Qlobal ticarətin avtomatlaşdırılması: Gömrük xidmətində qərarların qəbul edilməsində "Əşyaların İnterneti" və "Böyük həcmli verilənlərin təhlili"
The State Customs Committee of the Republic of Azerbaijan together with the Customs Academy of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the International Network of Customs University (INCU) Baku Regional Office will be organizing the 3rdInternational Student Conference in Mingachevir, Azerbaijan from 4-7 of July 2018 that will focus on contemporary issues relating to customs, trade and economics. The theme of the conference will be "Global Trade Automation: Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data Analytics for Customs Decision Making", and it will focus on the following topics:
·Big Data analytics for decision-making in Customs
·Customs Information Management and New Generation of Compliance Management
·Digital Customs Education – e-Learning and more
·Innovative approaches to Customs management and trade facilitation
The aim of this conference is to provide a unique international platform that brings together the best students, academics and practitioners from around the world in various disciplines related to customs and provides them with an opportunity to share their research, knowledge, experiences and ideas.
It willalso provide students with an opportunity to establish networks at an early stage of their careers that facilitate future customs-academia collaboration to support Customs capacity-building, strategic decision-making and the development of sound regulatory policy and practice.
All papers presented at the conference will be published at Conference Proceedings by the INCU Baku Regional Office. The best academic papers will be selected for consideration to be published in the Journal of Customs & Economics Review and the World Customs Journal.
The working languages of the conference will be Azerbaijani, English and Russian.
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