European Association for Comparative Economic Studies, Faculty of Economics of the University of Belgrade, and Faculty of Economics of the University of Montenegro
are organising an international conference (EACES workshop) Market Failures and the Roles of Institutions in Milocer, Montenegro, September 22-24, 2011 .
Professor Mario Nuti, University of Rome “La Sapienza”
Professor Saul Estrin, Head of the Department of Management, London School of Economics and Political Science
The Conference includes topics regarding global recession and its implications, issues in market failures and sustainable growth, the importance of institutional development, including both macroeconomic and business orientation, with a preferable focus on comparative analysis. Papers will be published in conference proceedings and the best papers in the international journal Economic Annals.
Scientific committee: Marcello Signorelli (University of Perugia, Italy, EACES President), Marko Backović (Dean, Faculty of Economics, Belgrade, Serbia), Milorad Jovovic (Dean, Faculty of Economics, Podgorica, Montenegro), Vesna Karadžic (Vice Dean, Faculty of Economics, Podgorica, Montenegro), Andrei Yakovlev (University of Moscow, Russia), Bozidar Cerović (University of Belgrade, Serbia), Claude Berthomieu (University of Nice, France), Enrico Marelli ( University of Brescia, Italy), Horst Brezinski (University of Freiberg, Germany), Hubert Gabrisch (Halle Institute for Economic Research, Germany), Joachim Zweynert (HWWI, Germany, EACES Treasurer), László Csaba (Central European University, Hungary) , Mario Nuti (University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy, and London Bisines School, UK ), Martin Myant (University of Paisley, United Kingdom), Michael Keren (Hebrew University, Israel, Coeditor of European Journal of Comparative Economics ), Milena Jovičić (University of Belgrade, Serbia, Editor in Chief of Economic Annals ), Milica Uvalic (University of Perugia, Italy), Satoshi Mizobata (Kyoto University, Japan), Will Bartlett (London School of Economics, United Kingdom), Xavier Richet ( University Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, France, and CEFC - CNRS, Hong Kong ).