|CO-ORGANISED AND HOSTED BY
(former Secretary General at the Ministry of Development)
Professor Stefanos Komninos'presentation is available HERE
(Austrian Institute of Technology - AIT)
Professor Karl-Heinz Leitner's presentation is available HERE
(Copenhagen Business School, Denmark)
Professor Jan Mouritsen's resentation is available HERE
Assistant Prof. Sandra COHEN
(Athens University of Economics and Business, Athens)
Professor Stefano ZAMBON
(University of Ferrara, Italy)
The Workshop aims at pulling together the various theoretical and practical strings which characterize the field of Intangibles and Intellectual Capital and discuss its potential future developments. This will be achieved by presenting plenary speeches on, and devoting some sessions to, the main issues and approaches which provide substance to the study of Intangibles and Intellectual Capital.
This year the Workshop aims at exposing examples of business practices related to IC management and reporting and illuminating the relevance of IC in the area of public sector.
In particular, the following areas/topics of the field of Intangibles and Intellectual Capital will be especially addressed:
- Reporting and Disclosure;
- Measurement and Valuation;
- Management Control;
- Strategy and Business Model;
- Organisation Behavior;
- Human Resources and Competences;
- Marketing and Brand Management;
- Corporate reputation;
- Risks associated to Intangibles and IC;
- Intangibles/IC and Value Creation;
- Socio-Environmental and Economic Sustainability;
- Conceptual Underpinnings of IC and Intangibles Research;
- History of IC/Intangibles Management and Reporting
- Human Resources Costing
- Intellectual Capital in the Public Sector
- Stock markets, Business Valuation and IC
- National Economy and IC
- Innovation and IC
In the selection of the works to be presented in the various sessions, priority will be assigned to the papers dealing with more general and interdisciplinary subjects, approaches and methodologies.
The 2015 Athens Workshop promises to be a stimulating intellectual event for the researchers forming the “Academic Intangibles and IC Community”, as well as an occasion from where to launch a rejuvenation and re-thinking process of this multi-faceted and unique field of investigation.
The submission deadline is over
The following Panel Discussion are organized :
Panel 1: Reflections on integrated reporting: The views of Prepares, Analysts and Auditors
In this panel representatives from companies already publishing Integrated Reports, Big 4 auditors and other stakeholders will discuss their experiences and views on Integrated Reporting.
Panel 2: Public Sector and intellectual capital: Types of intellectual capital assets, disclosure, valuation and reporting
Intangibles in the Public Sector are undoubtedly important. In this panel reputable colleagues will discuss their research results regarding universities and the public administration.
Panel 3: Knowledge intensive companies and Business models: Deviations on a theme
Successful Greek companies which invest in innovation, human capital and customer relations will discuss their business models. Models regarding business ethics will be discussed as well.
PLease click HERE to download the workshop programme.
|BEST JUNIOR CONTRIBUTION TO THE INTANGIBLES AND INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL THEORY AND PRACTICE AWARD
Subhash Abhayawansa, Mark Aleksanyan, Suresh Cuganesan
(Swinburne University of Technology, University of Glasgow, University of Sydney),
"Sell-Side Analysts’ View of Corporate Intellectual Capital"
Vassilios – Christos Naoum and Orestes Vlismas
(Athens University of Economics and Business),
"Strategy, Managerial Ability and Sticky Behaviour of Selling, General and Administrative Expenses"
Mary S. Hill
(University of Oklahoma),
"The Relevance of Non-GAAP Net Assets to Creditors: An Examination of the Credit Default Swap Market"
(European Business School, Reichartshausen),
"Integrated Reporting – Why Do Companies Apply This Innovative Approach and Which Implication Does It Have for the Organizational Structure?"
Francesca Sgrò, Massimo Ciambotti, Federica Palazzi
(University of Urbino),
" The Role of Intellectual Capital in Social Cooperatives within a Network to Support Strategy Implementation and Corporate Performance "
Federica Doni, Silvio Bianchi Martini, Antonello Corvino
(University of Milano Bicocca, University of Pisa, University of Foggia),
"Exploring the link between ESG indicators and financial performance: Empirical evidence from the oil & gas industry"
Fanis Tsoligkas, Christina Dargenidou, Ian Tonks
(University of Bath),
"The adverse consequences of IAS 38 "
Dominika Fijalkowska, Karol Marek Klimczak, Marek Pauka
(Wroclaw University of Economics, Kozminski University, Wroclaw University of Economics),
" Impression management: signalling and agency approaches"
The entire workshop will take place in the premises of the
Athens University of Economics and Business
76, Patission Street, 104-34
For a map click here: http://www.aueb.gr/pages_en/about/location.php
The workshop will start on September 17, 2015 around 8:30am and will be around 5pm on the following day.
