The 2019 edition of the International Conference on Research in Management – ICRMANAGEMENT – took place on October 18-20, 2019 in Budapest, Hungary.
The agenda, meticulously put together by our prestigious scientific committee, featured dozens of presentations on topics ranging from modes of organizational structure to pedagogical paradigm shift to open governance as a new challenge. We were delighted to receive overwhelmingly positive feedback from the participants, encouraging us to continue organizing this event. Both oral and poster presentations provided insights into pressing topics, stimulating engaging discussions, and contributing to the knowledge pool on the subject.
The audience was truly international. Among countries represented at the event were Germany, Iraq, Austria, Turkey, Qatar, Georgia, and Japan. Each participant was able to contribute to the discussion, offering their unique perspectives and experiences. Cross-border learning combined with social activities made this event both insightful and memorable for everyone involved.
Our attendees also got a chance to explore the beauty of Budapest, a city on the Danube river. Every participant was invited to join a free guided tour, where we explored stunning bridges, museums, and parks.
We feel inspired by the success of ICRMANAGEMENT 2019 and look forward to welcoming you to the 2021 edition of the event!
First Round keynote Speaker
Prof. Dr. György HAJNAL
- Head of Department of Public Policy and Management
- Director, Institute of Economic and Public Policy
TOPIC: “Illiberal democracy and public management: Hungary as an ideal type case”
First Round Highlighted Speakers
|Author||Co – Author(s)||Article Title||Affiliation|
|Zizi Goschin||Crisis Management or Crisis Preparedness? The Importance of Economic Diversification in Building Resilience to Economic Crises||The Bucharest University of Economic Studies and Institute of National Economy, Bucharest, Romania|
|Prof. Biswanath Swain||Exploration of a Model of Robust Organizational Culture: Inputs from Functionalism and Deontology||Indian Institute of Management Indore, India|
|Tatsuya Kimura||An Introduction of the New Customer Loyalty Measurement in the Japanese Market||Waseda University|
|Genadi Iashvili||Giga Phartenadze||Establishment of Open Governance in Georgia: Challenges and Opportunities||Georgian Technical University, Georgia|
|Irakli Manvelidze||Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University, Georgia|
|Mourad Mechiche||Paradoxes of business: Towards a practice model to attend to paradox tensions in organizations and develop the leaders of tomorrow||Vaasa University|
|Severin Hornung||Beyond Managerialism: Contributions of Humanistic and Critical Perspectives to Organizational Scholarship||University of Innsbruck|
|Thomas Höge and Christine Unterrainer||Institute of Psychology|
|Attama Boonpalit||Nitikorn Maungsornkaew||Promoting Phetchaburi Tourism Using the Royal Projects Trail Tourism Application as a Main Tool||Faculty of Management Science Silpakorn University, Thailand|
|Matthias Kretschmar||Financial Market Communication and the Creation of Trust in a Commercial Banking Relationship between Mittelstand Companies and their Banks||Fulda University of Applied Sciences, Germany|
|Tengiz Taktakishvili||Performance Management of Academic Staff: Case of Georgian National University SEU||Georgian National University SEU|
|Ahmet AYTEKİN||Evaluation of the Financial Performance of Tourism Companies Traded in BIST via a Hybrid MCDM Model||Anadolu University, Eskişehir, Turkey|