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 October 5-6, 2020 (AMEC 2020).
Kristof Coussement PhD, HDR, is Professor of Business Analytics at the School of Management (France). Professor Coussement develops and teaches several business analytics and data science courses amongst “Big Data Analytics”, “Business Analytics Tools: Commercial”, and “Analytical Customer Relationship Management” in specialized masters and executive education programs. He co-developed an online methodological course “Text Analytics” on BlueCourses. In his research, Professor Coussement primarily aims to advance the business analytics field by developing innovative, value creating decision support frameworks. He is acclaimed for his work on incorporating textual data sources into conventional – mainly predictive modeling – settings using text analytics and deep learning methodologies. His work has been published in international peer-reviewed journals He founded and chairs the IÉSEG School of Management Center for Marketing Analytics (ICMA). He has been chair holder of several research projects for large European companies, including La Redoute (2014-2017), InSites Consulting (2014-2017), Leroy Merlin (2016-2019), and Crédit Agricole (2016-2019), and is currently leading the IÉSEG School of Management (2017-2021), Enfocus (2020-2023), Oney Bank (2020-2023) and Crédit Agricole (2020-2023) research chair. Professor Coussement has solved various data science puzzles by crunching datasets originating the banking & insurance (Crédit Agricole, AXA, ING, Crelan, Oney), retailing & e-tailing (La Redoute, Manutan, Metro, Leroy Merlin, Amazon), entertainment & publishing (Bwin.com, Canal+, Corelio), social media (Twitter, CSRwire, Reviewcentre.com), IoT (Mealhero), human resources (Adecco), consulting (InSites Consulting, Direct Social Communication) and telecommunication (Orange, Telenet) industry.
Marco Trombetta is Professor of Accounting and Management Control at IE Business School. He holds an M.Phil. and a D.Phil. in Economics from the University of Oxford (UK), a doctorate in Public Economics from the University of Pavia (Italy) and a “Laurea” degree magna cum laude in Economic and Social Sciences from “L. Bocconi” University (Milan – Italy). Before joining IE Business School he held academic positions at Carlos III University (Spain), the University of Oxford (UK) and at the London School of Economics (UK). He has held visiting positions at the University of Chicago GSB (U.S.A.), “L. Bocconi” University in Milan (Italy) and LUISS “Guido Carli” University in Rome (Italy). His main research interests are the theory and empirical analysis of disclosure, auditing, financial literacy and microfinance. Professor Trombetta has also acted as external expert for the valuation of research projects for both the Spanish and the Italian Ministry of Education and Scientific Research. He has been the Assistant Editor of the European Accounting Review from 2006 to 2012. Since 2016 he is a member of the Publications Committee of the European Accounting Association and from July 2018 he is the Editor-in-chief of the Journal of Accounting and Public Policy. Marco has also an extensive experience as a consultant and in in-company trainer. Among others he has worked for Whirlpool Europe, Accenture, Pricewaterhouscoopers, CEIM and E & Y. He is the Treasurer of “Financierso sin Fronteras” and takes active part into the activities of this NGO. In 2014 the president of the Italian Republic admitted him to the Order of the Italian Star with the title of Knight for his merits at representing Italy abroad.
- 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
- National and regional innovation systems
- Corporate innovations and competitive advantages
- Big data for business and economics studies
|Russian participants of the Conference||Early bird registration fee
(until July 27, 2020)
|Registration Fee||3500 RUB||5000 RUB|
|Foreign participants of the Conference|
|Registration Fee||5300 rub (75 EURO)||7100 rub (100 EURO)|