Presenters are eligible to publish conference papers or summaries in the IABS Proceedings. If you will be convening a symposium or workshop, you are also entitled to publish summaries of your session.
Authors of papers and discussion topics presented at the annual conference of the International Association for Business and Society (IABS) are eligible to publish papers in the Proceedings, and conveners of symposia and workshops are eligible to publish summaries of their sessions. The Proceedings is published in electronic format and listed on electronic databases.
Although the IABS Proceedings is not considered a journal, submissions are expected to be of professional quality. As a result, the Proceedings is an excellent place to publish a shorter version of what could become a longer, more detailed or even differently conceived article in a peer-reviewed journal. Since IABS has a blind-review process for conference submissions, you can identify the work as a “publication in a refereed conference Proceedings.” Authors retain the copyright and full rights to publish a modified version of the work in a refereed journal or elsewhere. And if publishing in outlets that have an ISBN is important to you, you’ll be glad to know that IABS obtains ISBNs for all Proceedings.
Authors’ future publishing rights
Authors retain the copyright and full rights to publish a modified version of the work in a refereed journal or elsewhere. IABS obtains ISBNs for all Proceedings.
Have a question regarding the Proceedings?
For any queries regarding the Proceedings, please contact the Proceedings Editor Craig VanSandt