Minitrack on Technological challenges for sustainable development of public and private organizations in the 21 st century
- Mini Track on Economy and Economics under the influence of the new scientific and technological revolution
- Mini Track on Service Learning, Civic Engagement and Sustainable Education
- Mini Track on Applied Economics and Statistics & Data Science
- Mini Track on New challenges for a sustainable financial ecosystem
- Mini Track on Digital Leadership and Resilient Entrepreneurship in the Metaverse Era
- Mini Track on Transforming the Future of Labor: mapping the route to a digitally transformed workforce
- Mini Track on Resilient Agri-food and Environmental Systems for Sustainable Development and Agile Entrepreneurship
- Mini track on Geopolitical current changes and perspectives in sustainable business and tourism
- Mini Track on New geopolitical perspectives and technological challenges for sustainable marketing
- Minitrack on Technological challenges for sustainable development of public and private organizations in the 21 st century
- Minitrack on Accounting for sustainable development
- Mini Track on Global world under crisis: towards a new economic model
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
Cezar – Petre Simion, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania
Oana Matilda Sabie, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania
Katarina Valaskova, University of Zilina, Slovakia
The objective of the minitrack entitled Technological challenges for sustainable development of public and private organizations in the 21st century is to bring together academicians with the representatives of the public and private organizations from different domains, such as: human resource management, public services, business environment, management of private organization, public management, development of public strategies and public policies, project management, etc. The minitrack will allow both presentation of new research from the participants and also the discussions about the new challenges faced by the actors involved in the transformation of the two sectors in the 21st century sustainable growth context. The main topics of the workshop will revolve around:
- Enhancing the capacity for innovation in Governance and Public Management;
- Technological challenges for public organizations sustainable growth;
- Innovation in Management of Private Organizations;
New ways of collaborating and communicating between different stakeholders after COVID-19 (secure future communication systems and networks for public and private organizations; platforms for market support to SMEs, etc).
The minitrack welcomes papers and research in the previously 4 mentioned large topics but is also open for researchers and practitioners bringing research papers or use cases in other related topics falling under the broader context of Technological challenges for sustainable development of public and private organizations in the 21st century.
Cezar – Petre Simion
has a PhD in economics since 2008 in the specialty of management. He has been working for 15 years at the Faculty of Management within the Bucharest University of Economic Studies in the Management Department. During his teaching activity he has published as an author or co-author 6 specialized books, 31 articles in journals indexed in international databases and 20 articles in the volumes of international conferences. He has been involved throughout his career in over 50 scientific research projects. In parallel with his teaching activity, he worked for 10 years as a scientific researcher at INCD URBAN – INCERC, the period in which he was for 4 years the head of the Construction Economics department. Also in parallel with the teaching activity, he was involved in the management teams within the University of Economic Studies as director of the Research and Innovation Management Department and vice-dean of the Faculty of Management
Oana Matilda Sabie
studied Public Administration within Faculty of Management at Bucharest University of Economic Studies and got a PhD degree in 2008 in economics, specialty of management within Bucharest University of Economic Studies (BUES). Before joining BUES she collaborated with the Romanian Government, Ministry for Public Information, within Department of Communication and Public Image. Now she is a university lecturer and vice-dean of the Faculty of Administration and Public Management (FAMP), Department of Administration and Public Management. Her research interests cover Management of Public Services and Organizational Behaviour. During her teaching activity she has published as an author or co-author 7 specialized books, 14 articles in journals indexed in international databases and 34 articles in the volumes of international conferences. She has been involved throughout her career in over 23 research projects.
Assoc. prof. Dr. Katarina Valaskova teaches financial economics and risk management at the University of Zilina, Slovakia. She has long been devoted to the trilogy of fundamental financial management issues: i) prediction of the financial health of companies, ii) earnings management, and iii) quantification and diversification of risks. She has published 94 original scientific papers registered in international databases Web of Science and Scopus. 13 publications are included in the first two quartiles, several of them were published by renowned publishers such as Taylor & Francis, Springer or Elsevier. Significant scientific-research and publishing activities, documented by exact and relevant scientometric values in the research field, are confirmed not only by citations to her publications, but also by wide international cooperation or several requested lectures at international scientific conferences organized by Bucharest University of Economic Studies (Romania), South-West University Neofit Rilski (Bulgaria), WSB University (Poland), Institute of Technology and Business (Czech Republic), and OTH Regensburg (Germany). In addition to publishing and scientific research, she has been engaged in review and editorial activities, as evidenced on Publons and membership in the editorial boards of several journals registered in the SCOPUS or Web of Science databases.