Submission Guidelines

2019 MAG Scholar Conference in Business, Marketing & Tourism

Submission Guidelines

 

Abstracts and/or full papers are welcomed to address any of the paper submission tracks. However, only full papers submitted by the submission deadline will be considered as competitive papers. We accept only English papers. Works on business, marketing and tourism in relation to the digital technology are particularly encouraged. Other works pertaining to the digital economy are also accepted.

 

Conference proceedings will be published by MAG Scholar and submitted for Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI) inclusion. There is no promise of the inclusion but the Conference Directors are trying their best to get all papers included. Selected papers, however, will be published in one of the six indexed journals subject to review process. Additionally, the Best Paper Awards will be presented at the conference to authors whose work represents ground-breaking research in their respective areas. Each Award consists of a certificate and a money prize, and will be announced at the award-giving ceremony of the conference.

 

Submission Guidelines

All papers should be submitted to a specific track. Please specify the track before you submit your abstract or full paper. The review criteria include the overall quality of the paper, the clarity of the research problem, review of literature, methodology, and it’s contribution to the understanding of the phenomena under investigation. Authors are required to provide their contact information including name, affiliation, address and e-mail address.

All submissions, including abstract, main body, reference and appendix, must be written in strict accordance with the format requirements of the paper or abstract template. Submissions that do not meet the format requirements will not be accepted.

  1. Submission of Abstract

The purpose of abstract is to introduce the main content of the paper, convey important information that can be retrieved. The main contents should include the objectives of research projects, research methods, results and conclusions. The text of the abstract must not exceed 500 words and should be submitted in double-spaced format, prepared in 12-point font.

  1. Submission of Competitive Papers

Submitted papers – including references, exhibits, and appendices – must not exceed 30 pages with double-spaced, prepared in 12-point font and conform to the manuscript guidelines of the Harvard Referencing.

  1. Page size: A4 (210mm×297mm); Margins: top & bottom: 2.54cm, left & right: 3.18cm.
  2. Do not use footnotes or endnotes; do not add page numbers.
  3. Papers and abstracts must be submitted in PDF format.

Please refer to the template for specific requirements:

Abstract Template

Paper Template in English

All entries are strongly encouraged to be orally presented during the Conference. Each presenter has approximately 15 minutes to present their work and should also anticipate questions from the audience.

Online Submission