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International Conference Liberec Economic Forum 2021 is a platform for presenting research findings and exchanging experiences relating to economic development and knowledge economy. The conference aims to promote innovations, support research, and enhance development as a means of competitiveness of enterprises in the regional, national, and global environment. You can find more information about the conference on our website lef.tul.cz.


The Faculty of Economics of TUL is organizing an international conference, "Liberec Economic Forum," on 5-6 September 2023, on the theme:

MOTTO 2023 – Business Resilience and Sustainability in the Planetary Age

The sessions of LEF will be held on Wednesday, September 6, 2023 – with the colloquium for PhD students starting on the afternoon of the same day. The conference will also include the "Rules of Survival" discussion table.


The Programme

Section 1: Sustainable Innovation and Entrepreneurship (Classroom number G305)

The schedule and length of presentations of individual papers will be adapted to the number of participants


Chair: prof. Ing. Miroslav Žižka, Ph.D.
9:00–9:10 Kateřina Hušková and Jakub Dyntar (Inventory control of products at the end of their lifecycle based on nonparametric methods)
9:10–9:20 Dana Egerová and Ludvík Eger (Human Resource Sustainability and Digital Transformation: Exploring the Role of Key Actors)
9:20–9:30 Patrik Fitala, Radovan Savov and Gabriela Waldhauserová (Pitfalls of strategy creation and selection after COVID-19)
9:30–9:40 Denisa Skrbková, Petra Rydvalová and Ondřej Linhart (Family business innovativeness: a tool for successful succession?)
9:40–9:50 Dagmar Grachová and Soňa Ferenčíková (Artifical intelligence in Business Centres: A case study of 3 Business Centres in Slovakia)
9:50–10:00 Radka MacGregor Pelikánová and Veronika Zavřelová (Values endorsed by top responsible large Czech companies – existent and inconsistent?)
10:00–10:10 Soňa Ferenčíková and Dagmar Grachová (Reverse knowledge transfer: examples of three Business Centers in Slovakia)
10:10–10:20 Pavla Vrabcová, Hana Urbancová and Zuzana Pacáková (Transparent Internal Communication from Below and Above as a Part of the Total Quality Management Philosophy in Czech Organisations)
10:20–10:30 Quang Van Tran and Jan Vejmělek (Modeling the excess return of ČEZ a.s. share)
10:30–10:40 COFFEE BREAK
10:40–10:50 Magdalena Zbránková and Eliška Valentová (Tools to Support Effective Communication, Conflict Prevention and Conflict Resolution in Family Businesses)
10:50–11:00 Jakub Andar and Jakub Dyntar (Efficient order picking in a warehouse with double demand seasonality)
11:00–11:10 Ladislav Klement, Miroslava Vinczeová and Vladimíra Klementová (What prevents businesses from carrying out eco-innovation activities? Empirical research on barriers in Slovak SMEs)
11:10–11:20 Tereza Michalová and Jakub Sieber (Challenges and Opportunities in Knowledge Management in the Concept of Industry 5.0)
11:20–11:30 David Neděla and Tomáš Tichý (Dual Focus on Systemic Risk in Portfolio Management)
11:30–11:40 Lukáš Klarner and Petr Řehoř (Change management is SMEs)
11:40–11:50 Natalie Pelloneová and Vladimíra Hovorková Valentová (Financial Health of Cluster Organisations: A Case Study from the Czech and Slovak IT Sector)
11:50–12:00 Kateřina Maršíková and Vasilii Ostin (Fostering Employee Sustainability: Competencies Formation for a Resilient Business Environment)
12:00–12:10 Bernhard Koczian, Alexander Wick and Katarina Gubiniova (Generation Z as Employees in Public Pharmacies in Germany - Difficulties for Public Health in the Area of Medication Supply due to the Absence of Young People)
12:10–12:20 Hana Travnickova and Kateřina Maršíková (Non Provision of Training and Sustainability: Small-Sized Companies in the EU Context)
12:20–12:30 Agata Buczak, Małgorzata Martynoga and Jacek Wychowanek (Barriers to the implementation of innovation and internationalization in micro-enterprises)

