Call for papers: ENGAGE.EU early-stage researchers & young scholars conference in Sofia, Bulgaria
Deadline call for papers has been extended to Friday 13 May!
Are you a junior researcher and interested in sharing your work with international peers? On June 23 and 24 The University of National and World Economy in Sofia, Bulgaria will host the first ENGAGE.EU conference.
The major goal of the conference is to bring together early-stage researchers and young scholars affiliated to ENGAGE.EU partner institutions - e.g. junior faculty members, post-docs, and PhD students. It is expected to foster communication and future collaboration between representatives of the target groups from all partner universities. Participants will have opportunities to meet in person or online and to present their work-in-progress or pieces of finished research work at an international forum with a predominant participation of peers. There are no limits on the type of research work to be presented, including conceptual, empirical, or position papers. After the Conference, the final versions of submitted papers will be published in Conference Proceedings or other possible channels.
There is no fee for participants affiliated with the ENGAGE.EU partners (faculty members or students). Funds to support travel and accommodation costs, for a limited number of participants, are available upon successful application. Coffee/tea, buffet lunch and dinner will be provided by UNWE.
Please visit the ENGAGE.EU website for more information or go directly to the Call for papers (deadline has been extended to Friday 13 May)
As one of the seven leading European universities in business, economics, and the social sciences we are part of the ENGAGE.EU alliance to develop, transfer, and implement international scientific knowledge and skills necessary for socially engaged development within and beyond country boundaries.
Within the ENGAGE.EU community you can work together with European colleagues on challenging research and with innovators, students, companies, and policymakers to find knowledge-based solutions for real-life problems.