Welcome to the website of the
13th INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC Conference – 2019
ON SUSTAINABLE REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT:
ECONOMICAL, MANAGEMENT, LAW AND TECHNOLOGICAL POSSIBILITIES
to be held at the

Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences, Klaipeda, 24 - 25th October 2019
organized by
Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences, Klaipeda. Lithuania
in cooperation with

Szent István University, Gödöllő, Hungary
Warszawska Szkoła Zarządzania- Szkoła Wyższa, Poland
Banking University, Ukraine

University of Tetova, North Macedonia

 

 

The aim of the conference is to promote scientific debate on current regional economic, management and technology problems, strengthen international cooperation between researchers and provoke academic and business discussions in the field of sustainable development.

Representatives from other countries are welcome to participate. The work in the conference will be organised in opening plenary session, parallel sessions, and concluding plenary session.

Competition for the best poster will be organised and winner of the best poster will be awarded at the final plenary session.

Publications of conference proceedings will also be organized. The best articles will be published in scientific Vadyba/Journal of Management (ISSN: 1648-7974, ISSN 2424-399X (online). Journal is included in the Index Copernicus, CEEOL and EBSCO international databases.

 

All conference material will be reviewed by two reviewers before the conference. Conference languages are English, Lithuanian and Russian.

Sessions:

  • Public Administration and Society, Human Development, Education Management
  • Organization Management Problems
  • The Role of Tourism and Environmental Management in Economic Development
  • Sustainable Economic Development
  • The Role of Technologies in Economic Development

Important dates

Deadline participation fee (early birds)

July 1, 2019

Deadline for registration

September 13, 2019

Deadline for Full Paper Submission

September 13, 2019

Deadline Author Notification

September 13, 2019

Deadline Publication/Participation Fee

October 7, 2019

Draft programmer of the Conference

October 21, 2019

For publication to Vadyba / Journal of Management (ISSN 1648-7974) must be sent

  1. The Article (see requirements and template).
  2. Scanned and signed guarantee letter (see form of guarantee letter).
  3. One review (see review form).

Homepage: VADYBA

 

Electronic versions please send by e-mail: jurgita.martinkiene@ltvk.lt

Deadline - September 13, 2019

Registration Fee


Full participation: 250€ (early birds: 220€, until July 1'st 2019)
(The price includes the participation at the conference, the publication costs, refreshments, lunch on Thursday, the dinner and social gathering on Friday evening, the cultural programmes and for one publication)


Accompanying persons: 180€
(The price includes the participation at the conference, refreshments, lunch on Thursday, the dinner and social gathering on Friday evening, the cultural programmes and for one publication)


Accompanying persons: 50€ 
(The price includes the participation at the conference, refreshments and lunch on Thursday)

 

PhD student: 120€
(The price includes the participation at the conference, refreshments, lunch on Thursday, the dinner and social gathering on Friday evening, the cultural programmes and for one publication)


Fee for one publication without participation: 100€
(The price includes the costs of publication)

Payment Information

Must be transferred until October 7, 2019 to the following account:
Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences
Reg. Nr. 291828430
Turgaus St. 21, LT-9249 Klaipėda
LT 65 7044 0600 0050 6626
AB SEB bank, bank code 70440,
Purpose of payment – International conference October 2019 and name, family name of participants.

Conference Organizing Committee:

  • Assoc. prof.  Genovaitė Avižonienė, Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences
  • Assoc. prof.  Jurgita Martinkienė, Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences
  • Assoc. prof. Raimonda Tamoševičienė, Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences
  • Assoc. prof. Dr. Zsuzsanna Tóth-Naár, Szent István University (Hungary)
  • Assistant prof. Dr. Emese Bruder, Szent István University (Hungary)
  • Samanta Štraupaitė, Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences
  • Modestas Vaikšnoras, Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences

Conference Scientific Committee:

