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Topics covers all research areas in Economics including: - Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics, - Microeconomic Theory, Behavioral and Experimental Economics, - Econometrics and Applied Econometrics, - Labor Economics, - Health Economics, - Public Economics, - Economics of Migration, -...
Main Topics: - Production and Inventory Control, - Investment and Financial Planning in Production, - Manufacturing Strategy, - Supply Chain Management, - Productivity and Performance Analysis, - Workload Control, - Reverse Logistics, - Asset Management, - Innovation and Technology Management.
We invite submissions of papers from PhD students who focus on one or several of the mentioned aspects. Country case studies as well as comparative papers on social investment from theoretical and empirical perspectives are welcome. We are especially interested in different policy fields (e.g....
Workshop on the Consequences of Financial Capitalism in Eastern and Southern Europe. Topics: - the household as a social unit, object of financial technologies, and theoretical, analytical and statistical construct; - social relations and categories overlapping, crosscutting or enveloping...
The conference goes back to a doctoral seminar held in Radein since 1967. It has since evolved into a one-week conference with a special topic each year and a general part giving PhD students the possibility to present their research. Generalthema „Monetary Policy: Current and Future...
The purpose of the European Banking Institute is to conduct high quality research, to distribute knowledge and to promote the dialogue between scholars, regulators, industry representatives and advisors in relation to issues concerning the regulation and supervision of financial institutions and...
Session 1 - "Use of Grace Period and its Impact on Knowledge Spillover: Evidence from Japan". Session 2 - "Measuring Science Intensity of Industry Using Linked Dataset of Science, Technology and Industry". Session 3 - "The Impact of Entrepreneurial Human Capital on Initial Funding: Evidence from...
We invite papers on: managerial accounting, financial accounting, and auditing. The topics are broadly defined and can include national and international accounting regulation, standard‐setting, management control, corporate governance, ethical issues, financial management, risk management,...
Designed around the theme “Promoting Sustained Growth: Policy Tensions and Risks,” the 2018 event will focus on the key challenges for policymakers and business leaders in promoting sustained global growth amid rising threats from nationalism and protectionism. Topics include a broad range...
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