Mysuru, November 13:- Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Institute for Management Development (SDMIMD) will be organising a two-day 5th International Conference on the theme ‘Economic growth and sustainable development: Emerging trends’ at its premises on November 15 and 16.
The conference is being organised to deliberate on the factors driving growth and causing a slowdown in the economies in the emerging global open market. It also has the objective of reviewing the sustainability frameworks adopted in different contexts by the national economies, and the firms. The conference is organised at the backdrop of growing economic uncertainties and instabilities in significant parts of the world including India. The conference will be inaugurated by Sébastien Chantelot, Director of La Rochelle Business School (France) and Vice Dean-Academics of Excelia Group.
Industry professionals and internationally reputed academics will be delivering special lectures on different issues pertaining to the conference theme. The conference has an exclusive panel discussion on sustainability and business economy. Experts from different domains of sustainability are the panellists. Members from academia, industry and research scholars from different parts of the country and abroad are presenting research papers or case studies for further deliberations.
Workshop on development banking: A pre-conference workshop on the theme of ‘Development banking and inclusive growth: Emerging trends’ has been organised on November 14. Srinivas Acharya, managing director of Sundaram BNP Paribas Home Finance will be inaugurating the workshop. Experts from the field of development banking are resource persons. The workshop is run through lectures, debates, and moderated the panel discussion. (MR)