International scientific conference


5 February – 6 February 2019

We start accepting the submissions from July 1 2018



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The University of Hradec Králové in cooperation with Wrocław University of Economics and Cracow University of Economics invites you to the 17th Hradec Economic Days. The Proceedings of 2005 – 2014 and 2017 have been already indexed in Web of Science (Conference Proceedings Citation Index - Social Science & Humanities). 2015 and 2016 proceedings are confirmed to be included Thomson Reuters Conference Proceedings Citation Index evaluation. 2018 are subject of an evaluation by Thomson Reuters.

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Authors of the best papers will be offered a possibility to extend their papers and publish them in journals indexed by Web of Science (ESCI index) or Scopus. Authors of the best conference paper focused on the topic of systems will receive 600 CHF.

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Aims & scope of the conference

The conference promotes an exchange of ideas and contacts of academicians from different fields of interest. In addition, it offers abundant opportunities to meet and talk with the experts from practice.  For example, representatives of the Czech National Bank and other entrepreneurs traditionally participate in the conference. The main goal of the conference is to present both theoretical and empirical papers in the field of economy, business economics and management.

In 2019, the conference is subtitled " Innovation and socio-economic development" where the relevance of innovation for socio-economic objectives for private and public entities will be discussed.  This year conference scopes are to address the following fundamental issues:

  • Economic growth and employment, environmental and social challenges
  • Sectoral and intra-sectoral changes
  • Changing roles of innovation, production, logistics, and the service processes
  • Innovative approaches to the management of operational processes
  • Key management technologies and its empowerment in production economics
  • Effective methodologies for the integration of physical, informational, and financial flows
  • Innovative approaches to the management of operational processes
  • New business models (including platforms)
  • Intellectual Property Rights
  • Technology Transfer and Resource Implications
  • Other topics relevant to innovation and socio-economic development
  • Financial innovations and focus on the consumer
  • New trends in the economy and its impacts on globalization
  • Development in the European Economy
  • Innovation in Agribusiness