  • Prof. Dr. (H/P) Valentinas Navickas, Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania) - Chair
  • Prof. Dr. Maria Fekete-Farkas, Szent István University (Hungary) - Chair
  • Prof. Dr. Angelė Lileikienė, Lithuania Business University of applied sciences (Lithuania)
  • Prof. Dr. József Popp , Szent István University (Hungary)
  • Prof. Dr. Anzhela Kuznyetsova, Banking University (Ukraine)
  • Prof. Dr. Svitlana Kuznetsova, Banking University (Ukraine)
  • Prof. dr. Danie F. Meyer, North-West University, Vaal Campus Vanderbijlpark (South Africa)
  • Assoc. prof. Eng. Waldemar Gajda, Warsaw Management School (Poland)
  • Prof. Dr. Zoltán Lakner, Szent István University (Hungary)
  • Prof. Dr. Csaba Bálint Illés, Szent István University (Hungary)
  • Prof. Dr. Hazir Pollozhani, University of Tetova (North Macedonia)
  • Prof. Habil. Dr. Arūnas Lapinskas, Petersburg State Transport University (Russia)
  • Prof. Dr. Sergej Vojtovich University of Alexander Dubcek in Trencin (Slovakia)
  • Prof. Gideon Falk, Purdue University Calumet, (USA)
  • Prof. Dr. Stasys Paulauskas Strategic Self-Management Institute (Lithuania)
  • Prof. Dr. Zoltán Zéman, Szent István University (Hungary)
  • Prof., PhD Tetyana Girchenko, Banking University (Ukraine)
  • Prof. dr. Barbara Lubas, Warsaw Management School (Poland)
  • Prof. dr. (HP) Joanna Paliszkiewicz, Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW (Poland)
  • Assoc. prof. Natanya Meyer, North-West University, Vaal Campus Vanderbijlpark (South Africa)
  • Prof. Dr. Róbert Magda, Szent István University (Hungary)
  • Prof. Dr. Anna Törő-Dunay, Szent István University (Hungary)
  • Assoc. prof. Dr. Sergey Vinogradov, Szent István University (Hungary)
  • Assoc. prof. Dr. Faton Shabani, University of Tetova (North Macedonia)
  • Assoc. prof. Dr. Agon Memeti, University of Tetova (North Macedonia)

 

PROGRAMME 

24 October, 2019

 

TIME

PROGRAMME

900– 1000

Registration Desk  (Culture Factory, Bangu st. 5a), Klaipeda

1000–1330

PLENARY SESSION (seminar hall A)

Plenary Chair - Prof. dr. Maria Fekete-Farkas, Szent István University (Hungary)

Prof. dr. (H/P) Valentinas Navickas, Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania)

1000 – 1020    

Opening Speech

Vytautas Grubliauskas, Mayor of Klaipeda Municipality

Viktoras KrolisDirector of Klaipeda Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts

Prof. dr. Angele Lileikiene, Director of the Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences     

PLENARY PRESENTATIONS

1020 – 1045  

Simonas Gentvilas. Lithuanian Master plan and white book on regions: another paperwork or efficient strategy. Member of Parliament of the Republic of Lithuania, Vice-Chairman of the Environment Committee (Lithuania).

1045 – 1110

Prof. dr. Pat Obi. Tourism Development and Economic Growth: A Comparative Study of the U.S. and Baltics States. Purdue University Northwest, Hammond, Indiana (USA).

1110 – 1135

Prof. dr. Casimir C. Barczyk.     Organizational and National Culture:     Implications for Expanding High Impact Entrepreneurship in Lithuania. Purdue University Northwest (USA).

1135 – 1210   

COFFEE BREAK  (second floor lobby)

1210 – 1235 

Prof. dr. Robert Jeyakumar Nathan, Chin Xin Y, Éva Hegyesné Görgényi, Vijay Victor, Gyorgy Gonda, prof. dr. Maria Fekete Farkas. Impact of Knowledge and Innovation Management to Firm Financial and Non-Financial Performance. Multimedia University (Malaysia); Doctoral School of Management and Business Administration, Szent Istvan University; Hungary, Faculty of Social Sciences, Szent Istvan University (Hungary).

1235 – 1300

Prof. dr. Stasys Paulauskas. South Baltic Blue Growth Index. Strategic Self-Management Institute (Lithuania). 

1300 – 1330      

THE ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS

1330 – 1400

COFFEE BREAK (second floor lobby)

1400 – 1710

Sections Presentations (seminar hall A and GALLERY)

1715–1755 

Plenary Closing Speech

1800–2000 

Discussions at a Coffee Table


SECTION 1. Management, Economy, Technology, Law and Sustainable Regional Development 

(Culture Factory, Bangu St. 5a, seminar hall A)

Section’s chair – Prof. dr. (H/P) Valentinas Navickas (Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania), 

Section’s moderators: Prof. dr. Maria Fekete-Farkas (Szent István University, Hungary)

Assoc. prof. dr. Izolda Skruibyte (Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences, Lithuania)

TIME

PROGRAMME

1400–1410

Prof. dr. Valentinas Navickas, prof. dr. inż. Waldemar GajdaAnatomy of Power: the Economic and Methodological Aspect. Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania), Warsaw Management School – Graduate and Postgraduate School (Poland).

