Paper Submission

We invite subsmission of full or draft paper to present at the conference. We have changed recently ou submission rules.

You can now submit a paper online. As we switched to an onine submission form, we have decided to exted our deadline for submitting a paper to July 31, 2017. For further information you can contact

Paper formatting are available below and on the online submission form.

Notification of acceptance is expected by August 15, 2017

Once the paper is accepted and that registration opens, authors of papers accepted should register to the conference (70 Euro) and become a member of SITES-IDEAs. The fee to become a memer are 60 Euro and 30 Euro for Senior and Junior respectively.

REgistration to the conference and to become a member can be done online using this link

There is a further proposal

To publish a selection of the papers accepted and presented during the conference in a volume edited by an international publisher. The selection will need a further refereeing process. The authors of the papers will be asked if they accept this second selection and the following opportunity of publication of their work.

Formatting Instructions for Submitted Papers

Manuscript must be submitted in English and in Microsoft Word (.doc) format or in LaTeX;
Manuscript must be maximum 40 pages long, all included;
Manuscript must include an abstract of 200 words maximum, up to 5 keywords and JEL classification (;
Use 12 pt Times New Roman font, 1.5 space for all material, references and tables and 2 cm margins;
Complete contact information of the corresponding author must appear only on the cover;
Enumerate Section Headings by Arabic numbers using ALL CAPS. Leave one black line before and one after each Section. Write Subsection Headings in lower letters courier.
Leave one black line only before the Subsection
Tables and figures must be included within the text and enumerated consecutively using Arabic numbers. Place both Tables and Figures captions above them and the legend below.
Use only essential mathematical notations and number formulae consecutively;
Footnotes rather than endnotes should be adopted. Use 10 pt Times New Roman font, 1.0 space;
References must be listed alphabetically at the end of the manuscript.