Location: Transilvania University of Brasov at International Conference Centre.
The purpose of the SEA international scientific conference is to enable the academia, research, and corporate entities to boost the potential of the “Sharing, Empower, Awareness” environments, by providing a forum for exchange of ideas, research outcomes, business case and technical achievements.
The central theme of SEA 13.0 is “Economic Experiences”.
There are two steps (Submission and Registration) and important deadlines you must meet. Review the steps and deadlines very carefully, and familiarize yourself with the admissions requirements pertaining to each (see ”Important dates” menu). If you have questions about the application process or about the Conference, please contact us at info @ seaopenresearch.eu
Authors should submit a paper in English, French or Romanian, carefully checked for correct grammar and spelling, addressing one or several of the conference areas or topics. Even if the article is written in French or Romanian, the title, the abstract and keywords will be translated into English.
2. Registration types
A – Registration with manuscript publication
A1. One or more authors attend the conference for oral presentation of their article.
A2. You can disseminate your article during the Conference without you being present, through a poster or a video.
A3. You do not attend the conference and have chosen only the publication of the article
B – Registration without manuscript publication
3. Registration as a presenter.
4. Registration as a listener.
Manuscripts describing original work are invited in any of the areas listed below. Acceptance will be based on quality, relevance and originality. Both full research reports and work-in-progress reports are welcome. There will be both oral and poster sessions.
Each of these topic areas is expanded below but the sub-topics list is not exhaustive. Papers may address one or more of the listed sub-topics, although authors should not feel limited by them. Unlisted but related sub-topics are also acceptable.
The conference is particularly focused, but not limited to the following dimensions in:
Economics: International economics, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Empirical investigation, History of Economics, European Integration, Criticisms of assumptions, Economic Informatics (e.g. Financial Economics, Economic Engineering, Political Economics, Health Economics, Peace & War Economics, Business Economics, Environmental Economics, Sustainable Development & Economic Growth, Household Economics, Food Security, Agriculture and Aquaculture, Accounting, Reporting and Performance Measurement, Public and Private Pension Provision, Innovation & technology, Agricultural Economics & Agribusiness etc. )
Management: Innovation Management, Change Management, Human Resource Management, Knowledge Management, Service Management, Auditing and Corporate Governance, Labor Management, Quality Management, Strategic Management, Project Management, Production Management, Logistics, Risk Management, Hospitals management, Management best practices;
Marketing, Commerce and Tourism: Marketing & International Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Trade and Investment Flows, The Economics of Hospitality
Socio-Economic Studies and Multiculturalism: Sociology; Psychology; Communication studies; Anthropology; Religious Studies; Arts; Literature; Linguistics; Education; Philosophy; Political Science; Medicine; Human geography; History; Law; Design;
The SEA conference constantly promotes original articles of basic research outcomes, experimental development, case studies and best practices, critical analysis and discussions, statistics, assessments and forecasts on Sharing, Empower and Awareness environments.
We encourage authors to publish one of the following types of articles: empirical studies, literary analysis, theoretical articles, methodological articles, case studies, book reviews, comments, views and replies on previously published articles.
Papers should be submitted on the SEA Open Research platform (http://seaopenresearch.eu). More details on “Publishing – Submission” menu. Accepted full papers, after a double blind peer-review, will be published.
