New Silk Road: Business Cooperation and Prospective of Economic Development – 2019

NSR: BCPED - 2019
St. Petersburg – Prague
November 7-8
Dear Participants!

We are happy to welcome you to our website! The name and conference concept are not сhosen by chance. The New Silk Road serves as an important mechanism for the introduction of separate regions and cities into large-scale international economic processes.
Tendencies of development of the New Silk Road and successful experience of interactions between regions makes it possible to consider building international relations according to the priorities of the efficient integration in the scientific and educational context between the New Silk Road participants. We proposed for the participants the ability to select more geographically accessible location, report their findings and discuss the prospects of development of the New Silk Road. In a world without borders and along the road of a mutually enriched collaboration, we propose making a stop at the scientific venues of two historic and world educational centers: St. Petersburg, Russia and Prague, the Czech Republic.
The conference will take place on 7 - 8 November 2019. It will be held at both scientific venues simultaneously: In Russia – on the basis of Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University and in Czechia - at Masaryk Institute of Advanced Studies Czech Technical University in Prague (MIAS School of Business CUT). Both venues are interconnected through a teleconference. Welcome to Prague and St Petersburg! We will try to do our best in order to be fruitful and leave only positive impressions!
Organizers and partners
SECTIONS AND SUBSECTIONS
Czech Technical University in Prague
MIAS School of Business

Kolejní 2637/2a | 160 00 Prague 6
Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University
Congress Center,
Polytechnicheskaya str., 29.
Section 1. Enterprise performance.
Сhair: Ing. Dagmar Čámská, Ph.D. of MIAS School of Business, Czech Technical University in Prague & Natalya Molodchik, Associate Professor of Perm National Research Polytechnic University, Perm, Russia
Section 5. Territory Economy, Entrepreneurship and Investments.
Chair: Mark Khaykin, D.Sc. in Economics, Professor of St.Petersburg Mining University.
Section 2. Digital Economy and Digital Marketing.
Сhair: Petrá Jilkova& Petrá Králova, Associate Professors of MIAS School of Business, Czech Technical University in Prague
Section 6. Customs Policies.
Chair: Evgeniy Baikov, D.Sc. in Military Science, Professor of Saint-Petersburg State University of Film and Television
Section 3.Modern Skills, Learning and Entrepreneurial Competencies.
Chair: Zuzana Dvořakova, Professor, MIAS School of Business, Czech Technical University in Prague
Section 7. Law and Humanitarian Aspects of International Cooperation.
Chair: to be announced
Section 4. Service sphere: science, technologies, practice.
Co-Chairs: Julie Valeeva, Assoc. Prof., Kazan State Power Engineering University, Tatarstan, Russia and Jan žufan, Associate Professor, University College of Business in Prague, Czech Republic.

