Call for Papers
16th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
Association of Economic Universities
of South and Eastern Europe and the Black Sea Region (ASECU)
GLOBAL SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHALLENGES AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Novosibirsk State University
of Economics and Management (NSUEM)
November 19, 2020
International Scientific Committee
Aleksandr Novikov, Novosibirsk State University of Economics and Management, RUSSIA
Vladimir Glinskiy, Novosibirsk State University of Economics and Management, RUSSIA
Eduard Gerhardt, Coburg University of Applied Sciences and Arts, GERMANY
Vesselin Blagoev, Varna University of Management, BULGARIA
Grigoris Zarotiadis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, GREECE
Oleg Bodyagin, Rostov State University of Economics, Rostov-on-Don, RUSSIA
Leonid Nakov, St. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, NORTH MACEDONIA
Fatmir Memaj, University of Tirana, ALBANIA
Dejan Mikerevic, University of Banja Luka, BOSNIA and HERZEGOVINA
Pascal Zhelev, University of National and World Economy, BULGARIA
Vesna Karadzic, University of Montenegro, Podgorica, MONTENEGRO
Zaklina Stojanovic, University of Belgrade, SERBIA
Bogdan Wierzbinski, University of Rzeszow, POLAND
Stilianos Fountas, South Eastern Europe Journal of Economics, ASECU, University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, GREECE
|Assoc. Prof. Andrey Makartsev, PhD, Chairman
||Prof. Sergey Filatov, PhD
|Assoc. Prof. Pavel Novgorodov, PhD
||Prof. Svetlana Ilyinykh, PhD
|Assoc. Prof. Dmitry Savchenko, PhD
||Prof. Larisa Nyurenberger, PhD
|Assoc. Prof. Nikolay Anokhin, PhD
||Assoc. Prof. Maria Krasnova, PhD
|Assoc. Prof. Vladimir Melnikov, PhD
||Assoc. Prof. Lyudmila Koyava, PhD
|Assoc. Prof. Andrey Pestunov, PhD
||Assoc. Prof. Lyubov Shadrina, PhD
|Assoc. Prof. Sergey Tereschenko, PhD
||Ms. Elena Klimkina
|Assoc. Prof. Gennady Lyaskin, PhD
||Mr. Dmitry Kalinin
|Assoc. Prof. Tatyana Gromoglasova, PhD
||Ms. Melina Petromelidou,
Head of ASECU office
The 16th ASECU International Scientific Conference aims to act as a platform for exchange of cutting-edge research among academics, policy makers, and practitioners from industry working in all major areas of economic and social development focused on countries from South and Eastern Europe and the Black Sea Region.
The conference covers various tracks and topics that address broad issues relevant to economic development of South and Eastern Europe and the Black Sea Region, thus facilitating informed policymaking in the region.
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DIMENSIONS
EDUCATION AND HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT
Economic and Social Measures of the Sustainable Development
Digital Transformation of Economics: International and Regional Experience
Science, Education and Business: Strategy of Integrational Cooperation
Universities Management Models in 21th Century
Regional Economic and Social Development
Development of Intellectual and Human Capital
Role of the Small and Middle Business in National Economics
Innovations and Drivers of the Tourism Business Growth
Problems and Perspectives of the Bank Area Development
Past and Future of Audit and Accounting
Legal Framework For Sustainable Regional Development
Authors are invited to submit papers which feature conceptual and empirical findings based on original research, share policy experiences, innovative initiatives and good practices on the indicative topics. Papers that do not entirely fall into the conference tracks but are relevant to the economic and social development of South and Eastern Europe and the Black Sea Region will be also accepted.
Submitted papers will be peer-reviewed and those which are approved will be included into the Conference Proceedings with ISSN indexation. .
Official language of the conference: English.
The Conference format: online on the ZOOM platform.
Abstract submission deadline 12th October 2020
Notification of abstract acceptance 19th October 2020
Full paper submission deadline 3rd November 2020
Notification of paper acceptance 12th November2020
Fee payment deadline 16 th November2020
Issue of the Conference program 16 th November2020
Conference sessions: 19 th November2020
* or upon request
Participant 50 EUR*
Participant from ASECU member institution free of charge
* 20% VAT included
Payments & Invoices (in EUR)
INTERMEDIARY BANK: COMMERZBANK, FRANKFURT-AM-MAIN, GERMANY
BANK OF BENEFICIARY: Public Joint-Stock Company “Bank Otkritie Financial Corporation”, MOSCOW, RUSSIA.
BENEFICIARY: Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “Novosibirsk State University of Economics and Management “NINH”
ACCOUNT No.: 40503978000030000006
Payment details: “Name, Surname, Conference Fee ASECU 2020, including VAT 20%”.
Inquiry for the invoice: firstname.lastname@example.org or during the registration process.
The Organizing Committee recommends to use a Paper Formatting Instruction (Annex 1) and the the template for formatting the full paper (Annex 2).
Abstract files should be named after the corresponding author, with letter “A” at the end (Example: marijan_cingulaA.doc). Full Paper files should be named after the corresponding author, with letter “P” at the end (Example: marijan_cingulaP.doc).
