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Guidelines for paper submissions

4th EMAC Regional Conference
Marketing Theory Challenges in Emerging Societies
Saint Petersburg, Russia, 25-27 September 2013
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EMAC 2013 Regional Conference Guidelines for Authors
Before uploading your submission, please read carefully and
adhere strictly to the GUIDELINES!
Papers NOT adhering to guidelines will be deleted from the system.

The EMAC 2013 Regional Conference invites electronic submissions of papers, which
should be in PDF format no later than April 15, 2013.
Submission rules
 Authors may submit more than one paper, but only one can be accepted with you as
first author.
This EMAC policy implies that an author can submit and present only one paper as
a first author.
For multiple submissions:
- Submit one paper with you as a first author
- The other paper(s) should be submitted with you as named second/third etc., co-author.
 Acceptance of a paper implies that at least one of the authors must attend the
conference and present the paper.

Please make sure to mention your co-authors names on submission.

Co-authors’ names will be published in the programme and conference proceedings
exactly as you have indicated when you submitted your paper. No changes can be made
after the submission deadline.

Format & Process
NO AUTHOR INFORMATION on any page of the paper, as papers will be double
BLIND reviewed.

 All papers are limited to seven (7) pages (everything included: the cover / title page,
references, and appendix. tables and figures). The first (1) page should include the title,
abstract (maximum of 100 words or 10 lines), keywords.
Any paper exceeding the specified limit will not be included in the review process
.
 Papers must show a clear indication of the purpose of the research, research method, major results, implications and key references. 4th EMAC Regional Conference
Marketing Theory Challenges in Emerging Societies
Saint Petersburg, Russia, 25-27 September 2013
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 Papers will be evaluated through a double blind review process and authors will be notified of acceptance/rejection by mid-June 2013.
The decisions of the programme chair are final
.
The paper submitted is the final paper. No revised version is accepted.

Paper Format

Papers should be:

 Times New Roman 12-point font (except for title which should be Times New Roman
Content order for the paper:
Page 1 (1 page) (SHOULD NOT include the author (s) name (s) on the title page
or any other part of the paper. Remove any author or institutional identifying
information from the properties file on your computer. The title should be followed by
an abstract of 100 words or ten lines maximum summarizing the main aim (s)
findings and conclusions of your research.
The next line should contain the keywords.
Body of the paper including tables, figures, footnotes and technical details if required
such as mathematical proof or development.
The paper is limited to SEVEN (7) PAGES (everything included: the cover / title page,
references, and appendix. tables and figures).

Page 1 - Title Page

Title (centred, bold and times new roman 14-point font)
Abstract (left justified, bold and times new roman 12-point font maximum 100 words and
ten lines)
Compliance to the line limit is required to facilitate standardisation of the publication of the abstract proceedings book. (At the start of each new paragraph or section you should
indent the first line as in the example given here).
Keywords
: (left justified, regular, italic and times new roman 12-point font)


4th EMAC Regional Conference
Marketing Theory Challenges in Emerging Societies
Saint Petersburg, Russia, 25-27 September 2013
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Main body of the paper

Headings and sub-headings
1. Major headings

Should be numbered sequentially, left justified and bolded. The first letter of each major word should be capitalised and all of the other words should be in lower case. Two single space lines should precede and one single space should follow a major heading 1.1 Sub-headings Should be numbered according to the main heading, left justified, regular and in italics. One space line should precede and follow a sub-heading. Only the first letter of the first word should be capitalised. 1.1.1 Sub sub-heading You should avoid the use of sub sub-headings unless absolutely necessary. If you use sub sub-headings they should be numbered according to the main heading, left indented, regular
and in italics. One space line should precede and follow a sub sub-heading. Only the first
letter of the first word should be capitalised.

Figures and tables

 Should be integrated within the text as soon as possible after they have been cited.
Footnotes

 At the bottom of the page should be kept to a minimum and numbered consecutively throughout the text with superscript Arabic numerals.
Formulae
 Displayed formulae should be numbered consecutively throughout the paper as (1), (2), etc., against the right hand margin of the page. References
For full details see the author guidelines of the International Journal of Research in Marketing

