Dr. R. Agus Trihatmoko is a lecturer of Faculty of Economics and Postgraduate Study Program of University of Surakarta, Indonesia. He completed his doctoral studies in 2016, of the Doctoral Program in Economics, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Sebelas Maret, Surakarta. The research interest for him includes the areas of marketing, entrepreneurship, corporate management and corporate strategies, and political economics and public management. He is active as the reviewer of Journal at several publisher, and scientific articles produced from his study team have been published through reputable journals and impact factors. He is also an expert on the mass media to review socio-economic problems in the national economy related to government policies.
Associate Professor Rita Remeikienė is the international leader for the Project “Interdependence between illegal trade in tobacco and corruption, money laundering and organised crime” (funded by Philip Morris Products S.A). She has gained useful management experience while managing scientific project “Digital Shadow Economy” from Research Council of Lithuania in 2015-2017. She has gathered a competent team (the main participants and executors have been Professor L. Gasparėnienė, Professor F. Schneider) who have complemented the theory of shadow economy with the newest results of researches, and introduced good relationships with state institutions, which “fight” with the named phenomenon. Her management experience is complemented with the abilities, gained during management of studies’ project “Nord Plus Horizontals' 2014”. The competence of associate professor is shown through the contribution to science with 69 scientific publications, where 20 out of which are published on the main list of publications of Institute for Scientific Information; 12 publications are published in other databases, referred by Institute for Scientific Information [Proceedings and other]. 16 articles have been published on “Shadow Economy” and “Digital Shadow Economy” together with co-authors, a monograph “Digital Shadow Economy” has been written, reviewed and is going to be published. What is more, associate professor is supervising a PhD student with a new dissertation subject, approved in 2016, “The Assessment of Digital Shadow Economy Impact to the Growth of Baltic States Economy”.
Asongwe Joachim Bendeng was born in 1979 in the North West Region of Cameroon. He obtained his First School Leaving Certificate in 1992. He got his GCE Ordinary level Certificate in 1997. He obtained his GCE Advanced level certificate in 1999. He got a Bachelor’s Degree in History; option Management –Marketing in 2002. He was employed in the National Rubber Producing Authority (HEVECAM) where he worked as Manpower Deployment and Planning Secretary. He laterserved as instructor of History and Citizenship education in Jua Memorial College Njinikom, and as Principal of Kom Comprehensive High School Anyajua. In 2016, he was admitted in the Post-graduate School of the University of Bamenda to read management. He has completed the Executive MBA program and will be graduating on the 13 of December 2019. He is married to Bemnenui Adelaide with whom he has a son, Asongwe Tabah Baudouin.
Dr Ghanem was qualified in 1968, Mansoura University, Egypt. He gained all postgraduate experience in UK where he was promoted in posts up to the consultant level. He practiced as consultant Urologist in UK, Saudi Arabia and Egypt. During his career life he reported over 60 articles of which he made important discoveries in medicine, physiology, urology, nephrology, cardiovascular and surgery. He discovered two new types of vascular shocks, proved that one physiological law is wrong and provided an alternative. He resolved the puzzles of 3 clinical syndromes; the transurethral of the prostate (TURP) syndrome, the loin pain haematuria syndrome (LPHS) and the adult respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). He is now on the editorial board of many medical and surgical journals and he is happily retired in Egypt.
SOSSOU Sheitan, PhD in economics, Cheikh Anta Diop University of Dakar, Senegal. Master degree from PTCI, the join Program for 18 Francophone African countries. Lecturer at the High Institute of Finance in Dakar. Winner of 2019’s Economic research prize of the "Think Tank” network of the West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU) Commission. Areas of interest for research: Food security, Climate Change and Conflict in sub-Saharan Africa.