August 25 -27 2022, University of Vienna

Paper Submission

Academic, government and business economists and professionals working in the field of industrial organisation and related fields are invited to submit theoretical and empirical papers for presentation at EARIE 2022.

The Paper Submission is now closed.

Submission guidelines

Before submitting a paper, authors must create a profile on Conference Maker. The following information should be included in the author’s profile and in the submission form:

  • Name and institutional affiliation of the presenter and of all co-authors
  • Title of the paper
  • Address and email address of the presenter
  • Abstract of the paper, comprising no more than 100 words
  • Up to six JEL codes
  • Up to six free keywords
  • The field/research topic that best fits the paper (to be selected from a list)
  • Member of the scientific committee whom you would like to have as a reviewer for your paper (the list of the members of the scientific committee is provided in Conference Maker)

Please note

  • Papers can only be submitted electronically via the Conference Maker website (link above).
  • Only PDF files will be accepted as electronic format.
  • Should you be unable to attend EARIE 2022, but a co-author is able to present the paper, please inform the scientific committee chair via email at  before 2 June 2022.

The list of the members of the scientific committee and the list of fields/research topics covered by the conference are provided in the Conference Maker.

Information for Speakers

Conference rooms

Please arrive 10 minutes before the start of your session to upload your presentation to the laptop.


To ensure the smooth proceeding of the conference, please start and finish the sessions on time. Please note that each presenter has approximately 25 minutes for their presentation, the remaining time should be left for discussion. The chair and the speakers should agree on the precise timing and format of the discussion, that is whether it covers the session as a whole or whether  each paper is followed by a discussion.