About the Conference TaPAPF
24th International Conference
THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF PUBLIC FINANCE
12 and 13 April 2019
- Call for papers in English
- Call for papers in Czech
- Program of the conference
- Book of Abstracts (isbn)
- + working updated version
- Proceedings of the International Conference
- Photos – student section
- Past Sessions
- Registration Form
About the conference
The main thematic focus of the conference is on public finance, public sector economics and public policies. The conference “Theoretical and Practical Aspects of Public Finance” has been held annually in March/April since 1996.
The conference is organised by the University of Economics, Prague, Faculty of Finance and Accounting in a collaboration with the Association of Public Economics (participants are Czech and Slovak university-based expert institutes). The conference is attended primarily by researchers and PhD students from the Czech and Slovak universities. However, also decision-makers from central government bodies attend regularly. On a smaller scale researchers and practitioners from neighbouring and other countries – notably Hungary, Slovenia and Poland – participate. The conference always includes a plenary section and several thematic sections.
As part of the conference, separate student section for bachelor and master students is being held; however, papers from the student section are not included in the final proceedings.
Two separate proceedings are published in connection with the conference: proceedings of abstracts and proceedings of contributions. Beginning with 2012, the proceedings of contributions is being published exclusively in English.
Alena Vančurová, University of Economics, Prague
Savina Finardi, University of Economics, Prague
Kornélia Beličková, University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia
Bojka Hamerníková, College of Regional Development and Banking Institute – AMBIS, Prague
Beáta Mikušová Meričková, Matej Bel University, Banská Bystrica, Slovakia
Juraj Nemec, Masaryk University, Brno
Primož Pevcin, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Bruno Sergi, University of Messina, Italy and Harvard University, USA
Leoš Vítek, University of Economics, Prague
Jaroslav Vostatek, University of Finance and Administration, Prague