Themes and Subthemes
Based on four trends it seems timely to reconsider the Entrepreneurial City from a new perspective:
(1) A new scale of migration;
(2) The disruption of long established businesses and industries through new tech giants;
(3) The change from long-term employment to temporary jobs and self-employment;
(4) The environmental challenges of climate change demand us to fundamentally reconsider how we work and live.
Relationships Between Urban Form, Economic Models and Productivity
Empowering Migrant Entrepreneurs in the Arrival City
Mapping the Impact of Informal Social-Economic Dynamics on Urban Space
SPATIAL MODELS (d)
New Urban Space and Typologies to Connect Working and Living
PUBLIC SPACE (e)
Social Entrepreneurialism and New Forms to Interact in Public Space
Authors should submit the abstracts according to the following requirements:
- Abstracts should be written in English;
- Text should be 12-point, in Times New Roman Font, left-justified and single-spaced with one inch margin on all sides;
- Author(s) name(s) and all author affiliations should be included;
- Abstracts should be text only. Graphics, pictures or graphs should not be included;
- Abstracts should include
- Title of Paper
- Author(s) (For the blind peer review process, names should only be mentioned on the abstract cover page)
- Institutional Affiliation/ Address/ Email
- 3-5 keywords
- Abstract text (maximum 300 words). Suggested subsections: context, central theme or hypothesis; methodology and expected outcomes/major findings
Please submit the abstract in PDF format (File name: Author’s Surname_Given Name_Abstract.pdf, e.g. Chan_Tai_Man_abstract.pdf) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline was extended to May 15, 2017.
Authors should submit the full paper according to the following requirements by 18 September 2017 and that you will be able to present your paper in a 20 minutes time slot at the Conference in December.
The deadline was extended to September 30, 2017.
- The paper must not exceed 5,000 words (excluding figures, tables, appendices and references);
- The title should be bold and centered;
- Main paragraph should be 12-point, in Calibri Font, left-justified and single-spaced;
- Paragraph headings should be bold and left-justified.
All the references should be cited according to the following formats:
Alexander, E.R., 2007. Planning rights and the implications. Planning Theory, Vol.6(2), pp.112-126.
Hohfeld, W., 2000. Fundamental legal Conceptions: as applied in judicial reasoning. NJ: Lawbook Exchange Ltd.
Authors could download the Full Paper_Template for reference and please submit the full paper in Microsoft Word format (File name: Author’s Surname_Given Name_Paper.doc, e.g. Chan_Tai_Man_Paper.doc) to email@example.com.
The members of scientific committee will select 1-2 papers from each sub-theme for a Best Paper Award. It is planned to publish these best papers in a special issue of the Journal of Public Space and the ICE Journal Urban Design Planning in 2018.