Download GDN 2015 Call for Papers
Please note that the authors of the papers published in the Springer LNBIP volume surrender their copyright to Springer. Authors of the papers published in the SGH Warsaw School of Economics Conference Proceedings keep the copyright of their papers.
In order to submit your work for GDN2015 please upload your paper (.doc or .docx) using the EasyChair conference management system:
Accepted full papers will be published in the Springer LNBIP volume. Accepted short papers will be published in Conference Proceedings published by Warsaw School of Economics Press.
Instruction for Authors of papers submitted for Springer LNBIP Conference Proceedings (full papers only)
- A full paper provides a detailed account of completed research and is between 8 and 12 pages long.
- Each paper is reviewed by at least two reviewers.
- Accepted papers will be published in the Springer's LNBIP Series.
- Authors of the papers which are not accepted may be invited to have their papers considered for the SGH Warsaw School of Economics Conference Proceedings.
- Please follow the instructions available in the Section "Information for LNBIP Authors" on the Springer Web Site. You can download a LaTeX or MS Word template and an example from this web site with examples. For your convenience, you can use the Word 2007 example.
- Signature of Springer copyright form given in file Springer_LNBIP_GDN2015_copyright.pdf is mandatory for publication. One author may sign the form on behalf of the other authors. In this case, the author signs and accepts the responsibility for releasing this material on behalf of any and all co-authors.
Instruction for Authors of extended abstracts and short papers
- An extended abstract should provide a summary of ongoing or completed research and is between 2 and 3 pages long.
- A short paper placed the research project in a context and elaborates on its expected results and implications. Short papers are between 4 and 8 pages long.
- Extended abstracts and short papers must use a MS Word template that is available for download here.
- Signature of Warsaw School of Economics Press publishing statement form given in file WSEPress_statement.doc. This file is mandatory for publication. One author may sign the form on behalf of the other authors. In this case, the author signs and accepts the responsibility for releasing this material on behalf of any and all co-authors.
Paper submission procedure
All submissions are handled through the EasyChair conference management system; to submit please follow the following steps:
- Prepare your paper according to the instructions given above and save it as a pdf file.
- Log in to EasyChair using your account (or create one if you do not have it);
Author option when selecting GDN2015 conference in EasyChair;
New Submission and choose one of the specific conference streams relevant to your submission, or the GDN2015 general stream (The list of streams is given here and it will be displayed during the submission process.);
You will be asked to provide information about the authors and the title, abstract, keywords and the category of your submission.
Select one of the two categories:
- Note: Ph.D. students who submit full papers for the Young Researcher Award should also select
"Young Researcher Award".
Springer Proceedings for a full paper submitted to Springer LNBIP Volume (only full papers are accepted for this volume);
SGH Warsaw School of Economics Proceedings for a short paper or an extended abstract submitted to the SGH Warsaw School of Economics proceedings;
Young Researcher's Award Submission Procedure
When submitting a paper to GDN in EasyChair, please indicate whether the paper should be considered for the Young Researcher's Award by checking "Young Researcher's Award" checkbox. The paper must be submitted as a full paper only. The award is given to a young researcher who has not yet completed his or her PhD at the time of the presentation and who is the first author of the presented paper.
Special Issue of Group Decision and Negotiation Journal
There will be one or more Special Issues of the Group Decision and Negotiation Journal containing selected papers presented at the GDN 2015 conference. When they are reviewed for the GDN 2015 Proceedings, papers (extended abstracts, short papers and full papers) will be assessed for potential to contribute to this Special Issue. Authors of the Extended Abstracts and Short Papers invited to make a submission to the Special Issue will be asked use recommendations from the review process and feedback from the presentation to improve and further develop their paper to the journal standard. Authors of the Full Papers will be required to modify their papers so that they do not violate Copyright assigned to Springer. Papers appearing in the Special Issue must contain significant new material beyond what is in the GDN 2015 Proceedings.