Abstracts and publications filed in accordance with the given requirements are to be sent to the e-mail of the conference email@example.com within the prescribed time limit.
Abstract and paper submission details: https://asecu2020.nsuem.ru
Contact person: Dr. Maria Krasnova
Office phone: +7 383 243-94-27
Mobile phone: +7 913 069 5846
Word Document and General Paper Information
- All papers must be in Microsoft® Word (.doc or .docx). Margins must be set at 2.5 cm from top, bottom, and sides (A4-size).
- Papers should be no longer than 10 pages including references, figures, tables, and appendices. Papers should be as concise as the subject and research method
- Papers should be written in standard
- The Organizing Committee encourages use of gender-neutral
- Please, be aware that papers in a technically unsuitable form will be returned for retyping (re- formatting).
Abstract, Keywords and Paper Text Page
The first page of the paper should contain the following information in the same consecutive order: title, first name and family name of the author (and co-authors), an abstract, keywords, and JEL code(s). The text of the paper starts below the JEL code(s). It is preferable that the submitted text consists of an introduction, discussion of the relevant literature, explanation of the methodology, data use and sources, description of the results, and a conclusion.
Pagination. All pages, including references and appendices, are to be serially numbered.
Numbers. Spell out numbers from one to ten, except when used in tables and lists, and when used with mathematical, statistical, scientific, or technical units and quantities, such as distances, weights and measures. For example: three days; 3 kilometers; 30 years. All other numbers are expressed numerically.
Percentages. In nontechnical copy use the word percent in the text, e.g., “We find that
approximately 28 percent of the sample has a new CEO.”; in tables and figures, the symbol % is used, e.g., 28%.
Mathematical Notation. Mathematical notation should be employed only where its rigor and precision are necessary, and in such circumstances authors should explain the principal operations performed in narrative format. Notation should be avoided in footnotes. Use standard mathematical notation and symbols.
Equations. Equations should be consecutively numbered in parentheses flush with the right-hand margin.
Footnotes. Footnotes are not used for documentation (citations). Textual footnotes should be used only for extensions and useful excursions of information that, if included in the body of the text, might disrupt its continuity. Footnotes must be inserted using the “Footnote” feature in Microsoft® Word. Footnote callouts are to be formatted as Arabic numerals.
Tables and Figures. Tables/figures appear in the paper as close to the first mention of the table/figure as possible. A reference of each table/figure must be made in the text.
For the figures (graphics) – use an Arabic number and a complete title (under the figure).
For the tables – use an Arabic number and a complete title (above the table). The source of the data in the table should be indicated under the table.
CITATIONS AND REFERENCES
Use the APA (American Psychological Association) in-text and reference list citations. Easy to use APA Format Citation Guide is available at https://www.mendeley.com/guides/apa-citation- guide.
In-text citations are made using an author-date format. Cited works must correspond to the works listed in the “References” section. Authors should make an effort to include the relevant page numbers in the in-text citations.
Every paper must include a “References” section that contains only those works cited within the text. Each entry should contain all information necessary for unambiguous identification of the published work.
The sources in non-Latin script (e.g., Cyrillic, Greek, etc.) must be transliterated (that is, converted to the alphabet you are using to write a paper), and then followed by an English translation, in brackets. Example: Najm, Y. (1966). Al-qissah fi al-adab Al-Arabi al-hadith [The novel in modern Arabic literature]. Beirut: Dar Al-Thaqafah.
This is a Sample of the Format of Your Full Paper
(Times New Roman 14pt, Bold, Centered)
First Name and Family Name of the Author
First Name and Family Name of the Co-author(s)
(Times New Roman 12pt, Bold, Centered)
ABSTRACT: The abstract (up to 300 words) should concisely inform the reader of the paper topic, its methods, and its findings. Avoid abbreviations, diagrams, and references to the text in the abstract. Use 10pt size Times New Roman and single space for the abstract.
Keywords: 3-5 keywords, Times New Roman 10pt, italic, justified, in alphabetical order, separated by commas.
JEL Classifications: 1-5 JEL code(s) – see https://www.aeaweb.org/econlit/jelCodes.php?view=jel, Times New Roman 10pt, italic, justified, in order of relevance, separated by commas.
Text of paper starts here. Normal text of the paper, Times New Roman 12pt, 1.5 line spacing, justified. First paragraph of the section should not be indented.
Second and following paragraphs of the section should be indented.
First-level headings are to be arranged so that major headings are centered, bold, and capitalized. Second-level headings are flush left, bold, and both uppercase and lowercase. Third-level headings are flush left, bold, italic, and both uppercase and lowercase. See below for the correct formatting:
A CENTERED, BOLD, ALL CAPITALIZED, FIRST-LEVEL HEADING
A Flush Left, Bold, Uppercase and Lowercase, Second-Level Heading
A Flush Left, Bold, Italic, Uppercase and Lowercase, Third-Level Heading
 Academic position, organization (institution) which the author is affiliated with, address for correspondence, and email address (Times New Roman 10pt, justified).
 Academic position, organization (institution) which the co-author is affiliated with, address for correspondence, and email address (Times New Roman 10pt, justified).