Eight billion people have inhabited the Earth since November 2022. Earth’s population is confronted with global warming, the war in Ukraine is at the forefront of Europe, and poverty marks many parts of the world. It is a task and duty of the academic community to discuss the future developments at micro and macro levels. Scenarios for the future of humanity are not fixed and unavoidable. There are many ways to work towards a future that is green, digital, and inclusive. This ‘trinity’ of key concepts for humanity is not sufficient but obviously a required condition for future life.
MIC 2023 conference aims at shedding light on a green, digital, and inclusive society. We cordially invite you, the researcher, professional, and educator, to join us and share with the MIC community your ideas, research, and scenarios from different perspectives: management, economics, organizational studies, finances and accountancy, education, or any other perspective that might contribute to fruitful, challenging, and interesting discussion.
The pre-conference day for PhD Students will include presentations of students’ research with time for an in-depth discussion with experienced researchers as well as workshops on publishing and research design. More information is available at: www.mic.fm-kp.si.
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