Sustainability, Mobility, Opportunity- Introduction to the ERPBSS-2020 Special Issue of eRTR
The 5th Emerging Research Paradigms in Business and Social Sciences (ERPBSS) was held at Middlesex University Dubai from January 14-16 2020. Aligned with the EXPO 2020 themes of Sustainability, Mobility and Opportunity, this conference brought together more than 180 researchers and practitioners from countries worldwide. The conference provided a platform for fruitful discussion of new concepts, progressive methodologies, and innovative practices from multiple disciplines in line with the conference themes and sub-themes. Over 90 research papers and case studies were presented at ERPBSS-2020, along with several plenary and panel sessions, and student poster presentations. Over 90 research papers and case studies were presented at ERPBSS-2020, along with several plenary and panel sessions, and student poster presentations. This special issue showcases some of the diverse topics of discussion at the conference, and features 9 research notes and papers.
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