Prof. Dr. Aotip Ratniyom
Prof. Dr. Aotip Ratniyom is an associate professor of Economics at the University of Srinakharinwirot. She received her Ph.D. and M.S. from National Institute of Development Administration and B.S. from Kasetsart University. Dr. Aotip’ current work focuses on applying economic method with other science, especially the cost-effectiveness of medical care and health promotion.
Prof. Dr. María Cantero Saiz
Prof. Dr. María Cantero Saiz is an associate Professor in Finance at the University of Cantabria (Spain), teaching in undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Her research interests focus on banking, monetary policy, sovereign risk, corporate finance and sustainable finance. She has been visiting researcher at Norwich Business School (UK) and Berlin School of Economics and Law. She has received Santander Financial Institute Best Thesis Award (2016).
Dr. Christina Kenny
Dr. Christina Kenny is a PhD researcher from Technological University Dublin in Ireland. She is currently examining the management of chronic diseases including Rheumatoid Arthritis within the public health system in Ireland. She has a special interest in the role of virtual care interventions within chronic disease.
Dr. Imen Ghadhab
Dr. Imen Ghadhab is an assistant professor of Finance. She holds his PhD from the University of Tunis ElManar, Tunisia. His research interests are related to all fields of Finance and Accounting. She is a member of the organizing and scientific committees of the Tunisian Society for Financial Study International Conference.
Dr. Abdullah Aljahwari
Dr. Abdullah Aljahwari is PhD researcher From University of Tenaga National, Malaysia. Currently examining the factors the influence succession planning implementation within civil service organizations in the sultanate of Oman. The special interest is in Talent management and career planning strategies to develop national talents.
Dr. Tashi Gelek
Dr. Tashi Gelek, Doctorate of Business Administration, is an independent scholar-researcher, business practitioner, and author. He has published business research articles on Guanxi-Buddhism. He has worked with multinational companies in different industries. He has published two books. His areas of interest are doing business with Asian governments, Asian business, and Buddhism.
Dr. Christina Morfaki
Dr. Christina Morfaki holds an MBA and a PhD in the field of Human Resources Management — Organizational Behavior. She has over 20 years of experience in the financial sector as well as in multidisciplinary scientific research projects. She is an adjunct lecturer in the Department of Digital Industry Technologies at the University of Athens and at Neapolis University Pafos.
Mr.Mehdi Bensouda is a third year PhD student. His doctoral work explores the main barriers to energy efficiency in industrial companies, and the various factors that can reduce their intensity. Currently, he is an assistant teacher and has spoken at several conferences on energy efficiency drivers, enablers, and barriers.
Mr.Han Liangqiu got his master degree in international economics from Beijing Language and Culture University. His research interest is international economics and trade. He is currenty teaching economics in an international high school in Beijing
Ms.Thitima Sriphon is a Ph.D. student in the department of business administration, Asia University, Taiwan. Her research fields are leadership, organizational management, and sustainability. In further study, she is interested in expanding her study to business management fields, such as supply chain.
Mr. Ivan Russo
Mr. Ivan Russo is pursuing his Ph.D. degree in Economics and Management of Innovation and Sustainability at the University of Parma. His main research interests lies in the use of Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing in financial applications. Other research areas include SMEs dynamics, entrepreneurship and corporate governance.