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7th - ISC conference – Kyzyl-Kiya

The purpose and scientific sphere of the conference

From the moment of its appearance, the Internet drew attention of people and has become a means of communications that is in the highest demand by the human society. New technological capabilities allow equipping inanimate objects with the Internet. As a rule, it's household appliances which can receive orders from a human via the Internet and perform them due to a pre-programmed algorithm. While the objects with Internet access are rather rare and are treated as technological innovations, they will be very widespread in a few years. Then there will appear an issue on further perspectives of development of Internet technologies .

Imagination helps to think of a conversation between kettle and toaster, which discuss what is to be prepared for the master's breakfast. As of now, communication between inanimate objects is something unimaginable – though, we do not marvel at people who communicate via Bluetooth in a cell phone or talk to the iPad via the “OK Google ” system. Imagination was always a driver of scientific and technical progress, for scholars are dreamers striving to make imagination a reality .

Our conference is to unite people with wide area of thought and developed imagination for joint search for new directions of development of scientific thought in the sphere of information and communication technologies. Would it be possible to create such leading technologies so the Internet would provide communication between inanimate objects without human participation, or are these only unreal fantasy? In case of realization of such possibility, the issue of provision of information security appears, as personal data of owners of Internet-connect ed objects might be threatened .

The answers to these and other related questions are to be found at the conference, which aims at creating the conditions for highly efficient scientific discussion on perspectives of development of Internet-technol ogies and possibilities of using them as a means of communication between inanimate objects without human participation .

The conference's official language: English .

The conference will include the following sections :

    • Theoretical concepts of “Internet everywhere” with emphasis on inanimate objects

    • The future of the Internet : communications without boundaries, including inanimate objects

    • Technologies of intellectualizat ion of inanimate objects : problems and ways of their solution

    • Practical solutions for communications of inanimate objects with the help of the Internet

 

Conference Committee

Organizational committee

•  Chair: Elena G. Popkova Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “World economics and economic theory” of Volgograd State Technical University, President of “Institute of Scientific Communications”.

•  Co-chair: Bruno Sergio Sergi, Professor of International Economics, University of Messina and Associate, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard University .

International program committee

•  Merlan A. Akhmadzhanov – Ph.D., Associate Professor, expert of the Parliament of Kyrgyzstan.

•  Elena E. Golovchanskaya - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair “Innovational management”, Faculty of economics of Belarusian State University.

•  Aydarbek T. Giyazov - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Batken State University (Kyrgyzstan).

•  Dorien de Tombe - Professor of Sichuan University in Chengdu, Founder and Chair of The Dutch research group on Methodology for Complex Societal Problems, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

•  M. Muninarayanappa - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Department “Commerce”, Bangalore University (India).

•  Drahomira Pavelkova - Professor of the Faculty of management and economics of Tomas Bata University (Zlin, the Czech Republic).

•  Nodira K. Zokirova - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Deputy Director for science and innovations, Head of the Chair “Labor economics and management” of the branch of G.V. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

•  Ivan Milenkovic - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor of the Chair “Economics”, University of Novi-Sad, Serbia.

•  Pirmat K. Kupuev - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Corresponding Member of the Academy of Sciences of Kyrgyzstan,.

•  Lubinda Haabazoka – Ph.D., Graduate School of Business, The University of Zambia.

•  Natalia Guilluy-Sulikashvili - Doctor of Economics, Director of the Faculty “International relations”, Catholic University of Lille (France).

•  Chatkal K. Raimbaev - Ph.D. (Economics), Professor, Rector of Kyrgyz-Uzbek University.

•  Natalia V. Cherchenko - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Head of the Chair “Marketing” of State Institute of Management and Social Technologies of Belarusian State University.

•  Erastus M. Mwanaumo, PhD Eng Mgt, MSc, BSc, FCIOB, MDRBF, MRICS, REng, PEIZ, MACEZ, PrCPM, Chartered Construction Manager Assistant Dean (Postgraduate Studies), School of Engineering, The University of Zambia, Lusaka, Zambia.

National program committee

•  Galina E. Ageeva – Ph.D., Associate Professor, Chair “Civil and arbitral proceedings” of Samara State University of Economics.

•  Marina L. Alpidovskaya - Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Professor of the Department of economic theory of Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation.

•  Natalia V. Bannikova - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “Economic theory and agro-industrial economics” of Stavropol State Agrarian University.

•  Tatiana L. Bezrukova - Doctor of Economics, Professor, academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Head of the Chair “Economics and finance”, Dean of the Faculty of Economics of G.F. Morozov Voronezh State University of Forestry and Technologies, Honored worker of education of the RF.

•  Viktoria V. Bolgova - Doctor of Law, Professor, First Pro-Rector for scientific and educational work of Samara State University of Economics.

•  Yulia I. Budovich - octor of Economics , Associate Professor, Professor of the Department “Economic theory” of Financial University with Government of the RF.

•  Natalia G. Vovchenko - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “Finance”, Rostov State University of Economics .

•  Konstantin V. Vodenko – Doctor of Philosophy, Chair “Management of social and economic systems”, M.I. Platov South-Russian State Politechnical University.

•  Nataia V. Vorobyova - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor of the Chair “Entrepreneurship and world economics”, Stavropol State Agrarian University.

•  Irina V. Gashenko - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “Taxes and taxation”, Rostov State University of Economics.

•  Tatiana N. Gogoleva - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Economic theory and world economics”, Voronezh State University.

•  Oleg L. Goykher - Doctor of Economics, Head of the Chair “Economics and strategic management”, A.G. and N.G. Stoletovs Vladimir State University.

•  Alla G. Gryaznova - Doctor of Economics, Professor, President of Financial University with the Government of the RF.

•  Elena V. Endovitskaya - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Head of the Chair “International economics and foreign economic activities”, Voronezh State University.

•  Paevel N. Zakharov - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Director of the Institute of Economics and Management of A.G. and N.G. Stoletovs Vladimir State University.

•  Zhanna A. Zakharova - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor of Vladimir Branch of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.

•  Yulia S. Zima - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor of the Chair “Taxes and taxation” of Rostov State University of Economics.

•  Elena V. Karanina - Doctor of Economics, Head of the Chair “Finance and economic security” of Vyatka State University.