Section 2: Economic Policies for Sustainability and Resilience (Classroom number G306)

The schedule and length of presentations of individual papers will be adapted to the number of participants


Chair: Ing. Blanka Brandová, Ph.D.
9:00–9:10 Diana Bílková (Financial Potential of Czech Employees from the Perspective of Gender Statistics)
9:10–9:20 Bartosz Bartniczak (Implementation of the Affordable and clean Energy Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) in Visegrad Group (V4)
9:20–9:30 Jiří Kraft (Critical reflection on selected issues connected with economic terminology)
9:30–9:40 Iouri Kotorov, Jaroslav Demel, Petr Blaschke and Yuliya Krasylnykova (The Effect of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Economic Growth and R&D Spending in the EU Countries)
9:40–9:50 Artur Boháč and Hynek Böhm (The Turów Crisis: Economy vs Sustainability)
9:50–10:00 Miroslav Jurkovič (Circular Economy as a Determinant of Environmental Behavior and Engagement of Business Subjects in Slovakia)
10:00–10:10 Milos Maryska, Lea Nedomova and Petr Doucek (ICT professionals wages development – is the economy in resilence preriod?)
10:10–10:20 Michael Šášky (Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Employment in the Slovak Digital Information Communication Technology Sector)
10:20–10:30 Huong Lien Ho and Irena Benešová (Can fiscal policy improve income inequality in the Northern midlands and mountainous region in Vietnam?)
10:30–10:40 COFFEE BREAK
10:40–10:50 Veronika Zemanová (Circular economy implementation from the perspective of benefits and barriers)
10:50–11:00 Joanna Kurowska-Pysz and Janusz Pierzyna (Determinants of Development of Municipal Economic Activity Zones in Poland)
11:00–11:10 Mansur Eshov and Karina Benetti (Impact of Monetary Policy Sustainability Indicators on Economic Growth in Transition to Inflation Targeting)
11:10–11:20 Martin Januska and Jiri Pesik (Recommendations for strengthening the critical factors of utilizing the Public Procurement for Innovative solutions)
11:20–11:30 Martina Hedvicakova and Alena Pozdílková (Analysis of Key Macroeconomic Indicators and Their Relationship to Unemployment in the Czech Republic)
11:30–11:40 Jitka Špeciánová (The Impact of Educational Attainment on Gross Wages: A Comparative Analysis of the Public and Private Sectors in Czechia)
11:40–11:50 Matus Dzuro (Correlation Between GDP per Capita and Vehicle Sales in the Context of COVID-19 Pandemics)
11:50–12:00 Eva Kislingerova (The destiny of globalisation and the fate of climate protection)

Section 3: Finance, Accounting, International Trade for Global Sustainable Development (Classroom number G303)

The schedule and length of presentations of individual papers will be adapted to the number of participants.


