First European Academic Research Conference on Global Business, Economics, Finance and Social Scienc

"Regaining Economic Momentum"

Time: 30 June-2 July 2015
: Milan, Italy

Banks and financial institutions play a very significant role in economic recovery and growth. Companies and SME’s (Small and Medium Enterprises) heavily depend on bank financing. Unfortunately, banks, as a precautionary measure, resort to tight credit and lending policy. On the same note, one should not forget to consider the fact that, in EU, half of exports go to other European countries which again triggers stiff competition among the members. While France and Germany are quite stronger in terms of key economic parameters, other countries such as Spain, Portugal, Greece and Italy continue to struggle and are straining every nerve to bring the economic engine back to normal functioning. Obviously, bank lending should take place in order to fuel economic activities. European Central Bank has already implemented several far reaching measures and is expected to play a major role in this front with greater initiatives and measures.


  • Provide a platform for economists, academicians, policy makers and researchers to share their ideas, insights and research findings to contribute to economic recovery and growth of the EU
  • Identify and analyze the causes which led the EU to the current state of affairs
  • Determine the role of banks, financial institutions and various segments of the EU for making tangible contribution to ensure rapid progress of the member nations by creating a conducive investment climate
  • Encourage collaborative research and networking opportunities for researchers and academicians from across the globe to exchange ideas and knowledge for the betterment of human society, at large

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