EBR Annual Conference
EBR Annual Conference & SEB LU Doctoral Conference 2022
December 2, 2022
School of Economics and Business, University of Ljubljana (SEB LU), is proud to host the 11th International Economic and Business Review (EBR) Annual Conference & SEB LU Doctoral Conference 2022.
Time: December 2, 2022
Venue: live and virtual (Ljubljana, School of Economics and Business and a virtual format via Zoom) (tbc).
Fee: There is no conference fee, participation in the conference is free of charge.
For the past few decades, the EBR Journal has published high-quality theoretical, empirical, applied or policy-oriented research papers from various fields of economics and business. We aim to continue promoting high-quality research in the areas covered by the journal, as well as to offer annual conferences that serve as a regional forum for academic discussion of research findings. The last two decades have been marked by significant changes in the economic, social and political environment, which have and will continue to alter the “beaten paths” and challenge organisations and individuals to find new solutions to ever-emerging challenges on the way towards a sustainable future. Following the 2008 crisis, the global economy again gained growth momentum, albeit amidst the increasing tensions in global trade and international relations. The growth was spurred by the introduction of a series of new technologies, which mark the 4th industrial revolution, as well as growing optimism following the crisis. However, COVID-19 and the related disruptions revealed the fragilities in numerous aspects of our economic as well as other realities and led to a sharp downturn in the economic activity, while shaking up a number of other social systems as well. The war in Ukraine is just the last of several violent attempts to resolve conflicts. The extent of the human tragedy, as well as the global effects of war, will have a profound effect on the global economy and consumers. And amidst these turbulent changes, the European economies are searching for answers on how to ensure a high level of well-being for its ageing citizens by growing smart and growing green while facing the many challenges in the global economy. We cordially invite academics, researchers as well as postgraduate students, irrespective of their institutional or geographical affiliation, to submit theoretical, empirical, applied, or policy-oriented research papers addressing the challenges of societies, corporations, and individuals related to the key conference topics, as well as other relevant economic and business topics.
Conference format. The conference will be held over one day and will be divided into parallel sessions by subject area. Each session will consist of at least 3 papers, with the presentation, the discussant’s remarks, and an open discussion.
Deadline for structured abstract submission: November 6, 2022
Authors are invited to submit an extended structured abstract of up to 300 words. Authors are expected to structure their abstracts according to the fields: HIGHLIGHT(S), BACKGROUND, METHOD(S), RESULT(S), and CONCLUSION(S) in maximum of 300 words.
Please submit your abstract to the EBR Conference via https://forms.gle/9peVV3evBFzPg8zh7
The authors of the abstracts will be notified of the selection by November 20, 2022. Full paper submission will not be required.
Publication possibilities. Authors who wish to publish their paper may submit their paper to the EBR journal. All papers will be subject to standard double-blind peer review. Full papers are expected to be 6-8,000 words (excluding references). Author guidelines can be found at https://www.ebrjournal.net/home/author_guidelines.html.
Academic committee Barbara Čater, Matej Černe, Miro Gradišar, Mateja Kos Koklič, Igor Lončarski, Mojca Marc, Darja Peljhan, Tjaša Redek, Miroslav Verbič, Katja Zajc Kejžar (all University of Ljubljana, School of Economics and Business, Slovenia); Guido Bortoluzzi, University of Trieste, DEAMS Department, Italy; Marina Dabić, Nottingham Trent University, UK & University of Zagreb, Croatia; Roman Stöllinger, The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, Austria; Maja Vehovec, University of Rijeka, Croatia.