Conference date: 12 – 13 April 2011.
Conference venue: London, UK.
Conference country: UK.
Our workshop will discuss strategies to use the new regulatory pathways for biosimilars in EU, US and elsewhere, identify potential priorities for growth and commercial success, consider ways to overcome development and manufacturing challenges, facilitate the understanding of future trends in biosimilar markets and the consequences for their reference products, and identify efficient market entry strategies.
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Conference date: 19 – 20 January,2011.
Conference venue: Barcelona, Spain.
Conference country: Spain.
Following five successful annuals, Fleming Europe invites you to the 6th Annual Pricing, Reimbursement & Market Access in Pharma. Yet again we have gathered worldwide Pharma pricing specialists who will share their knowledge with you. Hear them speak about the most latest developments in Pricing & Reimbursement, new Reference Pricing Law in Greece or the importance of communication between Pharma companies and HTA Agencies. Come and listen to real life case studies, discover innovative approaches and benefit from interactive discussions with your peers to benchmark your experiences.
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Conference date: 5 to 6 January 2011.
Conference Venue: Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.
Conference country: Pakistan.
The theme of the conference is “Global Financial Crisis: Issues and Management”. Financial crisis that hit the global economy recently has brought business management practices into focus into a number of ways. From corporate governance issue to improving productivity and securing organizations against shocks that start from one corner of the globe and rapidly reach all sectors in domino effect.
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Conference date: 21 to 23 February 2011.
Conference Venue:College of Commerce and Economics, Sultan Qaboos University, Sultanate of Oman.
Conference country: Oman.
In recent years, government and business organizations have faced coinciding challenges; the financial and environmental crises, rapid social and cultural change, and radical developments in technology, and in business itself. While such developments have led to widespread problems, they have also created new opportunities for many organizations, including new start-up businesses.
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Conference date: 26 to 27 January 2011.
Conference Venue: London Kensington Forum Hotel,
97 Cromwell Road,
tel: +44 (0)871 942 9100
Conference country: ENGLAND.
The annual conference is a place for researchers, academics, and practitioners alike to come together and share their knowledge, research and best practices. The conference is open to all areas of business and management, including but not limited to: Marketing, Finance, Human Resource Management, Information Technology Management, Information Systems, Economics, etc.
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Conference date: 14 to 15 January 2011 .
Conference Venue: AKGIM Campus, Ghaziabad
27th K.M Stone, NH—24, Delhi Hapur Bypass Road,
Adhyatmik Nagar, Ghaziabad- 201 009
Uttar Pradesh, India.
Conference country: India.
The conference aims to provide a platform for academicians, research scholars, practicing managers and students of management to develop, contribute and present papers. The event will help in bringing together executives from Industry and academics to meet, discuss, exchange views and experiences on various issues for critical decision making in attaining global competitive advantage in the era of globalization which has thrown open challenges like global meltdown or recession and opportunities of globally integrated markets through innovation.
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9 to 10 September 2010
Sala de Graus Ernest Lluch
Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Barcelona,
Conference country: Spain
The AQR-IREA Research Group, at the University of Barcelona , is pleased to announce the 2010 Barcelona Workshop on Regional and Urban Economics. The workshop focuses on up-to-date methods and tools for the empirical testing of theories in regional and urban economics.
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30 August 2010 to 1 September 2010
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
Conference country:South Africa
The conference which provides an excellent opportunity for the presentation of high quality research that covers key topics relating to the central theme of Recognizing Value in Africa. Specialists from accounting, finance, banking, taxation, economics and related fields will shed light on fundamental issues that shape and direct trends, views and innovations relating to value creation. A panel of experts, including market leaders, will provide in-depth, practical and up-to-date knowledge on issues and developments relating to the conference theme.
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Nothing more to be named Treasury Secretary in 1971, John Connally (the same that came with John Fitzgerald Kennedy in the car when he was killed in Dallas) was visited by a group of European leaders concerned about the fluctuations of the dollar exchange rate. Connally snapped them, bluntly: “The dollar is our currency but your problem is.” Almost thirty years later, the same phrase could be used to define the new state of the euro, which since the early years has lost more than 13% of its value.
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The winning party in almost all electoral processes in European capitalist democracy is the party abstention. The election results are illegitimate by an apparent lack of voting quorum. With this system a political party professional, hired by banks and backed by the newspapers of the pimps, who has managed to capture through false promises of a fourth or fifth minority voters on the total electorate eligible to vote, will be the acclaimed winner of the election and may serve comfortably to their financial masters with a relaxed parliamentary majority.
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