33th International Conference on Business, Education, Social Science, and Management (BESM-33) is a festival for scholars, researchers and practitioners to discuss interdisciplinary research and practices in the fields of social science, education, business and management and more under multiple sub-themes.
Respected authors are invited to submit abstracts/full papers/posters which have not been submitted in other conferences. Multiculturalism and perspectives are respected and appreciated in our conferences. We anticipate that these conferences will challenge how you look at your researches and find inspirations under a friendly and supportive environment. All submissions (papers, abstracts and posters) accepted for presentation in this conference will be blind reviewed by science committee, and published in the conference proceeding with a unique digit International Standard Book Number (ISBN) code. The digital proceeding will be available to view and download from AASE website after the conference. Furthermore, selected articles have opportunities to publish in associated Scopus indexed journals (Emerald Publishing).
BESM-33 welcomes submissions across all areas of social science. The conference scope includes all subareas of social science, including (but not limited to) topics such as Business & Economics, Management Business, Finance, Investment, Literature/Literary Studies, Communications, Policy and Education. We encourage all types of contributions including theoretical applied and across areas researches.
As we are receiving notable contributions from international academicians, researchers, professionals and practitioners, we would like to recognize the best contributions to the conference on each session with Best Paper, Excellent Paper and Student Award.
The Organising Committee is dedicated to creating a valuable, inclusive and memorable experience for out attendees. AASE is excited to share the confirmed parts of the program with you. The order and timings of each session may be changed. As we confirm further speakers the program will be updated.
The registration fee received to AASE is not refundable except for the conference cancelling. If you have mistakenly pay more than required registration fee then we will refund within 30 days any extra amount you have paid. Arrangements and costs of visa, traveling and accommodation are not the responsibility of our organization. They will be borne by the author himself/herself. Transaction cost will be borne by the participant and we should receive the full amount as mentioned in the table below. Registration Fee Includes the following for the Registered authors:
Introduce: Located beside Taipei East district boulevard,only a 10 minute ride to Taipei World Trade Center and Taipei International Convention Center. With convenient transportation neighboring two MRT stations Zhongxiao-Fuxing, Daan Station and a 50 minute ride from Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, it is your best choice for business or city traveling and hosting large international conferences.
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Taiwan is one of the most welcoming countries in the world, and you are bound to encounter numerous acts of generosity or kindness throughout your travels, whether it’s a taxi driver rounding down a fare, a stranger helping with directions or a family providing a bed for the night. Eating in Taiwan comes a close second, with a vast array of Chinese food and local delicacies on offer. Travelling around the island is relatively straightforward, though the lack of English can make things a challenge at times, particularly as most timetables tend to be displayed solely in Chinese. The details please refer to the website of Tourism Bureau, Taiwan.