Professor Dumitru Zaiț, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași, Romania
Associate Professor Constantin Duguleană, Transilvania University of Brașov, Romania
Professor Claude Martin, Université Pierre Mendès France de Grenoble, France
Professor Ludmila Sterbova, University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic
Professor Tawfiq Rkibi, Rector Universidade Europeia, Lisboa, Portugal
Professor Stanka Tonkova, University of National and World Economy, Bulgaria
Professor Blandine Vanderlinden, ICHEC Brussels Management School, Belgium
Professor Maria Bedrule-Grigoruţă, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași, Romania
Professor Constantin Sasu, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași, Romania
Professor Ioan Petrișor, Vest University of Timișoara, Romania
Professor Adriana Manolică, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași, Romania
Associate Professor Constantin Necula, Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Romania
Associate Professor Florin Alexandru Luca, Gheorghe Asachi Technical University of Iaşi, Romania
Associate Professor Irina Teodora Manolescu, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași, Romania
Associate Professor Silvius Stanciu, Dunărea de Jos University of Galați, Romania
Associate Professor Ovidiu Aurel Ghiuță, Ștefan cel Mare University of Suceava, Romania
Associate Professor Silvia Făt, University of Bucharest, Romania
Editor-in-Chief: Dan Serghie
Members of the Organization Committee:
Assistant Editor: Diana Aramă
Assistant Editor: Adina Roxana Munteanu
Assistant Editor: Vlad Asoltanei
Assistant Editor: Cristian Marin
Phase 1: Abstract Submission & Conference Registration: October 15, 2017
Phase 2: Manuscript Submission: November 1st, 2017
Early Submission: June 01,2017
Early Ragistration: June 05, 2017
Standard Submission: September 26, 2017
Standard Registration: September 28, 2017
1. Abstract submision (http://seaopenresearch.eu/abstract-submission/)
2. Follow the status of your submitted abstract by e-mail provided by you at the submission
3. If the abstract is accepted, pay the conference fee (”Fees” menu from Conference Page: http://seaopenresearch.eu/job/sea13/)
4. Conference participation (with or without manuscript: http://seaopenresearch.eu/registration/)
Mandatory Rules in “Conferences – Registration” menu
1. Prepare your manuscript for submission
2. Submit your complete manuscript
3. Follow the status of your submitted manuscript by e-mail provided by you at the submission
Mandatory Rules and Online Submission Form in “Publishing – Submission” menu
Notification of Acceptance/ Rejection of papers will be sent by e-mail and by “Accepted Manuscripts” menu on the homepage of the Conference website. Note: Authors will make the Conference fee payment only after paper confirmation message.
Valid values for abstracts and articles submitted starting on September 29, 2017:
|#||Starting on September 26, 2017|
|Conference Registration (Phase 1)||25 EUR|
|Manuscript Publication (Phase 2)||65 EUR|
Valid values for submitted articles by date of September 28, 2017:
|#||EARLY Paper Submission||STANDARD Paper Submission|
|SEA Researchers Active*||65 EUR (Publication & Registration)||65 EUR (Publication & Registration)|
|Professionals Authors*||70 EUR (Publication & Registration)||90 EUR (Publication & Registration)|
|PhD Candidate Authors*||65 EUR (Publication & Registration)||90 EUR (Publication & Registration)|
|Only for Presenters*||50 EUR (Registration)||50 EUR (Registration)|
|Listeners*||50 EUR (Registration)||50 EUR (Registration)|
Author: Make a presentation on the conference and the paper will be published on the journals.
SEA Researcher: Has a complete and valid account (LIST) and published in one of the affiliated SEA journals in current or previous year (LIST)
Presenter: Make a presentation on the conference without paper publishing.
Listener: Participating in the conference only without neither presentation nor paper publication.
1. Voucher 3/4 TEAM Discounts.
Save money by registering multiple members at a substantial discount.
Participants wishing to register a group of at least 4 articles in the conference, can pay only three registration fees in the following conditions:
– 4 papers have a different first author;
– Request Voucher 3/4 to be used at the registration must be made in advance directly on the coordinates: Alexandra STANCIU – alexandra @ seaopenresearch.eu
2. Vouchers for FREE publish or attend.
To register for an upcoming event you can register the Affiliaton Program Vouchers to either partly or entirely cover the participation / publishing of your own article.
The Romanian Foundation for Business Intelligence:
– IBAN RON: RO74BACX0000000592856001 Unicredit Bank, CIF 28282564
– IBAN EURO: RO47BACX0000000592856002 Unicredit Bank, Swift BACXROBU, CIF 28282564;
More info in Registration Menu.
For submitting your manuscript in order to be published in an academic journal or in the conference proceedings, please observe the paper template and the specified conditions of entry and typing ( http://seaopenresearch.eu/submission/ ).
I. Academic Journals
Valuable articles will be published in our supporting journals, according to the specifics of each publication:
1. Cross-cultural Management Journal
2. Management Intercultural
Biannual journals of culture management
Cross-Cultural Management Journal & Management Intercultural
Periodicity: 2 times a year
Access: free online access
ISSN–L Cross-Cultural Management Journal (English): 2286 – 0452
ISSN-L Management Intercultural (Romanian, French and other francophone languages): 1454-9980
Online English Journal: http://cmj.bxb.ro
Online Francophone Journal: http://mi.bxb.ro
CMJ is supporting the need for intercultural collaboration of the private sector, the academic and the administrative one.
