EUconomics International Conference
“Financial and Monetary Policies for Fostering European Integration”
30 March –1 April 2023
On behalf of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration from Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iaşi (Romania), we are pleased to invite you to participate in the EUconomics International Conference “Financial and Monetary Policies for Fostering European Integration” organized within the Jean Monnet Module “Towards New Paradigms of EU Economics: Financial and Monetary Milestones” (EUconomics), on March 30th – April 1st, 2023, in Iași. To reach a wider audience, the conference will be organized as a hybrid event, although we strongly encourage in-person attendance for presenters.
The conference aims to bring into discussion the key role of EU financial and monetary policies for fostering European integration and will provide the background for the development of constructive debates on this and other connected topics. Young and established academics, researchers, and practitioners from both Romania and other EU and non-EU countries are encouraged to attend and bring their contribution to a better understanding of the European policy background, old and new challenges for policy making, and specific role of financial and monetary policies in supporting growth and stability in Europe and around the world.
Contributions on the following (non-restrictive) topics are welcome:
- Emerging economic, societal, environmental, and technological challenges for European policy making
- Fiscal policies and their impact on the European business environment
- European monetary policies and financial stability
- Banks, insurance, and financial markets in the European Union
- Business management in a dynamic European policy environment
- Legal issues and approaches to strengthening the European regulatory framework
Within the conference, a Students’ Roundtable will be organized. Bachelor and master’s students are encouraged to submit essays on the topic of the conference and present their ideas in front of an envisaged audience, as means of further exploring and expanding their understanding of European financial and monetary integration.
The submission of both full-length papers and extended abstracts (between 300-500 words) is welcome. All submissions must be in English. Each participating author is allowed to submit up to 2 papers. Authors are invited to submit their contribution electronically, at the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than on March 1, 2023. In preparing the abstract/paper, the authors are required to strictly follow the templates below.
JM Module “Towards New Paradigms of EU Economics: Financial and Monetary Milestones”
Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași
Address: Bvd. Carol I, no. 22, Iasi, 700505