REGIONS, FIRMS AND INSTITUTIONS IN THE WORLD ECONOMY
Venue: Warsaw School of Economics
|Event Date/Time: Oct 08, 2009||End Date/Time: Oct 09, 2009|
|Registration Date: Jun 30, 2009|
|Abstract Submission Date: Jun 30, 2009|
|Paper Submission Date: Jun 30, 2009|
Small open economies like Poland are particularly affected by the globalizing world and its changes. Therefore, on October 8-9, 2009, the Warsaw School of Economics - SGH will host a conference aimed at analyzing regions, firms, and institutions acting in the world economy.
We invite submissions of papers addressing the following topics:
Taking stock of issues of international economic cooperation, addressing in particular
participation in regional economic agreements
cooperation between regional economic agreements
inter-industry cooperation among exporters
linkages between exporters and domestic firms
cooperation among firms, local authorities, research institutes and financial conglomerates (economic clusters and special economic areas).
International cooperation and economic policy
international trade liberalization under WTO
international harmonisation of macroeconomic policies
employment and labour market policies in integrated markets
policies towards multinational enterprises
institutional and political constraints to international cooperation
national and multinational protectionism
Submissions should be entitled CONFERENCE and include a concise abstract, keywords, JEL-classification codes, and full text of the proposed paper. The organizers reserve the right to select papers for presentation at the conference and to organize poster sessions.
The conference will be accompanied by a workshop for Ph.D. students. The workshop will take place on October 8-9, 2009. The workshop will be conducted by Prof. Dr. Claudia Buch (University of TÃ¼bingen, Germany), Prof. ElÅ¼bieta Czarny (Warsaw School of Economics â€“ SGH), Prof. Gabriel Felbermayr (University of Hohenheim, Germany), Prof. Dr. Switgard Feuerstein (University of Heidelberg, Germany), Prof. JÃ³zef Misala (Warsaw School of Economics â€“ SGH). The workshop will provide young researchers, in particular from Poland, with the opportunity to discuss their research agenda (not limited to the issues discussed at the Conference) with international scholars. We thus invite young researchers to submit their research proposals for participation in the workshop. Submissions should be entitled WORKSHOP and should include a concise abstract, keywords, and full text of the research proposal.