CIR Members at AIB-CEE Online Conference about Firms' and Educational Institutions' Resilience to the Covid-19 Pandemic
Prof. dr. Andreja Jaklič, assoc. prof. dr. Anže Burger, assist. dr. Iris Koleša and junior researcher Klemen Knez
from CIR took part at this year's AIB-CEE conference
focused on the CEE region's resilience. At the event, they presented their most recent research about firms' and educational institutions' resilience to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Andreja Jaklič chaired a panel on resilience in CEE, where she also presented a study on organisational responses to the Covid-19 crisis in Slovenia (co-authored by Anže Burger and Iris Koleša).
She furthermore participated in a discussion on resilient IB teaching and debated the advantages and disadvantages of teaching with video cases during the Covid-19 pandemic based on the experience from the MNCwhispering project
(this was a joint contribution with Iris Koleša). During the presentation, the need for continuous updates of complementary teaching materials was particularly stressed.
She moreover joined the debate on AIB-CEE and Central-Asia tackling the challenges and opportunities for cooperation with Matt Rašković, Dana Minbaeva, Lukasz Puslecki, Piotr Trapczynski, Dušan Olaj, Sanat Kozhakmetov, Zhanat Syzdykov, Saikal Esenamenova, and Begench Atayev
, where all speakers agreed there were many opportunities for synergies and further collaboration between the two regions.
Finally, she was also a panellist in the ‘Firm internationalization and innovation cooperation in the CEE region during the COVID-19 pandemic: diagnosis, challenges, perspectives' panel.
Anže Burger and Klemen Knez additionally presented their study on how industry domestic and global value chain participation determine different channels of aggregate productivity growth.
Back to list of notificationsPublished: 19. November 2021 | Category: News