Brawijaya in addition to studying at the Center for Human Rights Studies, the Center for Regional Autonomy Studies, and the Center for Economic Law Studies at Brawijaya University.
At the moment, Radityo Handrito is employed by the Brawijaya University Department of Management. He teaches in the faculty of economics and business’s management department. At the University of Ghent, Radityo conducts research in marketing, entrepreneurial economics, and business administration. Implicit and Explicit Motivation in Business Application is his current project.
Call for Papers
Authors are requested to submit an abstract to the Organizing Committee by 10 September 2022. The abstract must contain the following section: introduction, aim of the study, method, results, conclusion, and keywords. The abstract must have no longer than 200 words.
[IMPORTANT] To submit an abstract, authors must register first (click here). Then they can submit their abstracts by logging in to this site (menu “Submission System” then “Login”). The submitted abstracts will be selected for presentation. The manuscripts (full papers) should be submitted only after the abstracts are accepted. The paper must be submitted before 20 September 2021. Please go to “Submission System” menu then “Login” to submit the full paper. The papers should be written in English and must be between 4 to 6 pages.