HOST(S): Philippine School of Business Administration (PSBA)
OTHER HOST(S): Quezon City Local Government
Type: Meeting or Conference Date: 09 - 10 Nov 2019 Location: Philippines (Quezon City) Venue: Quezon City Experience (QCX) Theater, Quezon City Circle
The 4th International Research Colloquium towards Disaster Risk Transfer (4IRC-DRT) entitled “Challenges and Opportunities for Local Communities and Small-Scale Entrepreneurs” with the theme of Inclusive Investment in Leveling the Business Organizations, will be held on Saturday to Sunday, November 9-10, 2019 at the Quezon City Experience (QCX) Theater, Quezon City Circle, Quezon City, Philippines. The annual Fourth International Research Colloquium towards Disaster Risk Transfer (4th IRC-DRT) of the Philippine School of Business Administration-Manila (PSBA-Manila) continues its mission from the School’s prior Symposia and Colloquia where the school’s research fellows, students, and experts from various local and international institution have gathered to contribute their knowledge in this particular platform. Particularly, it will disseminate with a focus on the challenges and opportunities of local communities and small-scale entrepreneurs in the midst of inclusive investment in the Philippine market and economic setting.
Interested researchers, technical experts, and resource persons are invited to participate as Resource Speakers to present in this event. Interested Resource Speakers should submit their abstracts through the Call for Abstracts.
The outcome of the Research Colloquium will be published as Proceedings containing Resource Speakers’ presentations and Abstracts of all accepted papers that will be presented in the Colloquium.
Further, selected papers will be published in the form of book and peer-reviewed International journal such as Elsevier or Springer.
For more information, please visit the conference website.
To register click here.
Please contact Mr. Ramon Iñigo Espinosa, Assistant Manager for ICT and DRM Projects and Researches, Disaster Risk Management Unit, Philippine School of Business Administration.
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