9th International Scientific Conference

SUSTAINABLE GROWTH IN
SMALL OPEN ECONOMIES

26th October, 2017, Belgrade, Serbia

organized by

Institute of Economic Sciences, Belgrade
and
Faculty of Economics, Niš

In partnership with


About conference

Dear guest and participants.

We proudly announce that the 9th International Scientific Conference SUSTAINABLE GROWTH IN SMAL OPEN ECONOMIES is completed.

The year’s goal to bring academia, business representatives and policy makers together and encourage discussion sustainable growth is accomplished. Institute of Economic Sciences joined efforts with the Faculty of Economics from Niš and gathered 153 authors from 11 countries, delivering 75 abstracts. All submitted abstract went through review process are finally were published in the Book of abstracts.

Three exceptional keynote speakers addressed a variety of current and resonant themes.
1. Viola Larionova, Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk region, Russia;
2. Dubravka Jurlina Alibegović, Institute of Economics, Zagreb, Croatia and
3. Igor Mladenović, University of Niš, Faculty of Economics, Serbia.

The presentations delivered in sessions were related to the issues of three topics which constitute the basis for sustainable growth. The event was divided into three sessions: Green Growth and the Environment: Ecological Pillar, Green Economy and Vulnerability of Economic Growth: Economic Pillar and Social Challenges of Unequal Growth: Social Pillar. During the sessions there was a dynamic and lively discussion. For more details please see the agenda.

We would like to thank all those who travelled near and far to make the conference such a success. Even though our 9th annual Conference is finished, we are sure that this is just a beginning of “greening” your thoughts, research and actions.

You can download Book of Abstracts here >>>


Keynote Speakers


Topics

  1. Sustainable production and consumption
  2. Increasing energy efficiency and renewable energy use
  3. Environmental certification and labelling
  4. Sustainable development and ecological responsibility
  5. Environmental quality and economic growth and development
  1. Corporate responsibility and sustainable development
  2. Sustainable finance and banking
  3. Green entrepreneurship, management and marketing
  4. Sustainable urban and rural development
  5. Science, technology, innovations and sustainable development
  1. Income inequality and poverty reduction
  2. Sustainable employment and labor market
  3. Social protection and pension funds
  4. Demographic trends and sustainable demographic dynamics
  5. Education and culture for sustainable development

Event schedule

  1. Jovan Zubović - Director of Institute of Economic Sciences, Belgrade
  2. Olja Munitlak Ivanović – President of an Organizing Committee
  1. Viola Larionova - Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk region, Russia
  2. Dubravka Jurlina Alibegović - Institute of Economics, Zagreb, Croatia
  3. Igor Mladenović - University of Niš, Faculty of Economics, Niš, Serbia

Moderator: Olja Munitlak Ivanović, Institute of Economic Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia

  1. Solving the Problems of Rural as Environmentally Desirable Segment of Sustainable Development
    Vladan Joldžić, Ana Batrićević, Vera Stanković, Nikola Paunović
  2. Small enterprises and the development of eco-tourism as an opportunity for achieving sustainable economic development - the case of the Republic of Macedonia
    Marija Magdincheva Sopova, Kiril Postolov, Dejan Metojieski, Risto Elenov
  3. Sustainable Development of Local Communities: Ecologically (Ir)responsible Approach
    Vladan Joldžić, Ana Batrićević, Vera Stanković,Nikola Paunović
  4. Waste electrical & electronic equipment recycling: socioeconomic and institutional challenges for sustainable growth in Serbia
    Mladen Krstić, Ksenija Denčić-Mihajlov
  5. Impacts of sustainability and corporate social responsibility reporting
    Vladimir Ristanović, Aleksandra Tosović-Stevanović, Tijana Koprivica
  6. Fifty shades of green – what pales the final colour of green solutions?
    Andrea Szalavetz
  7. Ecological and Economic importance of mulching within the urban areas of large cities of Republic of Serbia
    Slobodan Popović, Slobodanka Jovin
  8. The Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change – a case study for ecological responsibility
    Slobodan Rakić
  9. Possibilities for improving ecoefficiency and gross rebound effect: A case study for BSEC member states
    Snežana Radukić, Dušan Perović
  10. Interdependence between environmental quality and economic aspects of sustainable tourism development in transition countries
    Jelena Petrović, Snežana Milićević
  11. Environmental tax and competitiveness of European countries through the lens of Porter hypothesis
    Vladimir Nedić, Slobodan Cvetanović, Danijela Despotović
  12. Economic policy responces to climate change
    Petar Mitić, Slobodan Cvetanović
  13. Circular economy model as a result of the implementation of sustainable development
    Olja Munitak Ivanović

