The REDETE (Researching Entrepreneurship and Economic Development) is an annual conference founded in 2011 with the aim to (re)launching debates and scholarly research on issues concerning research and economic development in transition countries.

Relationship between the public and the private spheres, or the ways in which the crisis of globalisation and financialisation impacts upon transition countries are amongst important topics of this forum.

It also examines issues related to the development of political democracy and pluralism, the interaction between the region and the European Union, for instance.

One of the key aspects of the REDETE conference is an interdisciplinary, required understanding increasingly complex problems that transition economies face.

REDETE Objectives

Scientific Research

Encouraging scientific research and education is in ours and Yours best interest as an academic individuals.

Exchange Of Scientific Views

Promoting the exchange of scientific views in the field of entrepreneurship/innovation and economic development.

Promote Quality Research

Promotion of quality research in transition countries.

Organize Seminars And Workshops

Organization of seminars and workshops on research development and academic writing.

Promote Relations

Connecting institutions and people as well as encouragement and promotion of relations between Academia, Industry and Government.

Who should attend this conference?

  • Researchers, educators and practitioners in entrepreneurship from all over the world, who wish to present their research and discuss their findings with colleagues
  • Representatives of governmental organisations, business and trade associations concerned with the promotion of entrepreneurship
  • Senior officials in entrepreneur development, economic policy-making, regional development, sustainability and administration
  • Suppliers of education and training services
  • All those interested in entrepreneurship