THE 6th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
ON ECONOMICS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
Geopolitical perspectives and technological challenges for sustainable growth in the 21st century
15-16 June 2023, Bucharest, Romania
Mini Track Chairs
Dragoṣ HURU, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania
Angela Sutan, Burgundy School of Business, Université Bourgogne Franche Comté, Franța
The paradigmatic evolution of the current period of time shows that science, in general and economics in particular, allows us to build higher and higher ladders to reach the fruits that hang higher and higher. Economic theory tries to explain in this context the recent differences between countries in terms of technological skills, economic convergence in the global model that simply does not exist but is based on the assimilation of theoretical knowledge and technologies from what we can define as foreign countries. The absorption of international technologies, the integration of economies in international production chains become very important in explaining the differences in the growth potential of national economies and both lead to the increase in the possibilities of divergence within the world economies. Humans have limited capacity in the face of technology in many ways and at the same time technological progress is similarly dependent on technological progress and at the same time determines it. Scientific advances and technological changes are important factors of the recent economic performance, which determines a new arrangement of international relations at the geopolitical level. The interest in studying the economy as the functioning of economic systems and as epistemic implications in the theoretical system represents our proposal for debate and research within this module of the scientific conference.
is a Associate Professor in Economics, Director of the Department of Economics and Economic Policy, Director of the Research Center for Economic Analysis and Policy at the Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest. In 2003 he obtained his doctorate, with the theme “Investments as a factor in economic development (the case of Romania)”. He has taken and continues to take courses in: Microeconomics; Macroeconomics; Intermediate Microeconomics; Applied Microeconomics; Applied Intermediate Microeconomics; Firm Theory; European Economic Integration;; Transnational Firms; Economic effects of European enlargement; European Microeconomics; Competition in the European economy; Economic strategies and game theory; Economic strategies in reticular systems of economy; Entrepreneurial initiative; Ethics and social responsibility in the EU; During his professional activity he has been a member of over 25 research projects and is the author / co-author of numerous publications. The area of interest in research is outlined in the study of the functioning of the market economy, of the strategies and impact of the different microeconomic components at the macroeconomic level, and in the impact that economic policies have on the economy and society in Experimental Economics.
Professor in Behavioral Economics; Head of LESSAC (Laboratory for Experimentation in Social Sciences and Behavioral Analysis); Decisions and Behavior Research Axis Coordinator ; Co-Director of the MSc Data; Science and Organizational Behavior CEREN (EA 7477); Burgundy School of Business, Université Bourgogne Franche Comté