In the third edition of the conference ‘Economic Turmoil in Contemporary Europe’ we continue the tradition of exploring problems of the European Economy and European Macroeconomic Policy and cordially invite researchers from different fields to share methods, exchange ideas, and discuss the recent results all located in Economics.
A constantly changing Europe dictates new metters for discussion. High unemployment, financial and debt crisis, youth unemployment, immigration crisis, Brexit, and perspectives of twospeed Europe or even European disintegration give rise to debates and encourage research on those topics.
Conference topics include, but are not limited to:
as well as the papers undertaking the subject of methodological considerations.
Please be also invited to join sessions held under the patronage of our special guests:
• ‘Middle Income Trap and European Experience’ with selected papers being published in Palgrave publication
Professor Emeritus of Economics at Arizona State University, USA, editor of Eastern European Economics and Comparative Economic Studies, President at Society for the Study of Emerging Markets, a prominent member of Association for Comparative Economic Studies, as well as advisor of many governmental bodies and consultant for main international organizations. His areas of expertize involve comparative economic systems, transition economics, economic growth and international economics.
Professor, Director of the Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University, Japan, and a senior fellow of National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan. Research Director of Russian Reserch Center (RRC), Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University and senior fellow of center for Global Peace and Strategic Studies. Member of the executive committee of Association for Comparative Economic Studies. He received MA and PhD from Hitotsubashi University. He specializes in mathematical modeling of economic processes, the quantitative analysis of development and the comparative analysis of the Soviet and the post-Soviet economies.
1 day-29 November 2018
2 day 30 November 2018
Subject to the positive journals’ review papers accepted for the conference will be published in following journals:
Abstract fee is to be paid on the submission of an abstract. Subject to abstract acceptance the deadline for conference fee payment is 30 September 2018.
Abstract fee is a non-refundable processing fee, and not based on approval of your abstract submission or attendance.
Conference fee includes:
The payment of the conference fee should be done by a bank transfer to the following accounts:
For payments in PLN:
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For payments in EUR:
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Authors are welcome to submit abstracts of their papers electronically (MS Word or PDF format) through the system below.
The abstract should include the title of the paper; name of the author(s); affiliation, mailing address, telephone, and e-mail addresses of the author(s).
The abstract should outline the background, methodology, data, results and main contribution of the paper. Only abstracts of papers which have not already been published or accepted for publication in journals will be considered. The Conference Committee will review all submissions and the submitting authors will be notified of the decision on 30th of June 2018.