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08 Oct 2018

International Research GSOM Emerging Markets Conference was held at “Mikhailovskaya Dacha” campus

On October 4-7 the 5th international research GSOM Emerging Markets Conference 2018 (GSOM EMC 2018) was held at “Mikhailovskaya Dacha” campus. 

 

 

This year about 150 papers were presented within the conference program, about 350 scholars and practitioners from Russia and other countries (including CIS countries (Georgia, Ukraine, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan), Europe (Hungary, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom), America (USA, Brazil, El Salvador) , Asia (India, Pakistan, Japan, China, Taiwan, Kuwait), Africa (Tunisia) and Australia) took part in the main conference tracks and associated events (panel discussions, round tables, master classes, workshops).

 

Doctoral Colloquium "Advanced Research in International Business, Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management in the Context of Emerging Markets" gave start to the Conference on October 2-3, 2018. The key speakers of the doctoral colloquium were Ian Brickman, professor of entrepreneurship and strategy, ESADE Business School (Spain) and Aaron Perenyi, lecturer of international business, University of Technology Swinburne (Australia).

 

The main topics of GSOM EMC 2018 included: talent management, entrepreneurship, innovations in business, marketing strategies, corporate governance and communications. The invited key speakers of the conference were Graeme Hodge, Professor of Law, Monash University (Australia) and Gerhard Schnyder, Reader in International Management, Loughborough University (Great Britain).

 

Research and practice seminar “Tribalism or Humanism: Will Humanity Ever Resolve the Tensions?” organized in cooperation with the Caux Round Table for Moral Capitalism (CRT) and round table “Smart Cities: Services, Actors, Solutions” organized in cooperation with Graduate School of Economics and Management, Ural Federal University (Russia) were especially highlighted by the conference participants.