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The St. Petersburg School of Economics and Management, National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE SEM) invites you to submit your research proposals and papers for the second edition of its international scientific event “Analytics for Management and Economics Conference” due to be held in St. Petersburg on September 27-28, 2019 (AMEC 2019).
Professor of International Business at the University of Leeds, a Visiting Professor of International Business at the Aalto University School of Business (Finland). Elizabeth has ongoing interests in the internationalization activities of service-sector and smaller firms. She is an elected Fellow of the Academy of International Business (AIB). Elizabeth was the founding chair of the AIB’s Australia and New Zealand Chapter (AIB-ANZ, now AIB-Oceania), and is a past President of both the Australia and New Zealand International Business Academy (ANZIBA) and the Association of Japanese Business Studies (AJBS). She has also been Chair of the Strategic Management Society’s Global Strategy Interest Group. Beth has chaired the Research Committee of the Academy of Management’s International Management Division, and is now a member of the Division’s Executive Committee; she will serve as Chair of the Division for 2018-2019.
Yishay Yafeh holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University (1993), and has taught at Oxford, Montreal and the Hebrew University. He has served Vice Dean (2010-2012) and Dean (2012-2016) of the School of Business Administration of the Hebrew University. His research interests are financial systems and financial intermediation, the economies of East Asia, and economic and financial history. Mr. Yafeh has served as advisor to the Bank of Israel, the Israel Securities Authority, and the International Monetary Fund. His research has been published, among others, in the Journal of Finance, the Quarterly Journal of Economics, the Journal of Economic Literature, the Journal of Business and the Review of Finance. He co-authored, together with Paolo Mauro and Nathan Sussman, the book Emerging Markets and Financial Globalization (Oxford University Press, 2006). Yishay Yafeh is a Research Fellow of the London-based CEPR and the Brussels-based ECGI, and is associate editor of a number of scientific journals.
Prof. Dr. Hilmar Schneider is the Director of the Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) in Bonn, Germany, one of the globally leading research institutes in the field of labor economics. He is also an honorary professor at the Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education of the University of Luxembourg. During his career, Prof. Schneider has been successfully acting at the interface between economic research and policy advice, which is well documented by numerous research reports, journal articles, presence in the media as well as his advice to the German government. He has published in European Economic Review, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Review of Income and Wealth, Economic Letters and other renowned journals.
Conference Key topics
Submissions are encouraged from, but not limited to the following tracks:
Empirical economics, firms and industry studies
Quantitative corporate and international finance
SMART marketing and customer analytics
New HR trends and people analytics
Game theory and market design
Institutions of Public Sector: Empirical Evidence
Intangible-driven economy and data-led business models
BRICS: emerging trends, leapfrogging and reverse innovations
This academic conference is initiated as a response to the emerging and fast-growing trends in Economics and Business management with a particular focus on analytical approaches, data-driven decision making, digital transformation and disruptive innovations in IT. HSE SEM having a pronounced expertise in analytics sees its role in connecting scholars and business practitioners worldwide. We seek to build a knowledge-led ecosystem around quantitative techniques applied to study economic and business phenomena. By contributing to this event, you will become a valuable part of the developing international academic network.
Together we will encourage discussion, explore the development of new data-driven economy and share our ideas with the most prominent experts in academia and business. Furthermore, AMEC 2019 organizes a special platform for young researchers. The PhD workshop held in the pre-conference days, on September 26-27, is a unique opportunity for academic beginners to discuss their studies with peers as well as distinguished professors and receive classes on advanced quantitative methods in business economics and management.
The scope of the conference is topically broad but places an emphasis on analytics and data. Should you have an interesting data setting or research question which requires in-depth empirical study do not hesitate to submit your proposal and contribute to AMEC 2019.
Academic research papers, case studies and work-in-progress are all welcome, while PhD Research, proposals for panel discussions, non-academic contributions and product demonstrations based on the main themes are also encouraged.
Submissions of papers must be made through the Conference website until May 31. There are two options for submitting:
1. A full paper with short abstract from 100 to 500 words.
2. An extended abstract from 500 words up to 2000 words.
Upon the decision on acceptance you could be asked to send a full paper to be considered for a publication in peer-review journals – partners of the conference and online conference proceedings.
