World is changing as we are thinking, and nations are reshaping as voters are changing. Current world affairs, and Prsidential election's result in Ukraine, presents a new roadmap for changing Ukraine, Russia, and the European Union relations when a comedian-turned-politician Mr. Volodymyr Zelensky who defeated incumbent President Mr. Petro Poroshenko. Mr. Zelensky has said that he supports Ukraine's aspiration to one day join the European Union and NATO. He also wants Moscow to return Ukraine's annexed Crimean Peninsula and release 24 Ukrainian sailors captured by the Russian naval forces in the Black Sea last year. He said on Sunday the April 21st 2019, that Ukraine will continue talking to Russia in the Normandy format, the peace talks that include Germany, France, Ukraine and Russia.
Its a globalisation, which creates a concept of global village without border with equal opportunity for everyone. The dynamics of this concept is that minimize the restrictions and maximise the benefits. The recent event- BREXIT (exit of U.K. from E.U.) can be seen as one of the best example of such risk in the dynamics of the global village, as highest than ever before. The concept of sovereignty and sovereign states are increasing, borders are fenced, and migration policies are restricted, and new risks are generated in the global market. The declared result of the presidential election of the United States of America is full of surprises but at the same time well predicted, when the entire world is moving towards national interest risk free business- Donald Trump, an elected President of USA, could be seen as big risk for world community as well as business in this changing world order. Predictions are presented by the analysts for short and long term effects, but the risk in businesses in the current context of globalisation is remain in suspicion.
Thus, we've decided to bring BRCDGV (Business Risk in Changing Dynamics of Global Village) Second edition at Ternopil Ivan Puluj National Technical University, Ternopil, Ukraine. And calling you all - research scholars, business elites, lawmakers, governmental and nongovernmental organizations, and society at large, to come and share your concerns in order to find the best solutions for creating a better world, better Ukraine.
The aim of this scientific international conference is to provide a platform for professional debate with the participation of experts from around the globe in order to identify & analyze- risks and opportunities in todays global business, and specifically with Ukraine. The output of this conference will provide a framework for researchers, business elites and decision makers to uplift the business ties and minimise the risk for creating a better world and better Ukraine.
The Conference is designed to call experts around the globe from different sectors of practices which is in the risk and effected by globalisation, and watching changes in Europe as well as Ukraine. In fact, it is going to be an excellent platform for interactions between academicians, corporate representatives, policy makers, representatives of an organizations and community, as well as individuals from around the world. In general, conference appeals to each and every individuals being the part of this globalized world- either associated with educational sectors, Industrial sectors, banking sectors, legal sectors, medical sectors, or any part of the action which is taken for their livelihood. So, conference is open to each and every sectors to address issues and provide solutions in the interests of the world community. Mainly identified areas are- international relations, European integration & foreign policies, international trade related with management, finance, economics, marketing, engineering, social innovations, information technology, Law, health sciences, social care, modern languages and culture, as well as education & innovations. The very first edition of this conference were held at the University of Applied Sciences in Nysa, Poland, and the two-days conference is anticipated to be organised in cooperation with Indo-European Education Foundation (IEEF, Warsaw, Poland, UAS Nysa, and its partner universities from Poland, India, Europe and other part of the world), in the heart of Central Europe and historical city of Ukraine - Ternopil.