The Partium Christian University, Corvinus University of Budapest and the Babeș-Bolyai Univeristy invite an international scientific audience to submit paper proposals in the fields of Economic History, Economic Policy, Political Economy, Comparative Economics and any other field referring to the theme of the conference. The following topics are expected to be discussed:

  • Economic History of Integrations in the Carpathia Basin
  • Political Economy of European integration
  • Economic Development Paths
  • Economic and Social Networks Developments
  • Economic, Social and Political Drivers of Development

The conference intends to discuss and analyse the economic history of integrations and good practices in the Carpathian Basin, as well as political economic aspects of the European integration and economic development particularities. It offers a platform to exchange ideas and to generate an integrated view of future challenges of the economic history in this region of the Europe. As current topics of the integration policy will be addressed, the conference is not only relevant for a scientific community but also for decision makers in politics, social security, administration, and for stakeholders in business organizations.

Participants, who intend to contribute with a paper, are requested to submit an abstract up to 500 words in English, key words in English, by 31st  May 2019 to the conference contact email addresses (,

Authors of accepted abstracts will be notified by 2nd June 2019. The deadline for the final submission for publication of the accepted papers is 30th June 2019. All accepted papers will be published in a book of abstracts ready for the conference. Authors who submit their abstracts, are invited to submit full papers to the Conference Proceedings published after the conference, or supporting journals listed on the conference web page.

The registration fee is 100 RON until 4th June 2019 and can be paid online or 200 RON from 5th June 2019, paid on site. This includes lunch on the second conference day, dinner on the first day, coffee during the breaks and the publishing of accepted papers in the conference abstract book and proceedings.  Accommodation is not included.