Deadline for an abstract submission: November 3, 2019
Abstract should be uploaded into the conference system (after registration).
Length of an abstract is max. 2 pages.
An abstract should consist of the main aim of the paper, methods and main findings.
Deadline for paper submission: January 31, 2020
Paper should be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please, use MS Word 2007 or newer.
The author of a paper is responsible for correctness, accuracy and originality and for meeting the formal requirements.
By sending the paper to the conference e-mail address the author expresses the consent with Permission for using the work. The permission is deemed to have been granted implicitly, including acknowledgement of liability for the damage.
The formal requirements of papers for review are specified in THE PAPER TEMPLATE. Please, send paper for review without identifying the author(s) (by name, affiliation and acknowledgement) in PDF.
Include the author information when sending the final paper (TEMPLATE) in docx, doc.
Length of papers is max. 8 pages (including abstract and literature).
The paper should refer to significant sources, particularly scientific journals and conference proceedings listed in the Web of Knowledge databases. Each reference must be mentioned in the text as a continuous quotation and vice versa.
Conference organizers reserve the right to return any paper that does not meet the required paper template or fit the conference topics.
The authors, whose papers are not directly discussed in the sessions can present posters to be displayed during the conference. Feel free to make use of our poster template (recommended size – A1: 594×841 mm): THE POSTER TEMPLATE (1) OR THE POSTER TEMPLATE (2) Just try to keep your poster to 800 words or less (without references and figure legends). A person could fully read your poster in under 5 minutes. If you decide to present your paper in the form of a poster, please inform the organizers.
Peer review process
All papers are subject to a double-blind peer review process. Program Committee decisions are based on reviewer recommendations and the evaluation of the final version of the paper. Papers are evaluated on the basis of seven criteria, as outlined in the template review. However, the results of the review process will be sent to authors by email. If the reviewers require modifications to a paper, the author will be asked to submit a new file (with a corrected paper – Final Paper) and list all of the changes in an accompanying document (on the last page of the Final Paper). If the author does not accept the proposed changes, the reasons for the refusal should be submitted in an accompanying document.
Papers for the Review of Economic Perspectives journal
Send to: email@example.com Language: English Extended versions of presented papers are welcomed in the peer-review process of Review of Economic Perspectives. Papers should be submitted by e-mail to the address of the editor. Papers have to be written using an MS Office Word template. Papers written in other programs can only be sent with the prior agreement of the editor. The journal primarily publishes extensive papers. The recommended length of manuscripts is 20 to 30 standard pages (40,000 to 60,000 characters). Templates and other information are available on the website: REVIEW OF ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVES