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SEJ Paper Development Workshop for submission to the "Framing novelty" Special Issue - Crete (Greece), July 13-15, 2024

  • 1.  SEJ Paper Development Workshop for submission to the "Framing novelty" Special Issue - Crete (Greece), July 13-15, 2024

    Posted 04-30-2024 09:55

    SEJ Paper Development Workshop for Submissions to the Special Issue


    "Framing Novelty: A Linguistic Approach to The Understanding of Entrepreneurship, Creativity, And Innovation"

    Crete (Greece)

    July 13-15, 2024

    Workshop chairs and organisers:

    Gino Cattani, Donato Cutolo, Dirk Deichmann, Simone Ferriani, Yuliya Snihur

    Sponsoring institutions:

    University of BolognaNew York University, IE University

    The guest editors and SEJ are offering a unique opportunity for management scholars to develop their work for possible publication in this Special Issue by participating in a pre-submission workshop. The workshop will take place in Crete, July 13-15, 2024. Widely regarded as the cradle of European civilization, Crete has a profound symbolic meaning in the context of this special forum as it is the place that gave birth to the Minoans, who pioneered Linear A&B, one of the world's oldest writing systems, which had an extraordinary impact on trade, culture, and innovation.

    Attending the workshop does not guarantee inclusion of the paper into the Special Issue, nor is attendance a prerequisite for publication. However, we expect this collegial forum will provide great guidance, insights, and inspiration to all the participants, maximizing the chances of making it into the Special Issue. There is no workshop fee; however, due to the limited number of available slots, places will be limited to the papers selected by the guest editors.


    All meals, local transportation (from and to the airport) as well as pre- and post-workshop reception will be provided by the organizing committee. Participants must, however, cover their own travel and accommodation costs. Financial support is available through the provision of a limited number of bursaries. This is a need-based scheme; recognizing that limited financial means can be the result of many factors, we encourage in particular applications from Ph.D. students, early career researchers, and those from under-represented groups (including but not limited to, gender, identity, ethnicity, etc.), and/or geographic areas.


    Authors who wish to participate in the pre-submission workshop in Crete should send an extended abstract through this link by May 10, 2024. Extended abstracts should be no more than 10 pages double-spaced, excluding tables, figures, and references. Participants will be accepted on a competitive basis. Papers that are already under review at SEJ (or elsewhere) cannot be submitted to this workshop.

    Students interested in applying for bursaries should make it explicit in the front page of the submitted document. Further bursary, as well as logistical details will be made available to successful applicants. We will notify selected authors of their inclusion in the workshop by June 1, 2024.


    For any questions about the paper development workshop, please do not hesitate to contact the workshop organizers.


    Donato Cutolo
    Assistant Professor
    Entrepreneurship Department
    IE University