Symposium on Economic Research of Central and Eastern Europe 2019

Morning Session: Closed-Door Research Seminar on Academic Cooperation between CEIBS ERICEE and CEE Business Schools


The Symposium on Economic Research of Central and Eastern Europe 2019 was co-hosted by China Europe International Business School co-hosted (CEIBS) and SINO-CEE Fund (CEEF) in November 2019. Central and Eastern Europe has become increasingly prominent in China's foreign relations. The “17+1” cooperation framework is a cross-regional cooperation platform voluntarily created by China and Central and Eastern European countries, and it has become an important part of, as well as a useful supplement to, China's relations with Europe. For the cooperation under the China-EU cooperation framework, it is essential to engage in pragmatic work, to promote economic development and people-to-people exchanges, to seek common ground while reserving differences, and to achieve global common development.

Date: November 1st, 2019 (Friday)
Time: 9:00-12:00
Language: English

Universities Authors Paper Title Documents

Open University of Hong Kong

Bin Xu,
Bala Ramasamy,
Mathew Yeung

China's Trade and FDI in Europe: Patterns and Potentials PPT
Kozminski University

Mariola Ciszewska-Mlinarič,
Ilona Hunek,
Mingchun Cao

Mechanisms and instruments of coping with distance: a study of Chinese MNEs in Poland


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Research Paper

Kozminski University Jacek Tomkiewicz Income dynamics and structure in CEE economies in the context of deepening EU integration

Research Paper

University of Economics, Prague

Petr Kolar,
Martin Jancalek,
Radek Novak

Trans-China railway, New Silk Road and Maritime Silk Road: trade opportunities and challenges in Central and Eastern Europe

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University of Ljubljana

Metka Tekavčič,
Darija Aleksić

Micro-Foundations of Corporate Social Responsibility: Examining the Relationship between Employees' Perception of CSR and unethical Behavior, as mediated by Work Enjoyment and Prosocial Motivation

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Corvinus University of Budapest

Zita Zoltay-Paprika,       

László Kacsirek

Trade and investment opportunities for Chinese companies in the CEE region — A systematic global trade and economy approach


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Research Paper