From Global Crisis to Economic Growth. Which Way to Take?, 2012.

Fields and topics:

  1. Economics
  • What is to be changed in the dominant economic paradigms?
  • What is the needed economic policy and what is the role of government in generating economic growth,
  • Institutions in overcoming the global crisis and generating economic growth,
  • Industrial and regional policies – what kind of redistributive policy is needed?
  • Growth and sectoral composition of production – does it matter?
  • Monetary and fiscal policies during and after the global crisis,
  • Debt crisis and policy coordination within a common currency zone (the euro zone),
  • Financial globalization and financial markets in global crisis and in achieving economic growth,
  • International economic relations: the crisis and catching up – consequences and prospects
  • Transition and emerging market economies in the global crisis and the post-crisis period (case studies and comparative approach).
  1. Business, Management and Marketing
  • Times they are changing: values, boundaries, territories and organizations,
  • Strategic renewal: driving sustained adaptation & change in turmoil environments,
  • Rethinking business curricula from the point of ethical vigilance and moral awareness during and after the global crisis,
  • Management & marketing innovation at a crossroads: new processes, practices, and structures,
  • Emerging behavioral perspectives on corporate governance: boards of directors, top management teams, and worker involvement,
  • Retailing strategies in transition economies: the crisis and catching up,
  • Accounting, auditing and control for sustainability: interdisciplinary perspectives,
  • Responsible leadership in public and private organizations,
  • Corporate venturing and the relationship between entrepreneurship and economic development,
  • Mergers and acquisitions: conceptual, methodological and practical innovations,
  • Internationalizing  firms from emerging economies: new challenges and perspectives,
  • Management of emerging technologies for economic and social impact.
  1. Quantitative Methods and Analysis
  • Quantitative Methods and Analysis in the mentioned topics in the fields of Economics and Business, Management and Marketing.

Economic Policy and Global Recession, 2009.

Key sections:

  • Macroeconomic Theory and Challenges of Global Recession: the Change of the Macroeconomic Paradigm
  • New Role of Government and Institutions in Economic Policy Making
  • Financial Sector Regulation Reform
  • Business Economics and Economic Crisis: New Era for New Business Decisions
  • The Impact of Global Recession – EU Accession Countries

Contemporary Challenges of Theory and Practice in Economics, 2007.

Key sections:

  • Challenges of Globalization and Transition,
  • Economic Policy and the Development of Serbia,
  • Challenges of the International Economic Integrations,
  • Management and Marketing Under Globalization,
  • Accounting and Business Finance and Financial Market Development,
  • Quantitative Economics and Finance.