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Conference Dates

November 15-17, 2024

Conference Venue

Hangzhou, China

Submission Due

October 10, 2024

Welcome to ICDEBA 2024 Conference

Important Dates

Submissions Deadline: October 10, 2024
Notification to Deadline: October 30, 2024
Camera Ready Due: November 10, 2024
Early-Bird Reg. Due: July15, 2024

We would like to extend our warmest invitation to you for participating in ​2024 2nd International Conference on Digital Economy and Business Administration (ICDEBA 2024) that will be held in Hangzhou, China during November 15-17, 2024.

ICDEBA 2024 is sponsored by Zhejiang Gongshang University Hangzhou College of Commerce.

As a leading role in the global development of scientific innovation, China has been creating a more and more open environment for scientific innovation, increasing the depth and breadth of academic cooperation, and building a community of innovation that benefits all. ICDEBA aims at promoting academic exchange and communication in digital economy and business administration. Participants in these fields are welcome to present their findings in forms of papers or speeches and to further bring more inspirations and collaborations with the help of ICDEBA .


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After a rigorous reviewing process, accepted papers after proper registration and presentation, will be published into Conference Proceedings. 

##ICDEBA 2023 Conference Proceedings has been published in  EDP science:SHS Web of Conferences - Volume 181 (2024).


Submission Guidelines & Ethics

Submission Guidelines

Prospective authors are kindly invited to submit full papers that include the following elements:

·Metadata – title, keywords, abstract, professional affiliation(s), and cited references in the bibliography must be included, and written in the English Language.

·Abstract – a brief and objective summary that previews the rest of the paper it describes. It should be succinct yet provide enough information about the paper to facilitate a decision on whether the entire paper could be read with profit. 

·Introduction – an introductory statement of the purpose of the paper, usually describing the hypothesis that will be tested and a summary of related previous work by others.

·Methods – the methods that are used to test the hypothesis should be given in sufficient detail that another researcher in the field could duplicate the testing.

·Results – the hypothesis should be tested and data representing the results of the testing presented.

·Conclusion – the data should be discussed and the results interpreted, and conclusions given.

Zhejiang Gongshang University 

Zhejiang Gongshang University Hangzhou College of Commerce


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