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8TH HANSEATIC CONFERENCE


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Organizer: Hanse Parlament and Baltic Sea Academy

Date, venue: 06. – 07. June 2013, Hamburg

 

Programme and Organisational Information:

de_programm_hanse-tagung_2013_finale.pdf German Language (1.11 MB)

Polish Language Polish Language (1.03 MB)

English Language English Language (1.11 MB)

Russian Language Russian Language (1.01 MB)




THURSDAY, JUNE 06, 2013

 

 

14.00   Welcoming and Registration (Place of Venue Handwerkskammer Hamburg, Holstenwall 12, 20355 Hamburg)



15.00   Welcoming address: Dr. Max Hogeforster, Chairman of the Baltic Sea Academy

 

“Respectable Banking between State Trust and Market Failure – is it possible?”,

Dr. Reiner Brüggestrat, Spokesman of the Management Board of the Hamburger Volksbank, Hamburg

”Cooperation in the Baltic Sea Region”, Dr. Artis Pabriks, The Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Latvia

 

“Promotion of corporate social responsibility and the support of female entrepreneurs”, Marko Curavić, Head of Unit 'Entrepreneurship 2020', DG Enterprise and Industry, European Commission, Brussels

 

 

16.15 SECTION 1: Corporate Social Responsibility in the Baltic Sea countries

 

Brief presentations


“Corporate social responsibility and the public sector”, Michał Wójcik,

Managing DirectorChamber of Crafts and SMEs Katowice

 

“Corporate Social Responsibility in Russia”, Olga Maximowa, International project specialist, Kaliningrad Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Kaliningrad

 

“Experience of CSR in Denmark”, Karsten B. Vester, CSR Manager,VirksomhedsNetvärket, Kolding, Denmark

 

“CSR and a strategy of a smaller company – a Polish company case study”,

Prof. Dr. hab. Inż. Piotr Grudowski,Gdansk University of Technology, Gdansk

              

“Social responsibility issues for micro-enterprises in Hungary”, Tamás Rettich,

Chief adviser Hungarian Association of Craftsmen’s Corporation, Budapest

 

Questions to the speakers

 

 

17.15  Work in the form of round tables: forms and meaning of CSR and SMEs

Introduction and discussion of results as well as Best Practices

 

 

19.30   Dinner and international exchange of experiences, additional guests


           
Elbkuppel in the Hotel Hafen Hamburg, Seewartenstraße 9, 20459 Hamburg

 

  

 

FRIDAY, JUNE 07, 2013

 

 

09.00   SECTION 2: Strategies of CSR promotion for SMEs

 

Brief presentations


“The Hamburg Family Seal as a good example for CSR in small and medium-sized enterprises”, Manuela Badur, Head of the Division for Family Policy, Hamburg Ministry of Labour, Social, Family Affairs and Integration, Hamburg


“Evaluation of public and corporate social responsibility integration in Lithuania”,

Prof. Dr. Vytas Navickas, Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences, Vilnius

 

“Corporate Social Responsibility in the knowledge-based economy”,

Dr. Joanna Czerna-Grygiel, Adam Mickiewicz University in Posen, Posen

            
“The CSR in Polish SMEs from the women perspective”, Magdalena Popowska, PhD, Gdansk University of Technology, Faculty of Management and Economics, Gdansk

 

“CSR as a competitive factor: Good practice examples from the Hamburg Crafts”, Elke Keller, Hamburg Chamber of Crafts

 

            Questions to the speakers

 

10.00   Work in the form of round tables: CSR promotion for SMEs 
Introduction of results and international exchange of experience

           

11.00   Coffee break

 

 

11.20   Progress reports: CSR for SMEs in the Baltic Sea Region

           

Prof. Dr. Björn Hekman, University of Corporate Education Hamburg

           

Agnieszka Miśkiewicz, Craft Chamber of Lodz

 

 

11.50   SECTION 3: Women`s Entrepreneurship

           

Brief presentations

 

           “Regional Development in the Baltic Sea Region: Current Economic Trends and Perspectives”, Dr. Silvia Stiller, Research Fellow at the Hamburg Institute of International Economics and a freelance consultant, Hamburg

           

Development of women's enterprise in Lithuania ”, Prof. Dr. Romualdas Ginevicius     
Rector of Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Vilnius

           

                   

“Differentiation and Convergence of the Structures of Self-employed Women in Baltic Sea Region Countries”, Dr. Ewa Wędrowska, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń

 

 

 

“Analysis of gender development in Belarus - problems and prospects”,

Dr. Natallia Chetyrbock, Head of the Department of Management, Economics and Finances, Brest State Technical University, Belarus.

 

“Enterprise partnerships with education sector: seeing beyond short-term benefits”, Inta Baranovska, Project Manager, State Education Centre (VISC), Latvia

 

Questions to the speakers

 

 

13.00   Lunch

 

 

14.00   Work in the form of round tables: Promotion of Women`s Entrepreneurship

Introduction of results and Best Practice examples

 

 

15.00   SECTION 4: International exchange of experience and outlooks

                  

            Panel discussion “Objectives and Strategies of Support of Women in SMEs”

 

           Britt-Marie Söderberg Torstensson, President of Winnet Sweden

 

            Harry Bjerkeng, Nordic Forum of Crafts, Oslo

 

            Sirpa Sandelin, Satakunta University of Applied Sciences, Pori/ Finland

 

            Dr. Tatjana Volkova, State Education Centre (VISC), Riga

 

Dr. Dariusz Pieńkowski, Poznan University of Life Sciences, Posen

 

Moderation: Dr. Max Hogeforster, Baltic Sea Academy

 

 

16.10  “What does an entrepreneur and an employee carry through crises?”

Dr. Jürgen Hogeforster, Chairman of the Hanseatic Parliament

 

 

16.30   Closing of the eighth Hanseatic Conference with coffee and cake

 


 

Publication:

The completed written papers should be submitted to the organisers by the start of the conference and will be published in a peer-reviewed book together with the results of the conference in summer 2013.


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