If you are interested in participating in this discussion, we request that you submit a full draft of your paper no later than December 30th, 2018 to the attention of the Guest Editors using the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org. The paper should reflect the CMR editorial guidelines.
Please include a cover letter explaining: (i) the purpose of your study; (ii) the particular digital management practices addressed in your study; (iii) the context in which you examine your question and draw conclusions (i.e., real names of companies need to be cited unless the contribution is intended to be conceptual); (iv) the relevance of your study for practitioners,
academic scholars, and CMR readership. You are welcome to contact any or all of the Guest Editors for further information.
Based on your draft, Guest Editors and CMR Editors will select papers that are most likely to result in first-rate, high-impact submissions. Authors of potentially interesting studies will then receive an official invitation to submit their paper online through the CMR system no later than January 30th, 2019 to be peer reviewed.
Authors whose papers receive a revise and re-submit will be invited to a special conference organized by the Guest Editors. At this conference, authors will be asked to present their revised paper (first revision). The double-blind, peer-review process will be rigorously performed according to CMR tradition and guidelines.
We anticipate that this issue will be published in CMR sometime between February and May of 2020.
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