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The 2nd International Conference on Research in Management and Economics took place on the 12th-14th of September, 2019 in Rome, Italy. University of Washington Rome Center was the venue of this premier academic event.
There are three aspects of the international management conference worth highlighting:
- Its international nature. The audience came from such countries as Algeria, Czech Republic, the United States, Canada, Jordan, Italy, Egypt, Germany, and numerous others. Each participant made a contribution to the event through their personal unique experiences and areas of expertise.
- Its high-quality agenda. The scientific committee of the event vetted hundreds of abstract submission, selecting research papers that were at the intersection of innovation and relevancy. Topics presented at the event include employer branding concepts, crowdsourcing and its application in inbound marketing, investments in innovation, communication strategies of retail banks, and various others.
- The social element of the event. Every attendee was invited to join a free guided tour of Rome – a city that’s steeped in history and culture. There’s a reason millions of tourists journey to this Italian city every year. It has something to offer to everyone, from its architecture to its delicious cuisine.
We hope to see you at the 2020 edition of IMECONF. Whether you’d like to submit your research and have it published in an indexed journal or join as an attendee, make sure to add IMECONF 2020 to your calendar.
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Prof. Małgorzata Runiewicz-Wardyn, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor at the Kozminski University, with main scientific and research interests related to regional innovation ecosystems, technological dynamics and industry cluster activity and regional R&D and innovation policies. She has been a Postdoctoral Visiting Fellow at Harvard University, Institute of Urban and Regional Development at Berkeley University of California, Stanford University and Université libre de Bruxelles. She is the author of 6 monographs and over 40 other scientific publications.
Florence Duvivier is Assistant Professor at the Department of Strategy and Entrepreneurship in NEOMA Business School, France. Her main fields of research are Strategy and International Strategy, Offshoring and Outsourcing, International Management, Expatriates and Inpatriates Management. The role of expatriates and inpatriates in offshoring operations is at the centre of Florence’s work.
Hanna Soroka-Potrzebna – PhD of economic sciences in the Institute of Management on Faculty of Economics, Finance and Management at University of Szczecin (Poland). She specialize in project management, organization management and use of heuristic methods. Member of the West Pomeranian Regional Group of IPMA Poland.
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