VI SABE Early Career Researchers Workshop
in association with the SABE-IAREP 2018 conference
CALL FOR PAPERS
SABE traditionally offers young researchers an opportunity to present their research in front of the experienced academics (mentors) in the field of experimental and behavioural economics and psychology.
The IV ECR workshop shall be organized in association with the of forthcoming SABE-IAREP 2018 conference on 18 July 2018 at Middlesex University London, UK (prior to the beginning of the main conference).
Alexis Belianin (chair), Mark A. Pingle, Lara Ezquerra
Who is eligible and how to apply
- Who is eligible: PhD students, postdocs and tenure-track researchers in the first academic year of their career.
- How to apply: Submit a paper to the main SABE-IAREP conference and in addition, a separate letter of intent confirming your status, title and abstract of the paper you would like to present (not necessarily the one you have submitted to the conference). To submit a letter of intent please go to the SABE-IAREP submission page, in TOPICS scroll down till you find “Letters for ECR”. Submission of the letter of intent is due by Wednesday February 28, 2018, 23:59 Greenwich time.
- Acceptance: Acceptance to the ECR workshop is not related to acceptance to the main conference. Authors of accepted papers shall be notified by Tuesday March 20, 2018 and should prepare a short version of her paper (up to 7,000 words, excluding appendices) for mentor’s review.
- Venue and logistics: ECR workshop shall take place on the premises of the main conference at Middlesex University. Arrival and lodging during the workshop is the participants’ responsibility. There is no separate fee for the workshop over the main SABE-IAREP participants fee.
How does it work
Mentors shall be selected by the ECR workshop organisers, from among the senior SABE-IAREP participants and speakers. The workshop lasts for the whole day, with coffee and lunch break for the workshop participants. Each ECR presented for 10 minutes, followed by the 10-minutes mentor comments and 10 minutes for discussion.
Workshop participants may be offered priority treatment to additional training programs during the main conference, including a how-to-publish workshop.
Questions and queries: can be addressed to workshop organizer Alexis Belianin (firstname.lastname@example.org)