The Reform measures and green transition in developing economies is a pivotal gathering focused on catalyzing a sustainable and green transition in developing economies through visionary reforms in governance, business regulation, and trade. Significant structural impediments continue to hinder growth in emerging markets and developing economies. These stem from a range of issues, including ineffective governance, political instability, and corruption. The conference aims to be a dynamic forum for stakeholders dedicated to advancing environmentally conscious policies in emerging markets.
Conference Dates: June 20-21, 2024
Venue: Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
We warmly invite the submission of original research papers, case studies, and policy analyses that address the pivotal theme of green transition in developing economies. The conference aims to bring together experts from the relevant fields to explore and discuss main themes and objectives of the Reform measures and green transition in developing economies conference.
|Scientists and professionals are invited to submit the papers in the following topics:
|Institutional Reforms for Sustainable Development
|International Trade, Investment, and Global Green Initiatives
|Circular Economy and Waste Management
|Social Equity in Green Transitions
|Public-Private Partnerships for Green Projects
|Digitalization, Education and Capacity Building for Sustainability
|Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Change
|Business Regulation and Sustainable Practices
|Trade Liberalization and Green Economy
|Historical Perspectives on Green Transitions
|Energy Policy and Green Investments
|Social and Economic Impacts of Green Transition
|Technological Innovation for Sustainable Development
|Economics and Finance
|Entrepreneurship and Small and Medium Entrepreneurship
|Globalization at the crossroads
|Corruption in the Western Balkans
|Political economy of the WB countries
|Challenges to EU enlargement/integration imposed by open-ended peace processes in the Western Balkans
|The long-term cost of securitization and stabilitocracy in the approach of the EU to the Western Balkans
|The challenges posed by current geopolitical changes on international security
|Other relevant topics
Abstracts should be 250 words long including 4 to 5 keywords. The abstract should state the subject and goal of the research, the results of the research and their implications.
Abstracts and papers should be submitted electronically, in an attachment - as an open document (MS Word format).
Brief biography of the author(s) along with the contact information should be included in the email as well.
For submission and registration details please visit ibu.edu.ba/icesos.
Conference proceedings will be submitted to the Conference Proceedings Citation Indeks (CPCI).
Accepted papers will be published in conference proceedings and selected papers will be published in the Journal of Economics and Social Stuides (jecoss.ibu.edu.ba).
Submissions will undergo a double-blind peer-review process.
For comprehensive registration information, kindly visit ibu.edu.ba/icesos or feel free to reach out to us by sending a message to [email protected].
Registration Fee per person (International/Bosnia and Herzegovina):
45 EUR/30 EUR
Participants Without Presentation – Guests (International/Bosnia and Herzegovina):
40 EUR/25 EUR
Students Participation Fee per person: Payment Instructions
The full registration fee for the registered participant includes:
Admission to all sessions
Refreshments during the breaks
Certificate of attendance
Book of Abstracts
We are looking forward to greeting you in ICESoS 2024, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Assistant Prof. Dr. Irfan Djedovic