Osijek 22 - 25 rujna 2021. na Ekonomskom fakultetu u Osijeku

Osijek from 22nd to 25th September 2021 at the University J.J.Strossmayer in Osijek, Faculty of Economics in Osijek.

Kontakt: cromar2021@efos.hr



Abstract and paper submission

  • Abstracts/papers will only be accepted for review on the condition that they have not been copyrighted or previously published, they are not being considered for publication, and they are not in press elsewhere.
  • All abstracts must be submitted in Microsoft Office Word – format .doc or .docx
  • For abstract writing please use the example for abstract writing template – CROMAR – abstract template
  • All abstracts and final papers can be submitted in a English or Croatian language and written in Microsoft Office Word. Papers from the conference that attend to be published in special editions of the academic journals should be submitted in a English.
  • All abstracts and final papers should be sent through our Online Submission System – at EasyChair web page (https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=27thcromar#)
  • Paper submission guidelines: CROMAR2021- full paper template
  • Dear CROMAR congress participants,
    can you please upload your full paper submissions as a new version of your previous submission (abstract) – all inputs by one author(or group) should be under the same submission number”


Here are the instructions for presentations:

The presentation at the Congress should be delivered in English language.

Presentation should focus on the following key features of the paper:

  • Objective(s) / Key research questions
  • Key model or theoretical framework used
  • Nature and source of data, including any key limitations of the methodology/methods used
  • Presentation of key findings – avoiding detailed discussion of statistical data
  • Conclusions and implications for research, policies or practitioners
  • Recommendations for future research.

The above list is more guidelines and it is not necessary to cover all the above features. The purpose of the presentation is to stimulate discussion and debate rather than cover every detail of your paper.

The preferred presentation format is Microsoft PowerPoint with a maximum of 10 slides. The presentation should last for 10 minutes, plus additional 5 minutes for discussion.