Paper Submission & Fees

Submission Formats & Guidelines

Your submission should clearly explain the relevance of the chosen topic, the research question, theoretical background and the contribution of the research. Empirical papers should provide an overview of their methodology, analysis and main findings. In order to facilitate double-blind review of submissions please ensure your submission document excludes any author names or identifying information. Details of authorship will instead be provided through the submission system. We invite you to contribute to FINT 2022 in the following categories: Doctoral Colloquium Papers, First-Cut Papers, Conference Papers, Alternate Format Submissions.

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Doctoral Colloquium Paper

Doctoral students and early career researchers are encouraged to submit a paper for review and feedback at the doctoral colloquium on March 10th, 2022. Papers in this category can be up to a maximum of 3000 words (including title, abstract, figures/tables etc.) PLUS references.

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First Cut Paper

Papers under development can be submitted to the “First Cut Papers” section. These papers will be featured in conference sessions designed to provide the maximum amount of feedback to authors. Papers in this category should be submitted as an extended abstract up to a maximum of 1500 words (including title, abstract, figures/tables, references etc.).

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Conference Paper

Well-developed manuscripts nearing journal submission or publication can be submitted to the “Conference Papers” section. Papers in this category can be up to a maximum of 3000 words (including title, abstract, figures/tables, references etc.).

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Alternate Format Submissions (Symposia, Panels, Etc.)

We also welcome submissions for alternative types of sessions, including symposia, interactive panel discussions, workshops, and other innovative formats (feel free to be creative!). Unlike the paper submissions, these submissions are not blind review and should include a title page with the names, affiliations, and roles of people who will be leading, presenting, or speaking in the session. Alternate format submissions should be no longer than 3000 words (including title page, abstract, figures/tables, references etc.). Successful submissions will typically be assigned a 1.5-hour session within the conference program. Please note that we have limited space for alternate sessions.

Doctoral & Early Career Colloquium Announcement

Doctoral students and early career (junior) faculty are warmly invited to attend and present their research at the 2022 FINT Doctoral and Early Career Colloquium. The colloquium will be held on March 10, 2022, the day before the FINT conference main program, and will focus on supporting budding researchers in developing their careers and conducting high-quality trust research.

We are excited that Professor Sim Sitkin (Duke University), an esteemed trust scholar, has agreed to give the opening keynote address. After this, the schedule will include interactive panel sessions that will be informative on issues relevant to doctoral students and early career faculty, such as 1) how to get known in your field and 2) managing the many aspects of scholarly life. Notably, the afternoon keynote will be given by another outstanding trust scholar, Professor Cindy Muir (University of Notre Dame). Participants will also have the opportunity to present and receive detailed feedback on their research from established trust scholars, including Professors Richard Priem Rosalind Searle, Oliver Schilke, Nicholas Wheeler, and others.

We look forward to welcoming you to the 2022 FINT colloquium. This colloquium will be a wonderful opportunity to network with other junior scholars as well as established trust researchers and reflect on your forthcoming academic career in a supportive and developmental environment.

Doctoral students and early career trust scholars are strongly encouraged to submit a research paper to the colloquium. Deadline for submissions is August 2nd via the conference website. Papers will be reviewed by leading trust scholars prior to presentation at the conference, and participants will have the opportunity to incorporate this feedback prior to presenting. Papers in this category can be up to a maximum of 3000 words (including title, abstract, figures/tables etc.) PLUS references.

Please reach out directly if you have any questions.

Mark NK Saunders, University of Birmingham (m.n.k.saunders@bham.ac.uk)
Cecily Cooper, University of Miami (cecily@miami.edu)

Registration Details

Early Bird Registration Ends​

January 12th, 2022

All delegates for the main conference and doctoral colloquium must register before attending. Registration for the doctoral colloquium also includes registration for the main conference.

If a registrant is unable to attend the conference, they may transfer their place to someone else, provided this is approved by the conference chair. Please email fint@moore.sc.edu.

If a registrant wishes to cancel their registration, they must email fint@moore.sc.edu. No telephone cancellations will be accepted.

Cancellations made on or before January 1st, 2022 will be refunded the registration fee minus an administration fee 20% ($40 for regular delegates and $20 for student delegates). Registrations cancelled after January 1st, 2022 will not be eligible for a refund

Early Bird Fees

$575.00

Regular Conference Fee​

$690.00

Regular Conference + Consortium Fee

$365.00

Doctoral Student Conference Fee

$435.00

Doctoral Student Conference + Consortium Fee

Registration Fees After January 12th

$625.00

Regular Conference Fee​

$750.00

Regular Conference + Consortium Fee

$395.00

Doctoral Student Conference Fee

$475.00

Doctoral Student Conference + Consortium Fee