II. European Congress on Economic Issues

II. European Congress on Economic Issues

II. ECOEI Conference – European Congress for Economic Issues: New Trends in Economics; scheduled to be held from 16-18 November 2017 in İzmit/Kocaeli which is closely located to Istanbul in Turkey.

Economics is one of the most dynamic sciences, which resulted in emergence of new trends in this discipline. New developments in the global economic system and problem-solving – reactive nature of the science are the driving force behind this dynamism, as well. Therefore, this year conference will focus on the question of “New Trends in Economics”, narrowed down to Energy and Environment, Migration, Health, Agriculture, Islamic Economics, Shadow Economy, Information Economics, Construction and Tourism. The main purpose of this conference is to discuss these issues from different economic perspectives with the participation of academics, professionals, specialists, practitioners from the field and NGOs as well as bureaucrats dealing with unregistered employment.

Call for Papers
II. “European Congress on Economic Issues: New Trends in Economics”, is scheduled to be held from 16-18 November 2017 in İzmit/Kocaeli which is closely located to Istanbul in Turkey.

Economics is one of the most dynamic sciences, which resulted in emergence of new trends in this discipline. New developments in the global economic system and problem-solving – reactive nature of the science are the driving force behind this dynamism, as well. Therefore, this year conference will focus on the question of “New Trends in Economics”, narrowed down to Energy and Environment, Migration, Health, Agriculture, Islamic Economics, Shadow Economy and Tourism. The main purpose of this conference is to discuss these issues from different economic perspectives with the participation of academics, professionals, specialists, practitioners from the field and NGOs as well as bureaucrats dealing with unregistered employment.

Submissions are accepted in English and Turkish.

Paper topics as follows:

Shadow Economy
Taxation
Labour Market
Informal Employment
Corruption

Islam Economics
Financial Instruments
Interests
Credit System

Energy and Environment
Energy Economics
Renewable Energy
Energy Security
Sustainability and Environment

Migration
Emigration and Immigration
Labor, Migration and Urbanization
Refugee employment

Internal and international migration
Health Economics
Agriculture
Behavioral Economics
Tourism
Papers and panel proposals on the wide range of economic issues are also very welcomed on general economic issues a follows:
Consumer Behavior, Child employment, Contemporary Issue in Economics, Corporate Finance and Governance, Corporate Governance, Development Planning and Policy, Disadvantaged groups, (women, handicapped people), Econometrics, Economic Development, Economic Development and Policy, Economic Growth and Development, Economic Methodology Economic Policy, Economic Systems, Emerging Economies, National Economy, Financial Economics, Foreign Direct Investment, Foreign Exchange, General Economics, Global Economic Crisis, Globalization and Economic Growth, Growth; Aggregate Productivity, Household Behavior and Family Economics, Inclusive Growth and Microfinance, Increasing Trade in Challenging Times, Industrial Development, Income inequality, Inflation, Interest Rates, International Development, International Economics, International Finance, International Trade Policy and WTO, International Trade, Labor Economics, Labor Relations & Human Resource Management Law and Economics, Macroeconomics, Microeconomic Issues, Mode of production, Monetary and Fiscal Policies, Monetary Economics, Prices, Business Fluctuations, Poverty and Human Development, Privatization, Economic Policy, Public Administration and Small Business, Public Choice, Public Economics and Finance, Public Finance, Public Responsibility and Ethics, Public Taxation, Quantitative Economics, Regionalism and Economic Cooperation, Regulatory Economics, Social and Economic Infrastructure, Social Security, Sustainable Development, Trade Blocks, Welfare Economics, Knowledge Economy.

Selected papers will be published as an edited book(s), details will be announced later.

Important Dates

Abstract Submission Deadline: 30 September 2017
Notification of Accepted Papers: 15 October 2017
Early-Bird and Student Registration: 18 October 2017
Regular Registration: 25 October 2017
Late Registration Deadline: 1 November 2017
Full Paper Submission: 1 November 2017
Conference Dates: 16-18 November 2017

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