•  Marina A. Katkova - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor of the Chair “Labor economics and production complexes” of Y.A. Gagarin Saratov State Technical University.

•  Oksana V. Kachur - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair “Finance and credit”, Voronezh State University.

•  Olga V. Konina - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “Management, marketing and production organization”, Volgograd State Technical University.

•  Anna Y. Kosobutskaya - Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair “Economics and corporate management”, Voronezh State University.

•  Viktor P. Kuznetsov - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Corporate economics”, Kozma Minin Nizhny Novgorod State Pedagogical University.

•  Konstantin N. Lebedev - Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Professor of the Department “Economic theory”, Financial University with the Government of the RF.

•  Tatiana N. Litvinova - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor of the Chair “Management”, Volgograd State Agrarian University .

•  Innara R. Lyapina - Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Professor of I.S. Turgenev Orel State University.

•  Evgeniya V. Medentseva – Ph.D. (Law), Associate Professor, Head of the Chair “Legal provision of economic activities”, Samara State University of Economics.

•  Vera I. Menshchikova - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair “Economics”, Tambov State Technical University.

•  Svetlana S. Morkovina - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Vice-rector for science and innovations, G . F. Morozov Voronezh State University of Forestry and Technologies.

•  Irina A. Morozova - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “World economics and economic theory”, Volgograd State Technical University.

•  Viktoria N. Ostrovskaya – Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Center of Marketing Initiatives.

•  Valentina N. Parakhina - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Management”, North-Caucasus Federal University.

•  Ulyana A. Pozdnyakova - Ph.D. (Economics), Director of “Institute of Scientific Communications”, Associate Professor of the Chair “World economics and economic theory”, Volgograd State Technical University .

•  Elena V. Popova - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “Theory of management and business technologies”, G.V. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics.

•  Igor E. Risin - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Regional economics and territorial management”, Voronezh State University.

•  Aleksei F. Rogachev - Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Chair “Mathematical modeling and informatics”, Volgograd State Agrarian University .

•  Elena V. Sibirskaya - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “Statistics”, G.V. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics .

•  Galina I. Didunova - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Management and educational economics”, Volgograd State Socio-Pedagogical University.

•  Sergey S. Slepakov - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Professor of the Chair “Economics and corporate management”, North-Caucasus Federal University.

•  Anastasia A. Sozinova - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair “Management and marketing” of Vyatka State University.

•  Pavel L. Sokolov – Doctor of Medicine, Leading scientific officer of the Scientific center of specialized medical help for children.

•  Valeri A. Spesivtsev - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor of the Chair “Management”, Financial University under the President of the RF (Lipetsk branch).

•  Aleksandr M. Starostin – Doctor of political sciences, Professor, Rostov State University of Economics.

•  Olesya A. Stroeva - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Economics and economic security”, Rostov State University of Economics (Orel branch).

•  Elena F. Sysoyeva - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Finance and credit”, Voronezh State University.

•  Svetlana A. Tikhonovskova - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Chair “Management of social and economic systems”, M.I. Platov South-Russian State Politechnical Universit.

•  Vladimir N. Tregubov - Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Chair “Economic security and management of innovations”, Y.A. Gagarin Saratov State Technical University.

•  Yuri I. Treshchevsky - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Economics and corporate management”, Voronezh State University.

•  Gilyan V. Fedotova - Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Associate Professor, Chair “Economics and corporate finance”, Volgograd State Technical University.

 CONTROL DATES

June 28, 2018 – the Conference

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6th - ISC conference – Larnaca (Cyprus)

The purpose and scientific sphere of the conference

The recent global financial crisis resulted in increased critical attention on the global financial system and its apparent instability, along with concerns about its further development in the long-term. A recurrence of the crisis is clearly undesirable and reform is needed. If such corrections are not timely, the next crisis could lead to the downfall of the whole global financial system. However, the choice of the right direction of its development will ensure harmonization of its participants' interests and establishment of the balance in the global financial markets . Thus, the actuality of determining new outlines of the global financial system that make it more sustainable against the crises and reliable grows permanently. This conference is devoted to generalization of the accumulated experience in transformation of financial systems, discussion of perspectives, and development of recommendations for modernizing the modern global financial system in view of new challenges of modern times in the interests of increasing its stability. The conference will allow joining efforts of various experts in the sphere of finance, comparing different point of view on the future of the global financial system, and building various forecasts and scenarios. This will decrease uncertainty and risks for international financial operations and will strengthen international financial flows .

The conference will include the following sections :

•  Financial globalization as a citadel of the modern age
•  The new role of finances in the global economy: from the shadows to the foreground
•  Transition of the financial system from a part of the infrastructure to a new vector of the global economy's development in the 21st century
•  The Crisis of the modern financial system: causes and ways of avoiding a repeat
•  Problems and perspectives on the harmonization of the global financial system
•  Scenarios of development for the global financial system

The best conference papers will be published in IJTGM (International Journal of Trade and Global Markets), IJMEF (International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance), IJEPEE (International Journal of Economic Policy in Emerging Economies) (Inderscience Publishers, Switzerland)

 

Conference Committee

Organizational committee

•  Chair: Elena G. Popkova Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “World economics and economic theory” of Volgograd State Technical University, President of “Institute of Scientific Communications”.

•  Co-chair: Bruno Sergio Sergi, Professor of International Economics, University of Messina and Associate, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard University .

International program committee

•  Merlan A. Akhmadzhanov – Ph.D., Associate Professor, expert of the Parliament of Kyrgyzstan.

•  Elena E. Golovchanskaya - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair “Innovational management”, Faculty of economics of Belarusian State University.

•  Aydarbek T. Giyazov - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Batken State University (Kyrgyzstan).

•  Dorien de Tombe - Professor of Sichuan University in Chengdu, Founder and Chair of The Dutch research group on Methodology for Complex Societal Problems, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

•  M. Muninarayanappa - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Department “Commerce”, Bangalore University (India).

•  Drahomira Pavelkova - Professor of the Faculty of management and economics of Tomas Bata University (Zlin, the Czech Republic).

•  Nodira K. Zokirova - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Deputy Director for science and innovations, Head of the Chair “Labor economics and management” of the branch of G.V. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

•  Ivan Milenkovic - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor of the Chair “Economics”, University of Novi-Sad, Serbia.

