Malang is the second largest city in East Java with a rapidly growing population of about 1.2 million. This is a city of great historical significance. The oldest existing record of Malang as a regency is from the 8th century when it was the seat of government of the ancient Kanjuruhan and Singhasari kingdoms. The
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Scientific Committee: Professor Raghavendra Rau (University of Cambridge) Professor William Megginson (University of Oklahoma) Professor Claudio Morana (State Milan University) Professor Jamie Davidson (National University of Singapore) Professor Ansari Mahfooz (University of Lethbridge) Professor Henk von Eije (University of Groningen) Professor Graham Partington (University of Sydney) Professor Alexander Kostyuk (Ukrainian Academy of Banking) Professor Masykuri
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Registration fees for the conference are listed below. Early bird (until Mar 7) Normal (Mar 8 – Apr 1) International Academics USD 400 USD 500 International Student USD 300 USD 400 Local Academics IDR 2,500,000 IDR 2,750,000 Local Student IDR 2,000,000 IDR 2,250,000 Registration fee includes participation in the program, coffee breaks, luncheon, proceedings, conference
The venue of the conference is at Atria Hotel, Malang address: Jl. Letjend S. Parman No.87 – 89, Malang, Malang offers a full range of accommodation through from simple homestays to star-rated hotels. BUDGET Ardjuno, Jl Brigjen Slamet Riadi No122, Malang, ☎ +62 341 326929(email@example.com). A bit distant from the city center but closer to shopping mall Town Square.
1)Othman Yong Professor, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Othman Yong is a Professor of Investments at UKM-Graduate School of Business. He received his bachelor’s degree in Statistics from California State University, his MBA from Missouri State University, and his doctorate in Finance from Mississippi State University. His current research interest is in the area of Initial Public Offerings