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The Fifth Scientific Conference of the College of Economics and Social Sciences 2023

"Economic Sustainability in the Era of Industrial Revolution 5.0"

CESS 2023

Wednesday, May 10, 2023


Countries seek to achieve economic sustainability through practices that enable long-term economic growth and extend the positive effects of this growth to the environmental, social, and cultural aspects of society. economic sustainability emphasizes achieving economic growth in terms of volume and quality while also maintaining the health and stability of societal growth and the human ecosystem. Economic sustainability aims to preserve capital and labor, to improve the standard of living, the effective use of assets, along with maximization of profits.

In light of the rapid developments of the Industrial Revolution 5.0, the importance of this conference to achieve a sustainable economy is embodied in several aspects. As the limited natural resources threaten the sustainability of the economy, the development of new operations and investment in various resources is a necessity for the long-term sustainability of any business activity. On the other hand, preserving human life is important, as climate change causes damages that impede the human ability to continue living, so reducing energy consumption and adjusting the food production approach provides an opportunity for the growth and stability of future generations. Also on this list are discovery and innovation. When the environment gets worse, it becomes harder to come up with new ideas and find new parts that can be used to make products and services that help the economy.

Based on the general objective of this conference, which is to study the practices and challenges facing achieving the sustainability of the economy in the era of the 5.0 industrial revolution, the Executive Committee for the Fifth Conference in the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences has the honor to invite researchers, students, and those interested to contribute to enriching the themes of this conference. It welcomes your participation and attendance and confirms its readiness to work to overcome all difficulties for those wishing to participate from inside or outside.

This conference aims to discuss the challenges and obstacles facing the processes of economic development and growth sustainability by studying the components and obstacles facing economic sustainability, analyzing them in several frameworks and contexts, and defining the economic, financial, administrative, technological, social, and cultural challenges and the human resources needed to reach sustainable economic development, as well as the need to continue building up the development processes. The researchers are welcome to present cases of the experiences of some countries in this field and analyze and evaluate them, especially their procedures for facing the repercussions of economic crises and mitigating their severity to achieve sustainable economic growth in the various public and private economic sectors of countries.

1. Economics, finance, and accounting for economic sustainability in the Industrial Revolution 5.0 era:

  • Justice, equality, and the sustainability of societal and economic growth.

  • The banking system and policies to achieve economic sustainability.

  • Financial and accounting practices within the industrial digital transformation and the innovation economy.

  • Non-banking financial awareness and achieving economic sustainability.

  • Financial reform, governance, combating corruption, and supporting economic investments.

  • The financial system, the traditional financing system, the Islamic financing system, and the sustainability of economic growth.

  • Financial inclusion, financial engineering, financial technology, and sustainable economic growth.

  • Accounting profession practices, accounting and financial systems, and the sustainability of economic growth.

  • Industry, infrastructure, innovation, and sustainable economic growth.

  • Clean and green energy, rational costs, and economic sustainability.

  • The quality of economic and natural resources, industrial systems, and the sustainability of economic growth.

2. Management, media, and marketing for economic sustainability in the Fifth Industrial Revolution era:

  • Management of production and rational consumption of economic resources.

  • The right to education, scientific research, and economic sustainability.

  • Managing technological development, privacy, and economic sustainability.

  • Innovation, leadership, business policies, and economic sustainability.

  • Development of human resources and technology to sustain the economy and industrial developments.

  • Digital industries and human digital skills in a changing environment.

  • Digital marketing, digital environment, technology generations, and economic sustainability.

  • Evolution of management models and market analyses within the digital environment.

3. Public relations, political science, natural environment, and social sciences for economic sustainability during the Fifth Industrial Revolution:

  • Community partnerships to achieve sustainable economic development.

  • Climate changes, ecosystems, energy sources, and economic growth.

  • Quality of learning, technological education, and economic sustainability.

  • Human health and well-being and sustainable economic growth.

  • The law and rights of workers in the industrial digital environment and the technological ecosystem.

  • Government political strategies and economic sustainability.

  • Economic, regional, and political agglomerate and sustainable economic growth.

  • Information and building human competencies to achieve sustainable development.

  • Corporate social responsibility to achieve economic sustainability.

  • Balance between industrial and economic growth and societal cultural growth.

  • Social and psychological changes and the challenges of economic growth and the industrial revolution.

CESS 2023 conference invites theoretical and empirical papers that employ quantitative, qualitative, or critical methods.

  • The deadline for submitting research papers in Arabic and English to the conference is Sunday, March 19, 2023, and the researcher will receive a response within two weeks of submission.

