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7TH INTERDISCIPLINARY WORKSHOP ON “INTANGIBLES, INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL & EXTRA-FINANCIAL INFORMATION”


WARSAW, POLAND, SEPTEMBRE 29-30, 2011
IN COLLABORATION WITH


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 Faculty of Economics - Department of Economics
International Research Center on the Management of Public Administrations (CIRAMAP) 

 

UNDER THE AUSPICES OF

CHAIRPERSONS

Prof. Stefano Zambon, University of Ferrara, Italy
Prof. Dorota Dobija, Kozminski University, Poland

PLENARY SESSIONS : KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Inaugural Plenary Session – IC Research and Practice in Eastern European Countries: Some Perspectives

Chairperson: Prof. Dorota Dobija, Kozminski University
 
Lidia Adamska (Management Board Member, Warsaw Stock Exchange)
Intellectual capital reporting at the Warsaw Stock Exchange
 
Kristof Zorde (Managing Partner, BDO Numerica)
How to account for walking capital?
 
Adam Ringer (Owner and President of Supervisory Board, Paragona Group)
Exporting skills and its carriers Observations from a 10 years practice in providing health care solutions

Conclusive Plenary Session – IC and Intangibles Research as an Interdisciplinary Nexus: Data, Management, Policy & Busines Models

Chairperson: Prof. Stefano Zambon, University of Ferrara
  
Prof. Baruch Lev (Professor of Accounting and Finance, Stern School of Business, New York University)
Accounting for Intangibles is Hot Again:Main Issues and Research Ideas.
 
Prof. Giovanni Schiuma (Professor of Management, University of Basilicata)
The New Knowledge-based Value Drivers of 21st century Organisations
 
Prof. Marco Di Tommaso (Professor of Industrial Economics, University of Ferrara)
Building on the Concept of Intangibles. Policy Perspectives and Research Agenda
 
Prof. Stefano Zambon (Professor of Business Economics, University of Ferrara)
Intangibles and IC between Theory and Practice: An Update
 

BACKGROUND

The 7th EIASM Interdisciplinary Workshop on Intangibles, Intellectual Capital & Extra-Financial Information is set to take place at Kozminski University in Warsaw, Poland. This annual EIASM conference provides an invaluable opportunity for researchers from various disciplines to meet colleagues and to present and discuss their research in this continuously expanding field. The importance of the field of Intangibles and Intellectual Capital is demonstrated by the large number of scholars that participated during prior editions of this event where new ideas, upcoming models, and practical experiences are shared to increase the soundness of results in an epistemological perspective.

Especially during the post-crisis business environment, in which the relevance of intangibles resources shows a new dynamic profile, the meeting of experiences and research work is crucial for the development of the field. For quite some years the EIASM Workshops have provided an important contribution in this direction, which appears to be largely recognized by the scientific community.

In light of the above, research related to the development, measurement and management of intangible assets is valuable to both business and market regulators. Therefore, we would like to invite you to gather in Warsaw to discuss the latest theories on intangibles and intellectual capital development, and the latest models to measure the value of intangibles. Furthermore, we are interested in practical insights and case studies. Although the workshop is academic in nature, contributions from practice and institutions (such as financial institutions, corporations, regulators and policy makers) are also appreciated.

 

PROGRAMME

To download the programme, you are requested to click HERE

VENUE, TRANSPORTATION, TAXI AND MAPS

The conference will take place at Kozminski University.

Akademia Leona Kozminskiego / Kozminski University
ul. Jagiellonska 57/59, 03-301 Warszawa
Telephone: 022 519 21 00
Fax: 022 519 23 01


The conference program will start around 8:30 am on September 29 and will end around 4:00 pm on the following day.


PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION, TAXI, MAPS :

Please click HERE to see detailed information


ACCOMMODATION :

Please note that there no public hotel at walking distance from the university? However, transportation is pretty good in Warsaw. Travelling from the center to the university takes about 10 to 15 minutes by tram.

