Call for papers
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When preparing your submission:
1. Please consider first the central question/object of your contribution.
2. Choose 5 key words to best fit your paper.
3. Consider the following questions to characterise your contribution:
• Is it general or specific? Are your research questions considered at a rather meso, macro or micro-level?
• Is your research of conceptual or methodological nature, policy oriented, or aimed at shaping regulation? Or is it rather of technical kind, linked to the operational/implementation level and depending on the present structural changes or the existing regulation?
4. Prepare your proposal if possible in English (6.000 - 9.000 characters).
5. Choose one of the 10 themes.
Themes are numbered from 1 to 10 going from the more general to the more specific. They are also numbered decreasingly from a more policy oriented approach, passing through the enterprise delivering a service/product in a given environment, towards the final users/ beneficiaries. While it could be seen that the numbering goes from the rather meso, macro-level towards the more micro-level of the analysis, each theme can encompass several kinds of analyses and approaches.
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PLEASE NOTE THAT IF ACCEPTED, YOU WILL BE INVITED TO SUBMIT A FULL PAPER. PROPOSALS ALONE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR THE FINAL CONFERENCE.
Paper proposals: April 21, 2013
Notification of accepted proposals: mid-May 2013
Long version of selected papers: September 1, 2013
Only the papers for which one author at least is registered by September 1 (payment validated) will be included in the Conference programme.
Paper proposals must be submitted in EN
Oral presentations at the Conference can be made in 3 languages: EN – FR – ES
Long versions of accepted papers (and posters) can be delivered in 3 languages: EN – FR – ES