20th International Joint Conference: Central and Eastern Europe in the Changing Business Environment

Program 2019

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Welcome drink, May 23, 2019 (Thursday)

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

Plenary session, May 24, 2019 (Friday)
Room: NB 169

  • 8:30 – 9:00
    Registration
  • 9:00 – 9:15
    Conference opening
  • 9:15 – 9:45
    Tereza Šimečková (Chairwoman of the Board, Nielsen Admosphere, a.s.):
    TV market is changing: Current trends in (not only) TV audience measurement
  • 9:45 – 10:15
    Jiří Mlynář (Energy Sector and Finance Professional, E.ON Czech Republic):
    Energy trends in the Central and Eastern Europe
  • 10:15 – 11:00
    Coffee break
  • 11:00 – 11:45
    Ivan Láska (TREXIMA Bratislava, spol. s r.o.):
    Structural changes on labour market and what the future will be like
  • 11:45 – 12:00
    Summary of the plenary session and discussion
  • 12:00 – 13:00
    Lunch

Sections in Prague 13:00 – 17:00, May 24, 2019 (Friday)

(Maximum duration of each presentation is 15 min.)

International Trade (Room: NB 459, at 13:00)

  1. Zuzana Borovská – Peter Baláž (University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovak Republic): Iran’s International Position and the Influence of the so-called New Silk Road to the Intensity of Its Foreign Trade Relations with EU Member States (SR).
  2. Lia Eliava (Kutaisi University, Georgia): The Impact of Integration into International Trade on the Welfare of the Population of Georgia.
  3. Jan Krejčí (University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic): Trend in Bilateral Trade between China and Visegrad Group during the Belt and Road Initiative Period.
  4. Tatiana Voronina – Ashkhyen Yatsenko Elena Murat  (Southern Federal University, Russian Federation): Current Development Tendencies in High Technology Exports of the EU Countries.
  5. Sergey Yurik – Nikolay Pushkin – Valentina Yurik (Czech University of Life Sciences, Czech Republic and Belarusian State University): Visegrad Group: Analysis of Agricultural Trade in the Russian Market Using Mirror Statistics and Foreign Trade Indices.
  6. Section wrap-up.

International Finance (Room: NB 469, at 13:00)

  1. Jan-Hendrik Meier – Anika Schlütter – Walid Esmatyar (Kiel University of Applied Sciences, Federal Republic of Germany): Sharing the Loot – Shedding Light on the Uneven Distribution of M&A Success.
  2. Keehwan Park – Zhongzheng Fang – Ha Young Ho (Kookmin University, Republic of Korea): The Flight to Quality Effect in Crisis Periods in an Emerging Market: Local Risk versus Global Risk.
  3. Section wrap-up.

International Marketing and Consumer Behavior (Room: NB 469, at 14:00)

  1. Małgorzata Budzanowska-Drzewiecka – Marta Tutko (Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland): Parallels in the Information Search Behaviour among Young Consumers from Poland and Ukraine: A Qualitative Analysis.
  2. Martin Horváth (University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovak Republic): Significant Socio-economic Models and Their Growing Importance in Analyzing the Causes and Consequences of Consumer Behavior in V4 Countries.
  3. Section wrap-up.

International Business and Management (Room: NB 472, at 13:00)

  1. Larisa Korganashvili – Natavan Mammadova (Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia and Baku Business University, Azerbaijan): Impact of Transformational Processes on Human Capital Development: A Case Study of Georgia and Azerbaijan.
  2. Viera Kubičková – Miroslava Čukanová – Dubravka Kovačević (University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovak Republic): Demand for Business Services in the Visegrad Group Countries and Its Factors of Development. Focus on Slovakia.
  3. Anna Skórska (University of Economics in Katowice, Poland): Youth Underemployment or Unemployment? The Global Challenge in the 21st century.
  4. Jaroslav Halík (University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic): Establishing and Financing Joint Ventures Abroad – The Czech Perspective.
  5. Section wrap-up.

Academic Club at the University of Economics, Prague

The Academic Club is situated on the 3rd floor. Please, use the elevator, which is situated directly behind the entrance into the building.

Announcements

[June 10, 2019]
Registration will be open in September 2019

[June 5, 2019]
Past conferences was updated

[May 24, 2019]
Conference Proceedings 2019′ was published

[May 15, 2019]
Conference Program 2019′ was published

[January 31, 2019]
Proceedings 2018′ were indexed in the Web of Science CPCI database!

[January 23, 2019]
Paper submission is prolonged till February 10, 2019

[December 14, 2018]
Registration is prolonged till January 7, 2019

[December 14, 2018]
Proceedings 2015′ were indexed in the Web of Science CPCI database!

[September 10, 2018]
Registration open

[June 2, 2018]
Registration will be open in September 2018

[June 1, 2018]
Past conferences was updated

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in 2017 and 2019)

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