The 1st International Virtual SBRLab Conference
Finding solutions for a post-crisis society
December 9-11, 2015
Social and Business Research Lab, Business Department,
Universitat Rovira i Virgili
Since 2007 and the economic meltdown caused by the financial crisis, our societies have been evolving in different ways. New political movements have emerged in Southern Europe and new social movements in pursuit of common concerns are playing a more active role in our daily lives. In a parallel way, after the failure to predict the financial crisis, economist and social science researchers seek fresh thinking and new models that can better explain this new reality. Regulations are of critical importance in shaping the welfare of economies and society. Thus, core legal disciplines are exploring the effects of the financial crisis on social rights, labour market regulations, and civil, common law or international law, among others.
With no doubt, the economic crisis has deeply impacted our economic, social, political and legal environment. During the last decade, researchers from a wide range of disciplines have been looking for solutions. Now it is time make a side stop on the way and to gather results.
The 1rst International SBRLab Conference, Finding solutions for a post-crisis society, is organized by the Social and Business Research Lab (SBRLab), Universitat Rovira i Virgili. It is as an international and virtual meeting point of interdisciplinary research and researchers. The purpose of this international conference is to bring together researchers from management, economics, political, social and legal disciplines in order to present and discuss new trends in their respective fields.
You are invited to submit your proposal to contribute to The 1rst International SBRLab Conference with your researches in the area of management, socio-political issues and labour law. The deadline for abstracts submission is 15th of June, 2015.
An ISBN publication will be produced with all the accepted papers.
The conference proceedings will be submitted for indexing in SCOPUS, Thomson-Reuters Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI), Thomson Reuters ISI Index - Social Sciences & Humanities, and other relevant directories. This proceedings book will be available in e-book format and in Print on Demand.
Join us from December 9 to December 11, 2015 in this fascinating challenge!