Moderator: Isidora Ljumović, Institute of Economic Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia

  1. Reconceptualisation and strategic adoption of sustainable development: Serbian case - yesterday, today and tomorow
    Petar Đukić
  2. Information, consumerism and sustainable fashion
    Mirela Holy
  3. The impact of strengthening and hampering innovation factors on firm's performance - a comparative analysis of EU and non-EU countries
    Nertila Busho, Bledni Gerdoci, Alejda Doda
  4. Achieving sustainable development – the role of green marketing
    Ivana Domazet, Milica Kovačević
  5. Green supply chain management practices in the Republic of Macedonia
    Lidija Pulevska Ivanovska
  6. Assessment of economic efficiency of acceptance of administrative decisions in the field of an urban ecology
    Kseniia Lapshina, Natalia Bakaeva, Olga Sotnikova
  7. An inquiry into the competitiveness-resilient growth nexus
    Srđan Marinković, Marija Džunić, Nataša Golubović
  8. Ecological footprint tax for the development of local agribusiness
    Somai Miklós
  9. Management and promotion of environmental opportunities in enterprises as a driving force for sustainable economic development
    Marija Magdincheva Sopova, Kiril Postolov, Dejan Metojieski, Risto Elenov
  10. New jobs in European economies – sustainable development policy perspective
    Marina Savković, Nataša Stanišić, Nikica Radović
  11. Investments in Sustainable Transport as a Green Economy Driver - Case Study Boka Bay
    Slađana Lazarević, Saša Popović
  12. The Production of Industrial Minerals and Rocks in Serbia-An Econometric Investigation
    Vladimir Andrić, Jelena Minović, Ljubiša Andrić
  13. Illiquidity risk of polluting enterprises in Serbia
    Slavica Stevanović, Grozdana Marinković
  14. The implications of the implementation of the BPM concept on business performance of insurance companies
    Željko Vojinović, Dejan Đukić
  15. Organic product labelling: Consumer attitudes and impact on purching decision
    Ivana Lečovski, Isidora Ljumović

Moderator: Aleksandra Bradić-Martinović, Institute of Economic Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia

  1. Ecological Education and Sustainable Development
    Mirjana Radojičić
  2. The effect of globalisation on labour markets with special regard to the EU
    Annamaria Artner
  3. Acceptance of innovation in the form of Internet media by consumers in the Republic of Serbia
    Karolina Perčić, Nenad Perić, Đuro Kutlača
  4. Migration, integration and entrepreneurship: insights from the Serbian experience
    Jelena Predojevic Despić, Vesna Lukić
  5. Sustainable Development and the Question of its Social Dimensions
    Vladan Joldžić, Ana Batrićević, Vera Stanković, Nikola Paunović
  6. Economics and morality – How to reconcile economic thinking and broader social thinking
    Aleksandar Fatić, Mrdjan Mladjan
  7. Skills and sustainable employment in Serbia
    Kosovka Ognjenović
  8. Digital Skills as Underlying Competencies of Workforce in Serbia
    Aleksandra Bradić-Martinović, Jelena Banović
  9. Economic Development through Islamic Financing: The Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Amela Trokić
  10. Public sector wage premium in serbia: comparison of linear regression and matching approach estimates
    Marko Vladisavljević