Our mission is to create a platform for collaborative research and practical application of research results in which the entire academic community but also the economic sector, feel welcome. In this context, we encourage the creation of bridges between different spheres of knowledge by creating an intercultural awareness.
With articles on a wide range of topics like intercultural and inter-organizational innovation, elements of management theory, policies & human resources management, entrepreneurship &
international business anthropology, intercultural mixing performance, intercultural knowledge management, intercultural training methodology, the Cross-Cultural Management Journal is captivating the readers.
The first edition of the Journal of “Management Intercultural” (MI) appeared in late 1999, in December, under the supervision of prof. Dumitru Zait, the founder of the journal. The Journal has been published biannually and uninterruptedly since 1999 so far and it is run by Prof. Univ. Dr. Dumitru Zait (“Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University, leader of the Romanian economic higher education).
MI is published exclusively in Romanian and French. The journal hosts articles written by authors coming from the academic and the business sector or from the administrative field.
Cross-cultural mixing performance
Cross-cultural knowledge management
Cross-cultural communication and relationship management
Cross-cultural aspects in interorganizational collaboration
Cross-cultural training methodology
Studies in theology, ethics and culture
Cross-cultural and interorganizational innovation
Diversity, values and norms of work: cultural foundations
Policies & human resources management, professional identity
Elements of management theory
Entrepreneurship and international business
Business and intercultural relations
Literary studies, Applied modern languages and Communication
Arts, Education & Humanities
3. SEA – Practical Application of Science
A bridge between theoreticians and practitioners by the instrumentality of inter-, trans-, multi-, and crossdisciplinary approaches.
Periodicity: 3 times a year
Access: free online access
ISSN-L: 2360 – 2554
Language in which the articles can be written: English
Online English version: http://spas.seaopenresearch.eu
The Journal encourages trans- and multidisciplinary scientific research that contributes to broadening the horizon of knowledge. One of the main objectives of the journal is to create a unity between theory and the empirical aspect and translate theoretical perception of science to the applied as a practical and useful part in the organizations and socio-economic environment.
Cross- and interdisciplinary approaches. Interdisciplinarity involves the combining of two or more academic disciplines into one research project. It is about creating something new by crossing boundaries, and thinking across them. It is related to an interdiscipline or an interdisciplinary field, which is an organizational unit that crosses traditional boundaries between academic disciplines or schools of thought, as new needs and professions emerge.
3.1. ECONOMIC EXPERIENCES.
Economics: International economics, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Empirical investigation, History of Economics, European Integration, Criticisms of assumptions, Economic Informatics;
Management: Innovation Management, Change Management, Human Resource Management, Knowledge Management, Service Management, Corporate Governance, Labor Management, Quality Management, Strategic Management, Project Management, Production Management, Logistics, Management best practices;
Marketing and Commerce;
3.2. APPLIED AND FORMAL SCIENCES.
Engineering: Aerospace, Agricultural, Biological, Biomedical, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Genetic, Industrial, Mechanical, Nuclear, Robotics;
Applied Mathematics, Mathematical logic, Mathematical statistics;
3.3. HEALTH AND MEDICAL MANAGEMENT.
Handling electronic medical records;
Managing hospital networks;
Administrative aspects of healthcare management;
Patients data managements;
Application of information technology in managing various types of patient and other data;
Management of equipment;
Cleaning and Disinfection Management;
Patient monitoring etc.
3.4. SOCIAL AND NATURAL SCIENCES.
3.5. TOURISM, SPORT AND LEISURE.
Is a branch of the social sciences that focuses on understanding and analyzing leisure. Recreation, sport and tourism are common topics of leisure research.
Tourism and Leisure Studies;
Sport and Education;
3.6. ARTS, EDUCATION & HUMANITIES.
4. Network Intelligence Studies
Bianual Journal of a Collaborative and Innovative conscience
The Science of Collaborative and Innovative potential
Periodicity: 3 times a year
Access: free online access
ISSN-L: 2344 – 1712
Language in which the articles can be written: English
Online English version: http://nis.bxb.ro
The “Network Intelligence Studies” journal is supporting the needs of collaboration for individuals, commercial organizations, faculties, ONG’s, communities, in order to generate valuable and innovative results for humanity as a whole.
