The main purpose of the Annual Conference of the ACEDE-Spanish Academy of Management is to provide a forum for discussion and debate on business-related topics, with a profound sense of academic and scientific rigor.
In accordance with international scientific standards, two specialised and anonymous reviewers will generally review all the manuscripts submitted to the conference. Those manuscripts that are accepted will be considered for an oral presentation at sundry parallel sessions or discussed at “interactive tables”. In both cases, papers will be grouped according to the topic they address. Furthermore, thesis projects will also be submitted and assessed, whereby the ones selected will be presented orally, either in a doctoral workshop or at a PhD colloquium.
Those papers accepted for presentation at the conference will follow a constructive double peer review. Firstly, each piece of work will be assessed, with suggestions for improvement, by two anonymous reviewers specialising in the topic. Additionally, all accepted works will also receive a constructive public analysis. If a piece of work is accepted for oral presentation, this analysis will be carried out by a senior scholar. If the piece of work is accepted for presentation at an “interactive table”, suggestions will be made by the other participants and by the chair of the session.
Thesis projects already accepted for presentation will receive a report either by a reviewer and the session chair or by scholars of acknowledged international prestige.
The conference’s main aims are as follows:
Organising committee: Universidad de Cartagena (Spain).
Due to the unfortunate circumstances generated by the COVID-19, the 30th ACEDE Conference has been postponed and will be held in Cartagena in 2021.
For more information, visit the Conference website: http://www.congresoACEDE.org