Conference Code: 21NO06ICASCE003
The influx of sudden exogenous shock of the pandemic took the world by storm. Every living entity got affected in some proportion, and as we pen this down, countries are still struggling and have not been able to cope with this menace. The challenges posed by this pandemic are daunting. The situation posed is nothing less than a global catastrophe. However, with situations like this, the natural character of countries, governments, organizations, industries, and citizens are put to the test. The time is ripe to review what we have been doing thus far, and to put it this way - what kind of world order are we looking at now?
TLC Ramanujan College in collaboration with PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry; Department of Finance and Business Economics, SRCC, University of Kerala and Delhi Management Association is hosting an International Conference to bring together academicians, practitioners, policymakers/analysts, and other stakeholders across countries to initiate a discussion on the future of post-pandemic world order from different perspectives.
The two waves of COVID-19 wreaked havoc across the globe and more acutely in India. The role of the academic community, stakeholders, state and non-state actors have increased manifold, more so when the public policies and related decisions are based on their inputs. The conference invites empirical, methodological and/or theoretical contribution in the following topics (but not limited to):
Track 1: Role of Leaders and Managers during the crisis
Track 2: New OD Interventions, Responsible Behavior of Industries
Track 3: Role of Government
Track 4: New Economic Order
Track 5: Supply chain resilience & disruptions
Track 6: Telecommuting and Remote Working Policy Initiatives
Track 7: Role of ICT in remodeling the work environment
Track 8: Role of analytics: AI and ML
Track 9: Impact on Banks, Financial Institutions & Markets
Track 10: Role of Cryptocurrencies in new world order
Track 11: Rethinking Strategies for future Sustainable Business Models
Track 12: Impact on Entrepreneurs and Public Policy Initiatives undertaken by corporates, NGOs, Social & commercial entrepreneurs
B. SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
Preparing the manuscript
Structure: Your paper should be compiled in the following order: title page; abstract; keywords; main text introduction, materials and methods, results, discussion; acknowledgments; declaration of interest statement; references; appendices (as appropriate); table(s) with caption(s) (on individual pages); figures; figure captions (as a list). If the table/figure has been taken from a published source it should also bear the source from which it has been taken.
Word Limit: The article should preferably of a recommended length of 6000-9000 words.
Use Times New Roman font in size 12 with double-line spacing.
Margins should be at least 2.5cm (1 inch).
Use bold for your article title, with an initial capital letter for any proper nouns.
The authors can use the US or UK English, however, using only one consistent style throughout the manuscript is advised.
Author Details: All authors of a manuscript should include their full name and affiliation on the cover page of the manuscript. Where available, please also include ORCIDs. One author will need to be identified as the corresponding author, with their email address normally displayed in the article PDF and the online article. Authors’ affiliations are the affiliations where the research was conducted. If any of the named co-authors moves affiliation during the peer-review process, the new affiliation can be given as a footnote. Please note that no changes to affiliation can be made after your paper is accepted.
The manuscript should have an unstructured informative abstract in about 250 words incorporating purpose, methodology, findings, limitations, implications, and originality of the research article.
Use 3 to 5 keywords to make the article discoverable. Keywords help in search engine optimization, so choose the keywords carefully.
Please supply all details required by your funding and grant-awarding bodies as follows:
For single agency grants
This work was supported by the [Funding Agency] under Grant [number xxxx].
For multiple agency grants
This work was supported by the [Funding Agency #1] under Grant [number xxxx]; [Funding Agency #2] under Grant [number xxxx]; and [Funding Agency #3] under Grant [number xxxx].
This is to acknowledge any financial interest or benefit that has arisen from the direct applications of your research.
Figures should be high quality (1200 dpi for line art, 600 dpi for grayscale, and 300 dpi for colour, at the correct size). Figures should be supplied in one of our preferred file formats: EPS, PDF, PS, JPEG, TIFF, or Microsoft Word (DOC or DOCX) files are acceptable for figures that have been drawn in Word.
Tables should present new information rather than duplicating what is in the text. Readers should be able to interpret the table without reference to the text. Please supply editable files.
Please ensure that equations are editable.
Citation and Referencing Style
APA citation should be used to cite and create references. References should be placed at the end of the manuscript. The list should mention only those sources cited in the text of the manuscript. Authors are requested to follow APA (6 ed.) style developed by the American Psychological Association.
For more information in this regard, the author is requested to refer
Some of the referencing keys are provided here:
Book by a single author or editor
Fair, J. D. (1999). Muscletown USA: Bob Hoffman and the manly culture of York Barbell. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press.
Gallagher, G. W. (Ed.). (1989). Fighting for the Confederacy: The personal recollections of General Edward Porter Alexander. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.
Wood, E. W., Jr. (2006). Worshipping the myths of World War II: Reflections on America’s dedication to war. Washington, DC: Potomac Books.
