April 12, 2013, by Graham Kendall
19th CEEMAN Case Writing Competition
If you are interested in disseminating your teaching contribution this competition might be of interest to you but please make sure you read the entry criteria)?
The start of the page is shown below, but I would draw your attention to the fact that there are prizes and also look closely at items 1 and 2 below.
The closing date is the 3 Jun 2013.
The aim of the competition is to encourage and promote the development of high-quality teaching case material relevant for the realities of transitional and emerging economies and at the same time promote the development of case-writing capabilities in those countries.
In the spirit of a fully inclusive competition, global submissions are encouraged.
The co-organizers will support global exposure of the submitted high-quality cases through a direct link with the Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies collection. All case submissions will be considered for international publication.
The total CEEMAN/Emerald award prize pool is worth over €10,000, including €4,000 prize money. Prizes are awarded to the overall winner and two runners-up.
Compulsory submission criteria
- Cases should have a developing and emerging markets focus (Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America, Africa, Asia, Oceania and Middle East).
- All cases should be teaching cases based on a real situation in a real company, with a clear decision-making situation, and prepared in accordance with case writing guidelines provided in the instructional materials below.
- Academic (research) cases will not be accepted for evaluation by the jury.
- Case studies submitted should not have been published before in their current or substantially similar form, or be under consideration for publication in any ISSN/ ISBN-registered publication or with any other case-centre.
- All case studies must be accompanied by a Consent to Publish Form which has been completed and signed by the management of the company or individuals included in the case.
- Please consult the competition evaluation checklist before submitting your case.
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