Collegium of World Economy
SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Poland
The World Economy Research Institute’s 13th Annual Conference
International Competitiveness and Urbanization
Warsaw, June 15, 2018 (Friday)
The World Economy Research Institute (WERI) at the SGH Warsaw School of Economics (Poland) is pleased to announce its 13th Annual Conference on Innovation and Competitiveness.
In the era of globalization and fast technological progress, the importance of urbanization has been growing, with the cities being the centers and drivers of socio-economic development, and representing the focal points of modern life-style. Therefore, the following question arises: How may cities contribute to a competitive advantage in contemporary world economy? The World Economy Research Institute’s 13th Annual Conference on competitiveness will seek to answer this question.
AIMS OF THE CONFERENCE:
- to analyze theoretical and practical aspects of international competitiveness and urbanization, including the concepts of metropolitan innovation systems, smart city, internationalization, and cultural diversity,
- to present the results of the research on the competitive position of selected economies, taking into account their urbanization patterns,
- to discuss development trends of the biggest cities in Poland and in the world,
- to discuss the implications of research findings for urban policy.
Authors are invited to submit abstracts electronically (up to 250 words in MS Word or PDF format) to: email@example.com.
Submissions should contain: the title, name(s) of the author(s), affiliation(s), address(es), telephone number(s) and e-mail address(es).
Papers accepted in the review process will be published in a conference proceedings book, which will be proposed for the Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI), a Web of Science™ Core Collection database or as articles in International Journal of Management and Economics
The deadline for abstract submissions is April 30, 2018.
Notifications on acceptance will be sent to the authors by May 10, 2018.
Participants presenting a paper during the conference are asked to submit their full papers by June 9, 2018.
The conference is free of charge.
- Prof. Marzenna Anna WERESA, Ph.D., SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Poland
- Prof. Arkadiusz Kowalski, Ph.D., SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Poland
- Prof. Thomas Apolte, CIW Center for Interdisciplinary Economics, University of Münster, Germany
- Prof. Andreas Bielig, Ph.D., SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Poland
- Dr. Christos Cabolis, Chief Economist & Head of Operations, IMD World Competitiveness Center, Lausanne, Switzerland
- Prof. Allen W. Chang, Department of Business Administration, Tamkang University, Taiwan
- Prof. Pablo Collazzo, Lauder Business School, Vienna, Austria
- Prof. Xiang Deng, Sichuan University, Chengdu, China
- Prof. Bogusława Drelich-Skulska, Ph.D., Wroclaw University of Economics, Poland
- Dr. Tan Khee Giap, Visiting Associate Professor & Co-Director, Asia Competitiveness Institute in Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, and Chair at The Singapore National Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation (SINCPEC), Singapore
- Prof. Marian Gorynia, Ph.D., Department of International Competitiveness, Poznań University of Economics and Business, Poland
- Prof. Guenter Heiduk, Ph.D., SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Poland
- Prof. Mariusz-Jan Radło, Ph.D., SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Poland
- Dr. Usha Nair-Reichert, Associate Professor at the School of Economics, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA
- Dr. Jie Shen, Assistant Professor at the School of Social Development and Public Policy, Fudan University, Shanghai, China
- Prof. Krzysztof Wach, Ph.D., Cracow University of Economics, Kraków, Poland
- Prof. Jurgen Wandel, Ph.D., SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Poland
- Dr. Thierry Warin, Associate Professor at the Department of International Business, HEC Montreal, Canada
Julie Miao, Ph.D., is a lecturer in Urban Development at Urban Studies, Glasgow University, and Programme Convenor of Regional and Urban Planning at the Glasgow-Nankai Joint Graduate School. She used to head the Seminar Series for Urban Students and the Scottish Centre for China Research. Before joining Glasgow, she worked as Research Associate in the Department of Geography at St Andrews University after gaining her Ph.D. in Economic Geography and Planning from University College London. Her research has been developed along two broad strands of literatures: first is around innovation and high-tech sectors; the other is housing and housing systems in metropolitan city-regions. The intersection between the two in particular has been explored by Dr Miao from multidisciplinary approaches with several impactful research outcomes. She is the (co) author and (co)editor of the Making 21st Century Knowledge Complexes (Routledge Best Book Reward shortlist 2016); Global Affordable Housing Report; and Knowledge and Practice in Business and Organisations. She was also invited to contribute to a widely circulated volume, China Real Estate Development Blue Book in 2017. Among a number of academic leadership roles outside the university, she is a Fellow in the Young Academy of Scotland, Royal Society of Edinburgh and plays an active role in the Regional Studies Association as its Early Career Representative and Regions e-journal co-editor. She has published around twenty papers in journals such as Urban Studies, Regional Studies, and Housing Studies.
More information about the conference will be made available on the conference website.
CONTACT AND REGISTRATION:
Anna Maria Dzienis, Ph.D.
World Economy Research Institute
SGH Warsaw School of Economics
Al. Niepodległości 162
02-554 Warsaw, Poland