The International Conference on Public Policy and Entrepreneurship, organized by the School of Public Finance, University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City will take place on June 06 2020.
The early years of the 21st century mark the era of energy transitions. The current challenge is to find sustainable energy sources for the increasing populations and control the impact of carbon emission. Energy economics will be the pioneer in providing these sound solutions to the populations and environment. Research in energy economics and energy policy will help governments to better incorporate climate change problems in developing their public policies and poverty reduction measures.
Optimal energy and climate policy should be able to ensure energy security and promote more straightforward access to affordable energy services and sustainable energy systems. The impacts of these policies can be heterogeneous on firms, consumers, prices and technologies
This year’s theme is “Climate Change, Energy Policy and Entrepreneurs”, aims to create a forum for academics, doctoral students, and practitioners to present and discuss current and novel research on public policies, energy policies, climate change and other economics issues.
We are welcoming both theoretical and empirical research papers in various topics. See the Call for Papers for more details on the potential topics.
March 30th, 2020
Notification of acceptance
April 20th, 2020
May 10th, 2020
June 06-07th, 2020
School of Public Finance, UEH
Dr. Ivan Diaz-Rainey, Director of the Climate and Energy Finance Group (CEFGroup), Associate Professor of Finance at the University of Otago, Associate Editor of the Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance
Dr. Ivan Diaz-Rainey is Director of the Climate and Energy Finance Group (CEFGroup) and is Associate Professor of Finance at the University of Otago. He is Associate Editor of the Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance and has previously held academic positions at the University of East Anglia (Norwich, UK), the European University Institute (Florence, Italy), where he was a Jean Monnet Fellow, and the Higher Colleges of Technology (Abu Dhabi, UAE).
He has previously conducted research, policy and consultancy work for a number of organisations, including the ADBI, OECD, E.ON UK plc and the European Capital Markets Institute.
His interdisciplinary policy-focused research spans both finance and innovation research. His research has been published in leading journals, including Energy Economics, the Energy Journal and Technological Forecasting and Social Change.
His current research interests include; climate finance, carbon and commodity markets, energy finance, financial regulation and the impact of technology on financial markets.
Papers presented at the conference will be published in an online Handbook with e-ISBN or e-proceeding. Besides, qualified papers will have a chance to submit to one of our associated journal.
Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance (SCOPUS indexed)
Since its inception in 1992, the Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance has provided an authoritative and scholarly platform for international research in financial regulation and compliance. The journal is at the intersection between academic research and the practice of financial regulation, with distinguished past authors including senior regulators, central bankers and even a Prime Minister.
Paper submitted to the conference addressing issues related to financial regulation and banking can be considered for The Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance (JFRC). Associate Editor of JFRC, Ivan Diaz-Rainey, can provide guidance at the conference to those interested in publishing in the journal.
Journal of Asian Business and Economic Studies
ISSN: 2515-964X (E-ISSN)
Journal of Asian Business and Economic Studies (JABES) is an international open-access peer-reviewed semi-annual journal addressing development of business and economics.
English issues of the JABES are published by Emerald Publishing on behalf of the University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City