About the Conference

  • The Faculty of Management within the Bucharest University of Economic Studies holds every year in November the International Management Conference. The conference is organized in Bucharest, Romania, in partnership with Management Academic Society in Romania (SAMRO).

    The IMC gives participants the opportunity to exchange ideas on the latest business issues and challenges in the field of management at national and international level. At this scientific networking event researchers and practitioners in universities and industries can debate and join their efforts in finding solutions and answers to the most urgent questions that management is confronted with in the reality of the 21st century.

    This year’s edition of International Management Conference aims for collaboration and joint efforts among the conference participants to emphasize the major role and the influence of the management in this complex, post-crisis social and economic environment at the beginning of the XXIst century.

    The previous editions of the conference had different subtitles, such as “Modern Approaches in Organizational Management and Economy”, “Approaches in Organisational Management”, “New Management for the New Economy”, ”Management Challenges for Sustainable Development”, ”Management and Innovation for Competitive Advantage”, „Challenges of Modern Management”.

    The conference proceedings were published as books, as special numbers of journals and on CD with ISSN. Beginning with 2012 the conference proceedings (CD with ISSN) were submitted for evaluation in order to be covered in the Conference Proceedings Citation Index, and the the 6th edition (2012) was already indexed by Thomson Reuters (ISI).

    Participants are welcome to submit papers on Business Administration, Investment and Project Management, Organizational Performance, Education, Innovation, and Knowledge Management, Strategic Management, Change Management and Entrepreneurship, HR Management, Organisational Culture and Business Ethics, Philosophy of Management and Applied Social Sciences.

    We are also glad to inivite the participants to join the pedestrian tour of Bucharest (with city guide) in the last day of the conference. In addition to the key attractions mentioned, the tour includes information about people as they were decades ago and their ideals that changed the face of Bucharest, stories and rumors that circulated on the Victory Avenue, anecdotes of the interbelic times and details about the history of some old and new buildings. The tour will end in front of the Palace of Parliament. Participants will learn about the history of Bucharest, the architectural styles of buildings, where the “heart of the city” was and why locals happily walked on the Victory Avenue.

    Key attractions:

    • The Romanian Athenaeum
    • The National Museum of Art of Romania (The Royal Palace)
    • Revolution Square (Memorial of Rebirth)
    • Kretzulescu Church
    • The Telephone Palace
    • Capsa House
    • The Palace of the National Military Circle
    • The CEC Palace
    • The National History Museum of Romania
    • Macca Villacrosse Passage
    • Lipscani Street
    • Stavropoleos Church
    • The Palace of the National Bank of Romania
    • Old Court Palace & Church
    • Manuc’s Inn
    • The Palace of Parliament