Mini Track on New challenges for a sustainable financial ecosystem


Geopolitical perspectives and technological challenges for sustainable growth in the 21st century

15-16 June 2023, Bucharest, Romania

Mini Track Chairs

  • Aneta Bobenič Hintošová, University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia
  • Emilia Câmpeanu, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania

Under the auspices of the sustainable development goals, the current challenges faced by governments and economic agents require greater attention to financial stability and sustainable finances. Therefore, relying on data and scientific research results, we can better see the world today through the eyes of the future. Worldwide actions ‘are not good today, if yesterday did not think of tomorrow.’ Innovations and new forms of crisis manifestation impose the need to adapt while provinding services and products capable of fulfiling the society requirements while maintaining high performance and low risks. It will lead to thinking out of the box especially in the finance domain with strong competition performances driven.

 “Omul îşi uită nevoile lui vechi pentru a simţi lipsuri noi”/ “People forget their old needs to feel new shortcomings.”

(Grigore Moisil)

The functions, priorities, challenges, and capabilities of finance are driven by assessing financial stability and sustainable finance. These impose considering traditional financial aspects and adapting to new context with forward-looking approaches. Continuous improvement and innovation in a competitive environment are the remedy of a balanced attention to critical areas of business and governments measures with a more oriented focus to human perspective, environmental, social and governance issues. The broad changes induced by technologies and digitization require new approaches to finance, whether we refer to individuals, organizations, and governments. Therefore, the academic community and scientific research can make genuine contributions to financial stability and sustainable finance.

The main topics covered by the call for papers are focused on sustainable finance with connection in the following area:

  • Risks and financial services
  • Banking
  • Capital markets
  • Asset management
  • Insurance
  • Corporate finance
  • Sustainable well-being
  • Fiscal sustainability
  • Public policies
  • Taxation

Emilia Campeanu

studied Faculty of Finance and Banking at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies and is Professor with expertise on public finance, fiscal policy, government budgets and public debt. Also, she is vice-dean of the Faculty of Finance and Banking with responsibilities for scientific research, development and innovation. Also, she has experience as principal investigator and member of research project (national and international) and a vast publishing activity materialized through books and published works.

Aneta Bobenič Hintošová

is an associate professor in the field of business economics and management and currently works at the University of Economics in Bratislava, Faculty of Business Economy with seat in Košice, Slovakia. She holds master degrees in business economics and management, as well as in law and PhD. in sectoral and intersectoral economics. Her pedagogical and research activities are mainly focused on international business, strategic management, payment systems and related aspects. During her academic career, she held the position of vice-dean for international affairs, as well as vice-dean for science and doctoral studies. She has completed many lecture stays abroad, at several European universities and in Japan, as well as a research stay in the U.S. under the Fulbright Scholarship Program. She regularly publishes the results of her research in renowned domestic and especially international journals as well as presents them at international conferences. Her practical experiences lie mainly in performing consulting activities, especially for foreign companies allocating their investments in Slovakia.