To ensure that the typescripts are published with the minimum of delay it is essential that much greater care than usual be taken with the typing and authors are strongly advised to obtain the help of a suitable colleague (if necessary) to ensure that the typescript is clear and grammatically correct. In order to achieve rapid publication, the texts will be printed directly from authors’ typescripts. Authors are therefore fully responsible for the quality of their article and are kindly requested to observe the following instructions for the preparation of their typescripts. You can browse sample papers from our previous conference here.
Deadline for Paper Submission: 20 October 2021
All papers submitted for presentation in the conference and publication in the conference proceedings are refereed through a double blind process. Please submit your paper in the form of an MS Word file attached directly to the conference coordinator Ms Janet Snow (email@example.com).
Types of Papers: The following types of papers are sought:
Typescript Preparation: All authors must provide the following information:
Abstract approximately 100 words, maximum 150. Write concisely and clearly. The abstract should reflect only what appears in the original paper. To produce a structured abstract, please complete the following fields about the paper using this template. There are four fields which are obligatory (Purpose, Design, Findings and Value); the other two (Research limitations/implications and Practical implications) may be omitted if they are not applicable to your paper.
Use the Harvard (name and date) short reference system for citations in the text with a detailed alphabetical list at the end of the paper. For example ‘Hamel (2000) suggests …’ or ‘Nonaka and Takeuchi (1995) found that …’ or ‘A study of economic change (Nelson and Winter, 1982) has shown that …’
Units of Measurement:
Please follow the International System for units of measurement in your paper. Imperial units will be converted, except where conversion would affect the meaning of a statement, or imply a greater or lesser degree of accuracy.
Submission Preparation Checklist (all items required)