Section 8. Staff and Education as a Base for a Stable Economic Development
Chair: Lubov Shamina, Doctor of Economic Sciences, Assoc, Prof. of Baltic State Technical University "VOENMEH" named after D.F. Ustinova.
Round table discussion
"Managing international careers: challenges and opportunities for the 21-st century"
Round table discussion
"Innovative Systems and Clusters as Drivers of Economic Growth of International Cooperation" for Ph.D. students (Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University)
You can reach MIAS by 5 minutes walk from Vítězné náměstí in the municipal district of Prague 6.
• Metro: Station Dejvická (line A), exit towards Evropská Street, 5 minutes walk.
• Tram: Stop Thákurova (lines 5, 26, 51), 1 minute walk.
You can reach Congress Center by 7 minutes walk from Polytechnicheskaya metro station.
Metro: Polytechnicheskaya (red line).
Conference Chairs
Lenka Švecová
Ph.D., doc., Director of the Masaryk Institute of Advanced Studies, Czech Technical University in Prague
Vitaly Sergeev
Vice Rector for Science of Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University
Keyspeakers
Larchenko Lubov
Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor
The topic: "Ice Silk Road: assessment of the current state and development prospects"
Guzikova Liudmila
Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor
Topic: "ROADBOOK OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT"
Lenka Svecova
PhD., Associate Professor, director MIAS School of Business, Czech Technical University in Prague
Topic : "World socio-economic challenges and their impact on the corporate economy"
Dvořakova Zuzana
Professor, MIAS School of Business, Czech Technical University in Prague.
Topic: "New role of personnel management to improve the quality of working life in the Czech Republic".
PROGRAMME COMMITTEE
1
Adriana Burlea-Schiopoiu
professor, University of Craiova (Craiova, Romania)
2
Alina Makhiyanova
Doctor of Social Sciences, Professor, Head of Department, Kazan State Power Engineering University (Kazan, Russia)
3
Arthur Kuchumov
Ph.D. in Economics, Associate Professor, Department of Economics and Management in the Service Sector, Vice Dean of the Department of Service, Tourism and Hospitality, St. Petersburg State University of Economics (Russia)
4
Elina Gaile-Sarkane
professor, Dean of Faculty of Engineering Economics and Management, Riga Technical University (Riga, Latvia)
5
Elina Minnullina
Doctor of Philosophy, Professor, Head of Department, Kazan State Energy University (Kazan, Russia)
6
Elena Kostyleva
Ph.D., associate professor, director of the center, Kazan State Energy University (Kazan, Russia)
7
Emil Shamsutdinov
Ph.D., Associate Professor, Vice-Rector, Kazan State Power Engineering University (Kazan, Russia)
8
Galina Ostapenko
Associate Professor, MIAS School of Business, Czech Technical University in Prague (Prague, Czech Republic)
9
Hana Scholleová
Professor, MIAS School of Business, Czech Technical University in Prague (Prague, Czech Republic)
10
Hong Zhuang
associate professor of Economics, Director of Bureau of Business and Economic Research, Judd Leighton School of Business and Economics, Indiana University South Bend (USA)
11
Jan Vlachý
Associate Professor, MIAS School of Business, Czech Technical University in Prague (Prague, Czech Republic)
12
Jaromír Veber
Professor, MIAS School of Business, Czech Technical University in Prague (Prague, Czech Republic)
13
Jan Žufan
Associate Professor, University College of Business in Prague (Prague, Czech Republic)
14
Jozef Ristvej
professor, Vice-Rector for International Relations and Marketing, University of Zilina (Slovakia)
15
Juliy Valeeva
Associate Professor, Kazan State Power Engineering University, Tatarstan, Russia
16
Kolnhofer-Derecskei Anita
professor, Keleti Faculty of Business and Management, Obuda University (Budapest, Hungary)
17
Larisa Suvorova
Ph.D. Associate Professor of the Department of Economics, Head of the Research and Practice Laboratory "Industry Economics" of Vyatka State University (Kirov, Russia)
18
Lilia ȘARGU
Associate professor, PhD, University of European Studies of Moldova, Republic of Moldova
19
Lyubov Larchenko
D.Sc. in Economics, Professor, Russian State Pedagogical University named after A.I. Herzen (St. Petersburg, Russia)
20
Lyudmila Guzikova
D.Sc. in Economics, Professor of the Higher Engineering and Economic School of Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (Russia)
21
Mikhail Nikolaev
D.Sc in Technical Sciences, Professor, Pskov State University (Pskov, Russia)
22
Mirela Cristea
PhD, professor of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Department of Geography, Director of Research Center in Innovation and Regional Tourism Science Department Coordinator Manager of Cluster TURINN CLUSTER, University of Craiova (Romania)
23
Miroslav Špaček
Associate Professor, University of Economics, Prague-VSE (Prague, Czech Republic)
24
Natalia Molodchik
Associate Professor of Perm National Research Polytechnic University, Russia
25
Natalya Lesnevskaya
Ph.D. in Economics, Associate Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Finance and Banking of the Belarusian State Economic University (Minsk, Belarus)
26
Petra Jilkova
Associate Professor, MIAS School of Business, Czech Technical University in Prague