  • The last date for submitting the Camera-Ready papers is Sunday, April 9, 2023.

  • The last date for conference fees payment is April 30, 2023.

  • The conference date is May 10, 2023. 

  • The conference will take place in a hybrid mode: online on Zoom and at An-Najah National University, Nablus, Palestine. 

  1. Authors should submit original, anonymous papers in English or Arabic that haven't been submitted anywhere else and are less than 20% similarity as a single PDF or Word file. They should also follow the author's guidelines below.

  2. Submitted papers should not exceed 5000 words and range from 8 to 12 pages.

  3. Download the conference sample paper, usable as a template to prepare your paper, and for further details, please check the Springer author guidelines.

  4. In accordance with the requirements of international research indexing (Scopus for example), Arabic-language papers must publish their references in the Roman alphabet.

  5. Papers should be submitted through EasyChair, which can be found HERE https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cess2023.

  6. Papers will pass through a double-blind review process based on a 70% acceptance rate.

  7. The research will not be published in the conference proceedings unless all the modifications required by the scientific committee are made.

  8. Upon acceptance, at least one author must register to present at the conference.

  9. A registration fee of USD 100 must be paid to cover the Full Conference Attendance details and the Conference Proceedings (Digital Copy). This fee is non-refundable under any circumstances. The fee does not cover accommodation costs or any other additional expenses other than those stated above.

  10. The camera-ready paper should be supplemented with these requirements:

  11. A Point-By-Point Response Letter to all reviewers' comments.

  12. Signed and scanned publishing agreement (copyright) form, which should be signed by you using your own signature. This signature should not be in typed letters.

  13. A bio of 2-5 lines for each author is attached.

  14. The final paper (camera-ready copy) should be prepared as per the conference sample paper, and set its filename with the paper ID in both Word format and PDF format with the full details of the authors (see attached example paper).

  15. The proof of your payment.

  16. After preparing the camera-ready paper, as per the above points, please email a zipped file with all the required documents to [email protected]

  17. It is the responsibility of the registering party to assure that all camera-ready paper requirements have been strictly met.

Conference Executive Committee

  • Prof. Abdulnaser Nour, An-Najah National University, Palestine

  • Assoc. Prof. Islam Abdeljawad, An-Najah National University, Palestine

  • Assoc. Prof. Abdalmuttaleb Al-Sartawi, Ahlia University, Bahrain

  • Prof. M. Kabir Hassan, University of New Orleans, USA

  • Prof. Khaled Hussainey, University of Portsmouth, UK

  • Prof. Talal Al-Hayale, University of Windsor, Canada

  • Prof. Mustafa Mohd Hanefah, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM), Malaysia

  • Prof. Qasim Zureigat, Sulaiman AlRajhi University, KSA

Scientific Committee

  • Prof. Abdulnaser Nour, An-Najah National University, Palestine 

  • Assoc. Prof. Islam Abdeljawad, An-Najah National University, Palestine

  • Dr. Ra'fat Jallad, An-Najah National University, Palestine

  • Dr. Shatha Qamheih, An-Najah National University, Palestine

  • Dr.  Rani Shahwan, An-Najah National University, Palestine

  • Assoc. Prof. Fayez Mahamid, An-Najah National University, Palestine

  • Assoc. Prof. Abdalkarim Ayyoub, An-Najah National University, Palestine

  • Assoc. Prof. Sam Alfoqahaa, An-Najah National University, Palestine

  • Assoc. Prof. Ahmed Ra'fat Ghodieh, An-Najah National University, Palestine

  • Dr.  Muiz Abu Alia, An-Najah National University, Palestine

  • Dr.  Mohammad Najjar, An-Najah National University, Palestine

  • Dr.  Mohammad Najjar, An-Najah National University, Palestine

  • Dr. Rabeh Morrar, An-Najah National University, Palestine

  • Dr. Farid Abu-Idheir, An-Najah National University, Palestine

  • Dr. Ghassan Daas, An-Najah National University, Palestine

  • Dr. Muath Asmar, An-Najah National University, Palestine

  • Assoc. Prof. Abdalmuttaleb Al-Sartawi, Ahlia University, Bahrain

  • Prof. M. Kabir Hassan, University of New Orleans, USA

  • Prof. Khaled Hussainey, University of Portsmouth, UK

  • Prof. Talal Al-Hayale, University of Windsor, Canada

  • Prof. Mustafa Mohd Hanefah, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM), Malaysia

