Symplatform 2020 : Symplatform: a symposium on digital platforms
Call For Papers
Symplatform is a symposium on digital platforms, that aims to create a research platform to help scholars and practitioners in moving the field forward.
It is a joint project developed by Trinity Business School, Politecnico di Milano School of Management and Audencia Business School. The first edition of Symplatform organised by the Trinity Centre for Digital Business at Trinity Business School on April 16th and 17th. The symposium aims at:
Sharing knowledge and collaboration between scholars in the filed from various perspectives (management, innovation, marketing, IT, law, and all the other fields impacted by digital platforms) presenting and discussing papers
Discuss and involve practitioners (both managers and entrepreneurs) in the discussion, having their perspective to guide the future research and have a real-world impact.
Getting together these two sides brings to the creation of a knowledge sharing platform where traditional papers presentations and keynotes speeches are enriched by collaborative workshops that get scholars and practitioners together.
All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. Please send your extended abstract (up to 1000 words, presenting the goal of the research, the methodology, preliminary results and tentative theoretical and practical contributions).
Indicative List of Topics
-Digital business models
-Managing the value proposition
-Marketing on digital platforms
-Managing supply chain for digital platforms
-Platforms for the government and the voluntary sector
-Privacy and ethics on the digital platforms
-Laurent Muzellec, Professor @ Trinity College Dublin
-Tommaso Buganza, Associate Professor @ Politecnico di Milano
-Sébastien Ronteau, Associate Professor @ Audencia
-Daniel Trabucchi, Post-Doc @ Politecnico di Milano
-Deepak Saxena, Post-Doc @ Trinity College Dublin
The conference will be held in the Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin (Ireland).
Any questions about submissions may be emailed to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org