2019 Streams

  
2019 Conference Themes-Symposiums-Streams-Panels-Sessions-Tracks-Sections Organized by ATINER

(Due to the 100% international character of our events, the terms above can be interpreted differently by each participant. To ATINER, all those terms are used interchangeably as variants of the same notion of one or more sessions which are thematic and are organized as part of one of our general (non-thematic) conferences. If you want to organize such a thematic event, please review our policy and guidelines, for more details)

Abstract Submission Information
19-22 December 2019
Global Tourism: Current Challenges and Future Prospects
as part of the 13th Annual International Conference on Global Studies: Business, Economic, Political, Social and Cultural Aspects
Stream Leader: Dr. Valia Kasimati, Head, Tourism, Leisure & Recreation Unit, ATINER
The aim of the stream is to give an opportunity to participants to present their work to academics and researchers from different disciplines. Papers are considered from all areas of tourism, global tourism.
Deadline: 1 September 2019
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19-22 December 2019
Digital Global Society, Technology and Innovation Economy
as part of the 13th Annual International Conference on Global Studies: Business, Economic, Political, Social and Cultural Aspects
Stream Leader: Dr. Panagiotis Petratos, Vice-President of Information Communications Technology, ATINER & Fellow, Institution of Engineering and Technology & Professor, Department of Computer Information Systems, California State University, Stanislaus, USA.
The aim of the stream is to bring together academics and researchers of all areas of global economy, global society, technology and other related areas.
Deadline: 1 September 2019
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19-22 December 2019
Challenge of Migration Flows in the Mediterranean
as part of the 13th Annual International Conference on Global Studies: Business, Economic, Political, Social and Cultural Aspects
Stream Leader: Dr. Gregory T. Papanikos, President, ATINER & Honorary Professor, University of Stirling, UK.
The aim of the stream is to bring together academics and researchers from all areas of studies relative to migration, refugees and other related disciplines. Selected papers will be published at the Athens Journal of Mediterranean Studies in a special issue on the Refugee Crisis and Forced Migration Flows in the Mediterranean Basin.
Deadline: 1 September 2019
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19-22 December 2019
Business Analytics
as part of the 13th Annual International Conference on Global Studies: Business, Economic, Political, Social and Cultural Aspects
Stream Leader: Dr. Theodore Trafalis, Director, Engineering & Architecture Division, ATINER, Professor of Industrial & Systems Engineering and Director, Optimization & Intelligent Systems Laboratory, The University of Oklahoma, USA.
The aim of the stream is to give an opportunity to participants to present their work to academics and researchers from different disciplines. Papers are considered from all areas of Business Analytics.
Deadline: 1 September 2019
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19-22 December 2019
Global Marketing
as part of the 13th Annual International Conference on Global Studies: Business, Economic, Political, Social and Cultural Aspects
Stream Leader: Dr. Cleopatra Veloutsou, Head, Marketing Unit, ATINER & Senior Lecturer in Marketing, University of Glasgow.
The aim of the stream is to give an opportunity to participants to present their work to academics and researchers from different disciplines. Papers are considered from all areas of marketing.
Deadline: 1 September 2019
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19-22 December 2019
Global Trade and Global Finance
as part of the 13th Annual International Conference on Global Studies: Business, Economic, Political, Social and Cultural Aspects
Stream Leader: Dr. Peter Koveos, Head, Accounting and Finance Units, ATINER & Professor of Finance, Syracuse University, USA.
The aim of the stream is to give an opportunity to participants to present their work to academics and researchers from different disciplines. Papers are considered from all areas of trade and finance.
Deadline: 1 September 2019
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19-22 December 2019
From Local Development to Global Development
as part of the 13th Annual International Conference on Global Studies: Business, Economic, Political, Social and Cultural Aspects
Stream Leader: Mr. Thomas Papanikos, President, Institute of Local Development (ITAP).
The aim of the stream is to give an opportunity to participants to present their work to academics and researchers from different disciplines. Papers are considered from all areas of development studies.
Deadline: 1 September 2019
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19-22 December 2019
The Role of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in a Globalized World
as part of the 13th Annual International Conference on Global Studies: Business, Economic, Political, Social and Cultural Aspects
Stream Leader: Dr. George Priovolos, Director, Center for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (CSME) & Professor, Iona College, USA
The aim of the stream is to bring together academics and researchers of all areas of Business, Economics, Management, Marketing, Accounting, Finance, Human Resources, MIS and Law, Technology and Industrial Dynamics and Structures.