Chair: Ing. Lenka Strýčková, Ph.D.
9:00–9:10 Tomáš Imrich Profant (China in Africa: A World-System Analysis)
9:10–9:20 Lubica Zubalova, Kristína Drieniková and Sára Smolková (Criminality vs. Development and International Trade, case of Latin America)
9:20–9:30 Kryštof Tichý (Non-fungible tokens and the threat of wash trading)
9:30–9:40 Elena Hošková and Iveta Zentková (The impact of import and export on the domestic trade of fruit in the SR)
9:40–9:50 Karina Benetti, Katarína Izáková and Dalia A. S. Khalil (Correlation of Indicators of Development in the Insurance Market in the Czech Republic, Slovak Republic and the EU Average)
9:50–10:00 Olga Malikova and João Bedra (The Clarity of Financial Reports in the Global Environment: a Comparative Study of Selected Issues in the Czech and Brazilian Accounting Systems)
10:00–10:10 Lenka Strýčková, Zdeněk Brabec and Michaela Matoušková (Relationship between Environmental, Social, and Governance Factors and Financial Performance in Central European Countries)
10:10–10:20 Lenka Strýčková (Perception and Identification of the General Public with Sustainable Finance Issues)
10:20–10:30 Katarzyna Zahrajová, Martina Kügerová, Michal Kozieł, Hana Štverková and Michaela Bučková (Options for measuring legal and financial literacy)
10:30–10:40 COFFEE BREAK
10:40–10:50 Marta Nosková, Petra Taušl Procházková and Kristýna Machová (Assessment of Non-financial Reports in the Context of Circular Economy: the Case of Czech Large Companies)
10:50–11:00 Pavlína Petrová (The Impact of Robotic Process Automation and Artificial Intelligence on Employees in the Accounting Profession)
11:00–11:10 Pavla Švermová and Maik Sander (ROSI and Tools for Monetizing Sustainability (ESG) Measures)
11:10–11:20 Alexander Krieger, Jürgen Lange and Heiko Hector (Knowledge management as a necessity for the digitalisation of processes among tax advisors - A survey of German tax firms 2022)
11:20–11:30 Ausrine Lakstutiene, Aidas Malakauskas, Milos Kopa, Kristina Sutiene and Audrius Kabasinskas (Pension Fund Investment into Sustainable Assets: A Critical Review of Reporting Frameworks in Lithuania)
11:30–11:40 Ivan Holúbek, Renata Skýpalová, Michal Ruschak and Radovan Savov (EU taxonomy in the context of environmental, social and governance (ESG) ratings)
11:40–11:50 Jan Mačí and Tomáš Krtička (Crowdfunding and Sustainability. UN SDG Goals versus Campaign Goals in Developing and Developed Countries)
11:50–12:00 Barbara Barilová (Investigating the perceived importance and motivation of the students of the EUBA Faculty of Commerce towards the Deposit Refund System)
12:00–12:10 Michaela Matoušková (Development of the office space prices on the Czech market)

Section 4: Marketing and Sustainable Tourism (Classroom number G304)

The schedule and length of presentations of individual papers will be adapted to the number of participants.


Chair: Ing. Lenka Červová, Ph.D.
9:00–9:15 Dita Hommerová and Marie Krylová (Fairtrade Town Certification in the Czech Republic)
9:15–9:30 Vojtěch Beran and Jaroslava Dědková (Knowledge of the regional brand in Liberec region)
9:30–9:45 Theventharan Batumalai (The influence of review richness and valence on the E-WOM trustworthiness)
9:45–10:00 Eva Čáslavová, Josef Voráček and Karel Gerža (Preferences of active sports students at Charles University within online shopping in response to the Covid-19 pandemic)
10:00–10:15 Lucia Malíčková (Plastic reduction as part of sustainable golf tourism in Slovakia)
10:15–10:30 Martin Petříček and Štěpán Chalupa (Sharing Economy in the Accommodation Services – Example of Prague During the Years 2017 – 2022)
10:30–10:45 COFFEE BREAK
10:45–11:00 Alexander Wick, Ľubomíra Strážovská and Bernhard Koczian (The influence of multi-channel advertising by the pharmacy on customers and identification of advertising perceptions by customers)
11:00–11:15 Karel Guth, Tereza Aišmannová and Irena Benešová (Application of VAR Model to Determine Sustainability of Short-Term Rental Accommodation)
11:15–11:30 Alena Pozdílková and Martin Pozdílek (Solving optimization tasks on the real estate market using multi-criteria decision-making)
11:30–11:45 Kateřina Postránecká and Filip Dvořáček (Effective creativity against banner blindness)


(Ph.D. students of the Faculty of Economics of the Technical University of Liberec)
13:00–13:15 Trávníčková Hana (doc. Maršíková)
13:15–13:30 Matoušková Michaela (doc. Poláček)
13:30–13:45 Michal Ondřej (doc. Kocourek)
13:45–14:00 Ostin Vasilii (doc. Maršíková)
14:00–14:15 COFFEE BREAK
14:15–14:30 Petrová Pavlína (doc. Poláček)
14:30–14:45 Postránecká Kateřina (doc. Dědková)
14:45–15:00 Dvořáček Filip (doc. Dědková)
15:00–15:15 Pudil Jiří (doc. Antlová)

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