Opcije pristupačnosti Pristupačnost

The Status, Trends and Perspectives of World Economy for the Next Decade

hosted by


in cooperation with the

Faculty of Economics & Tourism, “Dr. Mijo Mirković”, University of Pula (Croatia, EU),

and the 

Department of Macroeconomics and Economic Development, Faculty of Economics and Business, Zagreb (Croatia, EU)


N.K. Taneja 

Vice Chancellor, CCSU, Meerut



Soumitra Sharma, University of Pula



Sudhir Sharma, CCSU, Meerut


Advisory Board

  • Schapour Zafarpour, Wirtshaftuniverzitet, Vienna, Austria
  • Hazbo Skoko, Charls Sturt University, Bathurst, NSW, Australia
  • Hal Hill, National University, Canberra, Australia
  • Kresimir Zigić, CERGE-EI, a joint working Place of Charles University and the Economics Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic
  • Ivo Druzić, Economics Faculty, Zagreb, Croatia
  • Danijela Krizman Pavlović, FET, University of Pula, Croatia
  • Valentin Cojanu, Economics Institute, University of Bucharest, Romania
  • Jean-Paul Thommen, EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht, Wiesbaden, and the University of Zurich, Switzerland
  • Junsoo Lee, University of Alabama, USA
  • James M Chen, Michigan State University, USA

Organizing Committee

  • Atvir Singh, Ch. Charan Singh University, Meerut
  • Dinesh Kumar, Ch. Charan Singh University, Meerut
  • Nevenka Čavlek, Faculty of Economics and Business, Zagreb
  • Daniel Tomić, FET – J.D. University of Pula
  • Marinko Škare, FET – J.D. University of Pula
  • Lovorka Galetić, Faculty of Economics and Business, Zagreb
  • Ines Kersan-Škabić, FET – J.D. University of Pula
  • Tomislav Gelo, Faculty of Economics and Business, Zagreb
  • Alka Obadić, Faculty of Economics and Business, Zagreb 
  • Jurica Šimurina, Faculty of Economics and Business, Zagreb

The Organizing Committee, consisting of the academia from CCSU Meerut (India), UNIPU (Croatia) and EFZG (Croatia), takes pleasure to invite economists – university professors, experts from financial institutions and international agencies, and the multinational corporations – to an international conference to be hosted by 



from 26 to 28 November 2018.

The Committee invites papers on the following themes

· Economic trends in East, South and South-East Asian countries 

· Secular stagnation

· Peace, security and economic development

· Growth and eco-solutions

· FDI and economic growth 

· Growth and rising incomes and increasing inequalities

· Immigration and (un) employment nexus

· Integration and disintegration of economic unions

· Impact of technology and innovation o quality and pace of economic development 

· International markets, management and marketing strategies 

· Developing trends in international tourism

· Country studies, and

· Other related themes to be approved by the Committee

The working language of the Conference is English. No interpretations will be provided.   

Authors are invited to contribute a paper (app. 4800 words) on one of the suggested themes. It is earnestly hoped that the contributors will observe the following recommended dates: 

Important Dates:

Submission of Presentation Abstract:(max. 1000 words) by 15th September 2018

Submission of Full Paper:(max. 4800 words) by 15thDecember 2018


Registration Fees:

Foreign participants: INR 7000 to be paid by 15thSeptember 2018; and INR 10.000 if paid after/or on 25thNovember 2018. Fee should be paid by bank transfer/bank draft in advance, or in cash on the counter of the Bank. The amount should be paid in the name of International Conference 2018 to the ALLAHABAD BANK, CCSU Branch, Meerut (UP), India, to be credited in favor of the Saving Bank Acct. No. 50419929377. 

Indian participants:

  • University teachers:   INR 3500
  • Research scholars:       INR 1500


City of Meerut (pop. app. 1.5 million) is located in the Indian State of Uttar Pradesh. It is an ancient city with settlements dating back to the Indus valley civilization having been found in and around the area. The city lies 70 km northeast of the national capital New Delhi. It is also close to the now city Hastinapur– the place where the Mahabharata(The Great War) took place. Meerut is the second largest city in the National Capital region, and as of 2011, the 33rdmost populous city of India. The city is one of the major producers of sports goods, and the largest producer of musical instruments in India. The city is also an education hub in western UP. It is famous for being the starting point of the first revolution of independence against the British rule in 1857. 


Participants are advised to reach the venue in India latest in the evening of 25thNovember 2018. To reach the venue at Meerut University (UP), from the IG Airport, Delhi, one should hire an Interstate Taxi(as the road passes through 3 federal states and all taxis do not have a license to ply outside the state of Delhi). Alternative means of transport (train and buses) are fairly cheap, but complicated


Accommodation can be booked at nearby hotel Broadway. Please book well in time. All participants will have to bear the cost of their stay at the hotel. 


The weather is mostly sunny with clear skies at this time of the year. Temperatures vary around 23-degree Celsius. Early mornings and evenings are cool thus light woolen clothes are recommended.


All foreign citizens coming to India must have in their passports a valid visa, issued by the Indian Embassy in their respective country. Please contact Indian Embassy in your country. 

Travelers to India are advised to have health and other insurance policies as they deem fit. 

Please keep with you a copy of your ticket as the same, along with your passport is to be presented at the entrance of the airport for your return journey.


Participants are advised to change the foreign currency on the airport upon arrival, because elsewhere it will be fairly difficult to change as the currency rules do not permit all banks to deal in Forex. It is only Thomas Cook Travelsin Delhi or selected 5* hotelsthat can change money. 

Indian currency is Rupee. The rate of exchange is 1 USD=65 INR. All payments are made in local currency. Credit cards are accepted at certain places only (reputed hotels, big stores, selected shops etc, but, please look for the signs or ask the owner of establishment). 

Foreign citizens can carry into India, a maximum amount of cash worth 10.000 USD. However, Indian Rupee Notes cannot be taken out of the country. 


A trip to AGRA-JAIPUR-DELHI is advised.

            If going to city at your own, please be watchful of touts, pickpockets, and baggers. Keep together, and do not try any food item outside of your hotel.

Costs of sightseeing will have to be borne by the participants. Those interested must get it organized through their travel agent. 


To: Emeritus Professor Soumitra Sharma
E-mail: ssharma@unipu.hr