For those seeking additional information regarding abstract and panel submissions, please see below. The page will be updated with further information in the near future.
1. Panels can have three-four papers. Five may be included, but that entails a shorter time of presentation.
2. No proper abstract of the entire panel is needed, but a paragraph that introduces the rationale/main idea behind the panel is sufficient.
3. A complete panel is ideal, with both chair and discussant, though this role is can be performed by the same person as well.
4. A pre-doc can be a chair but not a discussant.
5. Paper abstracts should be no longer than 400 words.
6. Ideally, the proposed panel would be complete in its submission, however, we are flexible and can also search for a discussant, should it be necessary.