Economic systems play a crucial role in shaping the well-being and quality of life for individuals and communities. At the same time, human rights are fundamental principles that protect the dignity and freedoms of every individual. The relationship between economic systems and human rights is complex, as the economic structure of a society can either support or undermine human rights.
The relationship between economic systems and human rights is a dynamic and complex one. Capitalism, socialism, and mixed economies each have their advantages and drawbacks when it comes to supporting or undermining human rights. Striking the right balance requires thoughtful regulation, progressive taxation, and creative approaches to public-private collaboration. Ultimately, the goal is to create economic systems that not only drive prosperity but also protect and uphold the fundamental human rights of all individuals, ensuring a just and equitable society.
The primary goal of ESHR-2024 is to invite original papers from the scholars, researchers, policymakers, and practitioners from around the world to explore the dynamic relationship between economic systems and human rights from the fields of Capitalism, Socialism , Mixed Economies , Progressive Taxation , Public-Private Partnerships and many more for economic and human rights harmony. ESHR-2024 do offers a platform to discuss and analyze the intricate interplay of these two critical aspects of modern society.
The International Conference on Economic Systems & Human Rights (ESHR-2024) shall be organized by the IIMT, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India during November 1st -2nd, 2024. The conference provides a platform to discuss and share knowledge on Economic Systems & Human Rights. It helps us to achieve a balance in ongoing challenges of society which remain vigilant in their pursuit of economic and human rights harmony.More Details
Dr. Francesco did his PhD in Social Sciences, specializing in economic sociology, ethical finance, and social economics.
Prof. Srikanta Patnaik is Director of I.I.M.T., Bhubaneswar, India. He has received his Ph. D. (Engineering) on Computational Intelligence from Jadavpur University, India in 1999.
Professor Sushanta Kumar Nayak, currently serves as a Professor in the Department of Economics at Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, with a distinguished career spanning over 30 years.
Dr. Chitta Ranjan Mishra is an Eminent Chemical Scientist & Technologist , Columnist, Television Anchor & Resource Person, Author, Orator and National Science Communicator of repute.
International Advisory Chair
Prof. Arturo Hermann has an impressive academic background, starting with a full marks "Laurea" in Economics from the University of Naples in 1986.
Prof. Dr. Kamala Prasad Mahapatra is an esteemed academic and a prominent figure in the field of literature and education.
Dhananjaya Sarangi is a Professor of Computer Science and Applications of Interscience Institute of Management and Technology (IIMT), Bhubaneswar, Odisha since April 2019.
Suresh Chandra Sarangi, after completing his post graduation in political science from Utkal University, joined as an Assistant Professor in SCS college Puri.
Prof. Pramod Kumar Prusty is the Dean Academics of IIMT, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India. He has received his Ph.D degree from Utkal University, Vani Vihar on Accounting and Finance based topic.
Prof Dr Jagamohan Pattanayak is a prolific writer, poet and accomplished researcher. He has 8 research publications in National & State journals.