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10 January 2020

International Management Conference (IMC)

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  • Place

    GLA University, Mathura

  • Event Date

    10/ 01/2020

Organizes: International Management Conference (IMC -2020)
Theme: "Changing Paradigm of Emerging Financial Markets"
Date: January 10-11, 2020
Venue: GLA University, Mathura, India

Academic Partner

The capital markets across the globe have gone under radical changes and received much focus since the financial crisis in 2008. The central banks and regulatory authorities have been very cautious and brought in several policy reforms aiming at monitoring and control measures on one side while on the other make the financial markets more vibrant to meet the challenges of emerging capital market requirements.The vitality of the capital markets is very crucial not only for sustainable economic growth but also for efficient allocation of financial resources and investments. If one looks forward, the financial markets will be playing important role in providing a platform to innovative and growth companies and generating optimum and less risky returns to the investors. It becomes more pertinent in the present context when financial markets around the world are experiencing new set of ecosystem, stakeholders, and technologies, as the world has become global. This conference focuses deliberations and exchange on insights and understanding paving way for revitalization of financial markets. This is one of the areas of strong interest for both, the financial markets entities and the participants.

Call for papers

Original research study/work and case studies on theme and sub-themes of the conference are invited from academicians/researchers/policy makers and industry professionals. The guidelines for submission of research papers are indicated on the conference website. Research papers and case studies are invited (both empirical and conceptual) on current issues in any of the following areas:

Track 1: Global financial Market practices and Regulatory Framework

This theme addresses a series of practical aspects to the latest financial market tools, techniques, and strategies. The increased role of a financial regulator in regulating financial and securities markets, reforms in policy framework etc are the broad areas to be covered.

  • Policy and regulatory reforms in financial and capital markets
  • Global strategies and practices in changing perspectives.
  • Financial markets transformation and winning strategies.
  • Impact of global macro developments on capital markets.
  • Protectionism trends in international trend and its impact on the global economy.

Track 2: Technology and Innovation in financial Markets

The objective of the theme is to addresses post-crisis reforms and changes that have been gradually settling into place and financial institutions and other stakeholders adjusting their business models accordingly. To capture the real-world implications of these technological advances on the financial services industry and those who must supervise and use it.

  • Technological innovations in financial markets.
  • Innovative financial instruments.
  • Capital markets innovation and growth of insurance products.

Track 3: Changing role of Banks and Financial Institutions

The role of banking and financial institutions has changed significantly in expanded financial markets. The above theme is expected to cover relevant aspects focusing on;

  • Changing role of banks in expanded financial markets
  • Financial markets and the growth of shadow banking
  • Role of securitization & other innovative instruments in increased urban infrastructure
  • Increased role of Derivatives Instruments

Track 4: Investors’ perception- Marketing & HR strategies

The investors’ expectations have increased to a larger extent in view of the perceived risks and returns in various securities. Therefore, the theme covers the role of education and awareness among investors. There is also a need to change the HR and marketing strategies in the changing context and financial market developments to bring required efficiency to the financial and securities market.

  • Investors education and awareness to connect with capital markets.
  • Changing pattern of investor’s risk and return perception.
  • Role of social media in changing customer behavior.
  • Redefining business models and strategies.
  • Customer profitability and loyalty.
  • Challenges of customer relations
  • Emerging HR Issues
  • Changed marketing perception and strategies

The above list is illustrative and not restricted. Papers could be presented on relevant issues to the theme.

Publication opportunities

The abstract of conference papers will be published in the Conference Booklet. The research paper publication arrangements have been made with the International Indexed Journals& other reputed Journals to publish high quality research papers meeting required standards of the Journal. The authors of accepted papers and considered for publication in the indexed Journals will be required to follow the publication policy of the Journal concerned.Arrangements are also finalized with Finance India Journal ( for a special issue covering selected conference papers meeting their quality norms.

All submissions to follow Easy Chair portal


Research Scholars



India & SAARC countries

INR. 2,000

INR.3, 000


Other Foreign countries

USD 75

USD 100

USD 150

The registration fee includes cost of conference kit, tea, snacks and lunch at conference.

