Programme of the LEF 2023

Tuesday 5th and Wednesday 6th, September, 2023

We have 4 parallel sections you can participate in.

First day of LEF 2023
Tuesday 5 th (September, 2023)

The conference takes places at the Building G of the Technical University of Liberec, Univerzitní nám. 1410/1, 461 17 Liberec.

13.00 – Registration

14.00–14.10 – Conference Opening
doc. Ing. Aleš Kocourek, Ph.D. (Dean of the Faculty of Economics, TUL)

14.10–15.30 – Plenary session
Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.mont. Rupert Baumgartner
Helena Horská – Raiffeisenbank a.s.

15.30  –  Coffee Break

16.00–18.00 – Discussion table 2023 RULES OF SURVIVAL

18.00 – Evening gala programme and networking

Section 1:

Sustainable Innovation and Entrepreneurship

This session was co-organized by the project TIAM (Trends and Innovative Approaches in Management) project number EEA-CZ-ICP-3-011 with financial contribution from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway under the EEA Grants 2014- 2021, Education Programme.

(Classroom number G305)

The schedule and length of presentations of individual papers will be adapted to the number of participants

Chair: prof. Ing. Miroslav Žižka, Ph.D.

9:00–9:10 Kateřina Hušková and Jakub Dyntar (Inventory control of products at the end of their lifecycle based on nonparametric methods)

9:10–9:20 Dana Egerová and Ludvík Eger (Human Resource Sustainability and Digital Transformation: Exploring the Role of Key Actors)

9:20–9:30 Patrik Fitala, Radovan Savov and Gabriela Waldhauserová (Pitfalls of strategy creation and selection after COVID-19)

9:30–9:40 Denisa Skrbková, Petra Rydvalová and Ondřej Linhart (Family business innovativeness: a tool for successful succession?)

9:40–9:50 Dagmar Grachová and Soňa Ferenčíková (Artifical intelligence in Business Centres: A case study of 3 Business Centres in Slovakia)

9:50–10:00 Radka MacGregor Pelikánová and Veronika Zavřelová (Values endorsed by top responsible large Czech companies – existent and inconsistent?)

10:00–10:10 Soňa Ferenčíková and Dagmar Grachová (Reverse knowledge transfer: examples of three Business Centers in Slovakia)

10:10–10:20 Pavla Vrabcová, Hana Urbancová and Zuzana Pacáková (Transparent Internal Communication from Below and Above as a Part of the Total Quality Management Philosophy in Czech Organisations)

10:20–10:30 Quang Van Tran and Jan Vejmělek (Modeling the excess return of ČEZ a.s. share)

10:30–10:40 COFFEE BREAK

10:40–10:50 Magdalena Zbránková and Eliška Valentová (Tools to Support Effective Communication, Conflict Prevention and Conflict Resolution in Family Businesses)

10:50–11:00 Jakub Andar and Jakub Dyntar (Efficient order picking in a warehouse with double demand seasonality)

11:00–11:10 Ladislav Klement, Miroslava Vinczeová and Vladimíra Klementová (What prevents businesses from carrying out eco-innovation activities? Empirical research on barriers in Slovak SMEs)

11:10–11:20 Tereza Michalová and Jakub Sieber (Challenges and Opportunities in Knowledge Management in the Concept of Industry 5.0)

11:20–11:30 David Neděla and Tomáš Tichý (Dual Focus on Systemic Risk in Portfolio Management)

11:30–11:40 Lukáš Klarner and Petr Řehoř (Change management is SMEs)

11:40–11:50 Natalie Pelloneová and Vladimíra Hovorková Valentová (Financial Health of Cluster Organisations: A Case Study from the Czech and Slovak IT Sector)

11:50–12:00 Kateřina Maršíková and Vasilii Ostin (Fostering Employee Sustainability: Competencies Formation for a Resilient Business Environment)

12:00–12:10 Bernhard Koczian, Alexander Wick and Katarina Gubiniova (Generation Z as Employees in Public Pharmacies in Germany – Difficulties for Public Health in the Area of Medication Supply due to the Absence of Young People)

12:10–12:20 Hana Travnickova and Kateřina Maršíková (Non Provision of Training and Sustainability: Small-Sized Companies in the EU Context)

12:20–12:30 Agata Buczak, Małgorzata Martynoga and Jacek Wychowanek (Barriers to the implementation of innovation and internationalization in micro-enterprises)

Section 2:

Economic Policies for Sustainability and Resilience

(Classroom number G306)

The schedule and length of presentations of individual papers will be adapted to the number of participants

Chair: Ing. Blanka Brandová, Ph.D.

9:00–9:10 Diana Bílková (Financial Potential of Czech Employees from the Perspective of Gender Statistics)

9:10–9:20 Bartosz Bartniczak (Implementation of the Affordable and clean Energy Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) in Visegrad Group (V4)

9:20–9:30 Jiří Kraft (Critical reflection on selected issues connected with economic terminology)

9:30–9:40 Iouri Kotorov, Jaroslav Demel, Petr Blaschke and Yuliya Krasylnykova (The Effect of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Economic Growth and R&D Spending in the EU Countries)

9:40–9:50 Artur Boháč and Hynek Böhm (The Turów Crisis: Economy vs Sustainability)

9:50–10:00 Miroslav Jurkovič (Circular Economy as a Determinant of Environmental Behavior and Engagement of Business Subjects in Slovakia)

10:00–10:10 Milos Maryska, Lea Nedomova and Petr Doucek (ICT professionals wages development – is the economy in resilence preriod?)

10:10–10:20 Michael Šášky (Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Employment in the Slovak Digital Information Communication Technology Sector)

10:20–10:30 Huong Lien Ho and Irena Benešová (Can fiscal policy improve income inequality in the Northern midlands and mountainous region in Vietnam?)

10:30–10:40 COFFEE BREAK

10:40–10:50 Veronika Zemanová (Circular economy implementation from the perspective of benefits and barriers)

10:50–11:00 Joanna Kurowska-Pysz and Janusz Pierzyna (Determinants of Development of Municipal Economic Activity Zones in Poland)

11:00–11:10 Mansur Eshov and Karina Benetti (Impact of Monetary Policy Sustainability Indicators on Economic Growth in Transition to Inflation Targeting)

11:10–11:20 Martin Januska and Jiri Pesik (Recommendations for strengthening the critical factors of utilizing the Public Procurement for Innovative solutions)

11:20–11:30 Martina Hedvicakova and Alena Pozdílková (Analysis of Key Macroeconomic Indicators and Their Relationship to Unemployment in the Czech Republic)

11:30–11:40 Jitka Špeciánová (The Impact of Educational Attainment on Gross Wages: A Comparative Analysis of the Public and Private Sectors in Czechia)

11:40–11:50 Matus Dzuro (Correlation Between GDP per Capita and Vehicle Sales in the Context of COVID-19 Pandemics)

11:50–12:00 Eva Kislingerova (The destiny of globalisation and the fate of climate protection)

Section 3:

Finance, Accounting, International Trade for Global Sustainable Development

(Classroom number G303)

The schedule and length of presentations of individual papers will be adapted to the number of participants.

Chair: Ing. Lenka Strýčková, Ph.D.

9:00–9:10 Tomáš Imrich Profant (China in Africa: A World-System Analysis)

9:10–9:20 Lubica Zubalova, Kristína Drieniková and Sára Smolková (Criminality vs. Development and International Trade, case of Latin America)

9:20–9:30 Kryštof Tichý (Non-fungible tokens and the threat of wash trading)

9:30–9:40 Elena Hošková and Iveta Zentková (The impact of import and export on the domestic trade of fruit in the SR)

9:40–9:50 Karina Benetti, Katarína Izáková and Dalia A. S. Khalil (Correlation of Indicators of Development in the Insurance Market in the Czech Republic, Slovak Republic and the EU Average)

9:50–10:00 Olga Malikova and João Bedra (The Clarity of Financial Reports in the Global Environment: a Comparative Study of Selected Issues in the Czech and Brazilian Accounting Systems)

10:00–10:10 Lenka Strýčková, Zdeněk Brabec and Michaela Matoušková (Relationship between Environmental, Social, and Governance Factors and Financial Performance in Central European Countries)

10:10–10:20 Lenka Strýčková (Perception and Identification of the General Public with Sustainable Finance Issues)

