About the Journal

The joint Asian Conference on Business and Economic Studies will be co-organised by three institutions  including University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), Universitas Padjadjaran (UNPAD) (Indonesia), and Udayana University (UNUD) (Indonesia). This conference is jointly incorporated from the previous prestigious conferences such as the 6th Asian Conference on Business and Economic Studies (6th ACBES), the 8th Global Advance Research Conference on Management and Business Studies (8th GARCOMBS) and the International Conference on Economics and Business Udayana University (2nd  ICONICS). This joint conference will be hosted at Udayana University – Bali, Indonesia on August 28 – 30, 2024.

In addition, this joint conference foster and strengthen a dialogue between junior and experienced researchers, policy makers and practitioners, with a view to enhance our collective understanding of the role and functioning of business and economic studies in regional areas.

We invite contributions on a wide range of topics in Business and Economics. While we are particularly interested in research addressing issues pertinent to Asia or those that are of current relevance to the region, we also welcome studies in traditional and emerging areas of Business and Economics. We are open to considering both theoretical frameworks and empirical analyses.


  • Investment, Trade, and Globalisation
  • Money & International Finance
  • Fiscal Policies and Public Finance
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Poverty, Inequality & Social Development
  • Environmental Economics
  • Employment and Income
  • Human Resources Development
  • Innovation and Creativity
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Accounting and Auditing
  • Development of Economic Industries
  • Business Administration
  • Green and Digital Marketing
  • Economic impacts of Pandemic and Conflict
  • Blockchain, Fintech
  • Behavioural Economics
  • Labour Economics
  • Regional Studies
  • Regional Policies
  • Banking and Finance
  • Economics and Law
  • Financial Economics
  • Fintech, AI and Big data
  • Monetary Economics
  • Institutional Economics
  • Health Economics
  • Insurance and Workplace
  • Sustainability and Social License
  • Ecological Economics