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Call for Papers

Important Dates / Deadlines

All times are in CET. Please check your time zone!

  • January 30 February 11, 2024: abstract submission for WORKING PAPER.
  • January 30 February 11, 2024: extended abstract submission for COMPETITIVE PAPERS.
  • March 15, 2024: Notification of the COMPETITIVE/WORKING PAPER review process.
  • April 15 April 30, 2024: Final submission of the revised Abstracts (WORKING PAPER) / Full paper (COMPETITIVE PAPER).

Call for Papers

EDSI welcomes your proposals!

English is the official language of the conference. All communications must be made electronically. We welcome contributions of abstracts and papers. Potential authors are invited to submit abstracts/original research papers (NOT presented or published or considered in other conferences/journals).

Presentations at the conference will be based on the submission and acceptance of an abstract/extended abstract. Following extended acceptance of the abstract a full paper will be required by April 30, 2024 CET. 

All accepted abstracts and documents will be available in the Conference Proceedings.

  • The template for the Competitive Full Paper can be downloaded here .
  • The template for the Working Paper can be downloaded here .

For submitting the abstracts or full text papers, please login in the Conftool Conference Management System at this link: https://www.conftool.net/edsi2024.


The general program welcomes contributions not related to the themes of the conference and which address relevant issues in all areas of decision sciences. Potential topics include but are not limited to:

• Accounting, financial and marketing decision making in organizations.
• Business Analytics
• Behavioral Operations
• Blockchain Technology
• Cyber ​​Security and System Resilience
• Decision Making in Public Organizations
• Decision Support Systems
• Decision Science in Practice
• Decision Theory
• Design Thinking and Innovation
• Digital Business Transformation
• Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
• Energy Transition
• Health Operations
• Humanitarian Operations and Disaster Management
• Industry 4.0
• Information Systems/Information Technologies
• Innovative Education
• Interfaces between functional areas (operations, strategy, finance, IT, marketing, human resources management)
• Logistics and Transportation
• Operations Planning and Control
• Operations Strategy
• Performance Measurement and Management
• Project Management
• Purchasing, Procurement and Sourcing
• Quality Management and Lean Operations
• Service Systems and Operations
• Strategic Management
• Supply Chain Management
• Supply Chain Risk and Resilience
• Sustainability and CSR
• Technology Management


Three prizes will be awarded:
A) Best article
B) Best student article
C) Best presentation of the doctoral seminar.

The A and B prizes will be awarded to competitive papers based on the (final) manuscripts submitted. The awards committee will be composed of three senior scholars nominated by the EDSI Council (including one of the conference co-chairs) and will evaluate the articles based on the following three criteria: relevance of the topic, methodological rigor and contribution of the article to theory and practice.
To be eligible for the Best Student Paper award, the paper must be submitted by a doctoral student and can only be written by the student and his or her supervisor.
Authors must indicate when submitting whether their article is eligible for the Best Student Paper Award. Winners will be nominated for the Regional Best Paper Presentation Awards at the DSI 2024 conference.

Prize C will be awarded to doctoral students who present their research to the Doctoral Laboratory. The award committee will be composed of three expert scholars nominated by the EDSI Council (including the chair of the doctoral workshop) and will evaluate the submission based on the following criteria: relevance of the topic, methodological rigor, potential contribution, clarity and effectiveness of the presentation, answers.


The conference proceedings will not be published or indexed (to avoid conflicts with possible submissions of the same articles to journals). They will only be made available to conference participants.