•  Pirmat K. Kupuev - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Corresponding Member of the Academy of Sciences of Kyrgyzstan,.

•  Lubinda Haabazoka – Ph.D., Graduate School of Business, The University of Zambia.

•  Natalia Guilluy-Sulikashvili - Doctor of Economics, Director of the Faculty “International relations”, Catholic University of Lille (France).

•  Chatkal K. Raimbaev - Ph.D. (Economics), Professor, Rector of Kyrgyz-Uzbek University.

•  Natalia V. Cherchenko - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Head of the Chair “Marketing” of State Institute of Management and Social Technologies of Belarusian State University.

•  Erastus M. Mwanaumo, PhD Eng Mgt, MSc, BSc, FCIOB, MDRBF, MRICS, REng, PEIZ, MACEZ, PrCPM, Chartered Construction Manager Assistant Dean (Postgraduate Studies), School of Engineering, The University of Zambia, Lusaka, Zambia.

National program committee

•  Galina E. Ageeva – Ph.D., Associate Professor, Chair “Civil and arbitral proceedings” of Samara State University of Economics.

•  Marina L. Alpidovskaya - Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Professor of the Department of economic theory of Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation.

•  Natalia V. Bannikova - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “Economic theory and agro-industrial economics” of Stavropol State Agrarian University.

•  Tatiana L. Bezrukova - Doctor of Economics, Professor, academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Head of the Chair “Economics and finance”, Dean of the Faculty of Economics of G.F. Morozov Voronezh State University of Forestry and Technologies, Honored worker of education of the RF.

•  Viktoria V. Bolgova - Doctor of Law, Professor, First Pro-Rector for scientific and educational work of Samara State University of Economics.

•  Yulia I. Budovich - octor of Economics , Associate Professor, Professor of the Department “Economic theory” of Financial University with Government of the RF.

•  Natalia G. Vovchenko - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “Finance”, Rostov State University of Economics .

•  Konstantin V. Vodenko – Doctor of Philosophy, Chair “Management of social and economic systems”, M.I. Platov South-Russian State Politechnical University.

•  Nataia V. Vorobyova - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor of the Chair “Entrepreneurship and world economics”, Stavropol State Agrarian University.

•  Irina V. Gashenko - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “Taxes and taxation”, Rostov State University of Economics.

•  Tatiana N. Gogoleva - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Economic theory and world economics”, Voronezh State University.

•  Oleg L. Goykher - Doctor of Economics, Head of the Chair “Economics and strategic management”, A.G. and N.G. Stoletovs Vladimir State University.

•  Alla G. Gryaznova - Doctor of Economics, Professor, President of Financial University with the Government of the RF.

•  Elena V. Endovitskaya - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Head of the Chair “International economics and foreign economic activities”, Voronezh State University.

•  Paevel N. Zakharov - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Director of the Institute of Economics and Management of A.G. and N.G. Stoletovs Vladimir State University.

•  Zhanna A. Zakharova - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor of Vladimir Branch of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.

•  Yulia S. Zima - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor of the Chair “Taxes and taxation” of Rostov State University of Economics.

•  Elena V. Karanina - Doctor of Economics, Head of the Chair “Finance and economic security” of Vyatka State University.

•  Marina A. Katkova - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor of the Chair “Labor economics and production complexes” of Y.A. Gagarin Saratov State Technical University.

•  Oksana V. Kachur - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair “Finance and credit”, Voronezh State University.

•  Olga V. Konina - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “Management, marketing and production organization”, Volgograd State Technical University.

•  Anna Y. Kosobutskaya - Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair “Economics and corporate management”, Voronezh State University.

•  Viktor P. Kuznetsov - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Corporate economics”, Kozma Minin Nizhny Novgorod State Pedagogical University.

•  Konstantin N. Lebedev - Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Professor of the Department “Economic theory”, Financial University with the Government of the RF.

•  Tatiana N. Litvinova - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor of the Chair “Management”, Volgograd State Agrarian University .

•  Innara R. Lyapina - Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Professor of I.S. Turgenev Orel State University.

•  Evgeniya V. Medentseva – Ph.D. (Law), Associate Professor, Head of the Chair “Legal provision of economic activities”, Samara State University of Economics.

•  Vera I. Menshchikova - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair “Economics”, Tambov State Technical University.

•  Svetlana S. Morkovina - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Vice-rector for science and innovations, G . F. Morozov Voronezh State University of Forestry and Technologies.

•  Irina A. Morozova - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “World economics and economic theory”, Volgograd State Technical University.

•  Viktoria N. Ostrovskaya – Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Center of Marketing Initiatives.

•  Valentina N. Parakhina - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Management”, North-Caucasus Federal University.

•  Ulyana A. Pozdnyakova - Ph.D. (Economics), Director of “Institute of Scientific Communications”, Associate Professor of the Chair “World economics and economic theory”, Volgograd State Technical University .

•  Elena V. Popova - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “Theory of management and business technologies”, G.V. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics.

•  Igor E. Risin - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Regional economics and territorial management”, Voronezh State University.

•  Aleksei F. Rogachev - Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Chair “Mathematical modeling and informatics”, Volgograd State Agrarian University .

•  Elena V. Sibirskaya - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “Statistics”, G.V. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics .

•  Galina I. Didunova - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Management and educational economics”, Volgograd State Socio-Pedagogical University.

•  Sergey S. Slepakov - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Professor of the Chair “Economics and corporate management”, North-Caucasus Federal University.

•  Anastasia A. Sozinova - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair “Management and marketing” of Vyatka State University.

•  Pavel L. Sokolov – Doctor of Medicine, Leading scientific officer of the Scientific center of specialized medical help for children.

•  Valeri A. Spesivtsev - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor of the Chair “Management”, Financial University under the President of the RF (Lipetsk branch).

•  Aleksandr M. Starostin – Doctor of political sciences, Professor, Rostov State University of Economics.

•  Olesya A. Stroeva - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Economics and economic security”, Rostov State University of Economics (Orel branch).

•  Elena F. Sysoyeva - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Finance and credit”, Voronezh State University.

•  Svetlana A. Tikhonovskova - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Chair “Management of social and economic systems”, M.I. Platov South-Russian State Politechnical Universit.

