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The Business Systems Laboratory International Symposia aim to address the global economic and social challenges of our times by systemic perspective; shedding the light on the several interactions between natural social and economic systems. The criticalities and the opportunities of our times...
The conference centres around presentations of case studies that look at social relations within enterprises and the value orientation of entrepreneurs worldwide.
Ausgehend von dem Phänomen der Reichweitenangst beschäftigt sich die Tagung mit der Medialität und Materialität von Batterien und Akkus sowie ihrer Bedeutung für die Emergenz des Digitalen Zeitalters.
The program seeks to engage questions of economics, religion and culture across the social sciences.
For SIOP 2019, we are also encouraging submissions that highlight cross-disciplinary collaborations. This may include submissions using multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary, or transdisciplinary approaches to science for smarter workforce. These sessions may feature collaborations, research...
Conference Theme: "40 Years of AFIT: A Time for Reflection and Renewal" As AFIT celebrates its 40th anniversary, we reflect on the relevance of the old institutional approach, methods, standards, and insights while exploring new theoretical developments and applications. We encourage papers and...
The conference theme of 2019 is: “Tackling the underlying neural and psychological mechanisms of human economic decision making” Topics preferably combine problems in economics, psychology, and/or neuroscience, and include (but are not restricted to): - Linking choice data and decision...
The 7th CIRIEC’s international conference will be an occasion for shared reflection on the role of Social and Solidarity Economy in facing the current challenges and a realizing a ‘transformational vision’ such as the one set by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Only papers on religion will be considered. From previous experience, we expect a large number of submissions, and we will unfortunately not be able to accommodate everyone. We will cover expenses for all presenters and discussants.
The workshop calls on outstanding contributions in the broad literature on the economics of social and economic networks. Both empirical and theoretical contributions will be encouraged.
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