About the city of Athens :
Athens is a very beautiful city that has an exciting, trendy cultural and entertainment scene to offer, with a large number of events, happenings and exhibitions, and a nightlife that lasts well into the morning hours. For tips on how to explore Athens please visit the official City site(http://www.thisisathens.org/). Public transportation in Athens includes metro, railway, tram way, buses and trolleys.
Getting to Athens :
The best way to arrive to Athens is by air. The airport of Athens Eleftherios Venizelos (http://www.aia.gr/traveler/) is located in Spata and is one of the best airports in Europe. The airport serves flights to and from Greece daily for several international airlines from all over the world.
In order to get from the airport to the city centre one can take the metro (http://www.stasy.gr/index.php?id=70&L=1). The journey takes about 50 min and the cost is around €10.
How to get to the Workshop Venue by Metro :
In order to get to the workshop venue from the airport you get the Metro (Line 3) from the airport and get off at Ambelokipi stop. Then you can take a taxi (the distance to the hotel is about 2 klm.) If you do not want to use a taxi, you get off at Monastiraki stop, you take metro line 1 (Direction: Kifissia) and you get off at Victoria station (2nd stop). The Athens University of Economics and Business is 5 min walk from the Victoria station.
The ISSN number for the workshop papers is
The local organizers have negotiated special rates and conditions. in the following two
You are requested to mention "EIASM Workshop" when booking your room.
September is a high season in Athens. Therefore, it is highly recommended and we urge you to book your room the sooner possible.
1 - Radisson Blu Park Athens
Alexandras Avenue 10 ,106 82 Athens , Greece
Standard Single Room : 132 EUR
Standard Double Room : 142 EUR
Rate includes : WiFi internet , buffet supper breakfast , Cable Nova TV, as well as free use of fitness center all local taxes.
Cut-off date: Monday July 06th 2015
Reservations contact person : Mrs. Anna Agrafa-Reservations Manager - +30 210 8894506 - To book a room, fill in the form available HERE and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
The hotel is located at 0,5 km from the conference location
2- Best Western Museum Hotel
16, Bouboulinas Street, Athens, Greece
Tel : +30 210 3805611- 13 - www.museum-hotel.gr
Single occupancy : Eur 50,00 per night
Twin occupancy : Euro 65, 00 per night.
Triple occupancy : Euro 80, 00 per night.
Rates quoted are per room- per day and include full buffet breakfast and all taxes, WiFi internet, internet corner with printer, Orange juice throughout the day to all guests,
Cut-off date: Saturday August 08th 2015
Reservations contact person : Mrs. Korahai Margarita -Reservations Manager.
To book a room, fill in the form available HERE and email it to email@example.com
The hotel is located at 0,9 km from the conference location
3 - Hotel President
43 kifissias Av. | Athens, Greece, 115 23
Single Room : EUR 74, 00
Double room : EUR 77, 00
Triple room : EUR 114, 00
Rates quoted are per room- per day and is including American buffet breakfast and all taxes
Reservations contact person : Ms. Polina Pappa firstname.lastname@example.org
Cancellation policy 48 hours prior the arrival of the guests. Credit card details are essential as guarantee for the reservations. Non shows will be charged. In case of confirmation we will send you reservation forms for the guests to fill them in and send them to the hotel directly. Reservations will be confirmed upon availability of the hotel at the time requested.
To book a room, fill in the form available HERE
The hotel is located at 3.5 km from the conference location.
The fees include participation to the Workshop, documents, lunches, the workshop gala dinner and morning and afternoon refreshments.
|For participants affiliated with an institution that is member or associate member of the EIASM's
|220,00 € (VAT Exempt)|
|For participants coming from another academic institution
||290,00 € (VAT Exempt)|
Cancellations made before August 25, 2015 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
Ms. Graziella Michelante - EIASM Conference Manager
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