Sokol Celo is assistant professor of Strategy & International Business at Suffolk University. Celo specializes in international business, managerial decision-making, and institutional change, and has more than 20 years of teaching experience. With a deep-rooted passion for education, Celo began his career as an assistant professor in mathematics. He later went on to work for several international organizations. He served as a project coordinator for the German Agency for Technical Cooperation and was the national project manager for the United Nations Development Programme in Albania. In 2006, Celo went back to school and earned his PhD in Management and International Business from Florida International University. While pursuing his doctorate degree, Celo taught management classes. Celo was one of six doctoral students to win the International Management Division's Most Promising Dissertation Proposal Award at the Academy of Management (AOM) annual meeting in Montreal in August 2010. His dissertation focused on how international investment decisions are made and how they affect the firm's performance. Celo's current research is building on expanding on these ideas. He is also involved in a project that uses the history of baseball as an empirical setting to understand the mechanisms underlying the process of institutional change.
Alessandro Vespignani . Geoffrey West . Kathleen C. Engel . Ren Y. Cheng . Eric Bonabeau . David Lazer . Adam Price . Hamid Benbrahim . Cesar A. Hidalgo . Marta Gonzalez . Sokol Celo . Michail Bletsas . Greta Meszoely . Stoyan Tanev . Charles Worrell . Kun Zhao . Dany Bahar . Brian Peltonen .
I cannot thank you and your team enough.
I've been to more conferences than I can remember in my 28 yr. career. But I can count with less than one hand those that gave me such an
intellectual satisfaction and shock as this one, and I am not a new comer to the Complexity field either.
I really look forward to the next one. This is such an important, emerging field. There are so many subjects across a vast array of
seemingly unrelated fields that can be united by basic principles in Complexity.
Thank you again.
ccs2018 CONFERENCE ON COMPLEX SYSTEMS 2018 AGENDA 23-28 September 2018, Vellidio Convention Center, Thessaloniki, Greece