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(SMBIA-Sep-2018) 2018 : 2018 International Conference on Social , Management, Business and Innovation in Applied Sciences

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Link: http://tarij.com/smbia-september-2018/
 
When Sep 22, 2018 - Sep 23, 2018
Where Hotel Mystays Ochanomizu Conference Cent
Submission Deadline Sep 14, 2018
Final Version Due Sep 12, 2018
Categories    business   mangement   economics   social science
 

Call For Papers

Tokyo Academy of Research & Innovation is aimed to provide a platform for Students, Professors, Researchers and professionals to exchange their research findings and developmental activities with local Japanese as well as international scholarly community. This platform will provide opportunities for the scholars to exchange new ideas and their experiences to establish research relations for future collaborations internationally.

Submission Email: smbia@tarij.com

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