Deadline: 1 September 2019
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19-22 December 2019
Teaching Global Studies
as part of the 13th Annual International Conference on Global Studies: Business, Economic, Political, Social and Cultural Aspects
Stream Leader: Dr. Gregory T. Papanikos, President, ATINER & Honorary Professor of Economics, University of Stirling, UK.
The aim of the symposium is to bring together academics and researchers of all areas of global education and teaching.
Deadline: 1 September 2019
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19-22 December 2019
International Accounting & Finance
as part of the 13th Annual International Conference on Global Studies: Business, Economic, Political, Social and Cultural Aspects
Stream Leader: Dr. Peter Koveos, Head, Accounting and Finance Units, ATINER & Professor of Finance, Syracuse University, USA.
The aim of the stream is to give an opportunity to participants to present their work to academics and researchers from different disciplines. Papers are considered from all areas of accounting and finance.
Deadline: 1 September 2019
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19-22 December 2019
Value Assessment & Management of Ecosystem Services from an Economic Perspective
as part of the 13th Annual International Conference on Global Studies: Business, Economic, Political, Social and Cultural Aspects
Stream Leader: Dr. Ying Zhang, Academic Member, ATINER & Professor, School of Economics & Management, Beijing Forestry University, China.
Evaluation and management of ecosystem services is a hot issue in the world at present. However, most evaluation and management is based on the theory and method of ecology and other natural sciences, ignoring the theory and method of economics. Therefore, it is of great significance to discuss the evaluation and management of ecosystem services from the perspective of economics to promote the quantitative management of ecosystem services. It is proposed to adopt normative economic theories and methods and on the basis of the United Nations SEEA2012 (System of Environmental and Economic Accounting) and EEA(SEEA Experimental Ecosystem Accounting) etc. to evaluate the value of ecosystem service and management, such as using the welfare economics theory and methods, and the costs and benefits of evaluation methods etc. and to explore and solve related management problems in order to provide the basis for policy making and environmental management. The major ecosystems include land, water, grasslands and wetlands ecosystems etc.
Deadline: 1 September 2019
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19-22 December 2019
Global Education
as part of the 13th Annual International Conference on Global Studies: Business, Economic, Political, Social and Cultural Aspects
Stream Leader: Dr. Zoi Apostolia Philippakos, Co-Editor, Athens Journal of Education, ATINER & Assistant Professor, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA
The aim of this stream is to advance knowledge in theory and practice of global education. Thus, the stream strives to bring together theoretical and research scholars as well as practitioners across disciplines to examine innovative approaches to education that can advance the life of the global citizens. Global education strives to make a difference and bring change in the life of others promoting equity and sustainability of resources. The purpose of the stream is to promote a discussion across disciplines to examine issues of equity, environmental sustainability, development and provide solutions for social justice, human rights, and equity.
Deadline: 25 August 2019
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19-22 December 2019
An International Symposium on “The Issue of the Informal Economy in Developing Countries: Causes, Methods of Measurement, Challenges, Policies”
as part of the 13th Annual International Conference on Global Studies: Business, Economic, Political, Social and Cultural Aspects
Academic Responsible: Dr. Neslihan Kahyalar, Academic Member, ATINER & Lecturer, De Montfort University, UK.
The international symposium on “The Issue of the Informal Economy in Developing Countries: Causes, Methods of Measurement, Challenges, Policies” addresses the role of the informal economy in developing countries. The informal economy is one of the key issues of today’s world economy. When considering the developing countries, it characterises both the economic and social structure of these countries. There is a recognition that the informal economy plays a significant role and the permanent characteristics of the developing economies, not only being survival activities but also creating entrepreneurship potential (Todaro, 2000; Williams et al. 2017). The aim of this symposium is to bring research together that addresses how the informal economy plays a role in the developing countries, its magnitude, challenges in measuring the informal economy, the main causes and what can be done to address the informal economy. To date, measuring the informal economy is a challenge and there is no superior method (Medina and Schneider, 2018). The informal economy is an interesting research topic, but it can be quite complicated due to its unknown nature. The informal economy, therefore, deserves greater attention for deeper understanding to formulate and design relevant policies.
Deadline: 25 August 2019
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