Submit your papers for presentation

Authors are invited to submit non-published full papers or extended abstracts. We welcome research in the field of music platforms, live events, new technologies, marketing mix, policy impact, consumer behavior, or related topics in the context of the music industry.

Doctoral students can submit work for the Young Scholars Workshop to present their research and discuss it with peers and professors in an open and constructive environment.

At least one author of each accepted submission must register, attend and present. The deadline for submissions is November 7, 2022. Paper submissions will be reviewed by the conference chairs, and presenting authors will be notified by November 14, 2022.

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Full papers or early work?

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Full (working) papers

Full papers must not be published elsewhere (or accepted for publication), and presenting authors have 30 minutes to present their work.

Early work

Extended abstracts (about 1,000-1,500 words) can be submitted for consideration for shorter, 20-minute presentation slots.

Young Scholars Workshop

Abstracts (about 250-400 words) can be submitted for consideration for participation in the Young Scholars Workshop, targeted at doctoral students to present research with peers and professors.


Michel Clement, University of Hamburg

Hannes Datta, Tilburg University

Dominik Papies, University of Tübingen

Nils Wlömert, Vienna University of Economics and Business