Prospective authors are invited to submit papers dealing with the conference subjects. Please note that an author cannot be listed as first author on more than one paper.
|Submission of Abstracts:||15 November 2007|
|Notification of Authors:||25 January 2008|
|Submission of Final Papers:||15 March 2008|
Every paper to be presented at the conference needs at least one delegate registration (non-refundable) by 15 February 2008.
WAY OF SUBMISSION:
Your abstract and your final paper should be prepared in accordance with the following instructions and submitted only electronically (MS Word 2003 format or earlier) to the Conference Organiser:
INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS:
Format for Papers:
- Page Size/Type: DIN A4
- Margins Top/Bottom: 3.0 cm; Margins Left/Right 3.0 cm
- Do not use any “headers and footers”
- Font/Size: Arial, font size 11
- Spacing/Printing: single spacing and single-sided
- Justification: complete text, except in case of tables and figures
- Language: British English
- On the first page indicate only:
- Title of the paper: centred and written in bold letters, font size Arial 14, space before 4 lines
- Authors: author’s name, title, company/organisation, address with e-mail, phone and fax number as well as co-authors’ names should be placed below the title, left-aligned
- Brief biography of the main author of not more than 150 words
- On the second page, the main body of the paper starts, divided in sections and sub-sections as appropriate.
- Sections should be numbered and their title typed in bold capitals (e.g. 1 INTRODUCTION) at the left side of the page; sub-sections must be numbered using two digits and their title typed in lower case bold (e.g. 2.1 Safety On Board) at the left side of the page; except when starting on a new page, two blank lines must be left before each section title.
- The main body of the text is followed by ENDNOTES, REFERENCES and APPENDICES (if appropriate) without a section number but in bold capitals.
- Tables are to be numbered sequentially and have an explanatory title aligned left above the table.
- Figures must be drawn using good quality graphical software; they must be numbered sequentially and have an informative title aligned left above the figure.
- Footnotes must be numbered sequentially with their numbers superior in the text; footnotes are placed after the end of the main text in a separate chapter ENDNOTES.
- Bibliographical references are placed in alphabetical order in the separate chapter REFERENCES; the citations should follow the examples below:
Kotler, P. (1997), Marketing Management: Analysis, Planning, Implementation and Control, 9th edition, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ
Anderson, J.C., Hakansson, H. and Johanson, J. (1994), Dyadic business relationships within a business network context, in: Journal of Marketing 58 (4), page 1-15
Article in book edited by another author:
Buckley, P.J. and Casson, M. (1986), A theory of cooperation in international business, in: Contractor, F.J. and Lorange, P. (Eds) (1988), Cooperative Strategies in International Business – Joint Venture and Technology Partnerships Between Firms, Lexington Books, Lexington, Mass., page 31-53
Pezzey, J.C. (2002), Sustainability policy and environmental policy, Draft 17 October, Economics and Environmental Network, ANU, viewed 18 November 2003, http://een.anu.edu.au/download_files/een0211.pdf
- Maximum number of pages of the paper: 15 (including tables, figures, references, and appendices)
Download the Instructions for Authors and an Example as MS Word files.
Download the Guidelines for Oral Presentations as pdf-file.
Download the Guidelines for Poster Presentations as pdf-file.