11th - ISC conference – Czech

Form: interactive, “anchor”

The interactive form of the conference allows uniting the scholars from several Russian and foreign cities who are to present the reports via the Internet connection to the interactive platforms of other universities, united into one, which allows making the conference multi-platform. According to the conference, the plenary session and all section presentations are formed from the reports of the scholars from different cities and countries. The interactive platform allows organizing more than ten interactive platforms in different cities and countries, increasing the coverage of the spokespersons, audience, and the volume of discussion manifold. Such indicators and the new form of the conference allow forming the large scale of the scientific event and increasing its value for the scientific Russian and foreign world.

Technical equipment of the Interactive platform (interactive conference hall).

Audience (university employees, etc.), the responsible person, technical equipment. The connection requires a laptop or desktop (with Mozilla Firefox browser), the Internet connection with at least 8Мbit/s speed, headset/microphone), projector, and screen. The dynamics enable sound translation; laptop, projector, and screen enable translation of an image; microphone enables discussion with other interactive platforms. A video camera allows other participants see all platforms simultaneously.

The thematic anchor conference is built around the five key “anchor” reports. They authors have unlimited time for their presentations. The conference form also supposes presentation of reports that are related to the main topic of the conference. The time for these is limited.

 

The advantages of the anchor conference are as follows:

    • the scholars with “anchor” reports get full discussion of their topics;

    • discussion of “anchor” reports is more efficient;

    • the conference has no “empty talk”;

    • the conference is built around one topic, so there’s no mixing of multiple themes;

    • concentration around the key topics allows the participants to elaborate the theme fully and thoroughly.

The conference organizing committee reserves the right to appoint the anchor reports. The number of the review reports is not limited, with the applications being accepted and confirmed by the organizing committee.

The best conference papers will be published in IJTGM (International Journal of Trade and Global Markets) and IJMEF (International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance) (Inderscience Publishers, Switzerland)

 

The purpose and scientific sphere of the conference

Modern economy can hardly be called a source of pleasure. Under the negative influence of crises in various spheres of economic activities, economy has transformed into a battlefield on which each economic subject strives for maximization of their profit and achievement of “vested interests”, but instead of pleasure from private success and common well-being this leads to new needs and increases disappointment in limitation of possibilities and complications in reaching new heights.

Capitalism has lost the initial sense of the economic system in which well-being is accessible not only at the public but also at the private levels, and everyone can become happy – instead, a worse scenario came to life, which was predicted by its founders and turned it into “war against everyone”.

Seeking high profits, entrepreneurs forget about their role of creators of goods and capitalize from their employees and clients; while the state has transformed from the protector of public interests into a means of achieving the personal goals of public officers, and the consumers, zombie by marketing, have become involved in the endless satisfaction of their limitless needs. Such approach to economy, within which satisfaction of needs becomes a goal in itself, looks like survival, not pleasure.

This conference will help reconsider the foundations of the modern economy and develop a new concept of economy which will allow receiving pleasure from it – “economy of pleasure”. Within its scope, well-being of society and each separate human is treated not as a set of goods but as joy and happiness from their receipt and use. The rules of the game are set not by the current profit but by striving to make this world better. Despite the crises, everyone can receive pleasure from economic activities.

We call for everyone with a wish and ideas on the formation of a new philosophical basis, theoretical explanation of the sense of economy of pleasures, and realization of the task of receiving pleasure from economy to participate in the international conference “Economics of Pleasure: a Science of Enjoying Economic Activities”.

The conference's official language: English.

The conference will include the following sections:

1.​ Hedonism as a philosophical basis of the modern economics of pleasure;
2.​ The sense, genesis, and tendencies of development of the modern economics of pleasure;
3.​ Economics of pleasure as a derivative of economics of happiness and economy of love;
4.​ Consumer society: the problem of false and true pleasures in economy;
5.​ Reconsidering the notion and sense of “benefit” as an economic category;
6.​ Business for pleasure: basic principles and conceptual settings;
7.​ Institutionalization of economics of pleasure: problems and perspectives;
8.​ Economic globalization and integration as a manifestation of general love and friendship between nations;
9.​ Liberalization of economic activities as a precondition for formation of economics of pleasure;
10.​ Specifics of sustainability of growth and development of economic systems in economics of pleasure;
11.​ The methodological basis of studying economy of pleasure: quantitative and qualitative parameters and means of measuring them;
12.​ Index of happiness as a measure of development of economy of pleasure;
13.​ Economy of pleasure in the world: successful experience and problems of management.