1.1. Empirical economics, firms and industry studies – room 343
1.2. Intangible-driven economy and data-led business models – room 353
1.3. Institutions of public sector: Empirical Evidence – room 354
1.4. New HR trends and people analytics – room 355
1.5. Public Procurement - I – room 356
1.6. Quantitative corporate and international finance (students’ session) – room 358
2.1. Applied network analysis for business and management – room 343
2.2. Empirical economics, firms and industry studies – room 353
2.3. Empirical economics, firms and industry studies (students’ session) – room 354
2.4. New HR trends and people analytics (students’ session) – room 355
2.5. Public Procurement - II – room 356
2.6. Tourism – room 358
3.1. Big data for business and economics studies– room 343
3.2. Corporate and international finance – room 353
3.3. Corporate innovations and competitive advantages – room 354
3.4. Intangible-driven economy and data-led business models – room 355
3.5. Political Economy: Russian Evidence – room 356
3.6. Quantitative corporate and international finance – room 358
Keynote speech (room 435 - Chair E. Shakina):
Elizabeth Rose: ‘International entrepreneurship… where are we and where are we going?’
Panel session with Deans “Humanisation vs Digitalisation? Challenges of a Modern Business Education”
4.1. Applied network analysis for business and management – room 343
4.2. Collective Action in Urban Context – room 353
4.3. Corporate finance (Ownership and Management) – room 354
4.4. Firm-level evidence on Innovation and Digital Transformation in Emerging Economies – room 355
4.5. SMART marketing and customer analytics – room 356
4.6. Supply Chain Management and Organizational Issues – room 358
Coffee break (rooms 345, 346)
Parallel sessions (rooms 343, 353, 354, 355)
5.1. Economic History – room 343
5.2. Empirical economics, firms and industry studies – room 353
5.3. New HR trends and people analytics – room 354
5.4. SMART marketing and customer analytics – room 355
Panel session with Deans “Humanisation vs Digitalisation? Challenges of a Modern Business Education” will be held on 28, September.
Call for PhD Proposals
AMEC PhD WORKSHOP IN APPLIED ECONOMICS
AMEC PHD WORKSHOP IN APPLIED ECONOMICS
Public Procurement – Political Economy - Economics of Freedom
25 - 26 th September 2019
The Center for Institutional Studies and the St.Petersburg School of Economics and Management at HSE University offer a workshop for PhD students and early-career researchers working in applied economics. This annual event is held during the Analytics in Management and Economics Conference with a special focus this year on public procurement, political economy and economics of freedom. Lectures by internationally-renowned scholars will be given in the morning, while afternoons will be devoted to 15 presentations by advanced PhD students and early-career researchers, who will thus benefit from comments and suggestions from experts in the field.
To connect young talented researchers in economics from various disciplinary backgrounds and working on different research projects in applied economics.
To offer participants the opportunity to discuss and develop their understanding of, and contribution to, the frontier of scientific inquiry in economics.
To offer participants valuable networking opportunities with peers and with senior researchers.
To encourage and pursue the development of future leading researchers.
The venue, is located at the Higher School of Economics, in the stunning town of St.Petersburg, and provides an ideal setting for this event.
The research proposals should have a maximum length of 2000 words – with the following structure:
1. Introduction: motivation, problem statement, research question
2. Theoretical background of the research problem and literature review
3. Hypothesis, research design and methodology employed
4. Data description and pre-test analysis / Expected data
5. Empirical results and hypothesis testing / Expected results
6. Conclusions and discussions
No Workshop Fee. A flat rate of 1 000 RUR applies for lunches.
Submission is closed now. The list of accepted application will be announced on 26th of July.
All submissions close
Notification of decisions
Early bird registration closes
Final paper due (with any requested changes)
Final paper due
The most interesting and innovative submissions will be recommended for publication to our partnering journals: Journal of Corporate Finance Research, International Journal of Emerging Markets and European Journal of International Management. At the conclusion of the conference there will be an online collection of all selected works.