[ecoop-info] CFP - 9th Annual South East European Doctoral Student Conference (DSC2014)

Rustem Dautov rdautov at seerc.org
Wed Feb 19 10:45:28 CET 2014

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9th Annual South East European Doctoral Student Conference

Thursday 25th & Friday 26th September 2014

Thessaloniki - Greece

 <http://www.seerc.org/dsc2014/> http://www.seerc.org/dsc2014/


Building on the success of the eight previous Doctoral conferences which
totally attracted more than 800 research papers from countries all over the
SE European region and beyond, we are pleased to be launching the Call for
Papers for the 9th Annual South East European Doctoral Student Conference
(9th SEE DSC). The aim of the conference is to further facilitate the
exchange of knowledge between young researchers, and to consolidate the
established network of scholars currently undertaking research in South East
Europe. Doctoral students and young researchers in the areas of Business
Administration, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing, Information &
Communication Technologies, Psychology and Behavioural Sciences, Politics,
Sociology and Education Studies are invited to attend and present papers
related to their doctoral research.


The conference will comprise:

1.       Paper sessions

2.       Special workshops/training sessions delivered by distinguished

3.       Panel discussions

4.       Social events



By participating in the 9th SEE Doctoral Student Conference you are given
the opportunity to:

.               Present your work in a friendly environment and receive
extensive and valuable feedback from experts in your field

.               Strengthen your network with other PhD students as well as
with distinguished academics and professionals in your area

.               Apply for the 'Best Papers' Award

.               Publish your work in the Conference Proceedings which will
be indexed at EBSCO database - PLEASE NOTE that only the papers which will
be presented at the conference will be included in the Conference
Proceedings. Physical presence @the conference is necessary!

.               Publish your work in respectable Academic Journals (selected
papers only)

.               Further develop your academic and research skills




Depending on the stage of your research, you can submit either a short paper
(3-5 pages) or a long paper (8-15 pages). All research papers will be
reviewed by at least 2 expert reviewers, and authors will have access to the
feedback provided. All accepted papers that will be orally presented during
the conference, will be included in the conference proceedings. During the
presentation at the conference the participant will have the opportunity to
acquire additional feedback from two discussants that will participate in
the session. For more information including author guidelines please visit
the following links (depending on the research area your paper is addressed


Research Track 1 (RT1): Enterprise, Innovation & Development

URL:  <http://www.seerc.org/dsc2014/rt1.html>
http://www.seerc.org/dsc2014/rt1.html Contact:  <mailto:RT1 at seerc.org>
RT1 at seerc.org 

Research Track 2 (RT2): Information and Communication Technologies

URL:  <http://www.seerc.org/dsc2014/rt2.html>
http://www.seerc.org/dsc2014/rt2.html Contact:  <mailto:RT2 at seerc.org>
RT2 at seerc.org 

Research Track 3 (RT3): Society and Human Development: Psychology, Politics,
Sociology and Education

URL:  <http://www.seerc.org/dsc2014/rt3.html>
http://www.seerc.org/dsc2014/rt3.html Contact:  <mailto:RT3 at seerc.org>
RT3 at seerc.org 




Short or Full paper submission: Friday 11th April 2014

Notification of acceptance: Monday 19th May 2014

Response to reviewers' comments and submission of FINAL camera-ready paper:
Friday 20th June 2014

Publication of Conference Programme: Friday 4th July 2014

Conference fee: 50 Euro (includes coffees and lunches for the two days plus
a hard copy of the Conference Proceedings).

 Get your work published: Selected high quality papers that will be orally
presented at the conference will be recommended for publication in the
following journals:

*	 <http://www.inderscience.com/jhome.php?jcode=ijird> International
Journal of Innovation and Regional Development
*	 <http://www.inderscience.com/jhome.php?jcode=ijenm> International
Journal of Enterprise Network Management




The following topics are encouraged, but are not exclusive:

Research Track 1: Enterprise, Innovation & Development


The Entrepreneurial Spirit; Start-up Phase; Funding; Managing Growth;
General Entrepreneurship 



Economic Growth; Economic Development; Agricultural Economics; Environmental
Economics; Efficiency Analysis



Accounting & Control; Corporate Finance; Public Markets, Financial Systems;
Banking Crisis; Financial Regulation; Venture Financing; Non-venture
Financing; Applied Econometrics; Applied Statistics; General Finance 