•  Vladimir N. Tregubov - Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Chair “Economic security and management of innovations”, Y.A. Gagarin Saratov State Technical University.

•  Yuri I. Treshchevsky - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Economics and corporate management”, Voronezh State University.

•  Gilyan V. Fedotova - Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Associate Professor, Chair “Economics and corporate finance”, Volgograd State Technical University.

 

 CONTROL DATES

April 10, 2018 – submission of applications

 

April 10, 2018 – payment of the conference fee

May 30, 2 018 – provision of full text of the article

April 13-14 , 2018 – the Conference

May 30, 2019 – publication of articles

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5th - ISC conference – Stavropol

The purpose and scientific sphere of the conference

 

Information and communication technology (ICT) develops very quickly, changing the means and approaches to economic activities in all spheres of the economy. However, their influence on the development of economic systems in a rather contradictory way. On the one hand, implementation of information and communication technologies stimulates the rationalization of economic activities, allowing for automatization and the optimization of production and distribution processes while increasing efficiency. On the other, ICTs may lead to socio-ecological problems such as the growth of unemployment levels and an increase in the volume of waste and load on the environment as equipment is continually updated. This conference is devoted to these complexities and will consider diverse perspectives on the use of ICTS in the modern economy, while attempting to determine their efficacy, limits and new possibilities.

 

The conference's official language: English.

The conference will include the following sections:

1. Establishment of the information economy under the influence of scientific and technical progress: new challenges and possibilities

2. Information and communication technologies as a new vector of development of the modern global economy

3. Specifics and experiences of using new information and communication technologies in both developed and developing countries

4. Problems of implementing new information and communication technologies in the modern economy

5. Priorities and concerns on using new information and communication technologies in the modern economy

 

CONFERENCE COMMITTEES

Organizing committee

Co-chair: Doctor of economics, Professor of the Chair “World economics and economic theory”, Volgograd State Technical University, Elena G. Popkova. 
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor, corresponding m ember of the Russian Academy of Sciences, deputy director of the Central Institute of Economics and Mathematics of the RAS, Georgy B. Kleiner. 
Member: Professor of the Faculty of Management and Economics of Tomas Bata University ( Zlin, Czech Republic ), Drahomira Pavelkova.
Member: P rofessor of the Chair of Management and entrepreneurship, Business School of Essex, University of Essex, Jun Li.
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor, Director of the Institute of Volgograd State University, Oleg V. Inshakov. 
Member: Doctor of legal sciences, P rofessor, Head of the scientific and educational center “Modernization of modern Russia's legal system”, Volgograd State University, Agnessa O. Inshakova.
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor of the Chair “Economics”, University of Novi Sad , Serbia, Ivan Milenkovic. 
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor of the Chair “Finances”, Rostov State University of Economics, Natalya G. Vovchenko.    
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor, Director of ETI of Batken State University, Aydarbek T. Giyazov. 
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor, expert of the Government of the KR, Merlan A. Akhmadzhanov. 
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor, Pro-rector for science and innovations of G.F. Morozov Voronezh State University of Forest Engineering, Svetlana S. Morkovina.
Member: Doctor of economic sciences, Associate Professor of the Chair “Finance”, Orenburg State University, Yulia G. Tyurina.
Member: Doctor of economic sciences, Director of the Faculty “International relations”, Catholic University of Lille (France) , Natalia Guilluy-Sulikash vili. 
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor of the Department “Commerce”, Bangalore University (India), M. Muninarayanappa.
Alla G. Gryaznova – doctor of economics, professor, president of Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation.
Marina L. Alpidovskaya – doctor of economics, professor of the Department of economic theory of Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation.

