- The paper must be in English and they must be competently written and argued in clear and concise grammatical English. Contributors are strongly advised to have the manuscript proof read by a certified English language editor.
- The paper are full-length original Empirical research. Conceptual and teoritical paper will not be accepted. Original work must provide references and empirical findings .
- Completed paper should not exceed twelve (12) printed pages (excluding the abstract, references, tables and/or figures). A maximum of 80 references and an abstract of 100–200 words.
- Papers with high score of similarity check can not be accepted in our conference.
- The papers should be original and previously has not been published or not be under consideration for publication elsewhere.
A blind-review process will be used to evaluate all submitted papers. Minimum of two reviewers are assigned to review for each paper. Decision of a paper acceptance is based on reviewers average score and comments.
- Topic of the paper is relevant to the program track to which it is submitted.
- The objectives of the paper have been clearly described.
- The Paper addresses an contemporary and peculiar management & IS phenomena.
- The paper has been well organized to enable the ideas presented to flow logically.
- The paper contains an appropriate review of relevant literature.
- The paper describes the research method it employed.
- The paper provides a proper analysis of its data.
- The paper discusses the theoretical and practical implications of the findings.
- All papers must follow the @MITS 2018 Author Guideline. Download Author Guideline HERE.
- File format: Papers submitted for review must be in pdf format.
- Author information: Because of the double-blind review process, the papers you submit for review MUST NOT contain either author information or an acknowledgement section. This information will only be ADDED to the FINAL VERSION of the accepted papers. Papers that fail to adhere to this anonymity rule will not be considered for the conference.
Non-presented Paper Policy
Committee reserves the right to exclude a paper from distribution after the conference if the paper is not presented at the conference.
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