MIRDEC 2016, Conference on Social, Economics, Business and Educational Science, Budapest, 24-26 May, 2016
Demography and Population- Migration studies, demography,
population studies, etc.
Economics – micro, macro, economic growth, fiscal and monetary
policy, managerial, international, financial, public, regulatory,
environmental, development, agricultural, natural resources, climate
change, knowledge, etc.
Environment - environment economics, fiscal policy for protecting
environment, green production, sustainable growth, natural resource,etc.
management, climate change, macro-micro issues in environment studies.
European Union- EU crisis, monetary union, enlargement process of
EU, tax harmonization in EU, fighting tax competition in EU, etc.
European Union- EU energy policy, competitivenes, etc.
European Union- EUsocial policy, fighting unemployment, income
European Union- EU migration, Understanding migrants and asylum
in European Union, European migrant crisis, refugee crisis, social
reflections of Syria crisis to EU area, etc.
European Union- Cooperation for improving EU, etc.
European Union- EU environment policy and resource efficiency, etc.
European Union- EU relations with third party countries, etc.
Education - research&development in education, technology and education, education strategies for different age groups, life time
education, pedagogy, learning and teaching, educational psychology, curriculum and instruction, e-learning, virtual learning, global internet courses, blended learning, flipped, pathway, enabling, work integrated learning, executive training, training and development, educational leadership, etc.
Entrepreneurship – product, innovation, social, political, knowledge, etc.
corporate venturing, digital media, etc.
Finance – corporate, international, green finance, financial reporting, public finance, financial markets, financial services, financial instruments, capital movements, government budget, etc.
International Business – culture and business, regional-global business, entry modes, strategy, expansion, mergers & acquisitions, trade, franchising strategies, etc.
Management – human resources, cultural problems in labor mobilization, international human resource, mobility of human resource, business, cross cultural, corporate governance, financial resources, gender issues, technological resources, natural resources, knowledge, etc.
Marketing – new media, social media marketing strategies, international, consumer research, market research, policy research, sales research, pricing research, distribution, advertising, packaging, product, media, etc.
Philology and Language Studies: historical study of language, aspects and research of speech production, transmission, and reception, linguistics, etc.
Social Business – Socially responsible enterprise, environmentally conscious enterprise, non-government institutional activities, globalization and social business, care programs, etc.
Social Sciences – anthropology, communication studies, new communication in new world order, demography, development studies, information and communication studies, international studies, journalism, library science, human geography, history, law, political science, public administration, psychology, sociology, etc.
Tourism – developing sustainable tourism destinations sustaining culture and history: tourism and heritage preservation,
tourism economics, tourism policies, hospitality, tourism management and marketing, tourism planning and regional development, protected areas and tourism, etc.
We are now accepting submissions in any areas related to Business and Social Sciences fields, and all submissions will be refered, and accepted papers will be included in the official conference proceedings with an assigned ISBN number.
With the keynote speech of Prof. Eva Orosz, the Vice-Rector for Education at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest.
MIRDEC 2016, Conference on Social, Economics, Business and Educational Science invites academics, independent scholars, researchers, postgraduates and experts from around the world to meet and exchange the latest ideas and to discuss issues concerning Social, Economic, Business and Educational Sciences fields towards sustainable development.
While MIRDEC Budapest 2015 invites papers in all areas of social, economic, business and educational sciences submissions in the following areas are highly encouraged:
With the keynote speech of Prof. Erzsebet Kovacs, the Dean of Faculty of Economics, Corvinus University, Budapest.
With the keynote speech of Professor László Andor. Professor Andor, Corvinus University, Hertie School of Governance, ULB will be with us at Budapest with his speech on "The next steps of EMU reform and the case for Eurozone unemployment insurance”" .
Accounting – auditing, business, social and environmental Business – SMEs, MNEs, strategy, responsibility in accounting and accountants, environmental, sustainable and responsible business, IFRS, public-private cooperation in sound accounting, global trends in accounting strategies, international audit standards ·
Business&Enterprise– business cycles, business planning, supporting SME, policies to promoting SME, e-commerce, women entrepreneurs education and development, strategic integration between innovation & entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship in developing countries, corporate and social entrepreneurship, leveraging digital skills for innovation in the society, high tech, research&development enterprises
"Dr. Benish Chaudhry will be at Budapest with her keynote speech on “Changes in economies due to migration- A micro level analysis".