1) Farhod Karimov, Associate Professor, Westminster International University in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, and Jaafar El-Murad, Emeritus, University of Westminster in London - “Does country-of-origin matter in the era of globalization? Evidence from cross sectional data in Uzbekistan”

2) Shabir Ahmad Khan, Director, Area Study Centre (Russia, China & Central Asia) University of Peshawar, Pakistan - “Uzbekistan's Role in Inter and Intra Regional Integration”

3) Roland Dannreuther, Professor, University of Westminster, UK - “Russia, China and Central Asian Integration”

4) Filippo Costa Buranelli, Senior Lecturer, University of St Andrews, School of International Relations, United Kingdom - “The Evolution of the Central Asian Regional Order”

5) Salim Turdaliev, PhD Candidate, Institute of Economic Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, Czechia - “Increasing Block Rate Electricity Pricing and Propensity to Purchase Major Home Appliances: Empirical Evidence from a Natural Experiment”

6) A K M Kamrul Hasan, Senior Lecturer, Westminster International University in Tashkent, Bangladesh - “Central bank digital currency (CBDC) and its impact on the operations of Islamic Banks: Central Asian perspective”

7) Erdogan Ekiz, Senior Lecturer, Westminster International University in Tashkent, Management and Marketing Department, Uzbekistan - “An Overview of Tourism and Hospitality Industries in Uzbekistan: A SWOT Analysis Approach”

8) Janar Abuova, Senior teacher, Yeoju Technical Institute in Tashkent, Uzbekistan - “Development of the Soft CLIL for the future perspectives of IT Schools in the territory of Uzbekistan”

9) Dildara Gapparova, Lecturer, Westminster International University in Tashkent - “Creativity and Risk in Advertising in Uzbekistan”

10) Paradorn Rangsimaporn, Minister-Counsellor and Deputy Head of Mission, and independent researcher, Royal Thai Embassy in Nur-Sultan, Republic of Kazakhstan, Thailand - “Uzbekistan and Southeast Asia: Exploring the Opportunities for Strengthening Relations”

11) Zabikhulla Saipov, Independent Researcher, University of World Economy and Diplomacy, Uzbekistan - “Evolution of Washington’s Strategic Goals in the Countries of Central Asia”

12) Ahliddin Malikov, Course Leader, Westminster International University in Tashkent, Uzbekistan - “Central Asian Integration: Obstacles and Opportunities”

13) Daphne Economou, Senior Lecturer, University of Westminster in London - “Learning Sign Language Combining Game Theory, Video and VR Technology”

14) Etenesh Asfaw, Senior Research Fellow, Center for Policy Research and Outreach at WIUT, Uzbekistan - “Gender Equality in Independent Uzbekistan”

15) Sarvinoz Mamadjonova, Master of Science in Accounting and Finance, Tashkent Institution of Finance and Binary Graduate School, Uzbekistan - “Is Female Higher Education Our Weak Point?”

16) Nozimakhon Uralova, EFL Teacher, Yeoju Technical Institute in Tashkent, Uzbekistan - “The development of social pragmatic competence through alternative assessment in CLIL and non-CLIL classrooms”

17) Andrew Linn, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research), Head of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Westminster, and Anastasiya Bezborodova, PhD Student LAS (School of Humanities) University of Westminster, United Kingdom - “Establishing the conditions for ‘optimal’ English-Medium Education: Evidence from Uzbekistan and the Silk Road region”

18) Nargiza Alimukhamedova, Course Leader, Westminster International University in Tashkent, CERGE-EI, Prague University of Economics and Business, and Nurmukhammad Yusupov, Academic Coordinator, Solbridge International School of Business - “Financial literacy and the cost of borrowing: evidence from unregulated microfinance industry”

19) Filippo Maria Margheritini, Recent graduate student, University of St. Andrews,
Italy - 
“Natural resources and Multivectorism in Kazakhstan: the cases of Italy and Japan”

20) Fabio Indeo, Senior Analyst on Geopolitics in Central Asia, Nato Defense College Foundation, Rome, Italy- “Central Asia: new trends of connectivity and regional integration”