Countries & Regions; Foreign Direct Investment; Global Strategy; General
Globalization; Managing Multinationals 


Leadership & Management

Managing Teams; Communication; Motivation; Decision Making & Problem
Solving; Leadership Style; Power & Influence; Leading Change; Management of
SMEs; General Leadership 



Marketing Strategy; Advertising; Market Research; Consumer Behaviour; Brand
Management; Customer Relationships; Strategic Management Marketing; General



Distribution, Sales & Service; Production & Logistics; Operations
Management; Supply Chain; Outsourcing; Green Supply Chain Management;
Quality Management & TQM; General Operations 



Human Resources; Governance; Corporate Culture; Organizational Design;
External Relations; Knowledge Management; General Organization


Social Enterprise & Nonprofit

Corporate Social Responsibility; Nonprofit Management; Funding Nonprofits;
General Social Enterprise 



Competitive Analysis; Strategy Development; Managing Effectiveness;
Innovation Management; Technology Adoption; General Strategy


Other topics

Tourism; Agribusiness; Managing Health Care; Intellectual Property
Protection; Career & Life Balance; Career Transitions; Creativity; Race &
Diversity; Environmental Sustainability; Research & Development; Gender and

Research Track 2: Information & Communication Technologies

Software Engineering

Formal Methods

Software Verification

Model Checking

Software Testing

Modelling and Simulation

Service-oriented Computing

Cloud Computing

Green Computing

Educational Informatics

Technology Enhanced Learning

Lifelong Learning

Information Security

Information & Knowledge Management

Information Retrieval

Artificial Intelligence

Multi-Agent Systems

Computational Biology


Semantic Web Technologies

Social Media Networks

Next Generation Networks

Wireless Access Networks

Mobile Networks

Sensor Networks

Internet of Things

Smart Cities

Health Informatics

Self-adaptive Systems

Geographical Information Systems


Research Track 3: Society and Human Development: Psychology, Politics,
Sociology and Education 


Counselling Psychology & Psychotherapy

Positive Psychology

Clinical Psychology

Forensic Psychology 

Educational/School Psychology

Developmental Psychology

Intelligence, Personality, and Individual Differences

Social Psychology 

Health Psychology

Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Sports psychology

Emotional Intelligence & Well Being

Cognition and Emotion

Motivation, Attention & Human performance

Cognitive Neuroscience


Ageing and Cognitive Functions

Quality of Life in Chronically-ill and Healthy Populations

Psychology of Substance Use and Addictive Behaviors

Cyber Psychology and Social Networks

Cross-cultural Psychology

Politics, IR and Sociology 

European Studies

European Union Integration 

European Union regionalism 

European Union Common and Security Policy 

European Union neighbourhood policy

The future of the European Monetary Union

Germany and the European Union 

International Relations and Regional Politics 

Security issues in the South East Mediterranean 

Energy in the South East Mediterranean

Exclusive Economic Zones 

Middle East politics 

The Arab Spring 

The Syrian civil war crisis 

Turkey as a regional actor 

Israel as a regional actor

Western Balkans and South Eastern Europe

The US in the world

Russia in the world 


The politics of Globalisation

Global Governance

International Political Economy


Crisis of democracy and of democratic institutions

Electoral Behaviour at the local and EU levels throughout the crisis

The 2014 European Elections

Protest votes, void ballots and abstention   

Nationalism and the rise of the extreme right 

Public opinion

Protest movements

Civil Society 

Media and Politics 



Public sector reform and changes in the labour market in Greece

Greek foreign policy 

Greek energy policy

Greek Politics 


Urban Studies and Sociology 

Urban Sociology

Urban Geography 

Modern Sociological Theory 


Environmental issues and development 

Climate Change  

Poverty and vulnerability issues

Development and Sustainability






Rustem Dautov

Research Associate

South-East European Research Centre (SEERC)

The University of Sheffield, International Faculty - City College

24 Proxenou Koromila, 54622 Thessaloniki, Greece

Tel: +(30) 2310 253 477

Fax: +(30) 2310 234 205

Mob: +(30) 6945 069 303

Email:  <mailto:rdautov at seerc.org> rdautov at seerc.org

Web:  <http://www.seerc.org/> http://www.seerc.org/


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