Welcome to Future of Europe 9th Edition 2018:

The first draft of the Agenda for 9th Edition of International Conference Future of can be downloaded here.

The Faculty of International Business and Economics of the Bucharest University of Economic Studies is organizing the seventh edition of The Future of Europe International Conference in partnership with Romanian Institute of Economic Forecasting, European Institute of Romania, Institute for World Economy, Victor Slavescu Centre for Financial and Monetary Research of the Romanian Academy and Romanian Society for Economics.

Call for Papers (second) for this edition can be downloaded here.

Conference aims and objectives:
Against the background of developments within the European Union, the conference aims at bringing together scholars from all over the world to present papers and debate ideas covering a wide spectrum of economic issues: general theory and policy, from both interdisciplinary and core epistemological areas, qualitative and quantitative methodology and modelling with particular emphasis on money and banking, financial markets, business cycles and economic crises, business and government ethics, corporate social responsability, public and private regulatory frameworks, along with dedicated approaches coming from the field of business communication and multiculturalism.

Important dates:
International Conference Future of Europe (FoE) is held between 22 and 23 November, 2018 at the Bucharest University of Economic Sciences, Bucharest, Romania. This conference is organized by Faculty of International Business and Economics for academics and professionals from related fields from all over the world.

Participants are invited to submit papers for the following panels of the conference:

- The new challenges of the European Union governance co-chaired together with European Institute of Romania
-  Business across the Europe co-chaired together with Institute for World Economy
- Addressing Corporate Social Responsibility and Risk Management in Europe
- Finance and banking in the European Union co-chaired together with Victor Slavescu Centre for Financial and Monetary Research
- Survival of the European Union
co-chaired together with Romanian Society for Economics
- Family as Economic Resource in the European Union (new)
- Diasporas, Homes and Hybridity


Special Tracks proposed this year:
Singular events and economic analysis
organized by Romanian Society for Economic Philosophy

A short description of panels can downloaded here.

Participants are welcomed to propose and to organize their own panel, if there are relevant papers related to it. PhD candidates are encouraged to join the conference tracks too. The papers submitted to the conference will be double blind reviewed by Scientific Commitee members and will be published in the Conference Volume as working paper (could be published later in a journal after revision). Only presented papers will be submitted to the journals associated to the FoE Conference (see the section with journals that are associated to FoE Conference this year).
Mail us: foeconference@gmail.com