International Scientific Conference:
European Forum of Entrepreneurship,Year  XII

"Sustainable socio-economic development or crisis on the horizon?"

15th March 2019  ■ Year XII ■ Prague

Current almost unprecedented socio-economic development of the Czech Republic determinates potential for standards of living convergence between the Czech Republic and Western Europe. Moreover, this process is strengthened by extremely low rate of unemployment. Present conditions open space for academic discussion, considering future socio-economic development in the Czech Republic, as well as in whole Central Europe.

To create platform for open-minded discussion of Czech and foreign experts on topic of socio-economic development of Euro Zone and all European Union members, questions related to sustainability of such development and potential crisis scenarios – that is the aim of the Forum.

Socio-economic development of European countries, possible threats and their topicality will be discussed in following contexts:
* Management and leadership
* Development of human resources and society
* Economy and sustainable development
* Public economy and administration

The Forum main conclusions will be promoted by peer-reviewed Proceedings, published in electronic form. The standards of Thomson Reuters will be considered and the Proceedings will be enrolled for Web of Science database indexation.

The European Forum of Entrepreneurship is organized under kind auspices of vice-governor of the Czech National Bank prof. Ing. PhDr. Vladimír Tomšík, Ph.D. et PhD.

Date: 15th March 2019
Venue: NEWTON College, Václavské náměstí 11, Prague 1
Duration: 8:30 - 15:15 hod.
Registration: Register here

Programme and organizational board

assoc. prof. Ing. Jiří Koleňák, Ph.D., MBA, NEWTON College, Czech Republic – chairman

Ing. Milan Lindner, Ph.D., NEWTON College, Czech Republic

MUDr. Jan Mojžíš, NEWTON College, Czech Republic

Ing. Miroslav Šafařík, NEWTON College, Czech Republic

Ing. Magda Závodná, NEWTON College, Czech Republic

 

Scientific board

Dr. hab. Agnieszka Alińska, prof. SGH., Kolegium Ekonomiczno-Społeczne, Poland

assoc. prof.. RNDr. PhDr. Oldřich Hájek, Ph.D., MBA, NEWTON College, Czech Republic - chairman

assoc. prof. Ing. Ivana Butoracová Šindleryová, PhD., University of Ss. Cyril and Methodius in Trnava, Slovakia

prof. dr hab. Paweł Czarnecki, MBA, Dr.h.c., Warsaw Management University, Poland

Dalia A. S. Khalil, PhD, Cairo University, Egypt

Dr. Agnieszka Knap-Stefaniuk, Ph.D, MBA, Institute of Political and Administrative Sciences Jesuit University in Krakow

assoc. prof. Ing. Jiří Koleňák, Ph.D., MBA, NEWTON College, Czech Republic

Ing. Marie Pavláková Dočekalová, Ph.D., Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic

prof. UE dr. hab. Miloš Kráľ, University of Economics in Katowice, Poland

PhDr. Daniela Majerčáková, PhD., MBA, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia

PhDr. Jiří Nesiba, Ph.D., NEWTON College, Česká republika

assoc. prof. RNDr. Aleš Ruda, Ph.D., Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic

prof. zw. dr hab. Wojciech Słomski, International School of Management Slovakia, Slovakia

assoc. prof.. Ing. Iveta Šimberová, Ph.D., Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic

prof. RNDr. Ing. Ľudomír Šlahor, CSc., NEWTON College, Czech Republic

Taghreed Abdel Aziz El Sayed Hassan Hassouba, PhD, Cairo University, Egypt

prof. Ing. PhDr. Ing. Vladimír Tomšík, Ph.D. et Ph.D., NEWTON College, Czech Republic

plk. assoc. prof. Ing. Mgr. David Ullrich, Ph.D., MBA, University of Defence, Czech Republic