Forum on Sustainable Development
in Emerging Countries

Call for Paper:Sustainable Development in Emerging Countries

发表时间:2019-06-11 21:31

Call for Papers and Forum on

Sustainable Development in Emerging Countries

July 13-14, 2019

Venue: Yunnan University, School of Business and Tourism Management, Kunming, China

The Sustainable Development in Emerging Countries Forum (SDEC2019) was founded by the School of SBTM, Yunnan University. SDEC2019 provides an open platform for academics and practitioners from around the world to share and discuss ideas and issues related to new thinking and research findings in the broad area of development economics and business management.

Forum themes should be related to issues facing the topic, including, but not limited, to:

ØSustainable Economic Development

ØFood safety

ØUrban development

ØTourism service trade

ØE-business and poverty reduction

ØEmpirical evidence of unbalanced economy

ØTourism economics

ØFinancial development and poverty reduction

ØPoverty and Income inequality

ØSustainable Business Management

ØAction learning

ØEnterprise ecosystem construction

ØHuman resource management

ØBusiness start-up and innovation

ØStudies on women entrepreneurs

ØLogistics economics

ØInternational management

ØLand and economic reforms

ØTrade and foreign direct investment

ØEthics and Sustainability

ØEthnic conflict

ØPopulation, resource and environment

ØInstitutional development and reforms and their impact

ØImpact of financial crises and natural disasters

ØMinority national culture protection

ØInformation System and Environmental Protection

ØEconomic Development and Environmental Protection


Prof. Yasheng Huang   

MIT Sloan School of Management

Prof. Wan Qing Lv

Dean of School of Business and Tourism Management, Yunnan University, China.

Prof. WeiMin Tian

Executive director of the QiDi Business School Yunnan University, China.

Prof. Sushanta K Mallick

Professor of International Finance at the School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London, UK. Co-editor-in-Chief of ‘Economic Modelling’


Excellent Papers presented at the conference will be considered for publication (subject to double-blind reviewing process) in a regular issue of Economic Modelling, which is a   leading 35-year old scholarly journal published by Elsevier and indexed by SSCI.


Paper proposals, consisting of an abstract of no more than 400 words and/or complete papers, should be submitted via email: