(Full paper submission is not compulsory for the conference)
In order to facilitate exchanges during the RESER 2022 conference, it is suggested that researchers complete the abstract that has been selected for a paper with an extended abstract, executive summary of about 10,000 characters (including spaces and excerpt references). These will be given to participants at the beginning of the conference.
Please send them by 1 November at the latest to the conference address: email@example.com
Researchers and practitioners are welcome to contribute to the conference.
Scientific contributions will be double blind reviewed. The reviews are based on abstracts. Abstracts must include meaningful content to:
There is no review of the practitioners contributions.
- Alexander Schletz, Fraunhofer IAO, Germany
- Amina Béji-Bécheur, Université Gustave Eiffel, Marne la vallée, France
- Audrey Bonnemaison, Université de Paris-Creteil Val de Marne
- Aurelien Rouquet, Université Gustave Eiffel, Marne la vallée, France,
- Camal Gallouj, Université Paris 13, France
- Catherine Maman, Université Gustave Eiffel, Marne la vallée, France
- Poivret, Université Gustave Eiffel, Marne la vallée, France
- Céline Merlin Brogniart, Université de Lille France
- Christian Bourret Université Gustave Eiffel, Marne la vallée, France
- Daisy Bertrand, Université d’Aix Marseille, France
- Estibaliz Hernandez, Mondragon University, Spain
- Faïz Gallouj, Université de Lille, France
- Ida Gremyr, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
- Ian Miles, Birmingham University, UK
- Jean Philippe, Université d’Aix Marseille, France
- Jose Luis Navarro Espigares, University Hospital Virgen de las Nieves, Spain
- Laetitia Dablanc, Université Gustave Eiffel, Marne la vallée, France
- Lars Fuglsang, University of Rosklide, Denmark
- Liudmila Bagdonienė, Kaunas University of technology, Lithuania
- Luna Leoni, Tor Vergata University of Rome, Italy
- Marianne Abramovici, Université Gustave Eiffel, Marne la vallée, France,
- Marie-Christine Monnoyer, Catholic University of Toulouse, France
- Markus Scheuer, Essen, Germany
- Muriel Jougleux, Université Gustave Eiffel, Marne la vallée, France,
- Nikolay Chichkanov, HSE University, Russia
- Pedro Costa, University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal
- Tiziana Russo Spena, University of Naples Federico II, Italy
- Veronika Belousova, HSE University, Russia
- Audrey Bonnemaizon, Université Gustave Eiffel, Marne la vallée, France,
- Cédric Poivret Université Gustave Eiffel, Marne la vallée, France
- Céline Merlin Brogniart, Université de Lille, France
- Christian Bourret, Université Gustave Eiffel, Marne la vallée, France
- Marianne Abramovici, Université Gustave Eiffel, Marne la vallée,
- Marie Christine Monnoyer, Université catholique de Toulouse, France
- Pascal Ughetto, Université Gustave Eiffel, Marne la vallée, France,
- Ristic Dejean, Université Gustave Eiffel, Marne la vallée, France,
The call for papers is structured around five main themes
In the context of a highly tertiary economy, urban services play many roles: attractiveness of the territory, contribution to the quality of life, employment and social redistribution, climatic issues. The effectiveness of services and their impact on the dynamism of cities and metropolises depends on their management, their efficiency but also their social consequences on the territory. For this track, which is closely linked to the i-site project of the Gustave Eiffel University on future cities, contributions from all disciplines analysing these transformations are welcome: economic geography, urban planning, economics (especially social and solidarity-based), sociology, management and public policy, civil and environmental law.
The statistical apparatus for monitoring service activities (nomenclatures, measurements, etc.) is evolving, but still poses many problems for researchers. Are the actual contributions of Eurostat, the Statistisches Bundesamt (located in Wiesbaden) and the OECD manuals sufficient to meet the needs of European research in the field of services? In a period where development has to be sustainable and local, it seems that we need more data to build new public and privates services.
Through the genealogy of certain concepts at the heart of service science, it would be interesting to show their necessary evolution in the current productive environment (servuction in a digital world), or to return to the debates that some of them have given rise to (Service Dominant Logic, co-production, service productivity, measuring innovation, social innovation....). Can the innovative nature of some concepts and approaches lead to changes in the economic models?
RESER's DNA is to promote the meeting of European researchers in order to contribute to the development of service science. In this sense, it is logical that this network should contribute to documenting and analysing encounters between researchers from different disciplines or countries who have co-constructed whole sections of service science together. This second theme will tell the story of how an accidental meeting could have favoured the dynamics of schools of thought, notably by making possible the financing of European research contracts on service activities.
Contextualisation of the first works in service management, independently of their disciplinary or national inclusion: a questioning on interdisciplinarity and its requirements. This contextualisation especially concerns the analysis of the research sites where the first research on services was carried out. What was the composition of these teams, what were the long-term relationships between service companies and these teams? Is it possible to highlight an impact on the growth strategies of the majors in the concerned industries?
All submissions should be done by using the following formats:
Abstract proposal should not exceed 6,000 characters and at least 4,000 characters (including spaces and except references) and must be sent according to the Abstract Template.
Extended abstract template
Full paper submission is not compulsory. It is also possible to submit an extended abstract/executive summary of about 10,000 characters (including spaces and excerpt references).
Full Paper Template
The Full Paper should not exceed c. 20 pages (including tables, notes, and references), and must be due according to the abstract proposal template
PHD students are highly encouraged to apply to the RESER founders award. For details
Abstract submission deadline: 15 june 2022
Notification of acceptance: 29 July 2022
Paper submission deadline: 13 November 2022