2021 Academic Research Symposium Call for Papers
Online Submission Period Begins: March 1, 2021Hard Deadline (no extensions this year) for Submissions: June 1, 2021
Research submissions are encouraged in the form of:
(1) Award Competitive Papers
(2) Teaching Innovation Papers
(3) Research Abstracts for Poster Presentation.
• The full-length (20 pages or less) Award Competitive Papers should report basic findings and contributions of the research endeavor. All research submissions will be evaluated on originality, clarity, research design, and theoretical and practical contribution. Accepted papers will be invited to present in a full session at the ARS and will be considered for the E. Grosvenor Plowman Award. Authors of full-length papers not accepted for presentation might be invited instead to present their research as a poster.
• Teaching Innovation Papers should also be no longer than 20 pages in length. These papers might include reporting of pedagogical techniques or methods, applied teaching case studies, experiential description of the use of new tools, or other innovative teaching methods. Teaching submissions will be evaluated for originality, clarity, and value of discussion of learning outcomes and will be considered for the Innovative Supply Chain Teaching Award. Authors of accepted papers will be invited to present their research in a full session at the ARS. Authors of full-length papers not accepted for presentation might be invited instead to present their research as a poster.
To submit an abstract, please create an account, then proceed to the 'Your Submission' page to complete the application process.
The ARS Symposium Committee is in search of suggested expert panels of scholars, managers, and to discuss important topics of interest to the supply chain management community. Contact the ARS chair, David Swanson, or any member of the ARS Conference Committee to propose your idea.