Annual International Scientific Conference, 3rd Edition

Financial and Monetary Economics – FME 2015

October 23, 2015, Bucharest, Romania

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Purpose: to create, maintain, and permanently develop an intellectual environment within which the new ideas, concepts, methodology, and tools in economic and general social sciences and humanities are debated, refined and introduced in the national, European, and international scientific mainstream. The motto of our Conference is „access forbidden to those who are afraid to make mistakes".

 

Personality: The Annual International Scientific Conferences EFM of the Centre for Financial and Monetary Research „Victor Slăvescu" supports dis-inhibited debates in the all economic and social fields among researchers, Ph.D. students, post-doc students, public institutions and authorities representatives (at national or European levels). It aspires to contribute to the Romanian economic school development through approaching both at fundamental and empirical level, the current and future, the actual and potential issues of: the sustainable economic growth, translational economic development, economic growth and the well-being relationship, economic prediction and its questions, economic hypotheses testing (logically and econometrically), macro-stability and micro-imbalances, public sustainable policies, good governance (at company, national, and European level), new methodologies in the economic analysis (like theory of deterministic chaos, reaction-diffusion equations, limited rationality, etc.). The Annual International Scientific Conferences EFM are open to all those interested in a serious, informed, non-orthodox, and courageous debate on most difficult, relevant and scientifically urgent issues in the economic field.

 

Sections:

·           Section 1: Fiscality, public budget, and real economy

·           Section 2: Currency, financial institutions, and nominal economy

·           Section 3: International economics and finance

·           Section 4: Corporate and personal finance

·           Section 5: Sustainable economic development