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Submission guidelines


Submitted abstracts should be between 500 and 1000 word long and adopt the following structure:

  • Context
  • Relevant literature
  • Literature gap
  • Research questions
  • Methodology
  • Empirical material (if relevant)
  • Results
  • Contribution to scholarship
  • Contribution to practice
  • Relevance to this year’s conference theme
  • Bibliography

Please note that you will not be able to upload a file and that in order to submit your abstract you will have to follow the above structure. When submitting your abstract, you will be asked to choose between submitting it to the conference's General Track (which relates to all the themes and topics identified in the Call for Papers) and one of the Special Tracks. If you intend to submit your abstract to one of the Special Tracks, please take note of its title and number, so you are able to find it easily in the ConfTool platform.

Please also note that the number of submission is limited to two per author. Should you wish to submit more than two, further abstracts will need to be submitted by co-authors. Please also note that each individual author will be allowed to present a maximum of two papers during the conference, which means that if you want more than two of your papers to be presented, (at least) one of your co-authors will need to attend the conference as well. 

All abstracts received by the submission deadline will be evaluated in a double-blind review process. The final accepted papers that are presented in the conference sessions will be published in the R&D Management Conference proceedings, which will be provided to the conference delegates through a password-protect cloud drive (papers will not be published online with public access).

Deadline for abstract submission was March 10th at Midnight.

Full papers of accepted abstracts need to be uploaded by May 31st. At least one of the authors of accepted papers will need to have registered by May 31st (short of what the paper will be removed from the programme).