Conference Committee

Organizational committee

•  Chair: Elena G. Popkova Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “World economics and economic theory” of Volgograd State Technical University, President of “Institute of Scientific Communications”.

•  Co-chair: Bruno Sergio Sergi, Professor of International Economics, University of Messina and Associate, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard University .

International program committee

•  Merlan A. Akhmadzhanov – Ph.D., Associate Professor, expert of the Parliament of Kyrgyzstan.

•  Elena E. Golovchanskaya - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair “Innovational management”, Faculty of economics of Belarusian State University.

•  Aydarbek T. Giyazov - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Batken State University (Kyrgyzstan).

•  Dorien de Tombe - Professor of Sichuan University in Chengdu, Founder and Chair of The Dutch research group on Methodology for Complex Societal Problems, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

•  M. Muninarayanappa - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Department “Commerce”, Bangalore University (India).

•  Drahomira Pavelkova - Professor of the Faculty of management and economics of Tomas Bata University (Zlin, the Czech Republic).

•  Nodira K. Zokirova - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Deputy Director for science and innovations, Head of the Chair “Labor economics and management” of the branch of G.V. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

•  Ivan Milenkovic - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor of the Chair “Economics”, University of Novi-Sad, Serbia.

•  Pirmat K. Kupuev - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Corresponding Member of the Academy of Sciences of Kyrgyzstan,.

•  Lubinda Haabazoka – Ph.D., Graduate School of Business, The University of Zambia.

•  Natalia Guilluy-Sulikashvili - Doctor of Economics, Director of the Faculty “International relations”, Catholic University of Lille (France).

•  Chatkal K. Raimbaev - Ph.D. (Economics), Professor, Rector of Kyrgyz-Uzbek University.

•  Natalia V. Cherchenko - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Head of the Chair “Marketing” of State Institute of Management and Social Technologies of Belarusian State University.

•  Erastus M. Mwanaumo, PhD Eng Mgt, MSc, BSc, FCIOB, MDRBF, MRICS, REng, PEIZ, MACEZ, PrCPM, Chartered Construction Manager Assistant Dean (Postgraduate Studies), School of Engineering, The University of Zambia, Lusaka, Zambia.

National program committee

•  Galina E. Ageeva – Ph.D., Associate Professor, Chair “Civil and arbitral proceedings” of Samara State University of Economics.

•  Marina L. Alpidovskaya - Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Professor of the Department of economic theory of Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation.

•  Natalia V. Bannikova - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “Economic theory and agro-industrial economics” of Stavropol State Agrarian University.

•  Tatiana L. Bezrukova - Doctor of Economics, Professor, academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Head of the Chair “Economics and finance”, Dean of the Faculty of Economics of G.F. Morozov Voronezh State University of Forestry and Technologies, Honored worker of education of the RF.

•  Viktoria V. Bolgova - Doctor of Law, Professor, First Pro-Rector for scientific and educational work of Samara State University of Economics.

•  Yulia I. Budovich - octor of Economics , Associate Professor, Professor of the Department “Economic theory” of Financial University with Government of the RF.

•  Natalia G. Vovchenko - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “Finance”, Rostov State University of Economics .

•  Konstantin V. Vodenko – Doctor of Philosophy, Chair “Management of social and economic systems”, M.I. Platov South-Russian State Politechnical University.

•  Nataia V. Vorobyova - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor of the Chair “Entrepreneurship and world economics”, Stavropol State Agrarian University.

•  Irina V. Gashenko - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “Taxes and taxation”, Rostov State University of Economics.

•  Tatiana N. Gogoleva - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Economic theory and world economics”, Voronezh State University.

•  Oleg L. Goykher - Doctor of Economics, Head of the Chair “Economics and strategic management”, A.G. and N.G. Stoletovs Vladimir State University.

