1. The new deadline is 17th November 2015!
2. The most valuable 100 papers will be enclosed in the Proceedings of the International Conference ESPERA 2015 and will be published in a prestigious international publication (Peter Lang Publishing House).
The template for ESPERA 2015 papers can be downloaded from HERE.
3. The Conference Program can be downloaded from HERE.
Faculty of Economics and Business Administration,
„St. Kliment Ohridski“ University, Sofia, Bulgaria
Institute of Agricultural Economics, Belgrade, Serbia
Message of Her Excellence Erna Hennicot - Schoepges
Ministre Honoraire de la Culture, Luxembourg
Ministre Honoraire du Parlament Europeen
Message of Mr. Jaime Gil Aluja,
Presidente Real Academia de Ciencias Economicas y Financieras de Espana
Message of Acad. Mugur Isarescu
President, Department of Economic, Juridical Sciences and Sociology, Romanian Academy
Governor of National Bank of Romania
Message of Mr. Tudor Prisecaru
President, National Authority for Scientific Research and Innovation
Message of Mr. Radu Boroianu
President, Romanian Culture Institute
Message of Prof. univ. dr. habilitat,
Acad. Grigore Belostecinic
Rector Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova,
Member of Academy of Sciences of Moldova
The aim of the international conference ESPERA 2015 is to present and evaluate the economic scientific research portfolio, to argue and substantiate Romanian development strategies – including European and global best practices.
The plenary session and the parallel sections are centred on prioritary research directions in the field of economic and social sciences of the 'Romanian Academy Research Strategy 2014-2020', respectively: Romania's sustainable economic and social development - models, scenarios, evaluations; natural resources patrimony - costs and benefits of its valorisation; knowledge, innovation, smart development and human capital; economy dynamics and structural changes for a competitive growth; European integration and globalisation - new challenges; economic instability and stabilisation policies; development and improvement of economic and social forecasting tools; economic and social local development in Romania; assessment of economic, social and political experiences and thoughts; contributions to the New Encyclopaedia of Romania; quality of life and social policies evaluations; demographic facts and figures.