This year’s conference main theme is “The Dynamics of Change Created by the Growing Israel’s Economy in the Middle East". In particular, by this title, In addition to the economic growth problems of the Middle Eastern countries, that are dependent on oil and natural gas exports, it aims to understand the effects of the dynamics of the Middle East and Israel's economies in the future and to reveal the possible changes that may occur in the region. In this context, papers may address one or more of the listed sub-topics, although authors should not feel limited by them. unlisted but related potential sub-topics are also acceptable, provided they fit in Israel’s future perspectives

• Middle East Economy,

• Israeli Economy,

• The Power of the Israeli Economy in Growth, Human Capital Relationship,

• Israel Defense Industry,

• Israel's R&D Dynamics,

• Future of Middle Eastern Energy Reserves,

• The Effect of Political Dynamics on Regional Development,

• Economic Policy of the Region,

• Growth Analysis,

• Future Simulations,

• Effects of International Economic Developments in the Middle East,

• Changing Regional Effects of the Global Economy,

• Effects of the Chinese Economy in the Middle East,

• Middle East Policies in Russian Politics,

• Effects of Balance of Economic Power by Sectoral Growth in the Middle East,

• Middle East Practice in Economic Power Balances and Regional Conflicts,

• The Image and Future of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Economy in the Region

• Turkish- Israeli Political Economy,

• Future of Iran, Turkey, Israel Economies in the Perspective of Regional Power;

• Middle East policies of the USA and EU,

The conference, not limited to this year's theme, will include every topic in the field of Israel and Judaism. Shortly The conference scope includes all subareas of Israel and Judaism Studies. These include (but are not only limited to) only the traditional areas in Judaic Studies but also various disciplines like current political issues, international relations, history and sociology in Israel Studies.

In conference, there are no specific themes, topic, time periods, methods, study disciplines, geographical areas, buzzwords, but the focus of proposals and papers must be oriented to address the conference's field.

As there is a limited amount of time allotted to research presentations, priority will be given to those outlining the original research findings accompanied by a full paper and/or research paper submission if a large number of abstracts are received