Submitting an abstract is the first step for everyone who wants to participate in the Conference. An abstract should describe the proposed paper. Abstracts should not exceed 500 words. The abstract should include:
- The goal of the paper and the statement of your research question;
- The methodology you used to produce your research (quantitative or qualitative approach, empirical or theoretical etc.);
- The brief summary of your findings;
- The theoretical contribution and practical value of your research.
After receiving the notification on acceptance, you should submit a paper. The template will help you to structure your paper and to respect the Conference style.
The common requirements are as follows:
- Papers must not exceed 5000 words in length, including abstract, figures, references and appendices for a total of 10 pages.
- References should follow the Harvard referencing style (See template for more detail)
- Papers can be produced in any version of Microsoft Word (not in PDF format) and should not be zipped. Papers should be submitted as a .doc or .rtf attachment via the Conference website.
- All papers received by the due date will be sent for double-blind peer review.