GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION
|Title page||Title (14 point Times New Roman).|
E-Mail Address(Single space, 10 point Times New Roman; please do not use titles such as Dr., Professor, etc).
|Abstract||The abstract should be in a paragraph of approximately 500 words (10 point Times New Roman). It should include the rationale, objective, methodology, major results and expected contribution and the track to which it relates.|
|Keywords||Include key variables describing the paper.|
|Main text||The paper should start with introduction and conclude with a summary at the end. Full paper should range between 3000-5000 words, single space, 10 point Times New Roman. The author(s) need to send his/her brief bio-data and the certificate of originality without which it will not be accepted. Author(s) names and affiliations must not appear on any page except for the title page.|
|Figures and tables||Figures and Tables should be placed as close as possible to where they are cited. All tables and figures should be embedded into the file and sized appropriately.|
|Headings||Headings should be in bold type, in 12 point Times New Roman. Main headings should be centered; Sub heading should be flush left with initial caps. Do not use headings other than these two types. At least one line space should separate headings from the preceding text.|
|Citation||As per APA style|
|References||As per APA style.|
|Appendix||The appendix should immediately follow the references.|
|Paper Submission||The authors are required to submit the abstract and full paper online at the Registration link on the website.|
CRITERIA FOR EVALUATION
- Relevance: Does the subject of the Paper appeal to the interests of the conference attendees?
- Methodology: Does the Paper use sound and appropriate method(s)?
- Originality: Does the Paper add new findings, insights, or knowledge to the body of literature?
- Research: Does the Paper compare and weigh the material against the work of others?
- Conclusions: Are the conclusions sound and justified?
- Managerial Implications: Is the managerial relevance and implications of the decision problem demonstrated?
- References: Are the references adequate?