Presentation title: A multi-level lexical approach in researching the image of marketing objects
Dr. Magdalena Kolańska-Stronka
Scientific researcher at the Faculty of Psychology, University of Zielona Góra, Poland
Dr. Magdalena Kolańska-Stronka is a scientific researcher at the Faculty of Psychology, University of Zielona Góra, Poland. She received Ph.D. in psychology. Her research interests are focused on consumer behavior including consumer perception of self-image and congruence. She is an author and co‐author of papers referring to consumer behavior. She has published e.g., in the Journal of Strategic Marketing; Management, and Business Administration. Central Europe.
Presentation title: Environmental management accounting meeting responsible consumption and production to address climate change
Prof. Dr. Breggie van der Poll
Professor of Management Accounting at the Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership
Prof. Dr. Breggie van der Poll joined the University of South Africa in 2002 and in 2013 moved to the Graduate School of Busines Leadership (SBL). She holds a DCom in Financial Management Sciences (University of Pretoria, South Africa). She is currently a Professor of Management Accounting at the Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership and the acting manager: Post Graduate Studies coordinating all Master research reports and Doctor of Business Leadership Theses. Prof Breggie has published 27 accredited articles in both national and international journals and presented 23 papers at national and international conferences. She has supervised 9 full Master and 8 PhD students to completion. Currently she is supervising 11 Doctoral students, and 2 MPhil students. She is interested in Environmental Management Accounting – qualitative studies and is a C3 National Research Foundation (NRF) rated researcher.
Dr. Nina Wang
Dr. Nina Wang is an Associate Professor of Finance at Hofstra University. She received her bachelor’s degree from Renmin University of China, and M.A. and Ph.D. from Arizona State University. Her research and teaching interests include behavioral finance, investment, asset pricing, and financial econometrics.
Dr. Muhammad Awais
Dr. Muhammad Awais is a business researcher at the Faculty of Management Sciences, Foundation University Islamabad, Pakistan. He received Post-doctorate in Islamic Corporate Governance from International Islamic University Malaysia. He received PhD in Finance from Iqra University Islamabad, Pakistan. His research interests are focused on: Behavior Finance, Strategic Finance, Islamic Finance, and Islamic Corporate Governance. He is an author and co‐author of papers referring to Finance and Corporate Governance. He has published 22 well-recognized publications. He is also an author of research based text book, titled “Underpinnings of Islamic Economics, Banking, and Finance”.
Mrs. Dolly Nyaguthii Wanjau
Mrs. Dolly Nyaguthii Wanjau is currently a lecturer in Accounting at Tshwane university of Technology (TUT). She is in her final stages of completing her PhD. She has 10 years experienced in higher education. Her academic qualifications include MBA from the NWU, BCOM (UNISA), Honours in Accountancy (Swinburne University – Australia) and National Diploma in Accountancy (TUT).
Mr.Sotir Ivanov is a PhD student in the University of National and World Economy in Sofia, Bulgaria. Currently working in the Southeast Europe & Turkey Marketing team of FedEx with interests in high tech, green ideas, and urban environment. Also, part of the organising committee of the Industrial Growth Conference.
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|Prof Dr.Ramzi Knani||“Investigation Tunisian business cycle asymmetry “||“Management College of Southern Africa”|
|Prof Dr.Giovanna Centorrino||“Intellectual Capital for the Environment: Past, Present and Future”||“University of Messina, Italy”|
|Prof .Breggie van der Poll||FROM FOOTPRINT TO HANDPRINT THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL management accounting: THE CASE OF SOUTH AFRICA||Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL) – University of South Africa (UNISA)|
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|Prof Dr.Angela Maria Filip”||“Extreme market sentiments and herding behavior”||“Babes-Bolyai University, Romania”|
|Dr.Magdalena Kolańska-Stronka||“Mediation effect of self-brand congruence in relation materialism and brand engagement in self-concept (BESC) among teenagers”||“University of Zielona Gora, Poland”|
|Mrs.Assia Sadki||“The impact of marketers’ online messages on the perceived credibility: Case of Moroccan consumers of cosmetic Argan oil”||“Ibn Zohr University, Morocco”|
|Mrs.Nawarathna Liyanage Erandi Abeywardana||“The effect of Isomorphic Influence on Integrated Reporting Practice: Do disclosure Position mediate the relationship?”||“Management and Science University, Sri Lanka”|
|Mrs.Amila Rajapakse||“Nexus between Environmental Attitudes, Perceived Internal Motivators and Green Responsiveness: Developing Economy Perspective”||“University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka”|
|Mr.Pablo Casas Aljama||“Early retired or automatized? Evidence from the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe”||“University of Huelva, Spain”|
|Mr.Oliver Takawira||“Exchange rate movement and stock market performance in South Africa”||“University of Johannesburg, South Africa”|
|Mr.Ayman Zweil||“Studying the Impact of Transformational Leadership as Amediating Variable for the Relationship between Organizational Culture and Strategic Thinking. (Suggested model for industrial companies – Arab Republic of Egypt to be applied to Sumed Company in Alexandria)”||“Arab academy for science, Technology & Maritime Transport, Egypt”|
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|Mrs.Jayaprada Putrevu||“The Efficacy of Remote Auditing in Ensuring and Enhancing the Efficiency of the Internal Audit”||“Abu Dhabi University, UAE”|
|Mr.Abderrahmane Mousstain Mousstain||“The impact of citizens’ involvement on their perception of the brand’s image: The case of the city of Casablanca.”||“Hassan II University, Morocco”|
|Ms.Florin Kosalim||“Indonesia’s Stock Investment Risk Mapping During Covid-19: Rolling Standard Deviation and Ewma Analysis”||“Universitas Indonesia”|
|Mr.Lorenzo Pratici||“Clinicians playing the role of managers: how do they use their time and how would they like to use it?”||“University of Parma, Italy”|
|Ms.Dominika Ehrenbergerova||“The Effect of Higher Capital Requirements on Bank Lending: The Capital Surplus Matters “||“Charles University, Czech Republic”|
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|Dr. Giorgi Mikeladze||Statistical analysis and forecasting of trade relations between Italy and Georgia||IVANE JAVAKHISHVILI TBILISI STATE UNIVERSITY|
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|Mr. Fabian Guiza Pinzon||The influence of Stakeholder management on the success of Social Development Projects within a higher education institution: A case study.||Pedagogical and Technologcal University of Colombia|
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|Prof Dr. Theodoros Daglis||Early effects of the Covid-19 on the Tourism industry: Evidence from the three major cruise companies||National Technical Univeristy of Athens|
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|Mr. Nawaf Alotaibi||Do multiple tasksenhance dishonesty in tournament incentives environment?||University of Complutense Madrid|
|Mr. Luis Miguel Toloza Gordillo||Construction sector`s analysis in the supply and demand of residential buildings around the business management of Stakeholders||Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia|
|Mrs. Daniela Wilfinger||Digital Transformation in the Value Chain – Effects on Major Stakeholders||FH JOANNEUM University of Applied Sciences|