CRISES AND RESILIENCE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
A MULTIDIMENSIONAL PERSPECTIVE
SAINT JOSEPH UNIVERSITY OF BEIRUT – LEBANON
THE WORKSHOP IS RESCHEDULED FOR FEBRUARY 22-23, 2024
Call for papers
As part of the ANR CIM-LIB project, the Faculty of Economics of Saint Joseph University in Beirut and EconomiX (CNRS, Paris Nanterre University) organize a Workshop on Crises and Resilience in Developing Countries on November 2 and 3, 2023. The workshop will be hosted by Saint Joseph University of Beirut.
This international workshop aims to create a research forum to share and discuss cutting-edge theoretical and empirical work, in economics and sociology, on the multidimensional crises shaking developing countries.
TOPICS OF INTEREST
Inequality, poverty, and redistribution; Banking and financial crises; Labor market and unemployment; Challenges of the digitalization of economies; Healthcare systems and health issues; Education systems; Environmental issues, climate change, and energy; Gender inequality, religious and ethnic minorities; Demographic issues; Migration and income transfers; Political systems and conflicts.
- Plenary sessions with invited keynote speakers OLIVIER BARGAIN (Bordeaux School of Economics) and PAUL MAKDISSI (University of Ottawa).
- Presentations (in-session and poster) and discussions of original papers.
- A roundtable discussion moderated by the economist and journalist ALBERT KOSTANIAN on Lebanon’s economic and social situation in the aftermath of Lebanon’s recent multiple crises.
HOW TO SUBMIT A PAPER
Researchers interested in presenting their work at the workshop are invited to submit a full paper or a long abstract in .pdf format.
Submissions are accepted in English or French. The workshop will be held in English.
The length of the long abstract should be a minimum of 750 words. Authors whose long abstracts have been accepted for a presentation or a poster will be asked to submit their full paper at least two weeks before the workshop.
- Submission deadline (full paper/long abstract): June 25th, 2023
- Notification of acceptance: July 10th, 2023
- Publication of the preliminary program: September 15th, 2023
- Deadline for sending full papers: October 15th, 2023
Submissions are closed
There are no registration fees. However, as the number of participants at the venue is limited, registration for the event is compulsory. Registration will open on July 15th, 2023.
SCIENTIFIC AND ORGANIZATION COMMITTEES
Scientific committee – Samer Adra (University of Sheffield), Charbel Bassil (Qatar University), Olivier Donni (CY Cergy Paris Université), Adnan El-Amine (Lebanese University), Sandra Ghosn (University La Sagesse), Georges Harb (Lebanese American University), Marlène Haydar (Lebanese University), Khaled Hussainey (University of Portsmouth), Fida Karam (Gulf University for Science and Technology), Talie Kassamany (Notre Dame University), Stefania Lovo (University of Reading), Stefania Marcassa (CY Cergy Paris Université), Nohade Nasrallah (EM Strasbourg), Prudence Magejo (University of the Witwatersrand), Eleonora Matteazzi (University of Verona), Dominique Meurs (Paris Nanterre University), Federico Perali (University of Verona), Omar Sene (Alioune Diop University of Bambey), Eric Strobl (University of Bern), Jean-François Verne (Saint Joseph University), Chahir Zaki (Cairo University).
Organizing committee – Nada Bachour (Saint Joseph University), Eliane Badaoui (Paris Nanterre University), Joseph Gemayel (Saint Joseph University), Etienne Harb (University La Sagesse and ESSCA School of Management), Marie-Claude Kamar (Saint Joseph University), Cynthia Maalouf (Saint Joseph University), Maissam Nimer (Istanbul University), Loubna Oueidat (Saint Joseph University), Rosette Sayegh (Saint Joseph University), Saïd Souam (Paris Nanterre University), Élisabeth Tovar (Paris Nanterre University).
For any further information, please contact Cynthia Maalouf.