  • Prof. Qasim Zureigat, Sulaiman AlRajhi University, KSA

  • Dr. Ahmad Alqatan, Arab Open University, Kuwait

  • Dr. Ahmad Mahmoud Ahmad Zamil, Prince Sattam Bin Abdulaziz University, KSA

  • Dr. Ahmed Elamer, Brunel University London, UK

  • Dr. Ahmed Elsayed, Durham University Business School Country, UK

  • Dr. Araby Madbouly, Muscat College, Oman

  • Dr. Audil Rashid Khaki, American University of the Middle East, Kuwait

  • Dr. Azam Abdelhakeem Khalid Ahmed, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Malaysia

  • Dr. Azzam Hannoon, American University in the Emirates, UAE

  • Dr. Essam Al-Husseini, Esraa University College, Iraq

  • Dr. Fadi Hassan Shihadeh, Technical University, Palestine

  • Dr. Gürdal Ertek, United Arab Emirates University, UAE

  • Dr. Habiba Al Mughairi, University of Technology and Applied Sciences, Oman

  • Dr. Hassan Elhawary, Central Queensland University, Australia

  • Dr. Kalsoom Sumra COMSATS University Islamabad, Pakistan

  • Dr. Karim Sorour, Northumbria University, UK

  • Dr. Liew Chee Yoong, UCSI University, Malaysia

  • Dr. Maged M. Gazar, Institute of Public Administration, KSA

  • Dr. Maha Radwan, University of Turin, Italy

  • Dr. Mayada A. Youssef, United Arab Emirates University, UAE

  • Dr. Nadia Mansour, Salamanca, Spain

  • Prof. Sergii Kavun, Interregional Academy of Personnel Management, Kyiv, Ukraine

  • Prof. Tord Häversjö, Nordic International Management Institute, Stockholm County, Swede

  • Prof. Waldemar Pfoertsch, International Bussiness Mannheim Business School, Germany

  • Prof. Willy Legrand, IUBH International University of Applied Sciences, German

  • Prof. Zenonas Turskis, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania

  • Dr. Hala Ismail Zaidan, The University of Jordan, Jordan

  • Dr. Nor Razinah Mohd. Zain, International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia

  • Dr. Oltiana Muharremi Pelari, Stonehill College, USA

  • Dr. Rohit Bansal, Rajiv Gandhi institute of petroleum technology, India

  • Dr. Rui Dang, Westminster International University in Tashkent, Uzbekistan

  • Dr. Sebahattin Demirkan, Manhattan College, USA

  • Dr. Soumaya Askri, Canadian University Dubai, UAE

  • Dr. Stephen Aro-Gordon, Muscat College, Oman

  • Dr. Thouraya Snoussi, University of Sharjah, UAE

  • Dr. Vanja Piljak, University of Vaasa, Finland

  • Dr. Wafi Al-Karaghouli, Brunel University London, UK

  • Dr. Wajeha Awad, Albaraka Banking Group, Bahrain

  • Prof. Baker Al Serhan, Princess Sumaya University for Technology, Jordan

  • Prof. Cesario Mateus, Aalborg University Business School, Denmark

  • Prof. Ikhlas Altarawneh, Amman Arab University, Jordan

  • Prof. Iqbal Thonse Hawaldar, Kingdom University, Bahrain

  • Prof. Janice C. Sipior, Villanova University, USA

  • Prof. Khaled GUESMI, Center of Research for Energy and Climate Change Change (CRECC)-Paris School of Business, France

  • Prof. Khaled Hussainey, University of Portsmouth, UK

  • Prof. Mustafa Mohd Hanefah, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM), Malaysia

  • Prof. Qasim Zureigat, Sulaiman AlRajhi University, KSA

  • Prof. Ravi Kumar Bommisetti, Amrita Sai Institute of Science and Technology, India

  • Prof. Talal Al-Hayale, University of Windsor, Canada

  • Dr. Muhammad Farrukh, Snr. RESFELL., Beijing Institute of Technology, China

  • Dr. Vincent Ribiere, Bangkok University, Thailand

  • Dr. Yalçın Kirdar, Maltepe University, Istanbul, Turkey

  • Prof. Khaled Dahawy, The American University in Cairo, Egypt

  • Dr. Fadi Thabtah, Manukau Institute of Technology, New Zealan

  • Prof. Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha, Polytechnic Institute of Cávado and Ave, Portugal

  • Dr. Ali Mawlood Fadhil Al-Sammarraie, Al-Esraa College University, Iraq

  • Dr. Manaf Al-Okaily, Jadara University, Jordan

Technical secretariat of the conference:

  • Maram Balateih
  • Sabah Hamdan

Nablus, Palestine

An- Najah National University, Old Campus

P.O. Box: 7

Phone: +970 (9) 2345113 Ext.2005 

Email: [email protected] 

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