Name of Account :

Conference and Workshop

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Bank Name :

Indian Overseas Bank

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Branch Name :

GLA Engineering College, Ajahai

Bank Address :

Agra-Delhi Road, Near Vill- Ajahai, Mathura

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Important Dates

Submission of Final paper

November 30, 2019

Approval of final paper

December, 15, 2019

Registration Date, till

December 31, 2019

Conference Date

January 10-11, 2020

About GLA University

The GLA University is one of the emerging NAAC accredited “A” grade university having premier position spread over 110 acres of lush greenery and expansive environs, the university is home to more than 10,000+ students and boasts of a 18000+ alumni base. The university runs a gamut of diploma, undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programs. The infrastructural facilities at the campus are top-notch and consist of well-designed and maintained buildings, labs, hostels, recreational facilities, etc. The University has more than 500 full-timewellqualified teaching staff with 700+ non-teaching staff members. University has MOU with Arkansas University, California state University, University of St. Thomas and few other leading universities. Various MNCs have set-up their labs and Center of Excellence at the University, thus indicating its uncompromising approach toward quality professional education.

About University of St. Thomas

University of St. Thomas is the largest private university in Minnesota, with more than 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Eight schools and colleges offer 150 undergraduate majors and minors and 55 graduate degree programs. Within University of St. Thomas, Opus College of Business is one of the leading business schools in the region, serving 3,200 graduate and undergraduate students. Opus College also have a 40-year history of educating working professionals. In 2010, St. Thomas became the first private university in Minnesota to receive accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB) and is ranked 3rd top ranked undergraduate business program in the Upper Midwest. Ninety-six percent of Opus undergraduates are employed or in graduate school within 4 months of graduation. Faculty at Opus College are very active in academic research and have several publications in highly ranked journals.

About California State University

California State University, San Bernardino is a preeminent center of intellectual and cultural activity in Inland Southern California. Opened in 1965 and set at the foothills of the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains, the university serves more than 20,000 students each year and graduates about 4,000 students annually. The "value added" by a CSUSB education ranks in the top 4 percent in the nation, according to the Collegiate Learning Assessment, a sequence of tests used by hundreds of colleges and universities nationwide that measure student learning in the freshman and then in the senior year. First-to-second year retention rates are third highest among all CSU campuses.

Advisory Board

Chief Patron

Patron & Chairperson

Shri Narayan Das Agrawal
Chancellor, GLA University

Prof. A M Agrawal
Vice Chancellor, GLA University, India


Conference Conveners

Prof. T Jithendranathan
University of St. Thomas, USA
& Prof. Kanhaiya Singh, GLA University

Prof. Vikas Tripathi
Prof. SomeshDhamija
IBM, GLA University

Organizing Committee (Conference Co-conveners)

Dr. Utkal Khandelwal, Dr. Vivek Agrawal. Dr. Kushagra Kulshreshtha, Dr. Aneesya Panicker & Dr. Satendra Yadav

Venue: GLA University, Mathura

Advisory Committee

Prof. C. S. Lalwani
Emeritus Professor of Logistics
& Supply Chain Management
University of Hull Business School, U K

Prof. D. N. Pandey
Jaipuria Institute of Management Noida

Dr. Prabhakar R Patil
Senior General Manager
SEBI, Mumbai

Dr. K. Sukumaran
NISM, Mumbai

Prof. Vipin Gupta
Asso. Dean & Co-Director
Center for Global Management,
California State University, USA

Mr. P. K. Sinha
Head (HR & Corporate Communication)
SCOPE,New Delhi

Prof. R. P. Mohanty
Senior Advisor,
SoA University, Bhubaneshwar

Prof.  S. G. Deshnukh
IIT, Delhi

Prof. N. R. Banumurthy
National Institute of Public Fin. & Policy
New Delhi

Prof. Michael Garrison
University of St. Thomas
Minneapolis, USA