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Call for papers - 3rd Competitive Dynamics Conference May 25-26 in London

  • 1.  Call for papers - 3rd Competitive Dynamics Conference May 25-26 in London

    Posted 02-01-2023 14:40

    Dear Colleagues,

    We are pleased to invite paper submissions to the 3rd Competitive Dynamics Conference. The conference will be held May 25-26, 2023, in London, UK, hosted by Imperial College Business School.

    We hope to attract a diverse set of papers geographically, theoretically, and methodologically – as long as they have an explicit focus on some aspect of competition. The papers can include competition at organization, group, or individual level, as well as at the level of groups of organizations (e.g., ecosystems, platforms, meta-organizations). We also welcome papers focused on the relationship between competition and cooperation within and between organizations, and those investigating the cross-level factors influencing such relationships.

    In addition to a competitive selection of papers, the program includes invited talks by scholars at the frontier of competitive dynamics research. Our confirmed guest speakers include Gavin Kilduff (NYU), Javier Gimeno (INSEAD), and Ming-Jer Chen (University of Virginia).

    Thanks to the generous financial support Imperial College Business School, the conference will be free of charge to all participants.

    The deadline for submissions is February 28th, 2023. There are two submission categories: full papers and short papers. Please submit your paper to jan.ross@imperial.ac.uk.

    Full paper submissions

    The submission should not exceed 40 pages in length using a 12-point font and double-spaced text. References can be single-spaced. Accepted full papers are considered for the conference's best paper award.

    Short paper submissions

    The short paper submission category is intended for innovative work in various stages of development. Submissions should not exceed 5 pages (excluding references) in length using a 12-point font and single-spaced text.

    For more information, please visit:



    Dmitry Sharapov, Imperial College London (dmitry.sharapov@imperial.ac.uk)

    Jan-Michael Ross, Imperial College London (jan.ross@imperial.ac.uk)


    and organizers of previous CD conferences:

        Goce Andrevski, Queen's University

        Walter Ferrier, University of Kentucky

        Jukka Luoma, Aalto University

        Juha-Antti Lamberg, University of Jyväskylä

    Dmitry Sharapov
    Imperial College Business School