Milan 2022

Fifth Round History

The 5th International Conference on Applied Research in Business, Management and Economics – BMECONF – is an annual event. Our 2022 edition took place between the 28th and 30th of October, 2022 in one of the most spectacular cities in the world – Milan, Italy.

Virtual Session

Highlighted Speakers

name Affliation Article title
Dr.Mufeed Moh’d suleiman rawashdeh Hult International Business School, UAE Current Ratio: Revisited
Prof. .Jason Santos Bulacan State University, Philippines Relationship of Work Benefits and Incentives in Employee Productivity and Satisfaction Among BPO Workers in Manila in the time of Pandemic
Prof Dr.Ioannis Tampakoudis University of Macedonia, Greece The effect of board size and CEO duality on shareholder value: Evidence from bank M&A in the US
Dr.Larissa-Margareta Batrancea Babes-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca, Romania Analyzing factors that impact share prices: An empirical investigation on different companies from the pharmaceutical industry
Dr.Ahmad Adnan Hussein Toumeh Al-Zaytoonah University of Jordan The Role of Ethical Leadership in Constraining Earnings Management Practices: A Survey of Literature
Prof Dr.De Vee Dykstra University of South Dakota, USA College Student Intent to Join a Family Business
Dr.Daniel Metz Babes-Bolyai University, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Romania Are core values influencing employee motivation? Evidence from a multinational ITC company
Mr.Alexius Sigit Purwoto PT Pertamina Hulu Rokan, Indonesia Rokan’s Sucker Rod Pump: A Seamless HR Transformation
Ms.Purba Bhattacherjee Xavier Institute of Management University, Bhubaneshwar,India The influence of technological innovation and corporate sustainability in firm’s performance: An industry 4.0 perspective
Mr.Ce Wang University of Sanya, China Research on the application of big data in economic management
Mr.Ladi Daodu Lincoln University College, Malaysia Business Analytics and Market Adaptation in The E-Commerce Industry in Nigeria
Ms.Na Zhao National University of China Exploring the impact CSI of Food Corporates Based on the Pyramid Theory, attribution theory to Consumer Willingness to Punish