Prof. Dr. Gary Campbell

Michigan Technological University, College of Business

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hashim Zameer

College of Economics and Management, Nanjing University (NUAA), China

Prof. Dr. Rui Alexandre Castanho

WSB University, Poland
Madeira University Portugal

Dr. Vesile Möhsümova

The Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan

Muntasir Murshed

School of Business and Economics, North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh


School of Trade and Economics, Guangdong university of foreign studies Guangzhou China; Energy and environmental economics

Solomon Prince Nathaniel

Department of Economics, University of Lagos, Akoka, Nigeria

Assoc. Prof. Vilmos Katona

Institute of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, University of Pécs, Hungary


Abstract for ICOMEP'22

Regeneration and social sustainability in global architecture after Covid-19


The regenerative agenda of Steven A. Moore theoretically facilitated architecture on a sustainable and social basis. Stemming partly from his tenets, many other design activities and professional symposia, e.g., the idea of the 2016 Venice Biennale by Alejandro Aravena, proved to serve regenerative purposes throughout the globe, yet Covid-19 means an unprecedented challenge. How does the pandemic affect social collaboration to develop new design tools for participatory architecture, and what are our possible prospects after the worldwide cataclysm? Can we benefit from online training, lockdown, and economic changes to give rise to environmental consciousness while preserving tectonic authenticity? Our study analyses global tendencies in comparison with the original tenets and early case studies of regenerative architecture.


Cristina Raluca Gh. Popescu

1.) Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Business and Administration,
University of Bucharest, 030018 Bucharest, Romania
2.) Department of Economics and Economic Policy, Economics I Doctoral School, Faculty of
Theoretical and Applied Economics, The Bucharest University of Economic Studies, 010374
Bucharest, Romania


Cristina Raluca Gh. Popescu is Full-Professor Habil. at University of Bucharest and PhD. Supervisor and
Doctoral School Member at The Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania. Having more than 21
years of experience, focuses on helping students learn and apply the subjects more effectively, and centers
on improving scientific research excellence. Values a special environment where her in-depth knowledge of
creative thinking and academic writing can help deliver accurate research results. She is skilled in Business
Administration, Economics, Management, Accounting, and Audit. She is Member of Chamber of Financial
Auditors of Romania (CAFR), Romania as Financial Auditor, and Member of Authority for the Public
Oversight of the Statutory Audit Activity (ASPAAS), Ministry of Public Finance, Romania as Financial auditor.
Single author and coauthor of more than 287 scientific works, with national and international publishers,
having national and international coauthors: books, book chapters, articles, conference papers. She has
more than 380 citations in national and international publications. Editor and Editorial Advisory Board (EAB)
member: IGI Global – Publishing House (Pennsylvania, USA). Guest Editor and Academic Editor for
Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI, Basel, Switzerland): Mathematics, Journal of Risk and
Financial Management (JRFM), Businesses. Topic Editor for Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
(MDPI, Basel, Switzerland): Mathematics, Businesses. Associate Editor for The International Academy of
Organizational Behavior Management (IAOBM): International Journal of the Academy of Organizational
Behavior Management (IJAOBM); The International Journal of Management Science and Information
Technology (IJMSIT). Editorial Advisory Board (EAB) Member for North American Institute of Science and
Information Technology (NAISIT) (The International Journal of Management Science and Information
Technology (IJMSIT)); Journal of Emerging Economies and Policy (JOEEP). Review Board member: IBIMA
Conferences and IBIMA Publishing, USA (Journal of E-Government Studies and Best Practices, The MENA
Journal of Business Case Studies); International Conference on Decision making for Small and Medium-
Sized Enterprises (DEMSME 2021); IGI Global – Publishing House (Pennsylvania, USA); University of
Bucharest (International Journal of Health Economics (IJHE)); Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
(MDPI, Basel, Switzerland) (Sustainability, Symmetry, Journal of Risk and Financial Management (JRFM),
Mathematics, Economies, Risks, Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market, and Complexity (JOItmC),
Journal of Administrative Sciences, World, Informatics, Water, Agriculture, Businesses, Microorganisms,
Energies, Agronomy). Invited reviewer: Management Decision (MD), Sustainable Development (SD),
Corporate Social Responsibility & Environmental Management (CSREM), Journal of Business Economics
and Management (JBEM), Engineering Economics (Inzinerine Ekonomika), International Journal of
Sustainable Development and Planning (IJSDP), Transformations in Business & Economics (TIBE).

Abstract for ICOMEP'22

Targeting Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a result of COVID-19 Pandemic Shock:
Building Inclusive Global Knowledge Societies, while Enjoying Peace and Prosperity
Nowadays, promoting sustainability and sustainable development represents the very essence
of the post-pandemic economic recovery strategies, while facing the challenging perspective
of building inclusive global knowledge societies. This paper analyzes, on the one hand, the
current economic, financial, and social context that led to the need to create a new economic
model based on green energy, digitalization, and shock resistance and, on the other hand, the
measures required in order to facilitate the transition and the implementation of this new
economic model. In continuation, this study emphasizes the necessity of operating in stable
economies, especially as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic widespread global economic
impact which changed the dynamics of all activities and offered new perspectives for
countries all around the world.