Committees

  • Olja Munitlak Ivanović, PhD, President of Scientific Committee, Institute of Economic Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia
  • Isidora Ljumović, PhD, Institute of Economic Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia
  • Aleksandra Bradić-Martinović, PhD, Institute of Economic Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia
  • Donatella Privitera, PhD, University of Catania, Italy
  • Domenico Nicolò, PhD, University Mediterranea of Reggio Calabria, Italy
  • Aniela Balacescu, PhD, “Constantin Brâncuşi” University of Târgu Jiu, Romania
  • Diego Begalli, PhD, University of Verona, Italy
  • Ignacio De Los Ríos Carmenado, PhD, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
  • Mihai Mieila, PhD, Valahia University of Targoviste, Romania
  • Mirela Panait, PhD, Petroleum - Gas University of Ploiesti, Romania
  • Diego Begalli, PhD, University of Verona, Italy
  • Dubravka Jurlina Alibegović, PhD, Institute of Economics, Croatia
  • Spasoje Tuševljak. PhD, University of Eastern Sarajevo, B&H
  • Rochdi Feki, PhD, Sfax Business School, University of Sfax, Tunisia
  • Nouri Chtourou, PhD, Faculty of Economics and Management, University of Sfax, Tunisia
  • Nadia Abaoub Ouertani, PhD, Ecole Supériure de Commerce, Université de Manouba, Tunisia
  • Andrea Éltető, PhD, Institute of World Economics Budapest, Hungary
  • Dejan Petrović, PhD, Faculty of Organizational Sciences, Belgrade
  • Igor Mladenović, PhD, Faculty of Economics, University of Niš
  • Aleksandar Grubor, PhD, Faculty of Economics, Subotica, University of Novi Sad
  • Srđan Marinković, PhD, Faculty of Economics, University of Niš
  • Jonel Subić, PhD, Institute of Agricultural Economics, Belgrade
  • Marija Kostić, PhD, Faculty of Hotel Management and Tourism in Vrnjačka Banja, University of Kragujevac
  • Hasan Hanić, PhD, Belgrade Banking Academy, Belgrade
  • Jelena Kočović, PhD, Faculty of Economic, Belgrade
  • Nataša Petrović, PhD, Faculty of Organizational Sciences, Belgrade
  • Vladimir Obradović, PhD, Faculty of Organizational Sciences, Belgrade
  • Marina Djordjević, PhD, Faculty of Economics, University of Niš
  • Nataša Golubović, PhD, Faculty of Economics, University of Niš
  • Vladimir Marjanović, PhD, Faculty of Economics, University of Niš
  • Marija Petrovic Randjelović, PhD, Faculty of Economics, University of Niš
  • Pere Tumbas, PhD, Faculty of Economics, Subotica, University of Novi Sad
  • Komazec Ljubica, PhD, Faculty of Economics, Subotica, University of Novi Sad
  • Nataša Kljajić, PhD, Institute of Agricultural Economics, Belgrade
  • Boris Kuzman, PhD, Institute of Agricultural Economics, Belgrade
  • Slobodan Popović, PhD, Faculty of Economics and Engineering Management, University Business Academy, Novi Sad
  • Ljiljana Arsić, PhD, Faculty of Economics, University of Priština, Kosovska Mitrovica
  • Aleksandra Tošović Stevanović, PhD, Graduate School of Business Studies “John Naisbith”, Belgrade
  • Vladan Pavlović, PhD, Faculty of Economics, University of Priština, Kosovska Mitrovica
  • Goranka Knežević, PhD, Faculty of Business, Singidunum University, Belgrade
  • Aleksandra Mitrović, PhD, Faculty of Hotel Management and Tourism in Vrnjačka Banja, University of Kragujevac
  • Tanja Stanišić, PhD, Faculty of Hotel Management and Tourism in Vrnjačka Banja, University of Kragujevac
  • Sanja Popović Pantić, PhD, Institute Mihajlo Pupin, Belgrade and Association of Business Women
  • Marijana Joksimović, PhD, Graduate School of Business Studies “John Naisbith”, Belgrade
  • Jovan Njegić, PhD, Novi Sad Business School, Novi Sad
  • Sonja Đuričin, PhD, Institute of Economic Sciences, Belgrade
  • Jelena Minović, PhD, Institute of Economic Sciences, Belgrade

Sesssions

PLENARY SESSION

SESSION I – Green Growth and the Environment: Ecological Pillar

Moderator: Olja Munitlak Ivanović

SESSION II – Green Growth and Vulnerability: Economic Pillar

Moderator: Isidora Ljumović

ESSION III – Social Challenges of Unequal Growth: Social Pillar

Moderator: Aleksandra Bradić-Martinović


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