International Conference on Globalization, Entrepreneurship and Emerging Economies – 2016 seeks to elucidate a wealth of issues in all aspects of business management, health and social care sciences, management education, teaching and learning methodologies and many more. Contributions should therefore be of interest to scholars, practitioners and researchers in management in both developed and developing countries targeting a worldwide readership.
With the world undergoing a period of deeper engagement and interaction greater than at any time in its history it is essential that we endeavor to examine globalization in its many and varied manifestations. The International Conference on Globalization, Entrepreneurship and Emerging Economies seeks to elucidate some of the complexities of commercial engagement, policy formulation and reactions to change. It has become increasingly apparent that globalization has become something of a double edged sword with even the Emerging Economies facing a wealth of challenges that have resulted in growing pains. Local wealth generation is dependent on the activities of those imbued with an entrepreneurial spirit, yet often local conditions are not conducive such activity, so it is important to look at ways to engender a supportive environment. Leaders in the political arena, in commerce, academia and in almost every field of human activity have much to gain from exploring these important themes.