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EnEO 2014

Submission Instructions

Papers may only be submitted via Internet, no later than 23:59 (Brasilia official time) on February 17, 2014.


- Papers need to be submitted via the ANPAD page (www.anpad.org.br), which will provide: identification fields and instructions for sending the electronic file with the paper.
- The submission of papers and extended abstracts that do not abide by the specifications and technical criteria required by ANPAD will not be accepted.
- Those interested in submitting papers may register from one to three papers. The calculation of the number of papers does not make a distinction between authors and co-authors.
- It is important to note that papers cannot have been published previously, in any printed or electronic format. Neither may they be published until the end of the event. Failure to observe this stipulation may result in not being able to present papers in future ANPAD meetings.
- Proof that the paper has not been published before is the responsibility of the authors.
- Multiple submissions will not be accepted. The paper can only be sent to one Division.
- Only papers submitted in Portuguese, English or Spanish will be accepted.
- Only papers with proper composition and spelling will be accepted, since the version that is sent will be final.
- When submitting papers, the inclusion of all the authors with their full names must be done at the time of uploading. Under no circumstances will the inclusion of another author be accepted once the paper has been submitted.
- Before sending papers and extended abstracts, make sure that the files are not infected with any virus, by carefully running them through an updated antivirus program. Papers that do not comply with this requirement will be excluded.
- It is recommended that the size of the file not exceed one megabyte, thereby avoiding papers which require software not contained in Microsoft Office in order to view them properly.
- Papers cannot, under any circumstances, contain identification; those whose authorship is identified will be excluded from the event. Therefore, make sure that your paper does not contain any explicit identification (name typed in the body of the paper or its abstract) or hidden identification. Click here to find out about types of possible hidden identification and how to remove them.

Formatting

Content of the first page (only)
Title of the paper (with all the main words beginning with a capital letter)
Abstract of the paper up to 100 words in length, in the same language as the paper

For the Full Text
Paper: A4 (29.7 x 21 cm)
Page orientation: portrait
Margins: top - 3 cm
             bottom - 2 cm
             right - 2 cm
             left - 3 cm
Text editor: Word from Microsoft Office 2003, or later
Font: Times New Roman, size 12 (100%), with normal spacing
Spacing: single
Text: justified
Pages: minimum number of pages is 8 (eight) and not exceeding 16 (sixteen), including abstract, tables, figures, references and notes at the end of text.
The format for papers submitted as Technical Reports is the same, except for the number of pages, with a minimum requirement of 8 and a maximum of 12 pages, including references, appendices and/or attachments.
Pagination: insert page number in the footer, aligned to the right side.
Notes should not be placed in the footer, but inserted as notes at the end of text.
Tables and figures: in the case of APA, all forms of representation used in the paper should be named as a table or figure. According to the standards of the American Psychological Association (APA), "tables usually show exact numerical values, and the data is neatly arranged in rows and columns, making comparisons easier" (APA, 2001, p. 133). Figures, on the other hand, are "any type of illustration that is not a table (...). A figure can be a table, chart, photograph, drawing or any other form of representation." (APA, 2001, p. 149) For further information on preparing tables and figures, according to APA standards, see: American Psychological Association (APA) (2001). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th Edition), Washington, DC: Author, or just *click here to view examples and some rules about titles, notes and fonts.
Citations and references: citations should be inserted within the text body, containing the surname of the author of the source, date of publication and page number (if applicable), according to APA or ABNT standards. The complete reference list of authors cited should be presented in alphabetical order at the end of the text, according to APA or ABNT standards. For more information on APA standards for citations and references, see: American Psychological Association (APA) (2001). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th Edition), Washington, DC: Author, or for a brief summary and examples *click here.

To incorporate illustrations, tables or graphs in Word (in the paper):
1) In Excel, select the graph, illustration, figure or table and, then, in the Edit menu, Copy.
2) In Word, click where you would like the object to be incorporated. In the Edit menu, select Paste Special.
3. Select Paste. In the box "How", click on the Spreadsheet from Microsoft Excel Object or on the Graph from Microsoft Excel Object.

For the Extended Abstract
Following are the guidelines regarding the different submission templates:
Keywords

Empirical Theoretical:
1) Central proposal of the paper (minimum of 1,200 characters with spacing and a maximum of 1,800)
2) Theoretical framework (minimum of 2,400 characters with spacing and a maximum of 3,600)
3) Investigation method, if applicable (minimum of 1,600 characters with spacing and a maximum of 2,400)
4) Results, conclusions and their implications (minimum of 2,800 characters with spacing and a maximum of 4,200)
5) Reference List: up to 5 references (consider the most relevant ones for the extended abstract)

Theoretical Essays:
1) Central proposal of the paper (minimum of 1,200 characters with spacing and a maximum of 1,800)
2) Theoretical framework (minimum of 2,400 characters with spacing and a maximum of 3,600)
3) Results, conclusions and their implications (minimum of 2,800 characters with spacing and a maximum of 4,200)
4) Reference List: up to 5 references (consider the most relevant ones for the extended abstract)

Technical Report:
1) Context and reality investigated: basic information and content identifying the organization/context of the study; background and reality of the organization and/or sector studied and the main organizational or contextual characteristics (e.g. company, state, municipality, etc.): minimum of 800 and maximum 1,600 characters.
2) Diagnosis of the problem situation and/or opportunity: brief description of the problem situation and/or opportunity for improvement/innovation in connection with the context under study (organization/government/social actors involved), indicating the use of different theoretical and scientific approaches and prioritizing rigorous scientific investigation without losing sight of the main objective.  Minimum of 1,600 and maximum of 2,600 characters.
3) Analysis of the problem situation and proposals for innovation/intervention/recommendation: presentation of the alternatives for solving the problem situation or exploring/developing the opportunity for improvement/innovation. Minimum of 2,400 and maximum of 3,200 characters.
4) Technological/social contribution: contribution of the proposal to the organizations and/or society, emphasizing the benefits, improvement opportunities and consequences for the organization or reality studied of the possible solutions or outcomes of the proposed solution for the problem situation. Minimum of 1,800 and maximum of 3,200 characters.
- Click here to see the Standards for Technical Reports.

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