Conference Scope

Conference Scope

The globalization of financial markets, the recent impact of financial crisis, the creation of new monetary zones and the development of international trade impose new methods in Governance, investment and financing decisions, risk management and Basel II and III, corporate governance, and value creation, Islamic and conventional Economics and Finance and empirical testing. Therefore, it is important to develop new tools to evaluate the changes in risk management at the national and international levels and to review the features of investment, financing decisions, value creation, Entrepreneurship and SME business; corporate governance in international economies and in particular in emerging countries and regarding conventional and Islamic Financial Economics. It is also fundamental to implement and use modeling and forecasting techniques for risk management, definition and assessment of investment and financing decisions.Other economic issues could help these decisions, such as FDI, multilateral strategies, firms’ integration within the Mediterranean region. This international conference offers the opportunity to academics and professionals to discuss some issues in international investment and financing decisions. At the macroeconomic level, the ongoing economic opening and the new evolutions of prices on the international markets impose new challenges to central banks and governments. Islamic finance and banking is also embedded as one of the key issues. In fact, the rise of Shari’ah-based financial instruments is considered as a challenge to the practitioners of the conventional financial and banking industries, as well as to the researchers in financial economics who confront a huge set of theoretical premises inferred from the staples of Shari’ah (Qur’an & Sunnah). A separate PhD Workshop is managed. The first page must Special Workshop. The objective is to help students to write scientific from the chapters in PHD.