Conference topics

Spatial EconomicsBussiness Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility – CSR
Public EconomicsBusiness Economics
Economy of Small and Medium EnterprisesRegional Economic Development
Sustainable DevelopmentStrategy Management
Innovation ManagementRisk Management
Energy ManagementMarketing
Methods of Decision-MakingAgent-Modelling
Methods of Economic and ICT ModellingICT Development
ICT Innovation

Preliminary Overview of Session

  1. Spationomy
    (Spatial Economics, Regional Development, Regional Policy,
    Regional Economic Development, Sustainable Development)
  2. Economics
    (Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Public Economics,
    Business Economics, Behavioral Economics)
  3. Current Trends in Management
    (Strategic Management, Innovation Management, Risk Management,
    Energy Management, Decision Making Methods, Marketing)
  4. New Approaches to Competitiveness
    (Economy of Small and Medium Enterprises, Finance, Accounting)
  5. Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
  6. ICT section
    (Agent – Modelling, ICT development, methods of economic modeling and ICT,
    ICT innovation)

The Program

11th April12th April
Registration08:00 - 09:00Registration08:00 - 09:00
Opening session and plenary session09:00 - 12:00Sessions and Workshops09:00 - 10:30
Lunch13:00 - 14:00Coffe break10:30 - 11:00
Sessions and Workshops14:30 - 16:30Sessions11:00 - 12:30
Social evening18:00 - 22:00Lunch12:30

Special session

11th April 

Mgr. Vít Pászto, Ph.D.

Moravian Business College Olomouc, Czech Republic

SPATIONOMY – Spatial economics

This special session of the IDS conference covers topics dealing with geographical aspects of economic data analysis. The scope of this session is broad to attract a wide variety of scholars to present, share and discuss their research. The special session includes (but is not limited to) presentations on Spatial Economics, Regional Economic Development, Regional Policy, Sustainable Development, Economic Geography, Geovisualisation of Economic Data, and other corresponding topics. Scholars and scientists on a different stage of their carriers, especially early-stage researchers, are very welcomed to communicate their ideas to a wider audience.

 

Workshops

11th April

Ing. Peter Šedík

Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra, Slovakia

Topic: Sweet Marketing Science

Honey quality and consumer behaviour: A new approach to marketing research.

 

12th April

Assoc. prof. Ing. Petr Čermák, Ph.D.

Moravian Business College Olomouc, Czech Republic

Topic: Artificial intelligence and robotics

Examples of systems with using fuzzy rule bases. Workshop participants will be able to modify the adaptation process of economics and robotics fuzzy rule based models by changing adaptation parameters or changing rule bases directly.