Program committee

Co-Chair: Doctor of economics, Professor of the Chair “World economics and economic theory”, Volgograd State Technical University, Elena G. Popkova.
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor of the Chair “Innovational management” of the Faculty of Economics of Belarus State University, Elena E. Golovhanskaya.
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor, Director of ETI of Batken State University, Aydarbek T. Giyazov. 
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor, corresponding member of the National Academy of Sciences of the KR, Chair of the dissertation council with OshSU, Pirmat K. Kupuev. 
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor, expert of the Government of the KR, Merlan A. Akhmadzhanov. 
Member: Ph.D., P rofessor, Rector of KUU, Chatkal K. Raimbaev.
Member:  Doctor of economics, Professor , Karaganda University “Bolashak”, Elena S. Petrenko.
Member:  Doctor of economic s, Associate Professor, Head of the Chair “Economics of industry and production management”, University of Engineering and Economics of Samara State Technical University, Larisa A. Ilyina.
Member:  Doctor of economics, Professor of the Chair “World economics and economic theory”, Volgograd State Technical University,  Irina A. Morozova.
Member:  Doctor of economics, P rofessor, Head of the Chair “Economics and corporate finance”, Volgograd State Technical University,  Sergey P. Sazonov.
Member:  Doctor of technical sciences, P rofessor of the Chair “Applied mathematics and foundations of scientific research”, Volgograd State Agrarian University,  Aleksey F. Rogachev.
Member:  Doctor of economics, Professor of the Chair “Statistics”, G.V. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Elena V. Sibirskaya.
Member:  Doctor of economics, Professor,  Rector of Ural Institute of Stock Market, Vladimir V. Chashchin.
Member:  Doctor of economics, Professor, Academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Head of the Chair “Economics and finance”, Dean of the Faculty of Economics, G.F. Morozov Voronezh State University of Forest Engineering ,  Honored worker of HPE of the RF, Tatyana L. Bezrukova.
Member:   Doctor of economics, Professor of the Chair “Management”, Moscow Humanitarian and Economic Institute, Viktoria N. Ostrovskaya.
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor of the Chair “Economics of industry and production management, Samara State Technical University, Lilia V. Ermolina.
Member:  Ph.D., Associate Professor of the Chair “World economics and economic theory”, Volgograd State Technical University,  Ulyana A. Pozdnyakova.
Member:  Ph.D., Associate Professor of the Chair “Management”, Volgograd State Agrarian University,  Tatyana N. Litvinova.
Member:  Ph.D., Associate Professor of the Chair “World economics and economic theory”, Volgograd State Technical University,  Yulia I. Dubova.
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor, Head of the Department of international cooperation, Rostov State University of Economics, Oleg V. Bodyagin.  
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor, Head of the Chair  “Finance”, Rostov State University of Economics, Tatyana F. Romanova.  
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor of the Chair “Finance”, Rostov State University of Economics, Olga B. Ivanova.
Member: Doctor of sciences, P rofessor, Head of the Chair  “Civil process”, Rostov State University of Economics, Natalia V. Fedorenko.
Member: Ph.D., P rofessor, Dean of the Faculty of Law, Rostov State University of Economics, Aleksey N. Pozdnyshov.
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor of the Chair “Analysis of economic activity and forecasting”, Rostov State University of Economics, Yulia G. Chernyshova.
Member: Doctor of economic sciences, Head of the Chair “Genera, and strategic management”, Rostov State University of Economics, Nikolai A. Dimitriadi.
Member: Doctor of economic sciences, Associate Professor, Director of Master Institute, Rostov State University of Economics, Elena A. Ivanova. 
Member: Doctor of economic sciences, Head of the Chair “Economics of region, spheres, and enterprises”, Rostov State University of Economics, Roman V. Shekhovtsov.
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor of the Chair “Economics of industry”, G.V. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Andrey P. Garnov.
Member:  Doctor of economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Marketing”, Volgograd State University,  Daniil P. Frolov.
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair “Corporate finance and banking activity”, deputy director of the Institute of world economics for science and external relations, Volgograd State University, Marina S. Tolstel.
Member: Doctor of economic sciences, Associate Professor, P rofessor of the Chair “Regional economics and management”, Samara State University of Economics, Galina A. Khmeleva.
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair “Management and marketing”, Vyatka State University, Anastasia A. Sozinova.
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Finance”, Siberian Federal University, Irina S. Ferova.
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor, Head of the Chair “Management and economics, Branch of Southern Federal University in Novoshakhtinsk, Tatiana V. Karpenko.
Member: Doctor of economic s , Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair “Corporate economics and finance”, Volgograd State Technical University, Gilyan V. Fedotova.
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Economics and economic security”, Rostov State University of Economics (Oryol Branch, Olesya A. Stroeva.
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Management”, North Caucasian Federal University, Editor-in-chief of “Bulletin of North Caucasian Federal University ”, Valentina N. Parakhina.
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor, Kyrgyz-Russian Russian Slavic University, Innobat A. Alieva. 
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor, Kyrgyz-Russian Russian Slavic University , Merim T. Koychueva.
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor, P rofessor of the Chair “Financial accounting and economic security”, Volgograd State University, Olga S. Oleynik.
Member: Chair of Rostov Greek autonomy, Milena P. Leonova. 

 

Location: Dombai, Russia
Organization: ANO “Institute of scientific communications”

CONTROL DATES

December 1, 2017 – submission of applications

December 1, 2 017 – payment of the conference fee
February 2, 201 8 - provision of full text of the article

December 7-9 , 2017 – the Conference

December 30, 2018 - publication of articles

 

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4th - ISC conference – Nizhny Novgorod

PROGRAM CONFERENCE

Call for papers

Despite the fact that there he went into the background, giving way to his various manifestations. Thus, philosophy was busy throughout pedagogic created educational institutions a modern human, legal science develops norms of law that are not supported by the modern human society, sociology studies theoretical models that do not look like real societies, and economics is deep in the process of searching for new means of satisfaction of growing needs at the expense of interests of human development.

Thus, there's need for socialising return to theoretical discussions nitasaset of variables – inordertoensure achievement of initial formulated goal: search for systemic solutions of human's problems, instead of partial solutions that reduce sharpness of some problems, strengthening the other. This conference institutional memberships for joint study of human and formation of new approaches to his study. 

Track One: Philosophy of a modern human
• Philosophical settings of a human in the 21 st century
• Differencesinhumanphilosophydepending on the society type

Track Two: Pedagogicsasameansoftranslation of knowledge in human society
• Education as a means of establishment and development of a human
• Developing human's possibilities in the process of study

Track Three: Legal foundations of human society
• Foundationsofnormativeandlegalregulation of human activities
• Stateasameansofbalancing human interests in society

Track Four: Social components of a modern human
• Peculiarities of development of modern human society
• International relations as a new form of human interaction

Track Five: Human as an object of economy
• Evolution of human needs and means of their satisfaction
• Realization of economic potentials in the process of its economic activities

 

The best conference papers will be published in IJTGM (International Journal of Trade and Global Markets), IJMEF (International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance), IJEPEE (International Journal of Economic Policy in Emerging Economies) (Inderscience Publishers, Switzerland)

 

CONFERENCE COMMITTEES

Organizing committee

Co-chair: Doctor of economics, Professor of the Chair “World economics and economic theory”, Volgograd State Technical University, Elena G. Popkova. 
Co-chair: Bruno S. Sergi, Ph.D, Professor of International Economics, University of Messina and Associate, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard University, editor of IJTGM (International Journal of Trade and Global Markets) and IJMEF (International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance)
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor, corresponding m ember of the Russian Academy of Sciences, deputy director of the Central Institute of Economics and Mathematics of the RAS, Georgy B. Kleiner. 
Member: Professor of the Faculty of Management and Economics of Tomas Bata University ( Zlin, Czech Republic ), Drahomira Pavelkova.
Member: P rofessor of the Chair of Management and entrepreneurship, Business School of Essex, University of Essex, Jun Li.
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor, Director of the Institute of Volgograd State University, Oleg V. Inshakov. 
Member: Doctor of legal sciences, P rofessor, Head of the scientific and educational center “Modernization of modern Russia's legal system”, Volgograd State University, Agnessa O. Inshakova.
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor of the Chair “Economics”, University of Novi Sad , Serbia, Ivan Milenkovic. 
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor of the Chair “Finances”, Rostov State University of Economics, Natalya G. Vovchenko.   
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor, Director of ETI of Batken State University, Aydarbek T. Giyazov. 
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor, expert of the Government of the KR, Merlan A. Akhmadzhanov. 
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor, Pro-rector for science and innovations of G.F. Morozov Voronezh State University of Forest Engineering, Svetlana S. Morkovina.
Member: Doctor of economic sciences, Associate Professor of the Chair “Finance”, Orenburg State University, Yulia G. Tyurina.
Member: Doctor of economic sciences, Director of the Faculty “International relations”, Catholic University of Lille (France) , Natalia Guilluy-Sulikash vili. 
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor of the Department “Commerce”, Bangalore University (India), M. Muninarayanappa.
Alla G. Gryaznova – doctor of economics, professor, president of Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation.
Marina L. Alpidovskaya – doctor of economics, professor of the Department of economic theory of Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation.

