Economic Convergence in European Union (ECEU) – 17th edition

The Faculty of Theoretical and Applied Economics

The Bucharest University of Economic Studies

Invites you to participate to the

 Economic Convergence in European Union

(ECEU) – 17th edition

Bucharest, 30 – 31 March 2020 

CALL FOR PAPERS

One of the biggest challenges of our world today is to understand the reasons that stood behind the past economic crisis and how to stimulate future economic growth. Given its further possibilities of development, a crucial insight of modern theories in Economics can be drawn by focusing on the past and the present. While the past has not been as thoroughly analyzed as it should have been, we can see that it’s providing the opportunity of exploring untapped historical data to shed new light on today’s problems.

The prime objective of ECEU conference is to facilitate the interaction between the scholars from Economics academic area, aiming multidisciplinary cooperation, along with academics from others different areas as well as, exchange knowledge of available data and the state-of-the art approaches.

The ECEU conference in Bucharest will offer an opportunity to share and discuss ideas and research pertaining to these questions. Organizers from the Faculty of Theoretical and Applied Economics of The Bucharest University of Economic Studies/Academia de Studii Economice din București (ASE) invite both established researchers and Ph.D. or master students to submit their scientific work. We particularly welcome research into general economic issues, from an economical, business or economic thinking perspective or into less widely known aspects of nowadays economics.

Those who wish to participate should email their abstract along with short academic CV to simpozioneconomie@economie.ase.ro no later than 3rd of February 2020.

Interested academics and practitioners are invited to submit:

Research papers: complete papers with complete references section. 

Short papers: this could be research in progress, abstracts, ideas you would like to explore with audience at the conference, or draft of papers for possible co-authorship:  (max. 5 pages or 1500 words) – not up for publishing.

Virtual presentation is available if you are unable to attend conference activities in person. 

Papers will be evaluated for originality, significance, clarity, and contribution.  It is ECEU policy to make efforts to send complete papers to two reviewers for full blind peer review.  Submitted Papers must not have been previously published or currently submitted for publication elsewhere.

Possibility of publication: The participants will be able to choose where they want to publish their papers. You can choose to publish your work in a collective volume, under the University of Economic Studies’ Publishing House, or in Theoretical and Applied Economics Journal, which listed in EconLit, RePec, DOAJ, EBSCO and ICAAP.

Important dates:
Abstract deadline: 3rd of February 2020
Notification of acceptance: 14th of February 2020
Full paper and participation fee: 2nd of March 2020

Fees: There is a participation fee of 50 Euro per paper, which covers the publishing fees, the coffee breaks and the lunch gala for one participant. For any extra papers or participants you will be charged with an additional 20 euro per paper/ participant.

Local organizers: Associate prof. PhD. Grigore Piroșcă, Dean of the Faculty of Theoretical and Applied Economics at Bucharest University of Economic Studies,

Associate prof. PhD. Dragoș Huru, Head of The Department of Economics and Economic Policies, Faculty of Theoretical and Applied Economics at Bucharest University of Economic Studies,

Associate prof. PhD. Liana Badea, – Head of The department of communications and economic doctrines, Faculty of Theoretical and Applied Economics at Bucharest University of Economic Studies,

Associate prof. PhD. Roberta Stanef-Puică, Vice- Dean of the Faculty of Theoretical and Applied Economics at Bucharest University of Economic Studies

Lecturer PhD. Liviu Moraru, Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Theoretical and Applied Economics at Bucharest University of Economic Studies.

Further information will be available on Faculty of Theoretical and Applied Economics’ website: http://www.economie.ase.ro/.

 If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to e-mail us at:  simpozioneconomie@economie.ase.ro

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