Instructions For Authors
Business Research Proceedings, as a scholarly platform, maintains a stringent submission policy. We do not accept independent paper submissions from authors. Instead, all manuscripts published on our platform must originate from conference proceedings. This ensures that the papers have undergone a rigorous review process and meet the high scientific standards that we uphold.
To publish your research on Business Research Proceedings, authors are required to participate in one of our affiliated conferences. Our affiliated conferences follow established guidelines and procedures for paper submission, review, and acceptance. By doing so, we ensure that the manuscripts selected for publication on our platform are of the highest quality and contribute significantly to the field of business research.
To find out more about our affiliated conferences and the opportunities for publishing your research on Business Research Proceedings, please click here. We encourage authors to familiarize themselves with the specific submission requirements and deadlines of our affiliated conferences to ensure a smooth and successful publication process on our platform.
Thank you for considering Business Research Proceedings as a venue for publishing your research. We look forward to receiving your submissions through our affiliated conferences and contributing to the advancement of business research knowledge.
Types of Articles Published in Business Research Proceedings
Business Research Proceedings publishes three types of articles originating from conferences: abstracts, extended abstracts, and proceedings papers. In the context of scientific conferences, these terms refer to distinct types of submissions through which researchers share their work with the scientific community. The following outlines the key differences between these submission types:
Abstract: An abstract is a concise summary of a research study or paper that typically includes the research question, methodology, results, and conclusion. Abstracts are usually limited to a certain word count or character limit and are often submitted for review to determine whether the research is relevant and of sufficient quality to be accepted for presentation at a conference. Abstracts serve as a brief overview of the research for conference attendees.
Extended Abstract: An extended abstract is a slightly longer version of an abstract that provides more details about the research study or paper. It typically includes additional information such as the background and motivation for the research, a more in-depth description of the methodology, and preliminary or partial results. Extended abstracts are usually still shorter than full-length papers and are often submitted as part of a conference proceedings or as standalone documents for conference presentation. Extended abstracts are intended to provide a more comprehensive overview of the research compared to abstracts, but they may not include all the details that would be found in a full-length paper.
Proceedings Paper: A proceedings paper is a complete, full-length research paper that includes all the details of the research study or paper, such as the background, methodology, results, discussion, and conclusion. Proceedings papers are typically submitted to conferences for review and, if accepted, are published in the conference proceedings. Conference proceedings are collections of papers presented at the conference, and they are often made available to conference attendees and may also be published online or in print. Proceedings papers are expected to provide a thorough and complete account of the research, and they are often subject to peer review before acceptance for presentation and publication.