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Prague International Business and Management Conference
June 02 - 03, 2016
The Challenges of Modern Management in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic
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Frequently Asked Questions
1. Who is eligible to attend the Conference?
The Conference is open to all participants but particularly academicians, doctoral candidates as well as post-doctoral students. In addition, certified professionals such as accountants, lawyers, and project management practitioners are welcome to contribute. PLEASE SPECIFY IF YOU WILL ATTEND AS AN OBSERVER OR AS A CONTRIBUTOR.
2. What themes are covered?
The Conference comprises four tracks: http://ieeca.org/2016-prague-international-management-conference. The Challenges of Modern Management in Eastern Europe and Central Asia concentrates specifically on the business and management challenges faced within the region of the countries of the former Soviet Union, Warsaw Pact and Yugoslavia (Eastern Europe and Central Asia).
3. What submissions will be considered?
Submissions may comprise manuscripts, posters, annotated literature reviews, case studies, contributions to the extant body of knowledge. All materials must be in English. Further details as to format are available from http://ieeca.org/how-to-submit-article. HOWEVER, submissions must respect the general theme of the conference and discuss issues pertinent to the region of the countries of the former Soviet Union, Warsaw Pact and Yugoslavia (Eastern Europe and Central Asia). All Conference proceedings will be published by the University and Best Papers by the Institute. DEADLINE: 01 APRIL 2016
4. How do I register and what are the fees?
The fees cover the costs of the Institute and the University. This is not a “for profit” venture. Consequently, we are not in a position to offer attendance bursaries or grants. Registration and fee structure is found at http://ieeca.org/registration-form. Attendance packages that include accommodation and other travel features may be obtained from a third-party: http://eventaid.cz/ .
Each participant is responsible to secure their own travel documents that may include visas to travel to the Czech Republic, a member-state of the European Union. Invitational letters are not issued by either the Institute or the University.
Dr. Richard BRUNET-THORNTON, FRSA, MIM, MBA, PhD
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Vysoká škola ekonomická v Praze
University of Economics, Prague