Written papers and presentations
Complete papers must not exceed 12 pages (including literature but excluding the title page) and can be written either in German or in English. Manuscripts are to be submitted by 9 March 2020 as pdf files via www.conftool.org/gewisola2020. The number of accepted presentations of submitted papers is limited to one presentation per speaker. When papers are written by more than one author, the prospective speaker should be named. For papers submitted in English, it should be stated whether the presentation will be made in English or German. In the latter case, an additional German version of the English title of the paper has to be provided. Reviews are carried out anonymously by two reviewers using the following criteria: relevance of the topic, originality of the paper, appropriateness of the methodological approach and comprehensibility of the presentation. Positively evaluated papers will be presented at the annual conference in thematic working groups. Final papers will be published in the conference proceedings after due consideration of reviewers’ comments. With their submission, authors agree that their written contribution will be electronically distributed to the registered participants of the conference and made available to the public via AgEconSearch.
Topical issues in agricultural economics and social sciences can be discussed in self-organised working groups with representatives from politics, economics, and society. A time slot of 90 minutes is available per working group. Proposals for organised sessions should explain on no more than four pages (either in German or in English) the subject of interest and the session’s format (concept, timings, papers, speakers, panellists). Proposals are to be submitted as pdf files via www.conftool.org/gewisola2020. The new extended submission deadline is 14 February 2020. The organising committee and the board of GEWISOLA will jointly make a selection decision of the submitted proposals.
Written proposals for poster contributions should describe on no more than two pages (either in German or in English) the problem statement, the methods and the results of a piece of research. Submitted proposals are evaluated based on their quality and thematic suitability for the conference. The proposals are to be submitted by 11 May 2020 as pdf files via www.conftool.org/gewisola2020. Accepted posters are to be designed in size A0 in portrait format. You can find information on good poster design on the GEWISOLA homepage. The poster contributions will be grouped by topic and presented by their authors within a fixed timeframe in parallel groups (max. 10 minutes per poster for the presentation and the discussion). A maximum two-page summary of accepted and presented posters will be published in the conference proceedings.
Pre-conference activities can be hosted during the morning of 23 September 2020.They can be organised as workshops, meetings or discussion groups on self-selected topics. Proposals describing the content, structure, speakers, and participants on a maximum of two pages (either in German or in English) have to be submitted as pdf files via www.conftool.org/gewisola2020. The new extended submission deadline is 14 February 2020. The organising committee and board of GEWISOLA will jointly make a selection decision of the submitted proposals.