For any inquiries concerning the organizational issues of the EACES conference 2022 in Naples, please, contact Francesco Pastore at Francesco.PASTORE<at>unicampania.it.
For any inquiries concerning the payment of the conference and membership fees, please, contact Jürgen Jerger, the Treasurer of EACES, at j.jerger<at>ur.de.
For any general EACES-related inquiries, please contact the president of EACES at lehmann<at>ios-regensburg.de or the secretary of EACES at gatskova<at>ios-regensburg.de or the treasurer of EACES at j.jerger<at>ur.de.
The European Association for Comparative Economic Studies (EACES) was founded in 1990. The principal focus of the association is the comparative study of real economic systems, including the economies of East and West, North and South, as well as the economic interactions among systems and among regional areas, such as the EU. The Association is a broadly based organization in which all schools of economic thought can exchange views and ideas on current and prospective research.
The Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (Leibniz-Institut für Ost- und Südosteuropaforschung – IOS) is one of the largest and longest-established institutions of its kind in Germany. IOS is organized as a non-university research institution. It brings economic, historical, and other social science expertise to bear on multidisciplinary research fields that are oriented towards transnational and comparative perspectives. The focus lies especially on Southeast Europe and the territory of the former Soviet Union.
The Department of Business and Economic Studies (DiSAE) of the University of Naples Parthenope has a strong tradition for high quality research in the field of economics and business. The research activities carried out in the department concern theoretical and empirical aspects, analyzing enterprises and their interactions with institutions in different markets and different social and economic contexts. The main research fields include: Macroeconomics, International Economics and Development Economics; Microeconomics, Industrial Economics and Institutional Economics; Finance; Quantitative methods for economics; Accounting and Accounting History; Management, Strategy and Business Organization; Organization theory and human resources management; Informative systems; European law, competition law and banking law.
Local organization committee: Floro Ernesto Caroleo (co-lead) and Francesco Pastore (Vice-President of EACES and co-lead); Rosaria Rita Canale, Rita De Siano, Damiano Fiorillo, Claudio Quintano, Antonella Rocca, Alessandro Sapio.