The ninth edition: Shaping the Future of Business and Economy
21-22 October 2021, Bucharest, Romania
Unexpected times brought to the fore major transformations lately. What dynamics redefine now the overall business and economic landscape? What is the impact on management practices that the accelerated adoption of technology and AI, and the shifts in working habits and consumption trends have? What are the winning emerging strategies which address the complex crises the world faces today? What strategic choices do the shapers in industry and finance choose and what is their probable impact? Who are the runner-ups and how are their perspectives changing? What is the future going to look like?
Up to this point, we observe that in many fields adaptation has been outflanked by agility, whereas reaction has been overtaken by proactive attitudes in the quest for sustainable competitive advantages. The unprecedented rhythm of change and the appearance of disruptions at all levels triggered by the most recent developments will be explored during the conference.
The ninth edition of STRATEGICA International Conference – Shaping the Future of Business and Economy – aims to become an agora for multidisciplinary academic debates. New conceptualizations and concepts’ operationalization are expected to be presented, as a result of the studies and of the debates regarding the multidimensional shifts the human civilization faces at many levels. We, therefore, invite scholars to contribute to the debates on the evolving issues liable to call forth innovative research and practical directions, and to spark off far-seeing minds!
Considering the current worldwide situation, STRATEGICA 2021 will be an online videoconference.
Anthony de Lannoy – Alternate Executive Director at the International Monetary Fund
Lajos György Szabó – Vice-Rector for Education, Corvinus University of Budapest
Eric Tsui – Professor at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Aparna Mathur – Senior Research Manager in Economics, Amazon; Senior Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School’s Mossavar-Rahmani Center