In the years of the Great Moderation, competitiveness was in the focal point of economic discussion. Since the 2008 global crisis the idea of resilience has come to the fore. During the Covid-19 pandemic, the disrupted global value chains exhibited the importance of resilience and adaptability, and the priority of security often overwrote the aspects of profit maximization or competitiveness. The war in Ukraine and the unfolding East-West decoupling have taken us even further from the economic concept of globalization. In addition, the energy crisis caused by the war only makes it more difficult to cope with the climate change challenge and to achieve sustainable development.
We invite papers on the following topics that address the changing global economic landscape, primarily but not exclusively from the perspective of the European integration and economy:
- European and national policy responses,
- green and digital transition,
- energy transition,
- changing global value chains,
- new financial and business models,
- geoeconomic and geopolitical relationships in transition.
Papers based on the approach of either economics, political economy or business studies are welcome.
Papers as well as panel proposals can be submitted.
The Conference provides a dedicated session for PhD students.
Selected papers will be published after a peer review process in an online proceeding with an ISBN number.Events