27
Renata Legenzova
Head of Graduate Studies, Faculty of Economics and Management, Vytautas Magnus University (Kaunas, Lithuania)
28
Stanislav Ivanov, professor
Vice Rector for Research, Varna University of Management (Sofia, Bulgaria)
29
Svetlana Demidova
Ph.D. in Economics, Associate Professor, Pskov State University (Pskov, Russia)
30
Suzana Dvořakova
Professor, MIAS School of Business, Czech Technical University in Prague (Prague, Czech Republic)
31
Tatiana Kudryavtseva
D.Sc. in Economics, Associate Professor of the Higher Engineering and Economic School of Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (Russia)
Article Publication
As a result of the conference, conference proceedings will be published in a publishing house Atlantis Press (Advances in Economics, Business and Management Research) and indexed in international citation indexes of Web of Science.
All the materials received are subjected to a reviewing process.
We are using double blind reviewing at our conference, which means that both the reviewer and the author's names do not get disclosed to the other party throughout the refereeing process. The authors present their work, then our editor removes all the information that can identify them, including authors' names, from the file and ensures authors' anonymity. When sending the article to the conference organizers, authors have to confirm that their materials were never before published or sent to other publishing companies. All the articles submitted for the conference are checked for plagiarism using an online service.
Article structure
Every article has to conform to the IMRAD standard:
Article name
Authors
Key words
Abstract
Introduction
Literature review and research methods
Results
Discussion
Conclusion
Acknowledgments
References
Originality, motivation and input
Please take into account that the articles have to be original research manuscripts never published before and not under consideration for publication in the proceedings of other conferences (journals, etc.)
The articles have to describe new research results that can be interesting to the international audience.
The article length has to be under six pages
The article has to contain references to the works on the relevant subjects. The reference list has to contain at least 20 sources, majority of which indexed in Scopus or Web of Science. All the sources referenced have to be mentioned in the article and connected to the main topic of the conference and subject areas of the conference.
We are publishing articles written in good English only.
Ethics
Please read the full Elsevier Publishing Ethics Guidelines (based on Elsevier recommendations and Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) guidelines on good publication practice). If your article contains figures or tables taken from other sources, you will need to obtain a corresponding permission to reproduce those from the respective publishers.
Authorship
The number of authors for a single paper cannot exceed six people. One person cannot author more than three papers. The corresponding author has to be responsible for all the contacts and keeping in touch with the publishers. The corresponding author has to ensure that all the co-authors (and no inapplicable co-authors) are included in the paper and that all the co-authors have viewed and approved the final version of the paper and agreed to submit it for publication.
Fees
Full payment
310 Euro
Reduced fee for students
250 Euro
Additional paper
200 Euro
Accompanying person
110 Euro
Important dates
15.05.2019 - 30.11.2019
May 15 –
May 15 –
registration announcement;
October 25
October 25
abstract submission deadline;
November 5
November 5
final reviewing results;
November 5
November 5
registration and payment deadline;
November 7-8
November 7-8
holding a conference in St. Petersburg and Prague
November 30
November 30
deadline for submitting full text articles.
Esteemed participants!
The articles for publication in conference proceedings are accepted until November 30, 2019. The approximate publication time of conference proceedings is the first quarter of 2020. This approach allows our participants to finalize their papers taking into account the comments and questions from their colleagues during their report even after the conference.
Conference Program:

Conference program will be added 2 weeks before the event

Accommodation in Prague

We have agreed with our partner organizations more favorable conditions for accommodation for you:

- Masyryk dormitory - guest rooms . ***

* double room - 41 Euro / night

* single room - 29 Euro / night

approx. 100 meters from MIAS

https://www.suz.cvut.cz/hotely/masarykova-kolej

- Hotel Olympik ****

* double room - 52 Euro / night

* single room - 50 Euro / night

25 minutes by metro

https://www.olympik.cz/cz/olympik/

These are special prices for us, if you would like to write more detailed requirements (object, date) and we will provide you with better prices (which differ from the counter).

Contact Us
Kulachinskaya Anastasia,
Jaromír Veber

Conference managers:
Е-mail: nsr.bcped@gmail.com,
Contacts:
Manager:
Kulachinskaya Anastasia
Е-mail: nsr.bcped@gmail.com
+7-921-904-04-49

Address:
191186
Saint-Petersburg
Dvorcovaya emb. 26
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