“Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu, Romania
– Faculty of Economic Sciences –
organizes on October 26th, 2022
29th International Economic Conference – IECS 2022 – Student Section,
Real life challenges us to accept, to find or to create a new equilibrium in personal and professional environment like two thriving systems that interact permanently with the economy. This new universe is in demand for a new economy, more dynamic, complex and sometimes very hard to define and follow. In this context we need to test economic concepts within the new economic equilibriums to acquire properly economic decisions.
The Faculty of Economic Sciences within Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu is organizing the International Economic Conference of Sibiu (IECS 2022) and is devoting a Student Section that will constitute a platform to encourage debates and exchanges of ideas on recent economic concerns in an extremely uncertain world.
We are pleased to invite Romanian and International students, both undergraduate and postgraduate level, to present their ideas and develop specific research academic skills.
IECS Students event will take place on
October 26th 2022, ONLINE
No participation fee.
Students can participate with a paper written and presented in English and must comply with the provided guidelines (click here to find guidelines). The papers
need to be sent to the following address: email@example.com, until October 10th 2022.
All accepted papers will be published in the journal Revista Studenților Economiști Sibieni (The Journal of Economics Students) with ISSN 1584-4366, http://economice.ulbsibiu.ro/revista.studentilor. Participants will get the program and a certificate of participation.
Papers can cover, but are not limited to one of the following topics:
- Digital Economy and FinTech
- Business Administration
- Management for Future
- Marketing in Business
- Sustainable Economics
- Tourism Adaptability
- Finance and Accounting for Public and Private Organizations
- Banking and Shadow-Banking in Different Societies
- Business Informatics for Current Economic Environment