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CfA: Consultant/ Facilitator, Workshop, March 2008

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  • Balkan Academic News
    Isidora Isakov Dear, Forum Syd Balkans Programme is seeking for the consultant/s to: · Facilitate a 2 day workshop in Belgrade ,
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 13, 2008
      Isidora Isakov <isidora_isakov@...>

      Dear,

      Forum Syd Balkans Programme is seeking for the consultant/s
      to:


      ·
      Facilitate a 2 day workshop in Belgrade ,
      Serbia or Macedonia on 6-7
      March 2008


      ·
      Creation and production of the application for the TEMPUS IV
      project.
      Please forward this e-mail to all those who might be interested in this post.

      For further information you may contact me on listed contacts below.


      Regards


      Danijela Radic
      Menadzerka za obrazovanje
      ....
      Centar za omladinski rad
      Maksima Gorkog 42
      21000 Novi Sad

      Tel: +381 21 451 516
      Mob: +381 62 11 08 342
      E-mail: danijelar@...
      danijela.radic@...
    • Selcuk Colakoglu
      First International Conference on Management and Economics: “Current Issues in Emerging Economies in Global Perspective”-(ICME 2008) Tirana, 28-29 March
      Message 2 of 2 , Feb 13, 2008
        First International Conference on Management and Economics: “Current Issues in Emerging Economies in Global Perspective”-(ICME 2008)
        Tirana, 28-29 March 2008.

        CALL FOR PAPERS
        Epoka University of Tirana in Albania, organises First International Conference on Management and Economics: “Current Issues in Emerging Economies in Global Perspective”, which will take place on 28-29 March 2008 in Tirana, Albania.

        The Conference Organising Committee invites academics, scholars and professionals to submit their papers for the Conference. Deadline for submission are shown below.

        Conference Background:
        The huge gap in incomes that divides the world's rich and poor nations is the fundamental economic fact of our time. Since the starting points for most of the countries in the world were not as far apart as today before the industrial revolution, it is clear that the explanation must be sought in some differences in the long-term growth rates of per-capita income. Economic development can be attributed, broadly speaking, to three factors: geography, integration, and institutions, i.e. rules and norms as well as social capital. Transition economics has thus focused on themes like privatisation and the diminished role of the State in market economies, liberalisation, restructuring, public finance, the political economy of large-scale economic reforms.

        From a long-run perspective, transition from an economic system to another has obviously important implications for economic development. Yet, since most of the literature on transition has focused on the relatively high-income countries of Central Europe, the typical themes of development have been neglected in this literature. As it turns out, issues like
        inequality, poverty, institutions, trade and growth are as important to transition economies as to any other developing economy.

        Conference Topics:
        -Long-term differences in economic growth in developing and transition economies
        -Income distribution, inequality and poverty in developing and transition economies
        -Integration and trade: the effects of regional trade agreements, openness, and trade liberalisation on growth in developing and transition economies
        -The role of norms, institutions and social capital in transition and developing economies.
        -Human Resources Management issues in developing and transition economies
        -Financial Dimensions of the transition.
        -Marketing issues
        -Enterprise development and corporate management in developing and transition economies
        -Entrepreneurship in transition economies.
        -Macroeconomic issues in developing and transition economies: monetary and exchange rate policies; debt and sovereignty; foreign aid and foreign direct investment
        -The political economy of transition: social capital, political context and the ethnic/religious/ cultural dimension of development
        -Financing development of transition economies and globalisation
        -Public administration issues in transition
        - Historical and International Relations dimension of the transition (Special Issue)

        The Conference will focus on the economic, political and social aspects of development of Countries in Transition, with particular emphasis on Albania and all the Balkan countries.

        Organisation Committee:
        Hasan Ibicioglu (chair) Prof. Dr., Epoka University, Albania and Suleyman Demirel University, Turkey
        Gungor Turan, Prof. Dr., Epoka University, Albania
        Serkan Bayraktaroglu, Associate Prof. Dr. Sakarya University, Turkey
        Ferdinand Gjana, Assistant Prof. Dr., Epoka University, Albania
        Hamza Tok, Epoka University, Albania

        Scientific Committee:

