Call for papers

The scientific committee welcome submissions in various areas of Digital Innovation & Financing for presentation at the conference no later than April, 15 2018.

The main tracks of the conference are the following (non-exhaustive): 

· Digital transformation, Strategy and Competitiveness of firms
· Innovation & Marketing, Digital Marketing
· Management of innovation and Organizational impacts
· Protection and development of innovations, Patents, Open innovation
· Innovation and Business model
· Entrepreneurship / Intrapreneurship
· Innovation and Knowledge management
· Dynamics and growth strategy of innovative firms
· Human Resource & Innovation
· E-learning, e-education and e-pedagogy
· Electonic markets and Trading Platforms
· Governance and Financing of High Tech firms  (venture capital, CVC, spinoff, IPO ...)
· Tourism, digital, Innovation
· Digital, Accounting & Audit
· Financing of innovations and New ways of financing: crowdfunding, P2P lending, FinTech…
· Digital finance, money, banking, and insurance: Bitcoin, cryptocurrency, future of payments, mobile bank, AssurTech...



Interested contributors should submit preferably full papers in PDF files (in English or French), but extended abstracts (1,000 to 1,500 words) may also be considered if they show considerable promise, no later than April 15, 2018 through the conference website: PAPER SUBMISSION.

Early submission is highly encouraged and decision is made as soon as the peer-review is completed. 


Submissions and presentations at the conference can be in English or French. 

Les sessions seront en français ou en anglais. Vous pouvez donc soumettre vos résumés ou articles en français ou en anglais.



Anderson, C. (2014). Makers: The New Industrial Revolution, Crown Business.

Bryniolfsson, E. MCAfee, A. (2014). The Second Machine Age: Work, Progress, and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies, W. W. Norton & Company.

Elia, G., Margherita, A., Petti, C. (2016). An Operational Model to Develop Technology Entrepreneurship “EGO-System, International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management, online only.

Kelly, K. (2016). The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future, Viking.


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