References to publications in the text should follow APA style. They should include the author name (s) and year of publication. There are two methods that can be used, either (a) When the name is mentioned in the text. For publications by one author:
Either: (a) as Smith (1999) reported or (b) This problem has been previously studied (Smith, 1999). 4th EMAC Regional Conference
Marketing Theory Challenges in Emerging Societies
Saint Petersburg, Russia, 25-27 September 2013
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For publications by two authors:
Either: (a) as Smith and Jones (1999) reported or (b) This problem has been studied previously (Smith & Jones, 1999). For publications by three to five authors:
For the first instance the reference is mentioned, use either: (a) as Smith, Jones, White, and Brown (1999) reported or (b) This problem has been studied previously (Smith, Jones, White, and Brown, 1999). For subsequent references within the same paragraph the year may be omitted. For publications by more than five authors:
Either: (a) as Smith et al. (1999) reported or (b) This problem has been studied previously (Smith et al., 1999). For works without author (s), list the title of the work rather than the author (s). Bibliographic references: should follow the APA-style of referencing. Examples of the APA-style are as follows: Reference to an article in a journal:
Paivio, A., Jansen, B., & Becker, L.J. (1975). Comparisons through the mind’s eye. Cognition, 37 (2), 635-647. Reference to a journal supplement:
Yuen, A.W.C. (1994). Lamotrigine: a review of antiepileptic efficacy. Epilepsia, 35 (Suppl. 5) S33-S36. Reference to an article in a periodical or newspaper:
Richardson, J.D. (1998, July 15). Evidence for periodic reconnection at Uranus. Fort Worth Star-Telegram, p. E1. Reference to a special issue (when the special issue itself has a title):
Glaser, R., & Bond, L. (Eds.). (1981). Testing: Concepts and research [Special issue]. American Psychologist, 36 (10). References to a special issue that is also a conference proceedings:
Yasuda, N., Takagi, S.-i., & Toriumi, A. (1997). Special shape analysis of infrared absorption of thermally grown silicon dioxide films. Applied Surface Science, 117-18(June II)), 216-220. 4th EMAC Regional Conference
Marketing Theory Challenges in Emerging Societies
Saint Petersburg, Russia, 25-27 September 2013
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Note APA style does not support conference details. References to an article in a language other than English:
Assink, E.H.M., & Verloop, N. (1977). Het aaleren van deel-gheel relaties [Teaching part-whole relations]. Pedagogische Studien, 54, 134-142 (in Dutch). Typical book entry:
Strunk, W., Jnr & White, E.B. (1979). The elements of style (3rd ed.) New York: Macmillan. Books without authors:
College bound seniors. (1979). Princeton NJ: College Board Publications English translation of a book (of which the original title is not given):
Luria, A.R. (1969). The mind of mnemonist (L. Solotorof, Trans.) New York: Avon Books. (Original work published 1965). Letheridge, S., & Cannon, C.R. (Eds.). (1980). Bilingual education: Teaching English as a second language. New York: Praeger. An article in a proceedings book or a chapter in an edited book:
Chaddock, T.E. (1974). Gastric emptying of a nutritionally balanced liquid diet. In E.E. Daniel (ed.), Proceedings of the fourth international symposium on gastrointestinal mobility (pp. 83-92). Vancouver, BC: Mitchell Press. An edited book within a book series:
Adams, M.J., Briscoe, B.E., & Sinha, S.K. (1994). Interface frictions and energy dissipation in soft solid processing applications. In D. Dowson (Series Ed.) & D.Dowson, C.M. Taylor, T.H.C.M. Godet, & G. Dalmas (Vol. Eds.), Tribology series: Vol. 27. Dissipative processes in tribology (pp. 223-234). Amsterdam: Elsevier. A book series that publishes over more than one year:
Wilson, J.G., Fraser, F.C. (1977-78). Handbook of teratology (Vols. 1-4). New York: Plenum Press. An article in an edited book, reprinted from another source:
Sluzki. C.E., & Beaun, J. (1977). Symmetry and complementarity. In P. Watzlawick, & J.H. Weakland (Eds.), The interactional view (pp. 71-87). New York: Norton. (Reprinted from Acta Psiquitatrica y Psicologica de America Latin, 11, 321-330 (1965)). 4th EMAC Regional Conference
Marketing Theory Challenges in Emerging Societies
Saint Petersburg, Russia, 25-27 September 2013
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Paper to be published in a regular journal on a preprint server:
Yu, F., & Wu, X.-S. (1992).non linear current algebra in the SL(2,R)/U(1) cost model. Physical Review Letters, 68, 2995-2999. Available as hep-th/9112009 from http://xxx.lanl.gov/list/hep-th/9112.

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