5th International Research GSOM Emerging Markets Conference 2018
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Graduate School of Management St. Petersburg University is glad to announce Call for Papers for the 5th International Research GSOM Emerging Markets Conference (GSOM EMC-2018)!
Conference working language is English.
Over the past 5 years GSOM EMC has become the key event in GSOM SPbU academic life. In 2014-2017 the conference gathered more than 1300 leading scholars and practitioners from Russia and abroad and became an important platform for discussing and sharing the ideas and experience in wide range of topics in emerging markets context. Scholars, practitioners and doctoral students are welcome to join GSOM EMC community at the 5-th anniversary conference on October 4-6, 2018!
CALL FOR PAPERS IS NOW CLOSED
CALL FOR CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
Registration deadline: September 25, 2018
* Amendments to the program are possible. Please, follow the updates.
Key conference topics include:
As part of the conference:
- Doctoral Colloquium "Advanced Research in International Business, Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management in the Context of Emerging Markets" (October 2-3, 2018)
- Round table “Writing of Academic Papers on Public-Private Partnership issues” (October 5, 2018)
- Round table “Topical Issues of Case Study Development in Business Education and Research” (October 4, IN RUSSIAN)
- Research workshop “An agenda for research on CSR in developing countries” (October 4, 2018)
- Research and Practice Seminar “Tribalism or Humanism: Will Humanity Ever Resolve the Tensions?” (October 6-7, 2018)
- Round table “Smart Cities: Services, Actors, Solutions” (October 4, 2018)
- Master Class “Creation of AI Agents of the Future” (October 5, 2018)
Professor of Law, Monash University, Australia
Graeme Hodge is a Professor of Law at Monash University and an internationally respected scholar on public policy matters such as public-private partnership, privatization and regulation. He is winner of the Monash University doctoral supervision excellence Award and has published twelve books and 115 papers. Graeme has worked in both the public and private sectors, and consulted to the OECD, European Commission, United Nations, Asian Development Bank, Commonwealth Secretariat and Australian governments on issues of public policy and regulatory governance. He has also served as special adviser and contributed to 22 Parliamentary Committees and Inquiries. His research grants have covered the arenas of government accountability, water sector regulation, electricity reform, nanotechnology regulation and urban services. His next book (being completed with Greve) is Public-Private Partnership Logic: The Enduring Interdependency between Politics and Markets, Edward Elgar.
Reader in International Management, Loughborough University, UK
Dr. Gerhard Schnyder is a Reader in International Management and joined the University from King’s College London in July 2017. At King’s, Gerhard was the Director of the MSc in International Management (2014-2017) and taught Global Corporate Governance, Comparative Management, International Business, and International Strategy modules in his previous role.
Professor, Graduate School of Management St. Petersburg University, Russia
Galina Shirokova is a Professor of Department of Strategic and International Management, Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship of Graduate School of Management St. Petersburg University. She teaches the following courses: "Change Management" (EMBA, MBA, corporate programs), "Entrepreneurship" (EMBA, Master program, CEMS), "Case-Based Method in Management Research" (Doctoral program). Prof. Shirokova’s research interests include entrepreneurial firms development and growth, strategic orientations, new venture teams. Galina Shirokova is the author of more than 100 publications, including more than 30 articles in international and 60 in Russian academic journals, as well as more than 30 case studies on Russian entrepreneurial firms. Galina Shirokova is a member of a number of leading international associations (ECSB, WACRA, SMS, USASBE, AOM, etc.), and of editorial boards of leading Russian and international academic journals (Academy of Management Perspectives, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Management and Organization Review, The Journal of Global Entrepreneurship Research, Modern Competition).
Papers submission deadline:
May 20, 2018
|Notification of authors:||July 1, 2018|
|Early Bird Registration:||July 1 – August 15, 2018|
|Registration deadline:||September 25, 2018|
|Doctoral Colloquium:||October 2-3, 2018|
|Conference dates:||October 4-6, 2018|
* Full package includes participation in all the events within the Conference program including welcome reception and gala dinner
** Standard package includes participation in all the events within the Conference program including welcome reception
***For registration fees amounts for Russian and CIS citizens please check the Russian version of the Conference web-page.
Please, note that registration fee must be paid in RUB. The currency rate for the payment is 1 € = 75 RUB.
All bank charges are the responsibility of the participant and must be paid in addition to the registration fees.
Bank transaction fee is not included in the registration fee amount and will be added automatically to the final amount.
If you want to pay a registration fee by invoice please contact the Organizing Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Venue and Contacts
GSOM EMC 2018 will be held at Graduate School of Management SPbU, Campus “Mikhailovskaya Dacha”.
“Mikhailovskaya Dacha” is a unique historical place combining classic architecture and innovations, natural landscape and advanced technologies. Initially “Mikhailovskaya Dacha” was a summer residence of the family of Grand Duke Mikhail Romanov (1850-1917). The architectural and natural landscape was developing under guidance of the leading architects of the 19 century.
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Close to the campus there are famous historical places and sights. These are the splendid fountains of Petrodvorets, the Konstantinovsky Palace in Strelna and the architecture of Peterhof. The Peterhof Palace is a series of palaces and gardens located in Peterhof, Saint Petersburg, Russia, laid out on the orders of Peter the Great. These palaces and gardens are sometimes referred as the "Russian Versailles". Conference guests can admire the beautiful views of these cities which are very impressive in the autumn season and also visit many museums and parks.
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GSOM EMC 2018 Organizing Committee:
Tel: +7 (812) 323-84-53, +7 (812) 323-84-64
Eleonora V. Shmeleva
Anastasiia Y. Pleshkova
Alena A. Mityaeva
Olesya V. Bandalyuk