•  Alla G. Gryaznova - Doctor of Economics, Professor, President of Financial University with the Government of the RF.

•  Elena V. Endovitskaya - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Head of the Chair “International economics and foreign economic activities”, Voronezh State University.

•  Paevel N. Zakharov - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Director of the Institute of Economics and Management of A.G. and N.G. Stoletovs Vladimir State University.

•  Zhanna A. Zakharova - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor of Vladimir Branch of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.

•  Yulia S. Zima - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor of the Chair “Taxes and taxation” of Rostov State University of Economics.

•  Elena V. Karanina - Doctor of Economics, Head of the Chair “Finance and economic security” of Vyatka State University.

•  Marina A. Katkova - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor of the Chair “Labor economics and production complexes” of Y.A. Gagarin Saratov State Technical University.

•  Oksana V. Kachur - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair “Finance and credit”, Voronezh State University.

•  Olga V. Konina - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “Management, marketing and production organization”, Volgograd State Technical University.

•  Anna Y. Kosobutskaya - Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair “Economics and corporate management”, Voronezh State University.

•  Viktor P. Kuznetsov - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Corporate economics”, Kozma Minin Nizhny Novgorod State Pedagogical University.

•  Konstantin N. Lebedev - Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Professor of the Department “Economic theory”, Financial University with the Government of the RF.

•  Tatiana N. Litvinova - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor of the Chair “Management”, Volgograd State Agrarian University .

•  Innara R. Lyapina - Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Professor of I.S. Turgenev Orel State University.

•  Evgeniya V. Medentseva – Ph.D. (Law), Associate Professor, Head of the Chair “Legal provision of economic activities”, Samara State University of Economics.

•  Vera I. Menshchikova - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair “Economics”, Tambov State Technical University.

•  Svetlana S. Morkovina - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Vice-rector for science and innovations, G . F. Morozov Voronezh State University of Forestry and Technologies.

•  Irina A. Morozova - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “World economics and economic theory”, Volgograd State Technical University.

•  Viktoria N. Ostrovskaya – Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Center of Marketing Initiatives.

•  Valentina N. Parakhina - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Management”, North-Caucasus Federal University.

•  Ulyana A. Pozdnyakova - Ph.D. (Economics), Director of “Institute of Scientific Communications”, Associate Professor of the Chair “World economics and economic theory”, Volgograd State Technical University .

•  Elena V. Popova - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “Theory of management and business technologies”, G.V. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics.

•  Igor E. Risin - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Regional economics and territorial management”, Voronezh State University.

•  Aleksei F. Rogachev - Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Chair “Mathematical modeling and informatics”, Volgograd State Agrarian University .

•  Elena V. Sibirskaya - Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Chair “Statistics”, G.V. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics .

•  Galina I. Didunova - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Management and educational economics”, Volgograd State Socio-Pedagogical University.

•  Sergey S. Slepakov - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Professor of the Chair “Economics and corporate management”, North-Caucasus Federal University.

•  Anastasia A. Sozinova - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Chair “Management and marketing” of Vyatka State University.

•  Pavel L. Sokolov – Doctor of Medicine, Leading scientific officer of the Scientific center of specialized medical help for children.

•  Valeri A. Spesivtsev - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor of the Chair “Management”, Financial University under the President of the RF (Lipetsk branch).

•  Aleksandr M. Starostin – Doctor of political sciences, Professor, Rostov State University of Economics.

•  Olesya A. Stroeva - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Economics and economic security”, Rostov State University of Economics (Orel branch).

•  Elena F. Sysoyeva - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Finance and credit”, Voronezh State University.

•  Svetlana A. Tikhonovskova - Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Chair “Management of social and economic systems”, M.I. Platov South-Russian State Politechnical Universit.

•  Vladimir N. Tregubov - Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Chair “Economic security and management of innovations”, Y.A. Gagarin Saratov State Technical University.

•  Yuri I. Treshchevsky - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Chair “Economics and corporate management”, Voronezh State University.

•  Gilyan V. Fedotova - Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Associate Professor, Chair “Economics and corporate finance”, Volgograd State Technical University.

CONTROL DATES

October 3-5, 2019 - сonference

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