MRCON 2022

International Conference on

Empowering Emerging Economies: Entrepreneurs, Women and Businesses

18-19 February, 2022

by

Faculty of Management Studies,

Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies

About Us

Ongoing pandemic had made us learn this and had forced us to re-think-re-learn and re-plan for a better future. Entrepreneurs form the backbone of any Economy. Governments all over the world have initiated many policy measures to foster a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship in their countries. Considering that women constitute almost 50% of the population it is natural to assume that they should be participating equally and contributing towards the growth and economy of the nation. Global pandemic has only reinforced the need to have women in leadership roles as their different perspectives, intuition, skills and relationship-building can help solve problems in meaningful, innovative ways across business functions. Researchers support the view that gender equality enhances economic productivity with improved development outcomes for the next generation.

As per Mckinsey report of 2020, emerging economies have accounted for almost two-thirds of the world’s GDP growth and more than half of new consumption over the past 15 years. Yet economic performance among individual countries varies substantially. The growth-and-development economists over the decades have highlighted that have driven growth in emerging economies can be attributed to the growth of globally competitive, nimbly managed, and highly productive Business These businesses not only help in boosting GDP but that they also are catalysts for change at home. Hence they are of immense importance. Therefore for real empowerment of emerging economies the role of all, entrepreneurs, women and businesses is critical.



Sub Themes and topics

  • Corporate and Strategic Entrepreneurship
  • Entrepreneurship and gender
  • Entrepreneurship, Growth and Competitiveness
  • Innovation and Technological entrepreneurship
  • International entrepreneurship.
  • Social and community entrepreneurship
  • The role of universities in fostering entrepreneurship.
  • Green entrepreneurship

  • Changing Health, Social Welfare, and Human Development Through Women's Empowerment
  • Empowerment of Women in the Public Sector
  • Empowering Women through Leadership Development
  • Equal Political Participation
  • Equal Rights and Opportunities for Women and Girls
  • Freedom, Equality and Justice
  • Gender Equality and Empowerment
  • Social Change

  • Workplace of the millennial
  • Work From Home practices
  • Employer/ team branding
  • Creating Human Capital
  • Contemporary Leadership and Management
  • Employee engagement strategies

  • Omni Channel retailing
  • Environmental Marketing
  • Customer Centricity with the Digital world
  • Ethical Issues in Marketing
  • Engaging with the Digital Consumer
  • Building Brands and Destination Imaging
  • Digital and Social Media Marketing

  • Data Analytics and marketing optimization
  • AI- based Supply Chain Networks
  • HR Analytics and technology in HR
  • Fintech & Blockchain
  • Big Data, AI , Machine Learning,
  • Digital Business Transformation and SMEs
  • Internet of Things
  • Cyber Security

  • Behavioral Finance
  • Forensic Accounting and Fraud
  • Management of financial institutions
  • Bankruptcy prediction and determinants
  • Corporate finance
  • Cashless Economy
  • Taxation in Digital Economy
  • Digital Economy: Challenges and Opportunity

  • Social re-engineering
  • Values & Ethics in the e-age
  • Business Post Pandemic COVID 19
  • Making Pandemic COVID-19 as Opportunity
  • Business Education in the 21st Century

  • Health Promotion and Issues
  • Enhancing Psychological Empowerment for Participants
  • Sports Development Prospects
  • Sport Facilities for Participation Sport
  • Sport for Health and Fitness
  • Sports management and mental wellbeing
  • Sports, Recreation and Use of Free Time: Sports, Society and Community

MRCON 2022 invites researchers, doctoral students, industry practitioners, policy makers, consultants and other stakeholders to discuss their reasoning towards evolving sustainable practices for the emerging economy. The original submissions are invited in the form of research papers, extended abstracts, and case studies.

Important Timelines

◻️ Abstract Submission System Opens:

◻️ Abstract Submission Deadline: 15th Dec 2021

◻️ Intimation of Acceptance of Abstract: 25th  Dec 2021

◻️ Full Paper Submission: 30th Jan 2022

◻️ Payment of Registration fee: 30th Dec Onwards

◻️ Registration Closes: 5th Feb 2022

Submission Link

MRCON 2022 Brochure

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Registration Details

Categories Registration Fees (Rs.)*
Student
500 INR
Research Scholars
750 INR
Faculty/Other Academia Members
1000 INR
Corporate Professionals
3000 INR
Foreign Participants
US, Europe, Japan, Singapore, Hongkong- USD 100 Africa, Asia, S. America-USD 50
Presentation in Absentia(US)
USD 75

*Please add GST

Presentation in Absentia shall be considered as per above mentioned registration fees for Indian Participants

The registration fee includes admission to the Conference, conference kit, and food for the participants.

*Late registration would involve an increment of Rs. 500  in the registration fee for all the  above mentioned categories

Payment Details

Registration fees may be paid through the following modes:

  • DD  in favour of Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies payable at Faridabad. DD  in favour of Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies payable at Faridabad.
  • The online transfer may be credited to Indusind Bank account as per the details given below:

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Account Name: Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies

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