We welcome submissions based on all methodological, applied or theoretical aspects; and we are especially interested in receiving papers that meet the following topics:
• Science, Technology and Innovation Studies;
• Systems, Services & Design;
• Open and Distributed Innovation;
• Sharing Economy, Interorganizational Innovation;
• Business Model Innovation;
• Diffusion of Innovation
• Future of Cities
5. Law, Society & Organisations
Bilingual periodical publishing cutting edge research in the broad field of law, society and organisations scholarship.
Periodicity: 2 times a year
Access: free online access
ISSN-L: 2537 – 477X
Language in which the articles can be written: English & Romanian
Rooted in the innovative FRIA (Romanian Foundation for Business Intelligence) actions, LSO explores the intersection of law and sociology, economics, cultural studies, literature, political science, criminology, history, human rights, gender studies and political economy.
Our Journal aims to become a prestigious forum for interdisciplinary debate, both at theoretical and practical research addressing relevant issues at national, regional and international level.
I. The articles and case notes are designed to have the widest appeal to those interested in the law – whether as practitioners, judges or managers and adminstrators – and to provide an opportunity for them to keep abreast of new ideas, newly enacted legislation and the proposals for legal reform.
II. II. LSO seeks to promote and publish original research on law and normative orders understood as social phenomena. LSO strives to enhance the understanding of the complex connections between law, culture, social structure and society by focusing on social scientific studies of law and law-like systems of rules, institutions, processes, and behaviors.
LSO explores the relationship between human behavior and the law, the legal system, and the legal process. Coverage spans criminal justice, law, psychology, sociology, psychiatry, political science, education, communication, and other areas.
III. LSO offers an outlet for high-quality empirical and theoretical scholarly work at the intersection of law, economics and accounting. This includes research examining how law and regulation affect the structure, governance, performance, and function of organisations (firms, institutions, networks etc.) and markets that comprise the financial system. This interdisciplinary research area is referred to as “law and organisations” although relevant work comes from scholars whose principal home may be in accounting, economics or political science.
Journals are indexed BDI. For more information, please visit the journal websites.
II. Conference Proceedings
The proceedings will be available on the conference website and will be sent for indexation in THOMSON REUTERS database (in Conference Proceedings Citation Index). Manuscripts should be written only in English.
Pay attention if you choose the ISI Proceedings for indexing your article within Conference Proceedings Citation Index from Thompson Reuters academic database:
- This indexing is a long process (sometimes about 2 years) and the deadline cannot be influenced by our Editorial Department.
- The articles are going through a double process of selection. Firstly, The Scientific Council of the Conference will approve and evaluate it and later, by the Council that applies the rigors of accepting the work within the academic database Thomson Reuters.
- If the second evaluation rejects the articles, evaluation that can take place after a year, the authors can choose only in that moment to redirect for publication their work elsewere .
- In order to be sent to the academic database Thomson Reuters for indexing in Conference Proceedings Citation Index, it is mandatory to present the article within the works of the conference (one or more authors attend the conference for oral presentation of their article).
- We remind you that the articles published in the collective volumes of the Conference cannot replace the articles published in the scientific journals indexed in international data bases recognized internationally (the case of the journals SEA, NIS, CMJ and MI).
III. Academic platform
Publish your working papers on our academic platform at network.seaopenresearch.eu. This platform brings together researchers and enables them to exchange and communicate academic research.
