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The conference will bring together 300 global thinkers and leading experts from academics, business, politics and NGOs and will address central questions such as: - Innovation 4.0: Can growth really be the main guiding principle of the fourth industrial revolution? How can we ensure that this...
The conference participants will present and discuss new theoretical approaches and empirical insights into the structuring role of occupations on social stratification and inequality processes. We particularly invite papers dealing with one of the following questions: - How important are...
The conference committee welcomes contributions on a wide array of topics using a range of scholarly approaches including theoretical and empirical papers employing qualitative, quantitative and critical methods. Key Topics: - Social media in business, - Social media in education, - Social media...
We invite scholars from economics and related disciplines to submit extended abstracts or full papers. Preference will be given to papers focusing on Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Topics include, but are not limited to: - family policy, fertility, mortality, household...
- "Human Capital Around the World” by Barbara Fraumeni (Central University for Finance and Economics, China), - “Human Capital in the Inclsuvie Wealth Report 2017” by Shunsuke Managi (Kyushu University, Japan), - “Conclusions from the UNECE Task Force Guide on Measuring Human Capital”...
The content of the IFLA Conference Programme is organised by different professional groups (Sections, Core Programmes and Special Interest Groups). Calls for papers will be submitted through these groups and made available on the web page.
The aim of the EFMD-HUMANE Summer School is to develop the leadership potential of senior managers in higher education involved in major transformational change programmes in their institutions by making them fully aware of: - The critical success factors associated with the re-design of...
This one-day workshop discusses future directions of social inequality research. It especially welcomes young scholars’ work in progress (graduate students and post-docs).
The 2017 CESifo Area Conference on the Economics of Education, organised by Eric A. Hanushek (Stanford University, Area Director) and Ludger Woessmann (Ifo Institute), aims to bring together official CESifo network members to discuss their recent research and to encourage broader interactions,...
Topics: - Integration, Trade and Capital Flows. - Transport and Logistics in International Trade. - International Production Networks. - International Migration and Local Development. - Economic Growth and the Impact of Shocks. - Monetary Economics. - The Economic Influence of Digitalization. -...
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