White Rose DTC Business and Management, Accounting and Finance and Work Psychology Pathway Annual Conference 2016
Date - Thursday, 7th July 2016 - Friday, 8th July 2016 (All Day)
White Rose DTC Business and Management, Accounting and Finance and Work Psychology Pathway Annual Conference 2016, University of Leeds, 7-8 July 2016
Extended Call for Papers
Leeds University Business School is pleased to announce the extended call for papers for the 2016 White Rose DTC Pathway Conference.
The Conference will be taking place at Leeds University Business School on Thursday 7th and Friday 8th July 2016 and this is a great opportunity for you to present your research amongst your peers in an academic conference environment.
The Conference will address the theme of ‘Change’ in the domains of business and management, accounting and finance, and work psychology. We are inviting proposals for paper and poster presentations that say how your research can link to the broad theme of ‘Change’.
‘Change is when something new appears, in our research methods and collaborations, in the developments we explore in industries, organisations and communities, at work or in play.’
Year 1 researchers are strongly encouraged to produce a poster presentation and researchers in years 2 onwards an oral presentation, although it is also possible for year 1 researchers to submit an oral presentation as well a poster presentation
You can also now register your attendance for the conference on the online store.
Submitting your abstract
Please submit abstracts to M.Armstrong@leeds.ac.uk by extended deadline: Monday 31 May 2016
Abstracts should include:
- Paper title
- Abstract (maximum of 1000 words)
- Key words (2-3) to help organize into streams
We will offer students who submit an abstract the opportunity to further develop their work into a short paper (maximum 3000 words). All short papers will receive specific feedback from an academic discussant during the conference. There will be a Best Paper Prize awarded to the best paper submitted to the Conference. Anyone wishing to write a short paper is asked to submit it toM.Armstrong@leeds.ac.uk by 3rd June 2016. Please note that you will only be eligible for the Best Paper prize if you submit a short paper.
Submitting your poster
Participant wishing to present a poster at the conference should email M.Armstrong@leeds.ac.uk with the title of the planned poster, post graduate researcher name, and institution by extended deadline: Monday 31 May 2016
- Can be Landscape or Portrait and must be A1 size;
- Should show how your research relates to the theme of the conference “Change“;
- Should contain the following information;
- Research Questions
- Original Contribution
You will need to send a PDF copy of your poster to M.Armstrong@leeds.ac.uk by 10 June 2016 so that it can be printed.
- Presentation/paper abstract submission extended deadline: 29th April 2016
- Poster title submission extended deadline: 29th April 2016
- Short paper submission: 3rd June 2016
- Poster submission deadline: 10 June 2016
- Conference dates: 7-8th July 2016: Register your attendance for the conference on the online store.