|S13.010||1-Nov-17||Alina-Costina LUCA, Adriana SOUSSIA, Daniela LUCA||Medicine||Academic Journal||MANAGEMENT OF THE ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION IN PEDIATRIC POPULATION|
|S13.011||1-Jun-17||Constantin ANGHELACHE, Mădălina, Gabriela ANGHEL||Economics||Proceedings||ANALYSIS OF THE EVOLUTION OF THE GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT OF ROMANIA USING DEFLATED DATA|
|S13.012||15-Jul-17||Ahmed SALAMA||Economics||Academic Journal||HOW LITERACY AFFECTS ON UNEMPLOYMENT AMONG DIFFERENT AGE GROUPS IN PALESTINE|
|S13.013||15-Jul-17||Ahmed SALAMA||Economics||Academic Journal||DAILY WAGES COMPARISON FOR WAGE EMPLOYEES IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR IN PALESTINE|
|S13.014||25-Aug-17||Anca Maria CLIPA, Sorina POSTOLEA||Marketing||Academic Journal||INVESTIGATING WHAT ROMANIAN IT RECRUITERS AND EMPLOYEES VALUE WHEN THEY NEGOTIATE EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS|
|S13.015||25-Aug-17||Cezar Corneliu MANDA||Sociology||Academic Journal||THE CONSOLIDATION OF THE CULTURAL SECTOR: GOOD PRACTICES IN THE EUROPEAN LEGAL CONTEXT|
|S13.016||25-Aug-17||Jutit OLÁH, Mónika HARANGI-RAKOS, József POPP||Management||Academic Journal||INNOVATIVE DEVELOPMENT OF WAREHOUSE TECHNOLOGY|
|S13.017||25-Aug-17||Judit OLÁH, Domicián MÁTÉ, József POPP||Management||Academic Journal||AN EXAMINATION OF SERVITIZATION AS A BREAKTHROUGH SUCCESS FACTOR ALONG THE SUPPLY CHAIN|
|S13.018||7-Aug-17||Florin POPESCU||Management||Academic Journal||ANALYSIS OF FORECASTING METHODS FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF EARLY WARNING CONCEPT IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT|
|S13.019||30-Aug-17||Ioana Ancuța IANCU||Economics||Academic Journal||DEVELOPMENT AND COMPETITIVENESS BETWEEN FINANCIAL INVESTMENTS SERVICES COMPANIES (1995-2016)|
|S13.020||31-Aug-17||Cristina Elena NICOLESCU, Ioana Teodora BITOIU, Crina Ramona RADULESCU||Economics||Academic Journal||GOOD PRACTICES FOR SUSTAINABLE URBAN FOOD POLICIES|
|S13.021||1-Sep-17||Afrodita BORMA||Economics||Academic Journal||FOOD WASTE – A GLOBAL PROBLEM|
|S13.022||1-Sep-17||Georgiana-Loredana FRECEA, Constantin SCHIPOR||Economics||Academic Journal||CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY – THE ROMANIAN BANKING SECTOR PERSPECTIVE|
|S13.023||8-Sep-17||Ahmed SALAMA||Economics||Academic Journal||ANALYSIS OF UNEMPLOYMENT CHALLENGES IN PALESTINE BETWEEN 2000 AND 2015|
|S13.024||29-Sep-17||Oana Simona HUDEA||Economics||Academic Journal||FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENTS. HOW MUCH YOU CAN GET|
|S13.025||29-Sep-17||Oana Simona HUDEA||Economics||Academic Journal||METHODS TO QUANTIFY THE UNDERGROUND ECONOMY|
|S13.026||30-Sep-17||Anton Petrisor PARLAGI||Political science||Academic Journal||VOCATIONS, INTELLIGENCE AND POLITICAL COMPETENCE|
|S13.027||2-Oct-17||Oana Ramona GLONT||Economics||Academic Journal||ECONOMIC DIPLOMACY IN THE ERA OF GLOBALIZATION, NATIONAL SECURITY AND ITS IMPACT ON SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT|
|S13.028||31-Oct-17||Teodora Monica FULGA||Management||Academic Journal||THE PERCEPTION OF YOUNG PEOPLE ABOUT THE CITIZENS’ INITIATIVE TO REVISE THE CONSTITUTION FOR REDEFINING THE FAMILY|
|S13.029||5-Oct-17||Letitia DURNEA||Education||Academic Journal||THINKING IN PAREMIOLOGY|
