The 8th International Conference on Business, International Relations and Diplomacy 2019

BINUS University Anggrek Campus

October 9, 2019 – October 10, 2019

In recent years, the digital revolution has offered many exciting opportunities for both public and private actors. At the same time the transition towards a digital economy may require a different approach altogether to take into account fundamental changes that may challenge countries’ competitiveness within a short period of time. This transformation appears not only in economic sector but also in domestic political activity, international relations, and social issues.

In economic sector, digital transformation helps reduce transaction costs and increase productivity. No wonder the digital economy has become an increasingly large contributor to the growth of the world economy, facilitating trade, creating new jobs and economic opportunities, and enabling businesses to expand their markets. It also forces countries to make a political declaration to launch a discussion on new global rules to facilitate the expansion of the digital economy in a way that is mutually beneficial to developed and developing countries.

In the digital era, political institutions as well as political activities are increasingly mediated and shaped by the technologies of information and communication. Many governments have already adopted digital strategies that reshape the way government delivers services. However, while few governments have already in “maturing” stage of digital transformation, the overwhelming majority are still in the early or developing stages of the digital-transformation journey.

Please contact Moch Faisal Karim, PhD at should you have any inquiry.


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