International Scientific-Practical Conference

 BUSINESS COOPERATION

AS A RESOURCE OF SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND INVESTMENT ATTRACTION

Conference "Business Cooperation" held as part of

International Scientific and Practical Conference

"Northern Europe, Pskov and The Hanzean Union

past and present".

www.pskovuni.ru

Pskov, Russia

May 21-23, 2019

Pskov
State

University

For Participants

The Hansa is the most durable international trade and economic union that has existed since the 13th century. The creation agreement was concluded in 1241 between the German Lübeck and Hamburg. At various times, the Union included more than 200 cities in Europe. Today, 185 cities from 16 countries participate in the movement. The Union has always stood to protect the economic interests of trade and merchants. The New Age Hansa was created to stimulate trade and tourism.

Every year in one of the cities of the Union the international festival “The Hanseatic Days of the New Age” takes place. In 2009, the International Hansa for the first time was held in Russia, in Veliky Novgorod. After exactly 10 years - in 2019 - Pskov will become the second  Russian city to run the Hansa Meeting.

Important dates

January 28, 2019

First announcement

End of paper submission

May 1, 2019

May 1, 2019

End of registration and conference fee payment

Guidelines for participation in the conference

To submit reports, you need to register for the conference and post the text of the report in your EasyChair account or send it to bc-pskov@pskgu.ru for review.

Volume: 4-6 pages (12 font).

Formatting: arbitrary (after a positive review a template will be sent for the article).

Guidelines for abstracts

Article for review is submitted in any format. Volume: 4-6 pages (12 font).

After a positive review process, an article design template will be sent to the authors.

 

Please note that articles must be original research manuscripts that have never been published before and are not subject to review for publication in other conference materials (journal, etc.)

All papers should describe new research results of interest to an international scientific audience.

 

The article should contain links to related work.

References should include at least 15 sources, mostly indexed in Scopus or Web Of Science. All sources indicated in the list of references should be mentioned in the text of the article. Documents should be related to the main theme of the conference and thematic areas of the conference. We publish articles written only in good English.

 

Ethics

Please read the detailed Ethics of Elsevier Publication (based on the recommendations of Elsevier and the COPE best practice guide for journal editors). If the article contains pictures or tables taken from other sources, the author must obtain the appropriate permission to reproduce them from the relevant publishers.

 

Authorship

The number of authors in one article is maximum 6 people. One person can be the author of no more than 2 articles. Corresponding author should be responsible for all contacts and correspondence with periodicals. The corresponding author should ensure that all co-authors (and no inappropriate co-authors) are included in the document and that all co-authors review and approve the final version of the document and agree with its submission for publication.

Conference fee

Program  Committee

Marina Aleksandrovna Borovskaya

Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation (Russia)

Jan Lindenau

The President of the International Hanseatic League,

burgomaster of Lubeck (Germany)

Marina Yurievna Makhotaeva

rector ad interim of Pskov State University (Russia)

Sergey Alexeevich Dyatlov

Director of EurAsEC Development Centre (Russia)

Kari Hüpponen

President of the Baltic Sea University Partner Network (Finland)

Vladimir Nikolayevich Shimov

Rector of the Belarusian State Economic University

(Republic of Belarus)

Sergey Nikolayevich Savin

North-western Main Territorial Directorate of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, divisional manager of the Pskov Region (Russia)

Participation in the International Scientific and Practical Conference "Business Cooperation as a Resource for Sustainable Economic Development and Investment Promotion":

is free of charge

The publication fee (if the participant wishes to publish the work in the indexed edition of the Web of Science) is

9 000 rubles / 120 Euro

 

For participants of the conference a free transfer is provided, information about the bus timetable and check-in rules for flights can be found here. In the case of availability of rooms in hotels booked by the organizers for the event, free accommodation is provided. Check availability with the organizers.

Scientific Committee

Larina Svetlana Yeugenievna

Dean of the Faculty of State Management of Economy of The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Doctor of Economics, Professor (Moscow, Russia)

Lee Marina Rudolfovna

CandSc.(Economics), Associate Professor, Tashkent Institute of Irrigation Engineers and mechanization of agriculture

(Tashkent, Uzbekistan)

Kreituss Ilmars

Vice-Rector of the Higher School of Business, Arts and Technology, Professor (Riga, Latvia)

Sergey Alexeevich Dyatlov

Academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Doctor of Economics, Professor, Director of the EurAsEC Development Centre, RSF expert, RFFP expert, Saint-Petersburg State University of Economics,

(St. Petersburg, Russia)

Toomas Asser

Rector of the University of Tartu (Estonia), Mikko Myrskilya, Director of the Institute for Demographic Studies of the Max Planck Society (Germany)

Marina Yurievna Makhotoeva

doctor of economics, professor (Russia)

Karlis Kreslins

Rector of Ventspils High School, Doctor of Engineering, (Ventspils, Latvia)

Kari Hüpponen

President of the Baltic Sea University Partner Network (Finland)

Vladimir Nikolayevich Shimov

Rector of Belarusian State Economic University (Republic of Belarus)

Mikko Mirskil

Director of the Institute for Demographic Studies of the Max Planck Society ( Germany)

Paul Wolffsen

Professor of the Copenhagen Business School (Copenhagen, Denmark)

Natalya Alexeevna Lesnevskaya

Dean of Finance and Banking Faculty of the Belarusian State Economic University, CandSc(Economics), associate professor (Minsk, Belarus)

Shumilo Erica

University of Latvia, professor (Riga, Latvia)

Key speakers

Mikhail Mikhailovich Kotyukov

Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation

(Moscow, Russia)

The theme to be announced later

Irina Georgievna Petrova

Managing Director, NW SA of Central Bank

The theme to be announced later

Jan Lindenau

The President of the International Hanseatic League,

burgomaster of Lubeck (Germany)

The theme to be announced later

Kari Hüpponen

President of the Baltic Sea University Partner Network (Finland)

The theme to be announced later

Sergey Alexeevich Dyatlov

 Doctor of Economics, professor, Saint-Petersburg State University of Economics (St. Petersburg, Russia)

Innovative hyper-competition as a mechanism of dominance in the global digital economy

Marina Yurievna Makhotaeva

Doctor of Economics, Professor, rector ad interim of Pskov State University (Pskov, Russia)

The role of universities in the development of export potential of the region

Ivanov Oleg Vladimirovich

Doctor of Economics, Professor, The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (Moscow, Russia)

Current trends in world dynamics and  transformational and breakthrough development of regional economies

Sections

1.

International economic cooperation,
international economic integration

2.

Development of the export potential of the regions of the Hanseatic League

3.

Ecological economics as a factor of sustainable development

4.

Interregional cooperation and its role in socio-economic development: new approaches and best practices

5.

Formation of a sustainable investment climate in the region

6.

Territory economics: self-development potential and innovative activity

7.

International business in the new economic reality

8.

Hansa: New Union gives new opportunities for sustainable economic development

9.

Personnel and education in the digital economy

10.

Legal framework for sustainable economic development and business cooperati

Program

The conference program will be formed gradually, after consideration the abstracts by the Program Committee.

Contacts

 

+7(911)89-000-21

 

fefpskov@gmail.com

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