The organizers welcome papers on any topic related to business history, even where it does not focus on the conference theme, and on any time period or country. Proposals are welcomed for either individual papers or entire sessions (each of normally one-and-a-half hours). Each paper proposal should include a one-page abstract, a list of 3 to 5 keywords, and a one-page CV. Proposals for sessions should also include a cover letter containing a title and a one-paragraph session description. A fuller description of the meeting theme and possible topics are available in the detailed call for papers.
The deadline for submissions, which must be made through the on-line platform, is December 15, 2015.
Questions should be directed to Teresa Lopes or Andrea Schneider.