Book by two or more authors
Booth, W. C., Colomb, G. G., & Williams, J. M. (2003). The craft of research (2nd ed.). Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
If there are more than seven authors, list the first six authors’ names, followed by three ellipses, and then add the final author’s name. See the example in the scholarly journal article section of this handout.
Book by a corporate author
A corporate author can be an association, a committee, or any group whose members are not identified individually. When the author and the publisher are the same, use the word Author as the name of the publisher.
American Psychiatric Association. (2000). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (4th ed., text rev.). Washington, DC: Author.
American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: Author.
Chapter in a book
Begin the citation with the information for the chapter you are using, followed by the information for the book. Notice the page numbers for the piece you are citing appear after the title of the book.
Putnam, J. W. (2009). Cooperative learning for inclusion. In P. Hick, R. Kershner, & P. T. Farrell (Eds.), Psychology for inclusive education: New directions in theory and practice (pp. 81-95). London, England: Routledge.
Article from a reference book
Begin the citation with the author for the entry you are citing. If no author is given, begin the citation with the title of the entry.
Moore, C. C., & Munroe, R. L. (2000). Cognitive anthropology. In A.E. Kazdin (Ed.), Encylopedia of psychology (Vol. 2, pp. 132-135). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Reber, A. S. (1995). Phenomenology. In The Penguin dictionary of psychology (2nd ed., p. 564). London, England: Penguin Books.
Article from an online reference book
Hajek, P. (2006). Fuzzy logic. In E. N. Zalta (Ed.), The Stanford encyclopedia of philosophy (Summer 2009 ed.). Retreived from http://plato.stanford.edu/archives/sum2009/entries/logic-fuzzy/ Accessed through Gale Virtual Reference Library, a library subscription database
Cameron, J., & Pierce, W. D. (2008). Intrinsic versus extrinsic motivation. In N. J. Salkind & K. Rasmussen (Eds.), Encyclopedia of educational psychology (Vol. 2, pp. 555-560). Retrieved from www.go.galegroup.com
Scholarly journal article with continuous pagination
English, R. (2006). Open access to federally funded research: The time is now. Portal: Libraries and the Academy, 6, 249-252. doi:10.1353/pla.2006.0036
Gray, R. (2009). A model of motor inhibition for a complex skill: Baseball batting. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 15, 91-105. doi:10.1037/a0015591
Kay, A. C., Gaucher, D., Peach, J. M., Laurin, K., Friesen, J., Zanna, M. P., & Spencer, S. J. (2009). Inequality, discrimination, and the power of the status quo: Direct evidence for a motivation to see the way things are as the way they should be. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 97, 421-434. doi: 10.1037/a0015997
Submission of abstract through conference portal: 30th November 2021
Decisions sent to authors for full paper submission: 06th December 2021
Full papers submitted through conference portal: 10th January 2022
Last Date of Registration: 18th January 2022
Best Track Presentation Award
The two most outstanding presentations within each of the thematic tracks of the conference will be awarded Best Theme Presentation Certificate.
Best Paper Award
The best three papers that are groundbreaking research in their respective areas selected from the pool of best thematic track papers shall be awarded with:
First Award: INR 25000
Second Award: INR 15000
Third Award: INR 10000
Department of Finance and Business Economics, University of Delhi
Shri Ram College of Commerce, University of Delhi
Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi
University of Kerala
PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry
President DMA ,Vice President Thomas Assessments Pvt. Ltd.
Prof. S.P. Aggarwal
Director, TLC and Principal,
Ramanujan College, University of Delhi
Dr. Vibhash Kumar
Managing Editor, RIJBR
Dr. Nikhil Rajput
Teaching Learning Centre
Mr. Vipin Rathi
Ms. Parul Yadav
Dr. Arnav Kumar
Managing Editor, RIJBR
Assistant Professor, Ramanujan College
Dr. Ashish Shukla
Ms. Sonia Mudel
Ms. Shipra Yadav
Dr. Abhay Jain
Shri Ram College of Commerce
Dr. Ritesh Mishra
Department of Financial Studies
Ms. Nidhi Mathur
University of Delhi
Mr. Akhil Raj, Mr. Anil, Mr. Prashant, Mr. Vinod
Rahul Prasad, Shubham Karala, Vishal Bhardwaj, Mohit Agarwal
All the participants must pay a non - refundable registration fee to attend the conference. Please choose from the option given below:
Author (Faculty members and others): INR 1500
Author (Research Scholar/Student): INR 1000
Attendee: INR 500
Author (Faculty members and others): USD 50
Author (Research Scholar/Student): USD 30
Attendee: USD 20Pay Now
MODE OF CONFERENCE
The conference will be held online. Authors have the option to choose from the two options given below: