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Eligibility and Guidelines







Eligibility and Guidelines


The event is open to all current doctoral researchers at any year of their doctoral research (including first year). Students within the NARTI network will have priority.


“Business Research for a Sustainable Future” is however the motto of NARTI 2024; we welcome submissions from any business research areas, related to the following conference tracks:

  • Track-A: Accounting, Economics and Financial Management
  • Track-B: Entrepreneurship, Strategy and International Business
  • Track-C: Leadership, Business Ethics and Human Resources Management
  • Track-D: Marketing, Supply Chain and Information Management
  • Track-E: Others

Please, submit a 750-word extended abstract of your paper that should be representative to your final presentation at the Conference to present your work in 15 minutes (excluding Q&A). All submissions will be reviewed by experienced academics, and feedback will be provided. You will be informed the outcome (acceptance or rejection) of your presentation proposal (extended abstract) by 10th-17th May 2024.


  • Download this Application Form that has space to include your
    • (1) personal information and preference,
    • (2) your extended abstract and
    • (3) your supervisor’s endorsement.
  • Once you include all aforementioned information in your Application Form, email your application as a single MS Word file by 28th April 2024 to
  • Add this subject line in your email submission: “Your Full Name: NARTI 2024 Submission” (e.g., “Adam Smith: NARTI 2024 Submission”).

Only the applications that are submitted within the deadline, along with all required information correctly will be considered.

Accommodation information and support

One night single accommodation for 26 June 2024 would be provided, subject to availability, to the doctoral candidates at NARTI-affiliated Universities. Doctoral candidates at the Durham, Newcastle, Northumbria and Sunderland Universities are not eligible for accommodation support, because of their close proximity to the Conference venue.

Please, indicate in your application form, if you are eligible and need accommodation support, and keep an eye here for the accommodation address that will be added in due course.

Conference venue

Newcastle Business School
Building Name: City Campus East-1 (CCE-1)
Northumbria University
Newcastle upon Tyne,

The venue is well-connected with intercity and local public transports by air, rail and road. The nearest intercity train station is “Newcastle Central”, and the “Manors” metro station is just at the doorstep of the Conference venue.

You can find detailed travel guides and directions to the campus here

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