Procedia of Economics and Business Administration 2017,

ISSN: 2392-8174, ISSN-L: 2392-8166

Aim & Scope

Procedia is committed to publish the best original reseaches presented at International Conference on Economic Sciences and Business Administration. The aim is to bring together academics and practitioners from various countries and cultural environments around the world, all sharing common research interests in the main topic of the conference. Contributions with both a theoretical and empirical focus are welcomed.

Polices     Guide for Authors

Procedia of Economics and Business Administration provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. Procedia allow the author(s) to hold the copyright without restrictions. All the papers are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License Creative Commons License

Each paper has a unique Digital Object Identifier. DOI prefix: 10.26458

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ISSN: 2392-8174, ISSN-L: 2392-8166

 
      

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ISSN: 2392-8174, ISSN-L: 2392-8166

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Procedia of Economics and Business Administration 2014,

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Editorial Board

  1. Gheorghe ZAMAN, MCA, CS I - Institutul de Economie Nationala, Academia Romana, Romania
  2. Aurelian A. BONDREA, Spiru Haret, University, Romania
  3. David Collins , Head of Suffolk Business School, University of Suffolk, UK
  4. Emma Bond , Professor of Socio-TechnicalResearch, Faculty of Arts, Business andApplied Social Science, University of Suffolk, UK
  5. Hafiz T.A. KHAN, Middlesex University, London, UK
  6. Christos SARMANIOTIS, Alexander TechnologicalEducational Institute of Thessaloniki, Greece
  7. Wlodzimierz SROKA, Academy of Business in Dabrowa Górnicza, Poland
  8. Irene Tilikidou, Alexander TechnologicalEducational Institute of Thessaloniki, Greece
  9. Manuela EPURE, Spiru Haret University; The Academy of Romanian Scientists, Romania
  10. Selcuk KENDIRLI , Hitit University, Turkey
  11. Reha Metin ALKAN, Hitit University, Turkey
  12. Halil Ibrahim AYDIN, Batman University, Turkey
  13. Irfan CAGLAR, Hitit University, Turkey
  14. Gheorghe M. EPURAN, Universitatea Transilvania, Brasov, Romania
  15. Daniela Artemisa CALU, Bucharest University of Economic Studies (BUES), Romania
  16. Daniela PASNICU, Spiru Haret University, INCSMPS, Romania
  17. Speranta PÎRCIOG, National Scientific Research Institute for Labour and Social Protection, Romania
  18. Magdalena SITEK, University of Euroregional Economy in Józefów, Poland
  19. Magdalena SITEK, University of Euroregional Economy in Józefów, Poland
  20. Nada TRUNK ŠIRCA, International School for Social and Business Studies Celje, Slovenia