Interdisciplinary fields
Economics, law, sociology, econometrics, statistics,
demography, geography
Basic threats of the global development,
technological changes, and development of the
global society during crisis.

Peace or war: Tools of the global elites?

Thoughts on liberalism - a geopolitical

Clash of civilization models?

Social tunnel as a threat of future?

National or global security?

The causes of debt crisis in the EU.

Institutional reaction to the continuance of debt

Income inequalities and poverty during crisis.

Is the EU ready for the global challenges?
Systematic causes of the debt crisis in Europe.

Social model of the EU and debt crisis.

Recovery of the banking sector and debt crisis.

Institutional tools for debt crisis rectification.

Economic, monetary union and debt crisis.

Successful and problematic countries of the EU.

The future of Eurozone and debt crisis.

Will the EU keep solidarity in connection to the monetary

May national regulation be the solution for debt crisis?

EU enlargement and debt crisis.

The determinants of incomes in the next ten years  (Europe,

Do attributes of the actual economic system allow   stopping
the opening scissors in incomes?

The future of labor incomes in Western and Eastern Europe.

May the regional convergence at macro-level lead to
convergence at the level of individual incomes?

To what extent has the crisis hit particular income groups of

Consumption behavior of population associated with the
crisis  (Europe, Slovakia)

The potential of silver economy in EU and Slovakia.

Forms of international development aid (Is poverty alleviation
in the receiving country really the main objective of the
donors? What is the future of a billion of the poorest in the
developing world?)

Discussion to methodology of poverty and inequality
Aims of the Conference
        Aim of the conference is: discuss and analyze key economic context and connections between the global economic and peace potential in terms of the global world, Europe and Slovakia; to define the new fundamental paradigms that appear in the current turbulent time, and that will shape the future development; to characterize the systemic causes of the debt crisis and its impact on social and political model in Europe, as well as institutional mechanisms for correcting them in terms of economics and law; to create a platform for scientists from the fields of economics, social and other sciences, dealing with the problems of inequality and poverty; to provide answers of the future development, related to inequality and poverty in relation to the current process of generating income.