June, 30 (extended)
July, 15 (extended)
The main aim of the conference is to share knowledge and expertise in the wide areas of New Economy functioning in the context of COVID-19 pandemic and its consequences. The fifth edition of ICOFEP will be divided into three major tracks: economics, finance and management.Conference main topics include, but are not limited to:
University of Leeds, UK
With extensive, research teaching and project management experience in UK EU relations Charlie Dannreuther works at the interface between UK and EU politics with a special focus on SME policy in its various forms. To that end he has given evidence on SME policy to the UK's Cabinet Office and BIS and the EU's Economic and Social Committee and offered training to a wide range of international and national government organisations across Europe since 1999. These have included leading award-winning projects for the FCO in Turkey and Bosnia and an EU wide research programme on the financial crisis its causes and consequences. Since the referendum Charlie Dannreuther continues to focus on supporting students offer evidence to the House of Lords EU Select Committee. He is also running a series of workshops and events for academics and the general public on the implications of BREXIT to the UK and the EU. These activities are supported by international networks including as a General Secretary of the European Association of Evolutionary Political Economy.
Daniel J. Galvin
Northwestern University, USA
Daniel J. Galvin (Ph.D., Yale University) is an Associate Professor of Political Science and a Faculty Fellow at the Institute for Policy Research at Northwestern University. He is also a nonresident Fellow at the Center for Innovation in Worker Organization at Rutgers University School of Management and Labor Relations. Galvin’s research focuses on American politics and falls roughly into two general areas. One includes the presidency, political parties, and American political development. The other includes labor politics and public policy, workers’ rights, and the enforcement of labor standards. Galvin’s research has been supported by the Russell Sage Foundation, the Economic Policy Institute, the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, the National Science Foundation, the AT&T Research Fellowship, the Miller Center for Public Affairs, the LBJ Foundation, and the Dwight D. Eisenhower Foundation. Daniel Galvin is currently chair of the Politics, Institutions, and Public Policy program at the Institute of Policy Research and field chair of the American Politics subfield in the Department of Political Science. He is affiliated with the Comparative-Historical Social Science program and the Center for the Study of Diversity and Democracy at Northwestern.
Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania
Bogdan NEGREA is Professor of Financial Engineering, Financial Derivatives and Market Microstructure at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne) with the highest mention “Very Honorable, with Committee Praise”, awarded by an international examining board composed of professors from French and Swiss universities. He has published in prestigious scientific journals, such as Quantitative Finance, Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and Its Applications, Finance Research Letters, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance or Revue d’Economie Financière, and in working paper series of prestigious universities, such as University Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne) and London School of Economics. The many citations received in major scientific journals and books stands as a proof of his valuable research work in Finance. He is Editor-in-Chief of The Review of Finance and Banking.
INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC BOARD
Prof. Elżbieta Gołata
Head of the Board,
Poznań University of Economics and Business,
PROF. EMILIA CAMPEANU
Bucharest University of Economic Studies,
Prof. Nathalie Lazaric
Université Côte d’Azur, CNRS,
PROF. SETH GIDDINGS
University of Southampton,
PROF. JESUS FERREIRO
University of the Basque Country,
PROF. ANDREEA STOIAN
The Bucharest University of Economic Studies,
PROF. MARCO ROBERTO
University of Genoa,
DR. CHRISTIAN OBERTS
German Economic Institute (IW) & International Network for Economic Research (INFER),
DR. DIMITRIOS PAPARAS
Harper Adams University,
DR. BEN VERMEULEN
University of Hohenhein,
DR HAB. KAMILLA MARCHEWKA-BARTKOWIAK, PROF. UEP
Head of the Committee,
Director of the Institute of Finance
GUIDELINES FOR CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS
Abstract submission – June 30, 2021 (extended)
Abstract acceptance – July 15, 2021 (extended)
Full papers submission – September 10, 2021
Registration – October 1-15, 2021
Conference – October 21-22, 2021
Please submit your abstract and paper to: firstname.lastname@example.org
(publication guidelines can be found on Conference website)
Selected papers will be considered for publication in:
- the monograph published by Routledge
- “Review of Evolutionary Political Economy”
- “Economics and Business Review”
Authors are invited to submit extended abstracts (in English) in doc/docx files no later than October 15, 2020 via e-mail email@example.com. Please note that the extended abstracts should be consistent with the required format. A notification of acceptance will be sent till November 10, 2020.
Notification of acceptance
A notification of acceptance will be sent within one week after submission.
Registration should be online, no later than November 16, 2020 At least one of the authors of each paper must have a full registration for attending the conference. One person can register only once. Please do not register before the notification of acceptance from the organizers! (registrations cancelled as a result of an abstract not being accepted will be refunded 50% of the registrations fees less an administration fee of 20€). Please choose one of the options in the registration forms: "presentation only" or "full paper".
Submission paper is optional only for publication. The deadline for paper submission is October 15, 2020. Nevertheless, at least extended abstract should be submitted to be included in conference materials.
The potential publication in the monograph will concern only those who send full papers. Selected papers will be considered for publication in the monograph published by Springer or Palgrave Macmillan. All abstracts will be published in Conference Proceedings.
Presenters as well as attending co-authors will receive a certificate of participation during ICOFEP. It will be obligatory to send a conference presentation.
Special accommodation offers for ICOFEP participants:
Święty Marcin 67 | 61-806 Poznań | Poland
The hotel proposes special prices for ICOFEP conference participants - price discount (10% lower than the current price) is offered for booking till 31 March 2020.
Rooms will be offered as long as they are available.
IBB Andersia Hotel****
Plac Andersa 3 | 61-894 Poznań | Poland
For guests staying during 6-9 May 2020 the hotel proposes special prices for ICOFEP conference participants - 380 PLN per night for single Comfort 1 room with breakfast or 450 PLN per night for double room with breakfast.
Rooms will be offered as long as they are available.
Other hotels in the neighborhood of the conference venue:
Hotel Mercure Poznań Centrum****
Ul. Roosevelta 20 | 60-829 Poznań | Poland
Aleje Karola Marcinkowskiego 22 | 61-827 Poznań
ul. Św. Marcin 71 | 61-808 Poznań | Poland
How to get to Poznań
By plane: Poznan Lawica Airport is located 7 km west from the city centre. There are direct, daily flights to Poznan from Frankfurt, Munich or Copenhagen.
By train: by direct train from Berlin HBF or Warsaw Central station – both 2,5h travel.
From Main Train Station: 10-minute walk
Check on Google Maps
Transport to and from the airport
Right in front of T3 terminal (arrival hall) you may find a 24/7 taxi stand.
By public transport
Poznan Airport is well-connected with the city center by public transport. There are bus stops right in front of the passenger terminal and in its close vicinity. Currently four bus lines run between the airport and city center, one of which – L – is an express line connecting the airport with the main train station.
|PLN payments||EUR payments|
|Beneficjent: Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Poznaniu,
al. Niepodległości 10, 61-875 Poznań
|Beneficiary: Poznan University of Economics and Bussines,
al. Niepodleglosci 10, 61-875 Poznan
|Bank: Santander Bank Polska||Bank: Santander Bank Polska|
|Nr rachunku: 54 1090 1359 0000 0000 3501 8918||IBAN: 02 1090 1359 0000 0001 0062 7162
SWIFT: WBK PPL PP
|Tytuł przelewu: ICOFEP2021, imię i nazwisko Uczestnika||Message line: ICOFEP2021, first and last name of conference participant and affiliation|