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CEMS Harvard Referencing Style: Conferences

CONFERENCES

IN-TEXT CITATION

Andersson (2001) ...

.... (Andersson, 2001)


FORMAT OF A REFERENCE TO A CONFERENCE PROCEEDING

Author or Editor’s Surname, Initials. Year. Title of conference and subtitle (including location and date of conference) (in italics). Publisher.


EXAMPLE OF A REFERENCE TO A PRINTED CONFERENCE PROCEEDING

Andersson, T. ed. 2001. Getting started with electronic commerce: proceedings of the 1st  International Conference on Electronic Commerce, Geneva, October 2-4, 2001. E-Commerce Unlimited.


FORMAT OF CITATION

Wheeler (2001) ...

.... (Wheeler, 2001)

"....." (Wheeler, 2001:130)


FORMAT OF A REFERENCE TO A CONFERENCE PAPER

Surname of Author of the paper, Initials. Year of publication. ‘Title of paper’. In: Editor’s Surname, Initials. ed. Title of conference and subtitle,   Place, Date (in italics). Publisher: page numbers of the individual conference paper.

Note that the title of the paper is placed in quotation marks and the title of the full conference proceedings is in italics, or underlined if your work is handwritten or you have used a conventional typewriter.


EXAMPLE OF A REFERENCE TO A PRINTED CONFERENCE PAPER

Wheeler, D. 2001.  ‘Getting to grips with the e-supply chain’.  In: Andersson, T. ed.  Getting started with electronic commerce: proceedings of the  1st International Conference on Electronic Commerce, Geneva, October 2-4, 2001.  E-commerce Unlimited. 121-139.


EXAMPLE OF A REFERENCE TO  AN UNPUBLISHED ELECTRONIC CONFERENCE PAPER

Julian, C.C. 2011. 'The relationship between industry structure, marketing capabilities, strategy and performance: the empirical link in export ventures', paper presented to The Clute Institute International Academic Conference, Las Vegas, 10-12 October. Available from: <http://conferences.cluteonline.com/index.php/IAC/2011LV/paper/view/619> [Accessed on: 17 August 2014]

For unpublished papers, include the phrase ‘paper presented at...’ before the name of the conference. You do not need to put the conference name in italics


EXAMPLE OF A REFERENCE TO  AN ELECTRONIC CONFERENCE PAPER

Bayne, S & Ross, J. 2007. 'The ‘digital native’ and ‘digital immigrant’: a dangerous opposition',  paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE), Brighton, Sussex, 11-13 December 2007. ‚ÄčAvailable from: <http://www.malts.ed.ac.uk>[Accessed on: 3 October 2010]

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