        Ilber Ortaylı, Prof. Dr., University of Galatasaray, Turkey
        Erol Eren , Prof Dr. University of Beykent, Turkey
        Toktamış Ateş, Prof. Dr., Bilgi University, Turkey
        Sadık Çökelez, Prof. Dr., Epoka University, Albania and Suleyman Demirel University, Turkey
        Hasan Ibicioglu Prof. Dr. Epoka University, Albania and Suleyman Demirel University, Turkey
        Gungor Turan, Prof. Dr., Epoka University, Albania
        Sadije Bushati, Prof. Dr., Luigj Gurakuqi University, Albania
        İsmail Ozsoy, Prof. Dr., Fatih University, Turkey
        Engin Yildirim, Prof. Dr., Sakarya University, Turkey
        Mustafa Gunes, Prof. Dr., Dokuz Eyul University, Turkey
        Ömer Eroğlu, Prof. Dr., Suleyman Demirel University, Turkey
        Gultekin Yıldız, Prof. Dr., Sakarya University, Turkey
        Kemalettin Conkar, Prof., Dr., Afyon Kocatepe University, Turkey
        Ibrahim Gungor, Prof. Dr., Suleyman Demirel University, Turkey
        Hilmi Kırlıoglu, Prof. Dr., Sakarya University, Turkey
        Ahmet Karaaslan, Prof. Dr., Dumlupinar University, Turkey
        Gjergy Sinani, Associate Prof. Dr., University of Tirana, Albania
        Serkan Bayraktaroglu, Associate Prof. Dr., Sakarya University, Turkey
        Erhan Birgili, Associate Prof. Dr., Sakarya University, Turkey
        Muzaffer Aydemir, Associate Prof. Dr., Bilecik University, Turkey
        Ferdinand Gjana, Assistant Prof. Dr., Epoka University, Albania
        Cemal Zehir, Doç Dr. Gebze High Technology Institute, Turkey
        İlker Çarıkcı, Doç Dr. University of Süleyman Demirel
        Şeref Kalaycı, Doç Dr. University of Süleyman Demirel
        Murat Karaöz, Doç Dr. University of Süleyman Demirel
        Artur Jaupaj, Assistant Prof. Dr., University of New York Tirana, Albania


        Keynote Speakers:
        Ilber Ortaylı, Prof. Dr., University of Galatasaray, Turkey
        Erol Een, Prof Dr, University of Beykent, Turkey
        Toktamış Ateş, Prof. Dr., Bilgi University, Turkey

        Paper Submission and Selection:
        Contributed papers will be selected through a blind review process of extended abstracts (approximately 300 - 500 words) which should contain a clear indication of the purpose of the research and its relationship with the Conference topics, the approach used the major results, and the implications.

        Accepted papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings.

        Guidelines for Authors
        · The official language of the Conference is English.
        · Papers should be sent in a Microsoft Word for Windows (6.0 or higher) format.
        · Papers should be no longer than 20 pages (30-lines A4 format).
        · Margins: all 2.5 cm or 1 inch, single-spaced, 12pt Times New Roman.
        · First page, top half: Title, Author(s), Affiliation(s), Address (es),
        · Telephone and fax number(s), E-mail(s), Track indication, Abstract (no more than 100 words), Key Words (no more than four words).
        · First page, bottom half: start of text. The text should be aligned on left margin.
        · The Title of the paper should be centred, in bold capital letters.
        · Section headings should be numbered in appropriate order, flush left, in capital letters.
        · Tables and figures should be included in the text.
        · References should be indicated in the text by consecutive numbers.
        · Reference and citation style should follow AMA (www.ama.org) or JMM (www.sagepub.co.uk) format. References must be placed at the end of the
        document. Please write the book, journal, or paper series in italics; as in
        the following example:

        Carsky, M., R. Dickinson and C. Canedy (1998), "The Evolution of Quality in Consumer Goods," Journal of Macromarketing, 18 (2), 132-144.

        · The reference section, including all citations used, must be
        included in the paper's numbered pages.
        · Entries should appear in alphabetical order. If several works are cited for any given author, write out the name of the author each time the name appears.

        Important dates and deadlines:
        Extended abstracts should be submitted by e-mail no later than February 28th,
        2008, with a clear indication of the authors, affiliations and contacts in the separate page, to allow for the blind review process.
        Contact authors will be notified only upon acceptance of their extended abstract by March 7th, 2008.

        Conference Fee:
        Participants with accepted papers*: 100 Euros

        * Included: Accommodation, a bag with the Conference Proceedings and other promotion materials, refreshments during session breaks and participation in social events

        Special guests, key-note speakers and authors of invited papers will be excluded of payment of the conference attendance fee.

        The Conference fee can be paid either in cash upon registration at the Conference or by direct bank transfer.

        Payments in foreign currency by direct bank transfer should be done at the
        following account:
        Bank Name: American Bank of Albania
        Account Name: Turgut Özal Education sh.p.k.
        Adress: Tirana Albania
        Account Number: 20099634304
        Swift Code: USALALTR
        (The payment is related to »Conference fee for ICME 2008«)

        Please not that we should receive the payment of the Conference fee from authors of accepted abstracts within 15 days after the notification of acceptance of their paper abstracts in order to include papers into the Conference Proceedings.

        Contact Information:
        Abstracts and papers should be sent to:
        e-mail: ICME2008@...

        For further information:
        Adress: Rr.Durresit, Sheshi “Rilindja”, Tirana, Albania.
        Tel: +355 4 232 086
        +355 4 222 077
        Fax: +355 4 222 117
        web: www.epokauniversity.com/ICME2008


        Not: 28 mart kongre başlangıcında kongre kitapçığının basılarak katılımcılara teslim edilebilmesi için özetlerin 28 şubata kadar, tam metinlerin ise 15 marta kadar yukardaki adrese maillenmesi gerekmektedir. Başarılar. Prof Dr Hasan İBİOĞLU




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