The Business and Applied Sciences Academy of North America (BAASANA) 2019 International Conference
The International Conference of the Business and Applied Sciences Academy of North America (BAASANA)will be held from 15-16 August at the Claude Littner Business School.
BAASANA is a professional association of business, sciences and technology. It looks to promote advanced knowledge and skills among scholars and practitioners towards resolving problems of the 21st century.
By sharing knowledge and expertise, BAASANA programmes seek to contribute towards improvement of human conditions.
BAASANA are looking for scholarly papers, abstracts and panel proposals from the disciplines of:
Other disciplines include behavioural sciences, which includes fields of Applied Humanities such as:
- Mass Communication
- Law and Legal Studies
- Educational Administration Health Sciences
- IT technologies
Proceedings for the 2019 International Conference will be published in October, 2019 and it will be indexed by Thompson Reuter in December 2019. The best papers of the conference upon further review are considered for publication in International Journal of Technology Intelligence and Planning and in International Journal of Business and Applied Sciences, scholarly publications of BAASANA.
BAASANA is an interdisciplinary, not for profit, professional association of business, sciences and technology. It seeks dissemination of advanced knowledge and skills among scholars and practitioners of business and applied sciences toward resolving issues and problems of 21st century. By sharing knowledge, expertise, and facilitating transfer of know-how across digital divide we seek to contribute toward improvement of human conditions. Through scholarly, professional conferences, publication of peer reviewed proceedings, journals and expert panel discussions and making them freely and instantly accessible through the versatility of World Wide Web, BAASANA seeks to accomplish its mission. Annual membership dues are $50 for all practitioners and scholars of business, social, natural, behavioral sciences and technology.