We are pleased to invite you to attend the International Conference on Economics, Management and Technologies 2020 (ICEMT 2020). This Conference will be held in Yalta, Crimea, Russia from 19 to 21 May 2020. ICEMT 2020 is organized by the Don State Technical University, Sevastopol State University and with support from Inlink Ltd.
This conference provides scientists and experts with the opportunity to summarize the latest developments in business, management, economic, social sciences.etc., to build up the network and partnerships for future collaboration.
All accepted papers will be published in the journal "Advances in Economics, Business and Management Research" (ISSN:2352-5428, Atlantis Press) and will be submitted in CPCI (Web of Science) for indexing. Search journal in WoS as "aebmr advances in economics business and management research"
Paper Submission Мarch 15, 2020
Review results March 30, 2020
Conference Program publication May 5, 2020
Conference May 19-21, 2020
Fee for authos 250 USD
Accomoaying person 50 USD
Registration fees include admission to all sessions during the Conference days, sightseeing tour, Conference materials (printed Conference Program, notebook, folder, pen, badge), Certificate of attendace, snacks/coffee breaks, information support.
Registration fee does not include the accomodation, meals, visa and travel expences.
Participants will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of sightseeing tours and Conference dinner.
Registration fee should be paid only after the notification of paper acceptance is received.
Management Information Systems
Agriculture and Agribusiness
Human Resources, Human Right
Prof. Victor Tkach (Don State Technical University, RUS)
Prof. Marina Shumeyko (Don State Technical University, RUS)
International Program Committee
Prof. Tatiana Ignatova (South-Russian Institute of Management of RANEPA, RUS)
Prof. Elvira Rusetskaya (Stavropol Institute of Cooperation (Branch), Belgorod University of Cooperation, Economics and Law, RUS)
Prof. Viktor Osovtsev (Rostov State University of Economics, RUS)
Prof. Mikhail Skorev (Rostov State Transport University, RUS)
Prof. Alexandr Mikhaуlov (Donetsk National Technical University, UKR)
Prof. Natalia Verstina (Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, RUS)
Prof. Natalia Solopova (Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, RUS)
Prof. Sergey Baronin (Penza State Uuniversity of Architecture and Construction, RUS)
Prof. Elena Korol (Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, RUS)
Assos. Prof. Narine Pirumyan (National Universitu of Architecture and Construction of Armenia, ARM)
Dr. Erkin Nafasov (Gosstroy, TKM)
Prof. Zaynalobuddin Kobuliev (Institute of Water Resources and Ecology of the Academy of Sciences of the Tajikistan Republic, TJK)
Prof. Zbigniew Wójcicki FCE WrUT, POL)
Prof. Stanisław Jemioło (FCE WUT, POL)
Prof. Artur Zbiciak (FCE WUT, POL)
Prof. Nurlan Danijarov (Karaganda State Technical University, KAZ)
Prof. Octavian Pruteanu (Tech. Un. “Gh. Asachi”, ROU)
Prof. Alexey Toca (Technical University Moldova, MDA)
Prof. Batyr Yazyev (Don State Technical University, Rostov-on-Don, RUS)
Assoc. Prof. Stanislav Roshchupkin (Sevastopol State University, RUS)
Assos. prof. Remzi Ablaev (Sevastopol State University, RUS)
Assos. Prof. Stepan Litvinov (Don State Technical University, Rostov-on-Don, RUS)
Assoc. Prof. Alexandr Kolesov (Sevastopol State University, RUS)
Scientific articles submitted for publication should fully correspond to the Conference topics and should reflect the results of researches conducted by authors personally. All articles will be peer-reviewed.
Articles should have the following elements:
Statement of the problem in general and its relationship with important scientific and practical tasks;
Analysis of the latest developments and publications in which the problem solution is being searched with the emphasis of the unsolved parts of the general problem to which the article is dedicated;
Formulation of objectives and statement of the work mission;
Presentation of the basic research material with full justification of scientific results, the formulation of recommendations;
The conclusions from this study and the prospects for further development of this area.
The number of authors must not be more than four.
A maximum of two (2) papers may be submitted by the one author
The volume of the article is 4-8 pages.
By submitting an article to the journal, the author agrees with the terms of the license
The paper should be prepeared according to the journal TEMPLATE and and should be sent to the should be sent to the organizing committee (email@example.com)
Hotel Yalta Intourist, 50, Drajinskogo str., Yalta, Crimea, Russia
Yalta is a big city in the centre of the southern coast of the Crimea. It is the most well-known and popular recreation centre. The name of the city is associated with the name of Anton Pavlovich Chekhov who lived there at the end of XIX century and wrote his amazing works.
Yalta was founded by the Greeks around 5 century B. C., firstly, a Greek colony was founded, it got the name of Yalita. During the Medieval period the city was passed into the hands of the Genoeses, who built a small fortress there. After the next territory divisions the city was taken under the patronage of Turkey and was called Jalita. And only at the end of XVIII century after Russia’s winning in the war it was taken by Russia and finally called by its present name of Yalta.
There is a great amount of palaces and parks along the coast of Yalta. They are Livadiya Palace built for Alexander III, Vorontsov Palace, Massandra Palace. At the end of World War II exactly in Livadiya Palace Yalta Conference was held in which Stalin, Churchill and Roosevelt participated. Nowadays it is a palace-museum where in the spacious hall there is a round table at which the conference was held.