Hotel Hetman (http://www.hotelhetman.pl/).
Prices for a single room at this hotel are between 260 and 360 PLN
 Klopotowskiego 36, 03-717 Warsaw
This hotel is located outside the city center, reasonably close to the university.

Hotel Regina Warsaw, http://www.mamaison.com/warsaw-leregina-hotel.html

Fort Piontek, Modlinska street, prices of about 200-220 PLN per night.
This hotel is located close to the university, but far away from the city center.
http://www.fortpiontek.pl/

Hotel Gromada, Pl. Powstanców, prices range between 200-250 PLN per night.
This hotel is located in the city center.
http://www.hotelgromadawarsawcentre.com/

Felix Hotel, Omulewska 24, 04-128 Warsaw, From 47 US dollar.
This hotel is located outside the city center.
http://www.polhotels.com/warsz/Felix/

BEST PAPER AWARD

There has been a competition for the best paper presented at the workshop

The award is being sponsored by

The winner of the Best paper award is

Andreas Sundström
(Stockholm University)
With the paper entitled :
"Framing numbers "at a distance": intangible performance reporting in a theater"


Runner-Ups :

Paulina Bednarz-Luczewska (Kozminski University, Warsaw)
With the paper entitled :
"Intangible assets at low cost. The case of national digital archives in Poland"


Ian Kwan (University of Navarra)
With the paper entitled :
"Can previous alliances affect acquisition performance? More empirical evidence"


Special mentions :

Orestes Vlismas, Georgios Angelopoulos, Daniel Giamouridis (Athens University of Economics and Business)
With the paper entitled :
"Inferring the value of intangibles"

Thomas List, Wolfgang Schultze, Lief Steeger (University of Augsburg)
With the paper entitled :
"The relationship between recognition and disclosure of intangibles and information asymmetry – Evidence from the German stock market"
 

PRACTICALITIES

ACCOMMODATION :

Please note that there no public hotel at walking distance from the university. However, transportation is pretty good in Warsaw. Travelling from the center to the university takes about 10 to 15 minutes by tram.

Hotel Hetman (http://www.hotelhetman.pl/).
Prices for a single room at this hotel are between 260 and 360 PLN
 Klopotowskiego 36, 03-717 Warsaw
This hotel is located outside the city center, reasonably close to the university.

Hotel Regina Warsaw, http://www.mamaison.com/warsaw-leregina-hotel.html

Fort Piontek, Modlinska street, prices of about 200-220 PLN per night.
This hotel is located close to the university, but far away from the city center.
http://www.fortpiontek.pl/

Hotel Gromada, Pl. Powstanców, prices range between 200-250 PLN per night.
This hotel is located in the city center.
http://www.hotelgromadawarsawcentre.com/

Felix Hotel, Omulewska 24, 04-128 Warsaw, From 47 US dollar.
This hotel is located outside the city center.
http://www.polhotels.com/warsz/Felix/


FEES :

The fees include participation to the workshop, documents, lunches,the workshop dinner and morning and afternoon refreshments.

The special price of EUR 200 is offered to the people coming from Eastern Europe. In case you are coming from one of these countries and want to participante to the workshop :
- please create your profile on line (www.eiasm.org) (in case you are not yet in our data base)
- download the registration form HERE, fill it in and send it back to michelante@eiasm.be

   
For participants affiliated with an institution that is member or associate member of the EIASM's
Academic Council
220 €
For participants coming from another academic institution 286 €

Cancellations made before August 29, 2011 will be reimbursed minus 20% of the total fee. No reimbursement will be possible after that date.

Payments should be made by :

  • The following credit cards: Visa or Eurocard/Mastercard/Access

DOWNLOAD LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

DOWNLOAD ACCEPTED PAPERS

ADMINISTRATION

Ms. Graziella Michelante - EIASM Conference Manager
EIASM - PLACE DE BROUCKÈRE-PLEIN - 31 - 1000 BRUSSELS - BELGIUM
Tel: +32 2 226 66 62 - Fax: +32 2 512 19 29
Email: michelante@eiasm.be