|S13.030||16-Oct-17||Andreescu MARIUS, Andra PURAN, Claudia ANDREESCU||Law||Academic Journal||THE CONSTITUTIONAL PRINCIPLE OF EQUALITY – LEGAL SIGNIFICANCE AND SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS|
|S13.031||5-Nov-17||Dragos DINCA, Cătălin Daniel DUMITRICĂ||Management||Proceedings||REDUCING THE COSTS OF PUBLIC EXPENDITURES|
|S13.032||Andrea GERGELY, Andrea RÓZSA||Management||INVESTIGATION OF EQUITY RISK PREMIUM IN HUNGARIAN FOOD INDUSTRY|
|S13.033||Roxana Georgiana HOLCĂ-NISTOR||Political science||THE EUROPEAN UNION IN CRISIS: FROM BREXIT TO CATALONIA’S INDEPENDENCE REFERENDUM|
|S13.034||Eugen N. POPESCU||Commerce and Tourism||TOURISM ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND ITS ECONOMIC IMPACT IN ROMANIA|
|S13.035||2-Nov-17||Angelica-Nicoleta NECULĂESEI (ONEA)||Management||Academic Journal||ETHNOMARKETING AND TRIBAL MARKETING – GENERAL ISSUES|
|S13.036||17-Oct-17||Magdalena VELCIU||Economics||Academic Journal||JOB MISMATCH – EFFECTS ON WORK PRODUCTIVITY|
|S13.037||1-Nov-17||Aida CATANĂ||Economics||Academic Journal||REGIONAL EFFECTS OF THE EU FUNDS ABSORPTION FOR EDUCATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE IN ROMANIA 2007-2013 PROGRAMMING PERIOD|
|S13.038||13-Oct-17||Shaher ALSHAMARI||Management||Academic Journal||ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE IN THE PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SECTOR IN QATAR|
|S13.039||29-Oct-17||Laura-Alexandra MORTURA, Daniel Petru VARTEIU, Andreea Elena DREGHICIU||Economics||Academic Journal||PROCEDURES AND TECHIQUES SPECIFIC TO CREATIVE ACCOUNTING USED IN REGISTERING THE EXCHANGE RATE DIFFERENCES|
|S13.040||Lucica SINTEA||Economics||FISCALITY IS ENGINE DEVELOPMENT OF PROGRESS OR REGRESSION OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES IN A SOCIETY|
|S13.041||1-Nov-17||Irina KANCHEVA||Marketing||Academic Journal||GENDER ROLE DISTRIBUTION IN RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE FAMILY DECISION MAKING|
|S13.042||14-Oct-17||H’oriya SOUIKI||Law||Academic Journal||COMPANIES GROUPING THEORY IN ALGERIAN AND COMPARATIVE LAW|
|S13.043||1-Nov-17||Csősz CSONGOR||Economics||Academic Journal||THE DIVIDEND RATE AT THE PREMIUM ENTITIES LISTED ON BSE|
|S13.044||31-Oct-17||Daniel Petru VARTEIU||Economics||Academic Journal||ACCOUNTING OF AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES AND EUROPEAN FUNDS|
|S13.045||Oana DUMITRASCU||Economics||THE ANALYSIS OF THE FEASIBILITY OF AN INVESTMENT|
|S13.046||14-Nov-17||Ioana GUTU, Inina MANOLESCU||Management||Academic Journal||THE PROFILE AND COMPETENCIES OF THE MANAGERS ACTING WITHIN THE NON-TRADITIONAL INSTITUTIONS|
|S13.047||6-Nov-17||Ioana GUTU||Management||Academic Journal||MANAGEMENT PECULIARITIES FOR THE PRACTICE OF BUSINESS DIPLOMACY|
|S13.048||Liliana HÎNCU||Marketing||Academic Journal||MARKETINGUL DESTINAȚIEI TURISTICE BUCOVINA|
|S13.049||Cristina MOCANU, Ana-Maria ZAMFIR||Sociology||Academic Journal||EARLY SCHOOL LEAVERS, SKILLS AND LABOR MARKET IN ROMANIA|
|S13.050||27-Oct-17||Daniela ICHIM, Andra ANDRONICIUC||Marketing||Academic Journal||ONLINE PROCUREMENT IN SME s|
|S13.051||Tatiana BULIMAGA, Carmen ARUȘTEI, Irina MANOLESCU||Management||DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS SUSTAINABILITY FROM UNIVERSITIES WITHIN STRUCTURAL CHANGE CONTEXT|
|S13.052||Margareta RUSU-TANASA||Management||WILL CLIMATE CHANGE CAUSE ENORMOUS SOCIAL COSTS FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN ROMANIA?|