Program committee

Co-Chair: Doctor of economics, Professor of the Chair “World economics and economic theory”, Volgograd State Technical University, Elena G. Popkova.
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor of the Chair “Innovational management” of the Faculty of Economics of Belarus State University, Elena E. Golovhanskaya.
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor, Director of ETI of Batken State University, Aydarbek T. Giyazov. 
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor, corresponding member of the National Academy of Sciences of the KR, Chair of the dissertation council with OshSU, Pirmat K. Kupuev. 
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor, expert of the Government of the KR, Merlan A. Akhmadzhanov. 
Member: Ph.D., P rofessor, Rector of KUU, Chatkal K. Raimbaev.
Member:  Doctor of economics, Professor , Karaganda University “Bolashak”, Elena S. Petrenko.
Member:  Doctor of economic s, Associate Professor, Head of the Chair “Economics of industry and production management”, University of Engineering and Economics of Samara State Technical University, Larisa A. Ilyina.
Member:  Doctor of economics, Professor of the Chair “World economics and economic theory”, Volgograd State Technical University,  Irina A. Morozova.
Member:  Doctor of economics, P rofessor, Head of the Chair “Economics and corporate finance”, Volgograd State Technical University,  Sergey P. Sazonov.
Member:  Doctor of technical sciences, P rofessor of the Chair “Applied mathematics and foundations of scientific research”, Volgograd State Agrarian University,  Aleksey F. Rogachev.
Member:  Doctor of economics, Professor of the Chair “Statistics”, G.V. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Elena V. Sibirskaya.
Member:  Doctor of economics, Professor,  Rector of Ural Institute of Stock Market, Vladimir V. Chashchin.
Member:  Doctor of economics, Professor, Academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Head of the Chair “Economics and finance”, Dean of the Faculty of Economics, G.F. Morozov Voronezh State University of Forest Engineering ,  Honored worker of HPE of the RF, Tatyana L. Bezrukova.
Member:   Doctor of economics, Professor of the Chair “Management”, Moscow Humanitarian and Economic Institute, Viktoria N. Ostrovskaya.
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor of the Chair “Economics of industry and production management, Samara State Technical University, Lilia V. Ermolina.
Member:  Ph.D., Associate Professor of the Chair “World economics and economic theory”, Volgograd State Technical University,  Ulyana A. Pozdnyakova.
Member:  Ph.D., Associate Professor of the Chair “Management”, Volgograd State Agrarian University,  Tatyana N. Litvinova.
Member:  Ph.D., Associate Professor of the Chair “World economics and economic theory”, Volgograd State Technical University,  Yulia I. Dubova.
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor, Head of the Department of international cooperation, Rostov State University of Economics, Oleg V. Bodyagin.  
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor, Head of the Chair  “Finance”, Rostov State University of Economics, Tatyana F. Romanova.  
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor of the Chair “Finance”, Rostov State University of Economics, Olga B. Ivanova.
Member: Doctor of sciences, P rofessor, Head of the Chair  “Civil process”, Rostov State University of Economics, Natalia V. Fedorenko.
Member: Ph.D., P rofessor, Dean of the Faculty of Law, Rostov State University of Economics, Aleksey N. Pozdnyshov.
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor of the Chair “Analysis of economic activity and forecasting”, Rostov State University of Economics, Yulia G. Chernyshova.
Member: Doctor of economic sciences, Head of the Chair “Genera, and strategic management”, Rostov State University of Economics, Nikolai A. Dimitriadi.
Member: Doctor of economic sciences, Associate Professor, Director of Master Institute, Rostov State University of Economics, Elena A. Ivanova. 
Member: Doctor of economic sciences, Head of the Chair “Economics of region, spheres, and enterprises”, Rostov State University of Economics, Roman V. Shekhovtsov.
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor of the Chair “Economics of industry”, G.V. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Andrey P. Garnov.
Member:  Doctor of economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Marketing”, Volgograd State University,  Daniil P. Frolov.
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair “Corporate finance and banking activity”, deputy director of the Institute of world economics for science and external relations, Volgograd State University, Marina S. Tolstel.
Member: Doctor of economic sciences, Associate Professor, P rofessor of the Chair “Regional economics and management”, Samara State University of Economics, Galina A. Khmeleva.
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair “Management and marketing”, Vyatka State University, Anastasia A. Sozinova.
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Finance”, Siberian Federal University, Irina S. Ferova.
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor, Head of the Chair “Management and economics, Branch of Southern Federal University in Novoshakhtinsk, Tatiana V. Karpenko.
Member: Doctor of economic s , Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair “Corporate economics and finance”, Volgograd State Technical University, Gilyan V. Fedotova.
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Economics and economic security”, Rostov State University of Economics (Oryol Branch, Olesya A. Stroeva.
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Management”, North Caucasian Federal University, Editor-in-chief of “Bulletin of North Caucasian Federal University ”, Valentina N. Parakhina.
Member: Ph.D., Associate Professor, Kyrgyz-Russian Russian Slavic University, Innobat A. Alieva. 
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor, Kyrgyz-Russian Russian Slavic University , Merim T. Koychueva.
Member: Doctor of economics, Professor, P rofessor of the Chair “Financial accounting and economic security”, Volgograd State University, Olga S. Oleynik.
Member: Chair of Rostov Greek autonomy, Milena P. Leonova. 

