10th UNWE Annual Jubilee Scientific Session
10th UNWE Annual Jubilee Scientific Session presented and summarized the results of completed scientific research projects of the university for the period 2016 – 2017. In the Forum held in the Large Conference Hall took part the Rector of UNWE Prof. D.Sc.(Econ.) Statty Stattev, Prof. Dr. Valentin Goev, Vice Rector for Scientific Research Activity, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Stela Raleva, Vice Rector for Education in the EQD of Master and Lifelong Learning, lecturers, scientists and Doctoral students.
In the Large Conference Hall
Ten years ago it was set a good beginning – to report the scientific research activity during the current year, pointed out Prof. Goev. Over the decade there were implemented total more than 300 projects financed by the UNWE, more than 300 conferences were held, numerous external projects were implemented financed by the Scientific Research Fund, EU Structural Funds and 6th and 7th EU Framework. It was completed a very good work not only as quantitative terms but also as achievements useful to the state and business, summarized Prof. Goev.
|Assoc. Prof. Raleva, Prof. Stattev, Prof. Goev (from the right to the left)|
“All the people who are concerned to think for the existence and good future of the nation set the science as first and necessary condition for achieving their aim”. These words written 141 years ago by Prof. Stephan Bobchev – founder and first Rector of UNWE later turn into an academic credo and spiritual emanation of the University of National and World Economy, declared the Rector of UNWE.
The Rector Prof. Stattev
The science has always been a priority in the activity of UNWE ever since its foundation in 1920 and we can say that we continue the tradition, pointed out Prof. Stattev. The Rector specified that the scientific research activity has two major fields, the first one – elaborations confirming the leadership positions of UNWE in the country and abroad and the second one – economic, social, political and legal research in support of the state and business.
At the moment it is worked on 127 scientific projects and more than 400 researches participate in them including 40 undergraduates and 100 Doctoral students. The next task of all Heads of projects will be to attract more actively more students to work on projects because it is one of the ways for the most successful Masters of Science to include in the Doctoral programmes, pointed out the Rector.
|Participants in the Scientific Session|
For the period 2016 – 2017 there are completed 27 projects and they will be reported during the Session, 8 of them are financed by the European programmes and 10 of them – by the Scientific Research Fund, outlined Prof. Stattev. But I would like to up build in more projects by European financing and enter the European research area. The Rector outlined that the UNWE Scientific Research Centers should become generators for scientific projects.
During the Forum
The Annual Jubilee Scientific Session gave a vision of the academic research activity and its 27 completed research projects. The three sessions included presentations of the following projects: Identification and Comparative Analysis of Kinds of State and Liberal Capitalism headed by Prof. D.Sc.(Econ.) Georgy Naydenov, Central Banks Unconventional Monetary Policy and Its Effects for Development and Developing Countries with Focus on Bulgaria headed by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Silvia Trifonova, Export Competitiveness of Bulgarian Food Industry headed by Prof. Dr. Diana Kopeva, Corporative Management and Global Supply Chains headed by Prof. D.Sc.(Econ.) Bistra Boeva, Mechanism of Determination and Indexation of Minimum Wage headed by Prof. Dr. Lyubomir Stefanov, etc.