Call for Papers

Submission of papers now CLOSED

The 2017 Positioning Theory Research Conference is intended for active researchers and those with interests in connecting with research related to Positioning Theory.

The conference has been designed to attract early-career to senior academics, higher degree students, community researchers, and practitioners who are interested in research, from across the world. The conference language will be English.

Important Guidelines for developing a proposal/paper:

The proposal will be sent as an email attachment. The proposal is required to be between 1000 and 1250 words

Please submit in PDF format attached to an email to Dr Christine Redman:  redmanc@unimelb.edu.au

Required formatting

  • Written in Times New Roman font
  • Size 16 for Title and main headings and in bold – in bold
  • Size 14 for subheadings and names of author(s) and affiliations – in bold
  • ** Size 14 for Contact email address
  • Size 12 for main body
  • With a 1.5 text line spacing.

Download the suggested template for your proposal here:  2017_pt_suggested-proposal-format

Please save as a pdf before submitting via email.

The REVIEW process

Two reviewers will provide feedback to the steering committee on the alignment of the paper to the Conference.

 Submission of the proposals

 Submissions by email to redmanc@unimelb.edu.au

Submissions open until 5pm end of January 15th, 2017, AEST

After review

Successful submissions will be notified by February 12th 2017

Please note that successful applicants will need to register online (via this website). Registration closes March 4th, 2017.

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