|S13.053||13-Nov-17||Wioletta NOWAK||Economics||Academic Journal||THE FASTEST GROWING LEAST DEVELOPED COUNTRIES|
|S13.054||2-Nov-17||Dumitru-Daniel TINCU||Philosophy||Academic Journal||TWO DIFFERENT DISCOURSES: POLITICAL THEOLOGY AND POLITICAL RELIGION IN THE CONTEXT OF SECULARISATION|
|S13.055||2-Nov-17||Iuliana-Lăcrămioara TINCU||Political science||Academic Journal||PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR THE EUROPEAN UNION IN THE CURRENT CONTEXT: PRELIMINARY REMARKS|
|S13.056||Mihaela STET||Engineering||COMPATIBILITY WITH THE ENVIRONMENT OF THE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENTS|
|S13.057||Andrei-Mirel FLOREA||Management||THE ROLE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT|
|S13.058||1-Nov-17||Viorel POP||Economics||Academic Journal||THE BENEFITS OF HAVING LARGE RESERVOIRS OF PETROLEUM|
|S13.059||2-Nov-17||Radu-Daniel LOGHIN||Economics||Academic Journal||THE IMPACT OF AUDITOR AFFILIATION ON FINANCIAL STATEMENT RELEVANCE|
|S13.060||10-Nov-17||Larisa GAVRILĂ, George BASICA, Sorin IONESCU||Management||Academic Journal||SOFTWARE PRODUCTIZATION|
|S13.061||9-Nov-17||Emanuela Maria AVRAM||Marketing||Academic Journal||NEW FORMS OF INTERACTION IN HIGHER EDUCATION|
|S13.062||Iuliana Oana MIHAI, Riana RADU||Economics||A REVIEW OF ISSUES REGARDING TRANSFER PRICING IN ROMANIA|
|S13.063||2-Nov-17||Ionela MANIU, George Constantin MANIU, Bogdan NEAMTU||Medicine||Academic Journal||LEARNERS SATISFACTION FACTORS IN NEUROLOGY RELATED MOOCS|
|S13.064||Ciobanu GABRIELA, Maria HARJA, Florin Alexandru LUCA||Education||Academic Journal||MYPEERMENTOR INTERNATIONAL PROJECT FOR DISTANCE MENTORING GUIDANCE AIMED AT YOUTH WITH DISABILITIES|
|S13.065||–||Lucian A. BELASCU, Camelia A. BUDAC||Management||Academic Journal||THE SITUATION OF PUBLIC FUNDING OF ROMANIAN UNIVERSITIES: CHARACTERISTICS AND TENDENCIES|
|S13.066||2-Nov-17||Laurențiu STUPARIU, Ionela MANIU, George Constantin MANIU||Medicine||Academic Journal||ANALYSIS OF EPIDEMIOLOGICAL AND HEALTH-ECONOMIC INDICATORS IN CASE OF CHILDREN OCULAR TRAUMA|
|S13.067||Vasile-Lucian GOLDAN||History||THE CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY ACTION AND ITS IMPLICATIONS IN DEVELOPING THE DEMOCRATIC THINKING, A PRECURSOR OF THE EUROPEAN INTEGRATION|
|S13.068||Ana-Maria GOLDAN||Law||EUROPE OF THE POLITICS – EUROPE OF THE SPIRIT|
|S13.069||4-Nov-17||Ion Gr. IONESCU, Carmen Isabela MARCU||Economics||Academic Journal||THE FORMING OF ROMANIAN NATIONAL CAPITAL|
|S13.070||1-Nov-17||Cristina Anca COLIBABA, Irina GHEORGHIU, Anais COLIBABA||Education||Academic Journal||E-CLASSES PROJECT: PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF SCIENCE THROUGH FLIPPED CLASSES|
|S13.071||19-Oct-17||Alina HALLER||Economics||Academic Journal||ALTER-GLOBALISM AND DEVELOPMENT IN MIGRATION CONDITIONS. The case of an East European Country|
|S13.072||Petre BREZEANU, Silvia Paula TODOR, Rodica GHIUR||Economics||THE IMPACT OF VAT ON THE ECONOMY IN RELATION TO OTHER TAXES IN SOUTH EAST EUROPE|
|S13.073||1-Nov-17||Ștefan BUNEA||Education||Academic Journal||THE CONTRIBUTION OF ACCOUNTING DISCIPLINES TO DEVELOPING PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL SKILLS|
|S13.074||1-Nov-17||Luminiţa PĂIUŞAN, Marius BOIŢĂ, Boby COSTI, Adina Maria MOȚICA, Meda DECEBAL, Eduard AJTAY||Economics||Academic Journal||CREATIVE ACCOUNTING TECHNIQUES ON EQUITY AND LIABILITIES TO TOURISM ENTITIES|
