Organization: «East West» Association for Advanced Studies and Higher EducationEvent Date: 2017-02-19 to 2017-02-19 Abstract Due: 2017-02-19
«East West» Association for Advanced Studies and Higher Education GmbH (Vienna, Austria) invites you to participate in the XIV International Conference on Economic Sciences, which will be held in Vienna on February 20, 2017. The conference will be conducted in distance way without necessity of personal presence.
No expenses for a trip and hotel stay
Low cost price of publishing services
Free certificate of participation
We invite students and postgraduate students, postdoctoral students, employees of educational institutions, without regard to the country of residence, to participation in the conference.
Articles for the conference proceedings are accepted till February 19, 2017 inclusive. Working languages: English, German, Russian, Ukrainian.
Example of output data of an article: Mark, Smith. The Institutional Analysis of a Competition // Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Economic Sciences. «East West» Association for Advanced Studies and Higher Education GmbH. Vienna. 2016. P. 112-117.
Austrian ISBN and output data of the Austrian organizer are given to the conference proceedings. Conference proceedings are sent to the authors by regular mail, certificates of participation in conference by email. Part edition of publication is sent to libraries of the largest higher education institutions of Austria.
Term of sending of electronic certificates, electronic version of publication is up to 25 working days after the last date of reception of articles. Term of publication and sending of printed version is up to 15 working days after sending of electronic version.
Sections of the conference
Economics, organization and management of enterprises, branches, complexes
Economics of population and demography
Economics of entrepreneurship
Economics of recreation and tourism
Finance, monetary circulation and credit
Management of innovations
Mathematical and instrumental methods in economics
Standardization and product quality control