CONTROL DATES

November 1, 2017 – submission of applications

November 20, 2017 – payment of the conference fee 

November 1, 2017 - provision of full text of the article

November 23-24 , 2017 – the Conference

December 30, 2018 - publication of articles

 

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3nd - ISC conference – Volgograd

Call for papers

Entrepreneurship and innovations are the main driving force of modern economic systems development. Technological progress opens new perspectives in the sphere of development of entrepreneurial activities and increase of innovative activity of economic agents. At the same time, there is still a large gap between the levels of development of entrepreneurship in various countries – leading states are peculiar for innovations-oriented economy, while underdeveloped countries just start on the path of post-industrialization. Despite large diversity of conducted research, devoted to this topic, many issues remain unsolved. Economic systems, like live organisms, develop and adapt to new economic conditions. Thus, new problems and potential possibilities appear, timely solution of which will allow realizing the current potential in the sphere of socio-economic development.

The conference will provide a platform for researchers, policy makers and practitioners to engage in debates on entrepreneurship and innovation in Russia and Eastern European countries. We hope you will join us in this attempt to advance our understanding of entrepreneurship and innovation in Russia and Eastern European countries. Empirical and conceptual research papers, case studies or work-in-progress papers related to the following topics are welcomed , but are not limited to:

The conference's official language: English, Russian.

Track One: Theoretical and methodological aspects of innovative economies

•  Innovation ecosystem
•  Innovation and firm performance
•  entrepreneurship as a source of innovation
•  innovations-oriented business
•  commercialization of innovations
•  role of innovation in provision of a competitive and innovative economy

Track Two: New landmarks of development of entrepreneurship in the 21 st century

•  entrepreneurship
•  Women's entrepreneurship
•  Social entrepreneurship
•  Sustainable entrepreneurship
•  entrepreneurial structures
•  new types of entrepreneurial activities
•  new approaches to business
•  transformation of the sense of entrepreneurship in the 21 st century

Track Three: Entrepreneurship in Russia and countries of Eastern Europe

•  entrepreneurial environment and entrepreneurial culture of Russia
•  peculiarities of doing business in countries of Eastern Europe
•  barriers for entrepreneurial activities in Russian and countries of Eastern Europe and ways of overcoming them
•  New venture creation and high-impact startups
•  Characteristics of entrepreneurs
•  Financing entrepreneurs
•  Determinants of new venture creation
•  Determinants of new venture performance
•  Relationships between entrepreneurship and economic development
•  Venture capital and entrepreneurship
•  Sources/consequences of regional variations in entrepreneurial activity
•  Sources/consequences of industry variations in entrepreneurial activity
•  E ntrepreneurial ecosystems
•  The role of universities in entrepreneurship
•  Assessment of entrepreneurship policy: national, provincial or local

Track Four: International entrepreneurship and innovation in Russia and countries of Eastern Europe

•  Foreign direct investment (FDI) and entrepreneurship and innovation
•  International entrepreneurship
•  Global supply chain and entrepreneurship
•  Brain circulation and entrepreneurship

Track Five: Exploring entrepreneurial and innovation potential in countries with developing economy

•  sense of entrepreneurial potential
•  ways of determination of innovation potential
•  facilitating and inhibiting factors of activation of entrepreneurial and innovation potential
•  entrepreneurship and innovation policies
•  infrastructure and entrepreneurship

We will also be hosting a Paper Development Workshop (PDW) on ‘Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Russia and Eastern European Countries' for a Special Issue of Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies (JEEE). Emerald, Publisher of JEEE, will sponsor a best conference paper award. All full papers only submitted by the deadlines for the conference will be considered for t he best paper prize . Selected papers will be considered for a special issue of Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies and for participation in the PDW.

Key Dates
•  Submission of extended a bstracts (800 words) : 28 February 2017
•  Notification of conference paper acceptance: 31 March 2017
•  Submission of full conference papers: 30 April 2017
•  Opening of conference registration: 1 May 2017
•  Conference: 4-5 July 2017

Conference Chair
Dr. Elena Popkova
Doctor of economic sciences, Professor of the Chair “World economy and economic theory”
Volgograd State Technical University
Russia
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Conference Co-Chair
Dr. Jun Li
Senior Lecturer
Management Science & Entrepreneurship Group
Essex Business School, University of Essex
Elmer Approach, Southend-on-Sea SS1 1LW, UK
Tel: (44) 1702 328391

Conference Administrator and point of contact for registration queries or for technical issues encountered in the submission process:
Dr. Elena Popkova
Doctor of economic sciences, Professor of the Chair “World economy and economic theory”
Volgograd State Technical University
Russia
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Location
The conference will be held in the beautiful city of Volgograd. Volgograd, formerly Stalingrad, is a city in southwest Russia, on the western bank of the Volga River. It was the site of WWII's Battle of Stalingrad, commemorated by a huge statue, The Motherland Calls, part of the hilltop Mamayev Kurgan memorial complex. The Panorama Museum has a 360-degree painting of the battle, as well as weapons and artefacts. To the south, a large arch marks the Lenin Volga-Don Shipping Canal.

 

Call for Papers for Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies

 Entrepreneurship in Russia and Eastern European Countries:

Theory, Policy and Practice

 

Special Issue Editor:
Elena G. Popkova, Volgograd State Technical University, Russia

This special issue aims at advancing research on entrepreneurship in Russia and countries of Eastern Europe with focus on theory, policy and practice.

Entrepreneurship and innovations are the main driving force of the development of modern economic systems. Technological progress opens new perspectives in the sphere of development of entrepreneurial activities and increase of innovative activity of economic agents. At the same time, there is still a large gap between the levels of development of entrepreneurship in various countries – leading states are peculiar for innovations-oriented economy, while underdeveloped countries just start on the path of post-industrialization.

The post-financial crisis world economy is still highly fragile and low growth appears to be the new normal. The recent collapse of oil prices has compounded the problems faced by countries like Russia. Clearly, the sources of growth of the past decades are exhausted and a new source of economic growth and competitiveness has to arise. A study conducted by the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on Russia (2015) has found that entrepreneurship is playing an important role in revitalizing the Russian economy. In Russia and countries of Eastern Europe, entrepreneurship ensures the establishment of competitive market economies, stimulates achievement of necessary flexibility and adaptability of economic systems, and innovates for development and increase of effectiveness .

