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International Conference on Applied Business and Economics

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International Conference on Applied Business and Economics

Paris – September 1st-2nd, 2016


The research centre EconomiX, affiliated with the CNRS and University of Paris Ouest, is pleased to host the International Conference on “International Conference on Applied Business and Economics” that will take place in Paris on 1st-2nd September 2016. The conference is organized jointly by the University of Piraeus, School of Shipping and Industry, the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence of Transilvania University of Brasov and the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence of the University of Piraeus The main goal of the ICABE is to provide an opportunity for academics and professionals from a variety of fields to meet and exchange ideas and expertise. An additional goal of the ICABE is to provide a place for academics and professionals with inter-disciplinary interests related to business-economics to interact with members within and outside their own particular disciplines.

The ICABE 2016 main theme is the following: “Challenges for the future European Union

Topics of interest

We welcome submissions on the following topics:

  • A. Accounting
  • B. Behavioral, Health & Experimental Economics
  • C. Business & Economics Education
  • D. Business Ethics
  • E. Business Law/ Law & Economics
  • F. Business Statistics / Econometrics
  • G. Economic Growth & Development
  • H. Entrepreneurship
  • I. Environmental Business / Economics
  • J. Family Business
  • K. Finance & International Finance
  • L. Game Theory
  • M. Government Finance
  • N. Government Regulation
  • O. Industrial Organization
  • P. International Trade / Business / Economics
  • Q. Labor Economics / Human Resources
  • R. Macroeconomics
  • S. Management Science
  • T. Marketing
  • U. Microeconomics
  • V. Monetary Economics
  • W. Public Choice
  • X. Quantitative Methods
  • Y. Urban, Rural & Regional Economics
  • Z. Other
Both theoretical and empirical papers are welcome.

Keynote speakers

Will BARTLETT Professor of Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science

Agnès BÉNASSY-QUÉRÉ Professor of Economics
Chairperson French Council of Economic Analysis

Tassos MALLIARIS Professor of Economics, Loyola University of Chicago, the Quinlan School of Business

Rick VAN DER PLOEG Professor of Economics, University of Oxford
Research Director, Oxford Centre for the Analysis of Resource Rich Economies

Submit a paper for presentation

The abstract should be about 200-300 words. All fields of specialization within business and economics will be taken into consideration. You will receive a notification by e-mail once your paper is accepted (or rejected). By submitting an abstract, you also agree to contribute to the discussions and/or to their session Chair and Discussants within your area of specialization. The web form provides an opportunity to identify your areas of specialization. A participant may not present more than two papers. Consequently, you cannot register more than two papers for presentation unless a third paper is presented by a co-author who also is registered to participate in the conference.

Besides the abstract registration, full-length papers can be submitted either by providing a web link to a corresponding PDF file on the registration form, or by uploading a PDF file to the ICABE server by following the link on the bottom of the registration confirmation page. Paper/hard copy submissions will not be accepted. In all cases, presenters are required to provide to their session chair and discussant an electronic copy of their paper at least 2 weeks prior to the conference.

Papers should be submitted through the ICABE online submission form

Deadline for paper submission: April 29th 2016

All submitted papers will be peer reviewed according to a high-quality and fast referee process.

Final decisions regarding submissions will be delivered no later than May 27th 2016

Publication opportunities
European Research Studies Journal; International Journal of Computational Economics and Econometrics, International Journal in Business and Economic Sciences and Applied Research, International Journal of Economics and Business Administration, Journal of Economic Asymmetries, North American Journal of Finance and Banking Research, European Journal of Finance and Banking Research, Global Journal of Finance and Banking Issues


Registration fee (See ICABE)

Deadline for registration: See ICABE


The conference will take place at the following address: University of Paris Ouest – Nanterre La Défense, SEGMI Department, G Building, 200 avenue de la République, 92001 Nanterre, France.

Local Scientific Committee

Jean-Pierre Allegret (Full Professor, EconomiX), Alain Ayong Le Kama (Full Professor, EconomiX), Hamza Bennani (Associate Professor, EconomiX), Christophe Boucher (Full Professor, EconomiX), Benoît Chèze (Associate Professor, IFPEN), Cécile Couharde (Full Professor, EconomiX), Gilles de Truchis (Associate Professor, EconomiX), Elena Dumitrescu (Associate Professor, EconomiX), Meglena Jeleva (Full Professor, EconomiX), Eric Langlais (Full Professor, EconomiX), Nadine Levratto (CNRS Senior Researcher, EconomiX), Valérie Mignon (Full Professor, EconomiX), Natacha Raffin (Associate Professor, EconomiX), Yamina Tadjeddine (Associate Professor, EconomiX), Remzi Uctum (CNRS Senior Researcher, EconomiX)

Local Organizing Committee

Jean-Pierre Allegret (Full Professor, EconomiX), Alain Ayong Le Kama (Full Professor, EconomiX), Jocelyne Barre (Administrative Staff), Vincent Bouvatier (Associate Professor, EconomiX), Andreea Cosnita (Associate Professor, EconomiX), Cécile Couharde (Full Professor, EconomiX), Dramane Coulibaly (Associate Professor, EconomiX), Elena Dumitrescu (Associate Professor, EconomiX), Eliane El Badaoui (Associate Professor, EconomiX), Florent Fremigacci (Associate Professor, EconomiX), Frédéric Hammerer (Administrative Staff), Ludovic Julien (Full Professor, EconomiX), Fatih Karanfil (Associate Professor, EconomiX), Eric Langlais (Full Professor, EconomiX), Frédéric Lebiet (Administrative Staff), Fabienne Llense (Associate Professor, EconomiX), Dominique Meurs (Full Professor, EconomiX), Valérie Mignon (Full Professor, EconomiX), Luc Désiré Omgba (Associate Professor, EconomiX), Abdou Rabba (Administrative Staff), Lionel Ragot, (Full Professor, EconomiX), Olivier Renault (Associate Professor, EconomiX), Véronique Robin (Administrative Staff), Henrique Rodas (Administrative Staff), Saïd Souam (Full Professor, EconomiX), Elisabeth Tovar (Associate Professor, EconomiX), Fabrice Tricou (Associate Professor, EconomiX), Xi Yang (Administrative Staff), Nasam Zaroualete (Administrative Staff)

Contact: jallegret{{at}}u-paris10.fr


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