Following the successful International Conference on Business, Economics, Management, and Sustainability (BEMAS) 2021 and 2022 editions, the Centre for
International Trade and Business in Asia (CITBA) at James Cook University, Singapore (JCUS), is pleased to announce the "Sustainability, Economics, Innovation, Globalisation and Organisational Psychology" (SEIGOP) Conference, which is to be held in Singapore on 1 – 3 March, 2023
Tropical Singapore is a world-class transportation hub, digital frontrunner and a global leader in economic development and entrepreneurial spirit. Against this backdrop, CITBA at JCUS aims to create a platform for academics, researchers, industry practitioners and students to disseminate their research findings with other global experts.
For further information, please see attached the official conference flyer or feel free to email us at SEIGOP@jcu.edu.au.
DR Diane Jarvis and a team of collaborators have completed another NESP funded project on “Valuing Indigenous cultural connections” , the final report is now released and available at https://nesplandscapes.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/Valuing-Indigenous-cultural-connections-final-report.pdf. Dr Jarvis was project lead for this collaborative project, which also included Dr Daniel Grainger from CBLG, and explored how to reflect Indigenous perspectives within or alongside environmental-economic ecosystem accounts. This project commenced 2019 and finalisation was much delayed due to COVID restricting opportunities to travel to Kakadu to work with our Aboriginal partners there. The work is now complete with the report published and provided to the federal government Dept. (DCCEEW),
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