Programme

Programme of the IES 2022 conference.

Keynote Speakers

 

 

Prof. Alla Kasych
Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design, Ukraine

A/Prof. Katarina Valaskova, MBA, PhD
University of Zilina, Slovakia

Title: The economic consequences of the war in the 21st century at the regional and global levels (Section Micro and macroeconomic impact on economic indicators and GDP).


 

Topic on: Quo vadis, earnings management?
Analysis of manipulation determinants in central european environment


 

František Milichovský, MSc, Ph.D., MBA, Dis.
VSTE, Czech republic

A/prof. Ladislav Mura, PhD., MSc. 
University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia

Topic on: Significance of reverse logistics

Title: Current situation and problems in field of generation change of Slovak family businesses 



 

A/Prof. Najung Kim
Kookmin University, Seoul, South Korea

Arlindo Dias
IT Architect at IBM, Lisabon, Portugal

Title: How executives learn new approaches to familiar issues

Title: Economic and financial considerations on Cloud and automation adoption

 

 

     More interesting keynotes will come soon.


 

More about our valued keynotes

Alla Kasych

Doctor of Science (Economics), Head of the Management and Smart-Innovation Department, Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design, Kyiv, Ukraine.

Field of scientific interests: corporate innovation management, management of sustainable development, development of private-public partnership.

Expert of the "Economics" section of the Expert Council of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine. Expert and member of the Sectoral Expert Council of The National Agency for Higher Education Quality Assurance (NAQA), Ukraine.

Internships: ACTR / ACCELS (American Councils) (USA); Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica (Slovakia), Institute of Technology and Economics in České Budějovice (Czech Republic), University of Southampton (UK).

Reviewer of scientific journals.

Member of the Council of the Ukrainian Association for the Development of Management and Business Education and the Ukrainian Association of Excellence and Quality.

Katarina Valaskova 

teaches financial economics and risk management at the University of Zilina, Slovakia.

Field of scientific interests: trilogy of fundamental financial management issues: i) prediction of the financial health of companies, ii) earnings management, and iii) quantification and diversification of risks.

She has published 100 original scientific papers registered in Web of Science and Scopus. 13 publications are included in the first two quartiles, several of them published by renowned publishers (Taylor & Francis, Springer or Elsevier). Significant scientific-research and publishing activities, documented by exact and relevant scientometric values in the research field, are confirmed by number of citations and by wide international cooperation or requested lectures at international scientific conferences (Romania, Bulgaria, Poland, Czech Republic, Germany).

Reviewer of scientific journals as evidenced on Publons.

Membership in the editorial boards of several journals registered in the SCOPUS or Web of Science databases.

A/Prof. Frantisek Milichovský, MSC, MBA

He is the assistent professor at Brno University of Technology (Faculty of business and management) and at Institute of Technology and Business in České Budějovice (School of Expertness and Valuation), Czech Republic.

He graduated at the University of Technology (Faculty of business and management) where hi also obtained his PhD.

His research field covers Reverse logistics in retail, international supply chain management, market research

He educates student at both institutions in variety of programs.

He is the author of numerous domestic and foreign publications and patents.

A/Prof. Ladislav Mura, PhD, MBA, MSc.

He is a Slovak economist and expert on small and medium enterprises, family businesses, human resource management and the phenomenon of internationalization of business.

He is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Commerce of the University of Economics in Bratislava.

His teaches students in: Small and medium enterprises, Family Businesses, Business Management, Management of Services, International Management and Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship in SPA and wellness.

He is an author of some articles in scientific journals and monographs, articles in conference proceedings. From 2012 he is an Executive Editor of the Journal “Acta Oeconomica Unversistatis Selye”. Reviewer of scientific journals as evidenced on Publons by Clarivate Analytics.

Najung Kim

Najung Kim is an Associate Professor of Management at Kookmin University, South Korea. She received her Ph.D in Management and Organization at Boston College in the US and her MSc in Organisational and Social Psychology at London School of Economics in the UK. Her research explores the dynamics of individuals’ career experiences in the context of time, focusing on the concepts of identity, affect, and culture. 

As a career researcher and a certified career coach, she is passionate about helping individuals through the cycle of career development across different life stages. The topics include work-life balance issues across multiple life stages, sustainable work-related learning experiences over the course of career, generational differences on the meaning of career, and age differences in engagement at work. Her work has appeared in various outlets, including Human Resource Management, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management Journal, Journal of Vocational Behavior, and The Oxford Handbook of Retirement. 

Najung Kim

Najung Kim is an Associate Professor of Management at Kookmin University, South Korea. She received her Ph.D in Management and Organization at Boston College in the US and her MSc in Organisational and Social Psychology at London School of Economics in the UK. Her research explores the dynamics of individuals’ career experiences in the context of time, focusing on the concepts of identity, affect, and culture. 

As a career researcher and a certified career coach, she is passionate about helping individuals through the cycle of career development across different life stages. The topics include work-life balance issues across multiple life stages, sustainable work-related learning experiences over the course of career, generational differences on the meaning of career, and age differences in engagement at work. Her work has appeared in various outlets, including Human Resource Management, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management Journal, Journal of Vocational Behavior, and The Oxford Handbook of Retirement. 

 

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