At ANZAM, Melbourne, there will be two kinds of paper presentation sessions: Refereed Delivered sessions and Refereed Interactive sessions. Original research papers, which may be theoretical, empirical, literature reviews, or case studies, aligned with the Conference theme (Creative Disruption: Managing in a Digital Age), and/or ANZAM’s research streams/tracks, are invited.
*********PAPER SUBMISSION NOW EXTENDED to MONDAY 10 JULY*********
Call for Papers
Refereed Delivered Paper (12 pages)
The most fully developed papers should be submitted for inclusion in these sessions. They consist of more formal and longer presentations, with individual paper presentations followed by a question and answer session for each paper.
Refereed Interactive Paper (12 pages)
Interactive sessions are held in a roundtable discussion format with shorter paper presentations (with no slide display) so as to allow for more engaging interaction with other researchers with similar interests. These interactive sessions have the aim of providing more opportunity for discussion about the research presented and the themes that emerge with the session, and will be an excellent forum for gaining feedback from knowledgeable researchers in your field.
Note: page limits do not include references, tables/figures, cover page.
Please note that submitting a manuscript as a refereed delivered paper does not necessarily mean it will end up in a refereed delivered paper session. Often times very good papers end up in a refereed interactive session because of lack of space on the program or lack of fit with any of the existing refereed delivered sessions.
Conference Papers should be prepared as a Microsoft Word document and conform to the editorial guidelines and formatting specified for ANZAM Conference Papers. Please refer to the ANZAM Conference Paper Style Guide and ensure you read the General Policies and Requirements section below before submitting your paper (www.anzamconference.org). All papers submitted for both competitive and interactive sessions will be subject to double blind review.