CALL FOR PAPERS
The Congress of Administration, Society, and Innovation (CASI) is an interinstitutional event that completes this year its eleventh edition. The event was born in 2007 as an internal action of the Department of Administration of the Federal Fluminense University – Volta Redonda-RJ campus, now having scientific sessions open as of 2009. In 2011, the event marked its trajectory through expansion at the national level. Since then, the congress has been growing in size and quality, having been carried out in the last years in the following cities: Penedo-RJ, Volta Redonda-RJ (2015), Juiz de Fora-MG (2016), Petrópolis-RJ (2017), and now Rio de Janeiro-RJ.
In 2018, the conference will occur in the campus of the School of Command and General Staff of the Army (ECEME), in the neighborhood or Urca, city of Rio de Janeiro-RJ. The eleventh edition is being organized through a partnership among Fluminense Federal University (UFF) and ECEME.
The academic contributions can be submitted until 09/15/2018, through the site:
Additional information in: http://congressocasi.com.br/call-for-papers/
Administration of Production and Services Operations
Human Behavior in Organizations
Accounting, Financial Management and Cryptofinance
Organizational Economics and Sustainability
Teaching and research
Technology Management, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Logistics and Innovation in Defense
Organizations and Society
|Papers Submissions||06-01 to 09-15|
|Inscriptions||10-19 to 10/27|
|Conference||12-6 and 7|
In parallel to the CASI, the attendees have the opportunity to visit Rio de Janeiro, known as the “wonderful city”, and cradle of uncountable touristic activities and cultural heritage, among which we can highlight:
* Cristo Redentor (Christ the Redeemer)
* Pão de Açúcar – Bondinho (Sugarloaf Mountain)
* Jardim Botânico (Botanic Garden)
* Parque Lage (Lage Park)
* AquaRio (Rio Aquarium)
* Museu do Amanhã (Museum of Tomorrow)
Also, we must not forget that the city has as one of the central points the Lapa, cradle of carioca’s bohemia, with the Arches of Santa Tereza. Besides the stadium of Maracanã and Copacabana Beach.