World Economy 2019
Learning from the Past and Designing the Future
The Collegium of World Economy at the SGH Warsaw School of Economics (Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie) has a pleasure to announce the International Conference World Economy 2019: Learning from the Past and Designing the Future (WE2019) that will be held on May 9-10, 2019 in Warsaw, Poland.
The scientific conference will be organized on to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Collegium of World Economy together with the 70th birthdays of five distinguished Professors, who are Collegium’s faculty members.
The event, honored by the participation of both, domestic and international researchers, will provide an excellent opportunity to reflect on the development of international economics and business throughout the decades, paving the way for collaborative shaping of the future.
The World Economy 2019 conference will be aimed at:
- discussing and analyzing contemporary theoretical and empirical issues in economics and international business;
- disseminating of research results and sharing insights with fellow professionals about challenges, dilemmas and advances related to the development of world economy;
- creating an open and an inspiring forum for knowledge and experience exchange among academics, business leaders, entrepreneurs, policymakers and practitioners.
A highly interactive program of the conferences will include:
- plenary sessions with high-level keynote speakers
- thematic tracks
- anniversary celebrations
- junior researchers’ labs
- PhD students workshop
- several interactive side events.
- New phenomena in the global economy (including shifts in economic centers, globalization, global value chains, international migration, trade agreements, sharing economy, development of information technologies, international expansion of enterprises, use of the Internet).
- Integration and disintegration processes in the global economy (including structural changes in the EU, Poland in the European Union, Asian integration).
- Smart, balanced and inclusive socio-economic development in the context of globalizing markets (digitization, ICT, inclusiveness, energy, environment, 4th industrial revolution).
- Determinants of international competitiveness of economies, regions, branches, industries and enterprises (such as institutions, human capital, finance, innovation, foreign trade, FDI, technology transfer, internationalization of enterprises, competitiveness of locations, new business models, cultural consumers behavior in the global market, etc.).
- Sciences for socio-economic policy (e.g., new industrial policy, innovation policy, financial policy, international economic policy, economic policy of the European Union and the euro area countries).