All those who would like to present a paper at the conference are requested to submit an extended abstract until April 15, 2020. The main text of abstract should include purpose, design/methodology /approach, findings, and relevance/contribution to research and practice in separate sections.
Everything, including title, keywords, topic(s), word count, main text, and tables and references (if necessary), should be up to a maximum of 1000 words in total. Please specify the total word count on the abstract. A model is provided on the Abstract Model/instruction web page.
Please consult Submission for Abstract Application Procedures.
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One person can submit up to three abstracts, irrespective of primary or secondary authorship. All submitted abstracts will be double-blind peer-reviewed, based on their relevance and significance for POM and their originality. At least one author should complete their registration up to September 16, 2020, and attend the Conference to present the paper.
Accepted abstracts can be followed by the submission of full papers (maximum 10 pages), which will be included in the conference CD-ROM proceedings (with ISBN). The submission of a full paper is not compulsory for presenting the paper, but it is strongly recommended.
Full Paper Submission
When submitting a full paper, the author (s) will indicate if they want it to be considered for one of the conference awards and/or for one of the conference-journal special issues. After the conference, authors of papers pre-selected for a special issue will be invited to improve them and to submit for possible publication, after following the standard peer reviewed process of the corresponding Journal. The submitted manuscripts to this conference should be an original work, not been copyrighted, published, or accepted for presentation at any other conference. The title of the full paper has to be identical with that of the corresponding abstract. Please download the template.
Abstracts and full papers must be submitted in English, although it will be possible to give presentations in Spanish or Japanese in ad-hoc Spanish and Japanese-speaking sessions.