Submitted papers will be double-blind peer reviewed by the International Scientific Committee listed in the web. Those works accepted will be published with ISBN. At least one of the authors must be registered in the congress for the paper to be published.
Accepted papers for the 9th International Congress on Public and Nonprofit Marketing should follow the guidelines below for final submission. The template provided is the correct tool to assure a correct format for the documents.
The extended deadline for final submissions is March 15th, 2010. After this date, we will not be able to guarantee the inclusion of the papers in the conference proceedings.
Submissions must be made in MS Word format and should be sent to the Congress e-mail email@example.com.
IAPNM 2010 proceedings will be produced on CD-ROM with ISBN and distributed to participants at the conference.
TYPES OF CONTRIBUTIONS
There are 3 possible formats when sending your contributions:
Contributions to the Theory and Practice that represent advances in the different areas included in this Congress.
Their maximum length is of 15 pages.
WORKS IN PROGRESS
The Scientific Committee considers a "work in progress", those research papers whose objectives are supposed to be achieve in a medium-short term. Authors choosing this way to contribute to the congress are wishing to present the state-of-the art in their work or even the first results achieved for their discussion.
Consequently, a "work in progress" should clearly include objectives, methodology and potential contributions.
Work in progress format should be like Papers format, but with a maximum length of 7 pages.
EXPERIMENTAL JUNIOR PAPERS
They aim to encourage future researchers and motivate students to perform marketing work. They should be tutored and also signed by a teacher.
Experimental Junior Papers format should be like Papers format, but with a maximum length of 5 pages.
Experimental Junior Papers can be written only in English.
GUIDELINES FOR AUTHORS