|S13.075||6-Nov-17||Oana ȚUGULEA||Marketing||Proceedings||FACETS OF CITY BRAND PERSONALITY DIMENSIONS|
|S13.076||1-Nov-17||Alina-Costina LUCA, Daniela LUCA, Adriana SOUSSIA||Medicine||Academic Journal||MANAGEMENT OF MITRAL VALVE PROLAPSE IN PEDIATRIC POPULATION|
|S13.077||1-Nov-17||Alina Costina LUCA, Oana-Emma HORHOTA||Medicine||Academic Journal||CLINICAL AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL ASPECTS IN COARCTATION OF THE AORTA IN CHILDREN|
|S13.078||12-Nov-17||Claudia I. STOIAN (BOBALCA)||Marketing||Proceedings||EXPLORING ONLINE SATISFACTION FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF YOUNG MALE BUYERS OF APPAREL PRODUCTS|
|S13.079||Andreea-Clara MUNTEANU, Adrian VATAMANIUC||Management||Academic Journal||CONSIDERATIONS ON THE IMPACT OF UNETHICAL PRACTICES ON COMPLIANCE WITH EUROPEAN BUDGETARY PRINCIPLES|
|S13.080||Andreea-Clara MUNTEANU||Management||Academic Journal||TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER IN ROMANIA. A CENTENNIAL PERSPECTIVE.|
|S13.081||Raluca COSTACHE||Sport||Academic Journal||THE DYNAMICS OF THE WORLD RECORDS AND THE TOP 3 RANKINGS IN THE LAST 5 WORLD CUPS AND WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS OF WOMEN’S LONG JUMP|
|S13.082||Corina ŢIFREA, Raluca COSTACHE, Andreea IONEL||Sport||Academic Journal||MARKETING IN SPORT AND RELATIONAL MARKETING IN SPORT|
|S13.083||Corina ŢIFREA, Sidi Hassan CHERKAOUI||Sport||Academic Journal||RAMADAN – THE FAST IN THE LIVES OF MOROCCAN FOOTBALL PLAYERS|
|S13.084||Alexandrina VASILE||Management||Academic Journal||NEW THREATS AND OPPORTUNITIES IN CORPORATE COMMUNICATION|
|S13.085||Alexandru Lucian MIHAI||Marketing||Academic Journal||SPORT MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES|
|S13.086||Anca CLIPA||Management||Academic Journal||SUBJECTIVE VALUE AND THE WILLINGNESS TO INTERACT IN FUTURE EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS FOR ROMANIAN IT EMPLOYEES|
|S13.087||Claudia CIOBANU, Florin LUCA, Daniela CIOTINA||Marketing||Academic Journal||RISK ASSESSMENT – PRECONDITION FOR COUNTERING THE EFFECTS OF ITS OCCURRENCE|
Date: Friday November 17th, 2017
Time: 9:30 –
|08:00 – 12:00||Session 1 – Online & Poster Presentations|
|11:30 – 12:00||Registration for Oral presentation|
|12:00 – 16:15||Session 2 – Oral Presentations|
|16:15 – 18:00||Free time|
|18:00 –||Dinner & Networking|
Date: Saturday November 18th, 2017
Time: 10:00 – 16:00
Meeting point: International Conference Centre, 41A Iuliu Maniu Street
BRAȘOV / POIANA BRAȘOV – Sightseeing Tour
Explore one of Romania’s cultural capitals. Stroll the historic center and experience the history behind the walls of the citadel of Kronstadt. Discover one of Europe’s narrowest streets. See the Black Church and more.
* the costs of visiting museums, funicular, free time (coffees, lunch) etc. are not covered by the organizer
The venue of the SEA 13 International Conference will be the Transilvania University of Brasov at International Conference Centre.
International Conference Centre,
41A Iuliu Maniu Street,
There are a large number of hotels and accommodation options in and around Brașov. We have compiled a list of recommended hotels at a variety of budgets, to view these options please request this at: conference @ seaopenresearch.eu.
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