Paper & Presentation Guidelines

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Please adjust your paper according to the following guidelines
before your final submission

Please use ICCM2018_Abstract_template and/or ICCM2018_Panel_EDU_Abstract_template (for the panel in Education).
The abstract should present the aim/objectives of the work, the methodological approach, the results and the conclusion. It should be typed in font size 12 and 1,15 spaced. The length should not exceed 300 words.

For the creation of your Full Paper, please use the  ICCM2018_Full_paper_template, and submit it at as an attached file.

General Information

Papers NOT PRESENTED by their authors and only by their authors are not considered for publication and they do not appear in the program or the abstract book.
Additionally, in case of grammatical errors or other, the authors will be given time to correct their papers so that they can be published. It is up to the author to contribute and collaborate with the publishing team, to reduce the waiting time for the publication.
In case the paper is found with too many mistakes (grammatical and/or other) that even after the time given the author has not corrected, we reserve the right to refuse the publication.
Papers should be typewritten in black, double-spaced on A4, with 1 1/2 inch margins on all four sides, using 10 pt Tahoma Font and 1,15. Pages should be numbered consecutively. A length of 5.000 words in maximum (everything included, which means no more than 12 -15 pages).

First page
The first page of the paper should include in the following order: paper title, author’s name and surname, affiliation, postal address, email address, acknowledgements.  In the case of co-authors, their full details should also appear (all correspondence will be sent to the first named author). 

Second page
The second page should contain the title of the paper, an abstract of 200-250 words, and up to five keywords.

Subsequent pages
Here you have the order of the subsequent pages: main body of text; list of references; appendices; endnotes (endnotes should be kept to a minimum and footnotes should be avoided). 

The text should be organised under appropriate section headings.  Section headings should be typed in bold (e.g. INTRODUCTION). 

Quotations should be taken accurately from the original source.  Alterations to quotations should be noted.  Quotation marks (“ ”) should be used to denote direct quotations.  Inverted commas (‘ ’) are to be used to denote a quotation within a quotation. Quotations longer than 3 lines need indenting at both sides and putting in single space, with the author’s name, on a last line to the right date and page number).

Tables, figures and illustrations should be referred to and included in the text.  Each table, figure and illustration should be numbered consecutively (in Arabic numbers) and titled.  Tables, figures and illustrations should be kept to a minimum. 

References should be set out according to the standard Harvard style as follows.  In the text references should be cited by the author’s name and year of publication in brackets – for example (Miller, 2000; Tribe, 2000, 2001), or ‘… as noted by Miller (2000)’.  Where there are two or more references to one author for the same year, the following form should be used (Smith, 1999a) or (Smith, 1999b).  Where references include two authors the form (Clarke & Little, 1996) should be used.  Where references include three or more authors the form (Riley et al., 1996) should be used. 

Bibliography Format

Books and monographs

One   author Adler, N. J. (2007). International dimensions of organisational behaviour. Mason, OH: Thomson/South-Western.
Two or more authors Ang, S., & Inkpen, A. C. (2008). Cultural intelligence and offshore outsourcing success: A framework of firm-level intercultural capability. Decision Sciences, 39(3): 33–358.


Chapters in edited books
Ang, S, Van Dyne, L, & Koh, S K (2006). Personality correlates of the four-factor model
of cultural intelligence. Group and Organization Management, 31: 100–123.

Papers in journals
Terzi M C et al. (2013) International Events: the impact of the conference location, Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences 73, 363 – 372

Pettus, A M (1998) Edward Jenner, Biographical encyclopedia of scientists, Marshall Cavendish, New York, vol. 3, pp. 691-693. 

Oakley, V (2003) The tragic trade, Australian, 15 November, p. 29.

Author’s name (if given). Title of Article. Web Page Title. Date of creation or last update. Institution or organization. Available at : <URL network address>. [Accessed on Date of access]

The official language of the conference is English. Each presenter will have a maximum of 15 minutes to present. Conference Venue will be fully equipped (computer, microphone installation, data projector). Presenters will be requested to upload their presentation before the start of their session. Technical support will be provided. For the conference papers please respect the format indicated above.