Yet, our knowledge about entrepreneurship in Russia and Eastern European countries remains limited. The report produced by the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on Russia (2015) has thus called the entrepreneurial part of Russian economy the ‘unknown Russia'. Since Russia and Eastern European countries have gone through tremendous economic transformation and have a short history of free-market capitalism , these economies have also offered a fertile ground to contextualising existing entrepreneurship theories for both developing new theory and generating new insights into policy and practice . In these countries , t here is a new generation of young people who live and breathe entrepreneurship. Also, in these countries central governments and regional authorities ideologically support the development of the private business sector. The number of measures governments used to support entrepreneurship has grown significantly. As in many other countries, where there is an environment conducive to entrepreneurship, entrepreneurs respond to it positively and new businesses thrive. Nonetheless, t hese economies are also characterized by underdeveloped formal institutions, often resulting in an unstable environment and creating a void usually filled by informal ones. Entrepreneurs in transition environments thus face more uncertainty and risk than those in more developed economies ( Puffer, McCarthy & Boisot, 2010) . In recent years, a number of studies have investigated the effect of institutions on entrepreneurship in Russia ( Aidis, Estrin & Mickiewicz, 2008; Ojala & Isomäki, 2011; Puffer, McCarthy & Boisot, 2010; Volchek, Jantunen & Saarenketo, 2013 ) and in Eastern Europe ( Krammer, 2009; Manolova, Eunni & Gyoshev, 2008 ). Overall, however, entrepreneurship in Russia and Eastern European countries remains a myth. We still have very little knowledge and understanding of entrepreneurship in these countries. For example, the Global Entrepreneurship Monitoring (GEM) Survey in Russia in 2014 found that only 4.7% of working age adults are early-stage entrepreneurs and that entrepreneurship continues to play a small role in the economy, not only in comparison with other BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) countries but also in comparison with countries of Eastern Europe ( Olga , 2014). It was also found that only 36% of entrepreneurs consider the external conditions favourable for starting up a business and that fear of failure prevents 42% of non- entrepreneurs from starting up. Nonetheless, the report of the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on Russia (2015) finds that Russian entrepreneurs are the driving force of a dynamic economy outside the national resource sector.

This special issue with emphasis on entrepreneurship and innovations in Russia and countries of Eastern Europe is intended to offer a platform for contextualizing entrepreneurship theories in Russia and countries of Eastern Europe, and empirical investigation into entrepreneurial behaviours, entrepreneurial process, entrepreneurial environment, and impact of entrepreneurship .

Therefore, this call welcomes all the papers that aim at either testing the relevancy of entrepreneurship theories in the context of Russia and countries of Eastern Europe or at improving our knowledge of entrepreneurship in terms of policy, practice, and impact.

We accept rigorous quantitative or qualitative work at any level of entrepreneurship studies: individual, organizational, industrial, regional, or national. Sample topics include, but not limited to:
•  New venture creation and high-impact startups
•  Characteristics of entrepreneurs
•  Financing entrepreneurs
•  Determinants of new venture creation
•  Determinants of new venture performance
•  Relationships between entrepreneurship and economic development
•  Venture capital and entrepreneurship
•  Sources/consequences of regional variations in entrepreneurial activity
•  Sources/consequences of industry variations in entrepreneurial activity
•  E ntrepreneurial ecosystems
•  The role of universities in entrepreneurship
•  Assessment of entrepreneurship policy: national, provincial or local
•  Women's entrepreneurship
•  Social entrepreneurship
•  Sustainable entrepreneurship
•  International entrepreneurship

The guest editor of this special issue plan s to hold a paper development workshop (PDW) during the International Conference on Entrepreneurship and Innovations in Russia and Eastern European Countries in 4-5 July 2017 at Volgograd State Technical University, Russia . The conference is co-organised by Volgograd State Technical University and University of Essex, UK. Emerald, the publisher of Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies, will sponsor a best conference paper award. Authors are encouraged to submit their papers to the conference and at tend the conference and PDW if their papers are selected. For further information about the conference, visit: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jun_Li184

The editor intends to bring with this Special Issue a significant value to entrepreneurship researchers, policy-makers and entrepreneurs. For additional guidelines of submission, please see 'Instructions for Authors' from a recent issue of Journal of E ntrepreneurship in Emerging Economies or visit: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/loi/jeee . The first page of submission must contain the title, author(s) and contact information of the corresponding author. Papers suitable for publication in the Special Issue will be double-blind reviewed, following the JEEE's review process guidelines.

Timetable

The Special Issue is scheduled to be published in 2018. The following timetable/ deadline dates are given for your information:
•  Deadline of submission of full papers to JEEE: 31 July 2017
•  First feedback from reviewers: 30 November 2017
•  Deadline of submission of the revised papers: 30 April 2018
•  Expected delivery date to JEEE: 1 July 2018

Contact information
Please feel free to contact Prof. Elena G. Popkova , Volgograd State Technical University ( Этот адрес электронной почты защищён от спам-ботов. У вас должен быть включен JavaScript для просмотра.) if you have any queries about the Special Issue.

References
Aidis, R., Estrin, S., & Mickiewicz, T. (2008). Institutions and entrepreneurship development in Russia: A comparative perspective. Journal of Business Venturing , 23(6), 656-672.
Krammer, S. M. (2009). Drivers of national innovation in transition: Evidence from a panel of Eastern European countries. Research Policy , 38 (5), 845-860.
Manolova, T. S., Eunni, R. V., & Gyoshev, B. S. (2008). Institutional environments for entrepreneurship: Evidence from emerging economies in Eastern Europe. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice , 32(1), 203-218.
Ojala, A., & Isomäki, H. (2011). Entrepreneurship and small businesses in Russia: a review of empirical research. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development , 18(1), 97-119.
Olga, Verkhovskaya About 90% of the population is not only not involved in business activities, but also do not see opportunities to build businesses for themselves, retrieved from http://www.gemconsortium.org/country-profile/104
Puffer, S. M., McCarthy, D. J., & Boisot, M. (2010). Entrepreneurship in Russia and China: The impact of formal institutional voids. Entrepreneurship theory and practice , 34(3), 441-467.
Volchek, D., Jantunen, A., & Saarenketo, S. (2013). The institutional environment for international entrepreneurship in Russia: Reflections on growth decisions and performance in SMEs. Journal of International Entrepreneurship , 11(4), 320-350.

World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on Russia (2015) , Unknown Russia: Powered by Entrepreneurs . World Economic Forum.

 


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