1410–1420

Prof. dr.  inż. Waldemar Gajda, honor. prof. doc. dr. Vasyl Zaplatynsky. Innovative Directions of the Future. Warsaw Management School – Graduate and Postgraduate School (Poland).

1420–1430

Dorsaf Maayoufi, Tibor Farkas, Emese Bruder. Gender Gap in Enterprise Ownership in Developing and Developed Countries. Doctoral School of Management and Business Administration, Szent Istvan University Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, Szent Istvan University (Hungary).

1430–1440

Farheen Naz, prof. dr. Robert Magda. Indian Consumer’s Purchasing Behaviour Towards Eco-Friendly Products. Doctoral School Of Management and Business Administration, Szent Istvan University, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, Szent Istvan University, (Hungary); North West University (South Africa).

1440–1450

Igor Borisov, assoc. prof. dr. Szergej Vinogradov. The Effect of Collaboration-Oriented Managerial Environment on Employee Job Satisfaction. Doctoral School of Management and Business Administration, Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences, Institute of Economics, Law and Methodology, Szent István University (Hungary).

1450–1500

Džeina Kleina, Svetlana Štāle. Motivational Factors of Employees in Latvian Labor Market. Liepaja University, Riga Technical University (Latvia).

1500–1510

Prof. dr. Angele Lileikiene. The Stability of Commercial Banks in the Post-Crisis Period. Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences (Lithuania).

1510–1520

Assoc. prof. Raimonda Tamoseviciene, assoc. prof. dr. Rasa Grigoliene. Personal Characteristics of A Successful Employee: Employer Expectations and the Students' Opinions. Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences (Lithuania).

1520–1530

Assoc. prof. dr. Izolda Skruibyte. The Influence of Corporate Social Responsibility on National Competitiveness in Countries with Different Manifestation of IndividualismLithuania Business University of Applied Sciences (Lithuania).

1530–1540

Prof. dr. Yuri Kochetkov, Elena Sventitskaya.The Development of Small Business as the Basis for the Successful Functioning of the Latvian Economy. Baltic International Academy (Latvia). 

1540–1550

Assoc. prof. dr. Vyte Kontautiene. Development and Evaluation of the Students’ Collaboration Skills Working in International Teams. Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences (Lithuania).

1550–1600

Assoc. prof. dr. Ernesta Molotokiene. Philosophical Challenges for Sustainable Regional Development. Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences (Lithuania).

1600–1610

Jadvyga Jureviciene. Proffessional Ethics in the Accountant's Work. Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences (Lithuania).

1610–1620

Assoc. prof. Kristina Puleikiene. Capital Structure Decisions in the Business Companies of Maritime Sector. Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences, Siauliai University (Lithuania).

1620–1630

Raminta Benetyte, Justas Salkevicius, Rytis Krusinskas. Stock Markets Forecasting Using Artificial Neural Networks: The Role of R&D Expenditures and Ceo Compensation. Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania).

1630–1640

Lect. Daiva. Viningiene. Tourism  Business Environment has Changed with the Example of Countries. Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences (Lithuania).

1640–1650

Lect. Rasa Romeryte-Sereikiene, assoc. prof. dr. Laura Saltyte-Vaisiauske. Study of the LTVK Graduates Career Monitoring. Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences, Klaipeda University (Lithuania).

1650–1700

Assoc. prof. dr. Jurgita Martinkiene, lect. Modestas Vaiksnoras. Empowerment Importance in Managerial Competences. Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences (Lithuania).


SECTION 2. Management, Economy, Technology, Law and Sustainable Regional Development

(Culture Factory, Bangu St. 5a, GALLERY)

Section’s chair – prof. dr. Inga Dailidiene (Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences, Lithuania),

Section’s moderators: assoc. prof. dr. Rasa Grigoliene (Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences, Lithuania), dr. jur. Jānis Grasis (Stradins University Latvia)

TIME

PROGRAMME

1400–1410

Prof. dr Barbara Lubas, dr. Kinga Podleśna – Dudicz. Competitiveness in Business Management. Warsaw Management School – Graduate and Postgraduate School (Poland).

