Practical information

Dates: May 23-24, 2019

Places : Academy of Economic Studies of Bucharest (AEEB)

Address : Piata Romana nr. 6, sector 1

Answer this call on the dedicated site:

Oral communications will be limited to 15 minutes. Slideshow presentations will be possible.

Abstracts of paper proposals (maximum half-page note or 2000 characters including spaces) must be submitted to the platform before   15 March 2019.

These summaries will be used for the selection of applications and for the publication of pre-records in the participant's file.

The texts for publication will be produced within one month after the event and posted on the dedicated website using the downloadable article template on the latter.

Catering: insured

Accommodation: not insured

Registration fees

- Online registration required.

- 130 € until 30 April 2019, 150 € beyond.

- Free admission for doctoral students from partner institutions depending on available places.


The participant's file will include pre-records including abstracts of papers.

The acts can be purchased at an advantageous price on the dedicated site at the same time as the payment of the registration fees.

Key dates

Launch of the call for proposals: 15 June 2018

Deadline for proposals:   15 March 2019

Notifications: April 1, 2019

Publication of the pre-programme and opening of registrations: April 15, 2019

Deadline for submission of full papers: June 30, 2019, maximum 10 pages in A5 format or 20,000 characters including spaces. (see online model)

Language regime

Language of the Assises: French, German, Romanian, English, Italian, Spanish.

Plenary sessions will be interpreted into French, German and Romanian.

It is strongly recommended, in the case of presentations by video projection (Powerpoint), that the slides be in a language other than the language used orally.

Publication standards: see special section

Co-organising partners


Academy of Economic Studies of Bucharest (AEEB)

Organizing Committee

Anne Bui, European Observatory for Multilingualism

Christos Clairis, University Paris Descartes

Christian Tremblay, European Observatory for Multilingualism

Corina Lascu, Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

Antoaneta Lorentz, Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies