Submissions and registration

Submission details

GSMAC 2024 Conference will be accepting EXTENDED ABSTRACTS  of minimum 500 and maximum 2500 words. The extended abstracts will be published in the ELECTRONIC BOOK OF ABSTRACTS with ISBN number, downloadable for the conference participants in PDF form.

Extended abstracts should be submitted in Word document using exclusively this TEMPLATE. Please make sure that your submission follows the structure indicated in this template.

Submissions of abstracts and full papers will be done exclusively online following the link: https://confdesk.com/attend/GSMAC2024

Selected papers will be invited to submit the full version of their paper with Journal of Ethics in Entrepreneurship and Technology, an Emerald Publishing publication.

For assistance or other information do not hesitate to write to gsmac@emanuel.ro.

Authorship and AI tools
In accordance with COPE’s position statement on AI tools, Large Language Models cannot be credited with authorship as they are incapable of conceptualising a research design without human direction and cannot be accountable for the integrity, originality, and validity of the published work. The author(s) must describe the content created or modified as well as appropriately cite the name and version of the AI tool used; any additional works drawn on by the AI tool should also be appropriately cited and referenced. Standard tools that are used to improve spelling and grammar are not included within the parameters of this guidance. The Editor and Publisher reserve the right to determine whether the use of an AI tool is permissible.

Generative AI usage key principles
•⁠ ⁠Copywriting any part of an article using a generative AI tool/LLM would not be permissible, including the generation of the abstract or the literature review, the author(s) must be responsible for the work and accountable for its accuracy, integrity, and validity.
•⁠ ⁠The generation or reporting of results using a generative AI tool/LLM is not permissible, the author(s) must be responsible for the creation and interpretation of their work and accountable for its accuracy, integrity, and validity.
•⁠ ⁠The in-text reporting of statistics using a generative AI tool/LLM is not permissible due to concerns over the authenticity, integrity, and validity of the data produced, although the use of such a tool to aid in the analysis of the work would be permissible.
•⁠ ⁠Copy-editing an article using a generative AI tool/LLM in order to improve its language and readability would be permissible as this mirrors standard tools already employed to improve spelling and grammar, and uses existing author-created material, rather than generating wholly new content, while the author(s) remains responsible for the original work.
•⁠ ⁠The submission and publication of images created by AI tools or large-scale generative models is not permitted.