1410–1420

Prof. dr. Olegas Ramasauskas. Aspects of Creating a Smart Environment Through College Science and Technology. Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences (Lithuania).

1420–1430

Assist. lect. dr. jur.Tibor László Csegődi, János Tatár. Some, Especially Legal and Economic Aspects of Using Bio-Labels. Szent Istvan University (Hungary).

1430–1440

Lect. Irina Solomatina. Demand of Logistics Specialists in the Labor Market. Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences (Lithuania).

1440–1450

Dr. jur. Jānis Grasis. Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals in the Republic of Latvia.  Stradins University (Latvia).

1450–1500

Dr. Agon Memeti, dr. Faton Shabani, Berat Isa. Foreign Exchange Rate Update Based on Soa. University of Tetova, South East European University at Tetova (Nord Makedonia).

1500–1510

Amar Uuld, prof. dr. Robert Magda. An Analysis of Technical Efficiency of Vegetable‘S Households In Mongolia. Szent Istvan University (Hungary), North West University (South Africa).

1510–1520

Prof. dr. Inga Dailidiene, Julija Melnikova, Toma Mingelaite, Remigijus Dailide Indre Razbadauskaite-Venske. Smart Environment Change Management Integration in the Egypt Universities. Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences, Klaipeda University, LCC International University(Lithuania).

1520–1530

Audronė Ispiryan, assoc. prof. dr. Algirdas Giedraitis. Integration of Information and Communication Technologies (Ict) in Berry and Fruit Farms Cooperation in Lithuania. Vytautas Magnus University jointly with Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry, Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences, Klaipeda University (Lithuania).

1530–1540

Dr.Simona Grigaliuniene. The Growth of  Digital Printing. Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences (Lithuania).

1540–1550

Assoc. prof. Renata Sliaziene, Erika Statkiene. Liability and Compensation for Accidents at Work. Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences (Lithuania).

1550–1600

Mgr. inż. Adam Bielski,  prof. dr.  inż. Waldemar Gajda. Projects as a Form of Providing Innovation. Warsaw Management School – Graduate and Postgraduate School (Poland).

1600–1610

Katalin Tari. Analysis of Online Shopping Trends of Hungarian and American Online Consumers.  Szent Istvan University (Hungary).

1610–1620

Mykolas Navickas, prof. dr. Vytautas Juscius. Preconditions for the Formation of the Shadow Economy in the Maritime Sector. Klaipeda University (Lithuania).

1620–1630

Mantas Svazas, Manta Liberyte. Dualistic Impact of Economic Indicators on Sustainable Development. Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania).

1630–1640

Natalja Jarohnovica, Juris Roberts Kalnins. The Concept of Methodology for Optimising Project-Portfolio. Ventspils University of Applied Sciences (Latvia).

1640–1650

Lect. Eugenijus Valavičius. Website evaluation problems. Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences (Lithuania).

1650–1700

Assoc. prof. dr. Rasa Grigoliene, assoc. prof.  Raimonda Tamoseviciene. Enterprise Competitiveness in the Context of Innovation. Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences (Lithuania).

1715–1755 – PLENARY CLOSING SPEECH

1800–2000 – Discussions at a coffee table


25 October, 2019

 

830 – 930  - Visit to the Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences (Turgaus str. 21, Klaipeda);

930 Departing bus from Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences to Holy Mass on Klaipėda Šventojo Pranciškaus Asyžiečio church; 

1000 – 1145 - The Holy Mass on Klaipėda Šventojo Pranciškaus Asyžiečio church  (Savanoriu str.);

1200 – 1600 - Cultural program for foreign guests  -  Cooperation center “Spiecius” in Klaipeda (Liepu str. 83, Klaipeda);

1600– 1700- Free time;

1700 – 2300 - Celebration of the anniversary in Klaipėda Concert Hall (Šaulių g. 36, Klaipeda).

Culture Factory

Bangu St. 5a,  Klaipeda
Tel. (8 46) 31 00 99, Fax. (8 46) 31 43 20
E-mail: jurgita.martinkiene@ltvk.lt

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Assoc. prof. Jurgita Martinkienė

jurgita.martinkiene@ltvk.lt

Turgaus St. 21, LT-91249 Klaipeda, Lithuania, Lietuva

Tel. (+370 46) 31 10 99