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We enjoyed the 2022 INCONECSS very much. Thank you for being part of it.
You find a review here: INCONECSS 2022: Artificial Intelligence, Open Access and Data Dominate the Discussions.
See you again in 2025 or at the INCONECSS Community Meetings (online).
International Conference on Economics and Business Information 17th-19th May 2022 – online event –
Twitter Hashtag: #INCONECSS
What is it all about?
This conference wants to address issues relating to economics and business information.
- Research Data
- Reshaping of skills and structures
- Research support
- Open Access
Who should visit INCONECSS?
The main target groups are librarians and other information specialists supporting researchers in Economics and Business Studies.
What’s so special about INCONECSS?
The uniqueness of the conference lies in its international scope in combination with the focus on Economics and Business Studies:
- bringing together best practices from different countries,
- establishing a platform for stimulating discussion,
- exchanging opinions,
- helping participants to improve and enhance their local services.
The INCONECSS Programme Committee:
- Nikolaus Berger
Library Director, Vienna University of Economics and Business
- François Cavalier (former member)
Directeur de la Direction des Ressources et de l’Information Scientifique, SciencesPo, LIBER, COAR
- Gulcin Cribb (former member)
University Librarian, Singapore Management University
- Luis Dias
Professor of Management Science at the Faculty of Economics, University of Coimbra (FEUC), Director of the Centre for Business and Economics Research at U. Coimbra (CeBER)
- Susanne Dalsgaard Krag
Library Manager, Aarhus University Library, LIBER
- Michael Hemment
Senior Director, Baker Research & Publishing, Knowledge and Library Services, Harvard Business School
- Rajen Munoo
Head of Learning and Engagement, Singapore Management University Libraries (SMU)
- Martin Reid (former member)
Deputy Director and Head of Academic Services, London School of Economics and Political Science
- Debra Wallace (former member)
Executive Director, Knowledge and Library Services, Harvard Business School
- Sofie Wennström
Analyst/Managing Editor, Stockholm University Library/Stockholm University Press
- Thorsten Meyer
Deputy Director/Chief Librarian, ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics
- Tamara Pianos
Head of Information Provision and Access, ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics