18th International Joint Conference: Central and Eastern Europe in the Changing Business Environment

Program 2015

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May 28, 2015

  • 18:00 – Welcome drink in Academic Club at the University of Economics, Prague (see the map and details below)

Plenary session (video-conference Prague-Bratislava), May 29, 2015
Room: 169 NB

  • 8:30 – Registration
  • 9:00 – Conference opening, introduction by prof. Hana Machková, president of the University of Economics, Prague, and prof. Ferdinand Daňo, president of the University of Economics in Bratislava
  • 9:15 – 12:00 – Keynote speeches
  • 9:15 – 9:45
    Petr Koblic (CEO of the Prague Stock Exchange): CEE’s National Capital Markets – Will They Ever Become Regional?

    9:45 – 10:15
    Peter Dovhun (Managing Director & COO at Gratex International): Our Story from Australia. How a Slovak Company Can Succeed Internationally.

    10:15 – 10:45
    Coffee break

    10:45 – 11:15
    Jiri Lhotak (CFO, European Shopping Center Fund, CBRE Global Investors): Commercial Real Estate as an Asset Class.

    11:15 – 11:45
    Olga Algayerova (Ambassador, Permanent Representative of the Slovak Republic to the International Organizations in Vienna): CEE – Strategy for growth: Effective Use of International Organizations.

  • 11:45 – 12:00
    Summary of the joint part with Bratislava
  • 12:00 – 13:00
    Lunch

Sections in Prague 13:00 – 17:00, May 29, 2015

(Maximum duration of each presentation is 15 min.)

International Finance (room 203 RB)

  1. Filip Iorgulescu (Bucharest University of Economic Studies/ Romania): Insights into the Development of the Recent Financial Crisis – A Tale of Contagion and Market Interdependence.
  2. Ioana Andrada Gavril (Bucharest University of Economic Studies/ Romania): Sustainable Development and the Financial System: a Quantitative Analysis on ECE Countries.
  3. Iustina Alina Boitan (Bucharest University of Economic Studies/ Romania): Socially Responsible Banks’ Efficiency – Evidence from EU Countries.
  4. Section wrap-up.

International Marketing and Management (room 204 RB)

  1. Jozsef Poor (Szent Istvan University/ Hungary), Agnes Slavic (University of Novi Sad/ Serbia), Nemanja Berber (University of Novi Sad/ Serbia): The Effect of HRM Competences on Organizational Success in the Local Subsidiaries of MNCs in CEE Countries.
  2. Yuksel Koksal, Selin Penez (Mehmet Akif Ersoy University/ Turkey): A Comparative Investigation of Franchisee and Non-Franchisee Entrepreneurs’ Views on Franchising System in Turkey.
  3. Marketa Lhotakova, Kveta Olsanova (Univeristy of Economics, Prague): Regulation of the Food Advertising Targeted to Children. Top-lines Results of the Study of the Czech Households’ Awareness of Food Advertising Self-regulation and the Czech Code of Advertising.
  4. Mustafa Demirel (Mehmet Akif Ersoy University Burdur/ Turkey): An Investigation of Social Media and Internet Usage Habits of College Students in Turkey.
  5. Section wrap-up.

International Business (room 205 RB)

  1. Magdalena Myszkowska (Wroclaw University of Economics/ Poland): The Competitiveness Landscape in Central and Eastern Europe.
  2. Aziz Tuncer (Sakarya University/ Turkey), Haluk Hagur (Sakarya Bar Association/ Turkey): Changing Regional Policies in Poland: The Endeavour to Create Regional Sustainable Development.
  3. Jozsef Poor (Szent István University/ Hungary, J. Selye University/ Slovakia), Ildiko Kovacs (Szent Istvan University/ Hungary), Imrich Antalik (J. Selye University/ Slovakia) et al.: Employment and Atypical Employment in Slovakia and Hungary in 2013 and 2014 – Empirical Research.
  4. Section wrap-up.

International Trade (room 207 RB)

  1. Jan Kopecky, Stanislav Richter (University of Economics, Prague): Innovation as a Part of the Competitiveness of the National Economy.
  2. Pavel Balihar (Licensing Office of Ministry of Industry and Trade, Czech Republic), David Müller (University of Economics, Prague): Global Arms Trade and Its Regulation.
  3. Kamila Trojanova (University of Economics, Prague): Intellectual Property Rights in International Investment Agreements.
  4. Joanna Chojnacka, Martyna Ksiazek (Warsaw School of Economics/ Poland): Political, Cultural and Economic Relations between China and Czech Republic.
  5. Section wrap-up.


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