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ICABE 2018: in Bali Indonesia, March 7-9 2018
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This year's keynote speakers are the following:

 

  • Professor William Bartlett, London School of Economics, UK

     “Attracting FDI to the Western Balkans: is the path to EU integration turning into a "race to the bottom?”

  • Professor Catherine De La Robertie, University of Paris 1, Sorbonne, France

“Chinese Strategic Intelligence, Organizational Strategy and Competitive    Intelligence”

  • Professor Emeritus Theodore Katsanevas, University of Piraeus, Greece

“The Loan Trap of the Greek Economy and the Way Out”

  • Professor Jesus Lopez-Rodriguez, University of A Coruna, Spain

“Geographical Economics in the Andalusian Municipalities”

  • Professor El Thalassinos, Chair Jean Monnet, University of Piraeus, Greece

“How to Avoid Future Financial Crises”

  • Professor Natalia Vovchenko, Vice Rector Rostov State University of Economics, Russia

“Green Economy and Economic Growth: Trends, Challenges and Opportunities for the EU”

  • Professor Ramona Rupeika-Apoga, University of Latvia, Latvia

“SMEs’ Alternative Financing as a Critical Part of the EU Competitiveness Enhancement: The Case of Latvia”

  • Professor Tassos Malliaris, Loyola University of Chicago, the Quinlan School of Business, USA

“Globalism Vs Nationalism: U.S. Monetary Policy (Skype)”

 

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