The economic and social changes in recent years are reflected in the topics of the annual conference, “Economies of the Balkan and Eastern European Countries” (EBEEC). The issues of the economic crisis, along with its effects on the European economies and societies, especially in the Southeastern Europe, and the problems in the banking sector as well as in the sphere of finance are the main concerns of the scientists who participate in the conference and wish to express their views on these issues. EBEEC has managed to establish itself as a major scientific event in the academia of the broader region covered by the scope of the conference, and it is an essential forum for discussing the economic and social developments in Southeastern Europe. The conference has become a benchmark for any scientist who wants to keep in track with economic developments in the region, to form an opinion about current scientific knowledge, and also to get insight into the policies implemented or those that should be applied to improve the economic conditions in individual economies. More than 150 papers were presented in EBEEC 2019 in Bucharest, Romania from several countries. The papers published in this volume have been chosen by the scientific committee of the conference and a blind review process was followed. Macroeconomics, econometrics, finance, banking, accounting, marketing, management, and information systems are a few topics of the papers included in this volume.
Conference date: 10–12 May 2019
Location: Bucharest, Romania
Editors: Persefoni Polychronidou (International Hellenic University, Greece), Alexandra Horobet (Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania), Anastasios Karasavvoglou (International Hellenic University, Greece)
Organizers: International Hellenic University – Department of Accounting and Finance, Greece; Faculty of International Business and Economics – The Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania; Center of Research in International Business and Economics – The Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania; Romanian Academy – Institute for Economic Forecasting, Romania; Romanian Academy – Center for Financial and Monetary Research "Victor Slavescu," Romania
Published: 13 January 2020