Mini Track on Global world after crisis: towards a new economic model

THE 4th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
ON ECONOMICS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

Resilience and economic intelligence through digitalization and big data analytics

10-11 June 2021, Bucharest, Romania

Mini Track Chairs

  • Carmen-Elena Dorobat, Manchester Metropolitan University Business School, United Kingdom

  • Radu MUȘETESCU, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania

  • Cristian PĂUN, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania

COVID crisis changed significantly the global world today. Starting as a medical crisis generated by a very dangerous virus, this medical crisis became suddenly pandemic and affected all countries of the world. The response of the governments to this medical problem was almost the same: closing the major economic activities for a while and imposing isolation at home for the majority of the population. The economic effects were inherent and pushed the global economy into a potentially severe economic crisis. The recession time is very closed if this economic crisis is not properly managed in the next period.

The panel is focused on the change in the global economies following the COVID medical crisis. We recommend proposing papers covering the following topics (but the panel is not limited to them):

  • The solutions proposed for economic crisis;

  • The global economic contagion effect;

  • The impact on the living conditions;

  • The geopolitical aspects;

  • The solutions for the government;

  • The changes in the global financial markets;

  • The long term effect of this medical crisis;

  • The impact of the crisis on the free trade and international investments.

Carmen-Elena Dorobat

is a PhD economist, and currently Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer) in Strategic Management at Manchester Metropolitan University Business School in the UK. Research interests include strategic management and entrepreneurship, the history of economic thought, and monetary and trade theory and policy. She is also a Fellow of the Ludwig von Mises Institute, USA, a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK, and a Certified Management and Business Educator by the Chartered Association of Business Schools.

Radu Mușetescu

is an economist specialized in International Business with postgraduate studies in Geopolitics and Geoeconomics. Member of the Department of International Business and Economics in the Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest. Visiting professor at the University of Szczecin in Poland (2014) and National Intelligence Academy in Bucharest (2016, 2017). Interested in the economic dimension of the national security as well as business-government relations in international politics.

Cristian Paun

is a full professor of International Finance and International Risk Management to the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. His academic works are focused on the topic of risk management, international crisis contagion effect, banking and monetary policy issues. He was involved in various research projects covering different scientific areas such a s risk management, international crisis contagion effect, the risk aversion of individual investors, rating systems, the effectiveness of European Funds, financing of innovative SMEs’. He worked as financial consultant for few important Romanian consultancy companies for developing financial models in various business plans for complex investment projects in the construction, pharma, textiles etc. sectors. He is the Executive Director of the Romanian Society for Economics since 2009 and the vice-dean of the Faculty of International Business and Economics since 2016 (responsible for research activities). Today he is the President of the Romanian Fund for Guarantees and Loans for SMEs since January 2020.