10:20–10:30 Katarzyna Zahrajová, Martina Kügerová, Michal Kozieł, Hana Štverková and Michaela Bučková (Options for measuring legal and financial literacy)

10:30–10:40 COFFEE BREAK

10:40–10:50 Marta Nosková, Petra Taušl Procházková and Kristýna Machová (Assessment of Non-financial Reports in the Context of Circular Economy: the Case of Czech Large Companies)

10:50–11:00 Pavlína Petrová (The Impact of Robotic Process Automation and Artificial Intelligence on Employees in the Accounting Profession)

11:00–11:10 Pavla Švermová and Maik Sander (ROSI and Tools for Monetizing Sustainability (ESG) Measures)

11:10–11:20 Alexander Krieger, Jürgen Lange and Heiko Hector (Knowledge management as a necessity for the digitalisation of processes among tax advisors – A survey of German tax firms 2022)

11:20–11:30 Ausrine Lakstutiene, Aidas Malakauskas, Milos Kopa, Kristina Sutiene and Audrius Kabasinskas (Pension Fund Investment into Sustainable Assets: A Critical Review of Reporting Frameworks in Lithuania)

11:30–11:40 Ivan Holúbek, Renata Skýpalová, Michal Ruschak and Radovan Savov (EU taxonomy in the context of environmental, social and governance (ESG) ratings)

11:40–11:50 Jan Mačí and Tomáš Krtička (Crowdfunding and Sustainability. UN SDG Goals versus Campaign Goals in Developing and Developed Countries)

11:50–12:00 Barbara Barilová (Investigating the perceived importance and motivation of the students of the EUBA Faculty of Commerce towards the Deposit Refund System)

12:00–12:10 Michaela Matoušková (Development of the office space prices on the Czech market)

Section 4:

Marketing and Sustainable Tourism

(Classroom number G304)

The schedule and length of presentations of individual papers will be adapted to the number of participants.

Chair: Ing. Lenka ČERVOVÁ,Ph.D.

9:00–9:15 Dita Hommerová and Marie Krylová
(Fairtrade Town Certification in the Czech Republic)

9:15–9:30 Vojtěch Beran and Jaroslava Dědková (Knowledge of the regional brand in Liberec region)

9:30–9:45 Theventharan Batumalai (The influence of review richness and valence on the E-WOM trustworthiness)

9:45–10:00 Eva Čáslavová, Josef Voráček and Karel Gerža (Preferences of active sports students at Charles University within online shopping in response to the Covid-19 pandemic)

10:00–10:15 Lucia Malíčková (Plastic reduction as part of sustainable golf tourism in Slovakia)

10:15–10:30 Martin Petříček and Štěpán Chalupa (Sharing Economy in the Accommodation Services – Example of Prague During the Years 2017 – 2022)

10:30–10:45 COFFEE BREAK

10:45–11:00 Alexander Wick, Ľubomíra Strážovská and Bernhard Koczian (The influence of multi-channel advertising by the pharmacy on customers and identification of advertising perceptions by customers)

11:00–11:15 Karel Guth, Tereza Aišmannová and Irena Benešová (Application of VAR Model to Determine Sustainability of Short-Term Rental Accommodation)

11:15–11:30 Alena Pozdílková and Martin Pozdílek (Solving optimization tasks on the real estate market using multi-criteria decision-making)

11:30–11:45 Kateřina Postránecká and Filip Dvořáček (Effective creativity against banner blindness)

After sections:


(Classroom number G305)

Ph.D. students of the Faculty of Economics of the Technical University of Liberec

13:00–13:15 Trávníčková Hana (doc. Maršíková)

13:15–13:30 Matoušková Michaela (doc. Poláček)

13:30–13:45 Michal Ondřej (doc. Kocourek)

13:45–14:00 Ostin Vasilii (doc. Maršíková)

14:00–14:15 COFFEE BREAK

14:15–14:30 Petrová Pavlína (doc. Poláček)

14:30–14:45 Postránecká Kateřina (doc. Dědková)

14:45–15:00 Dvořáček Filip (doc. Dědková)

15:00–15:15 Pudil Jiří (doc. Antlová)

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