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RCL proud to support 11th ROGE world economy conference

Regent College London (RCL) was delighted to support and participate in the recent 11th International Conference on the Restructuring of the Global Economy (ROGE) 2022, co-hosted by the Centre for Business and Economic Research (CBER) and Future University in Egypt.

The conference took place at the Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford on 8-9 August and was well attended by representatives from RCL.

It provided a productive and engaging space where Regent academics could further their subject knowledge in order to bring new insights and current research back into RCL to the benefit of students and colleagues alike.

Academics from the School of Business and Enterprise presented papers on a variety of topics in business and teaching and learning while Regent’s CEO, Dr. Selva Pankaj, delivered a keynote address. Over the course of the conference, delegates heard from a number of RCL academics:

  • Rishiram Aryal – The impact of corporate governance on controlling discretionary accrual: A study of impacts on earnings management based on FTSE350
  • Selva Pankaj – The end result of education is character: The role of ‘Thinking into Character’ in the holistic development of students at Regent College London (keynote address)
  • Nahrain Aoudishow – The impact of motivational speech and life coaching on student motivation and performance
  • Rula Alousi – Educide: The genocide of education. A case study on the impact of invasion and conflict on education
  • Ebikinei Stanley Eguruze – Methodology model for poverty intervention: seeking validation and evaluating efficacy using social marketing techniques
  • David Clemson – The impact of Covid-19 pandemic on sustainable consumption of luxury brands
  • Muhammad Kamran – Employment challenges among adult male ex-offenders after incarceration: A conceptual analysis of social discrimination
  • Lalajike Vishwanath Sadanand – Region-wise spillover effects from Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Emerging Markets: Evidenced from India

On top of presenting their papers, Dr. Rishiram Aryal was awarded for one of the Best Written Papers at the conference and Dr. Rula Alousi won Best Paper Presentation in the session on teaching and learning for lifelong learning, while Dr. David Clemson was invited to participate on a panel discussing learning innovation in the digital era.

You can download a copy of the conference programme, including abstracts for each of the above papers, here.