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News article5 March 2020

Cross Border Transport and Mobility in the EU; Interreg Crossmoby project

CALL FOR PAPERS: Crossmoby workshop in Venice, 22-23 October 2020

This activity is supported as part of CROSSMOBY, an Interreg project supported by the Italy-Slovenia Cooperation Programme of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) of the European Union. 

The path towards a barrier-free single European market requires particular attention to be paid to cross-border transport. In spite of the intense commitment and actions taken by the European Union as well as by national governments and regions, much remains to be done in order to dissolve all the barriers to cross-border mobility of people. Issues are not only infrastructural but also related to administrative and planning coordination. The aim of the workshop is to provide a systematic analysis of what has already been done and what are the next priorities.

Scholars and practitioners are invited to submit their research on the general subject highlighted above. This includes the following, which is a non-exhaustive list of topics:

  • The state-of-the-art of EU cross border transport policy
  • Indicators of sustainability and accessibility in cross border transport
  • The impact of cross border mobility on economic growth and equality
  • Best practices in cross border mobility
  • SUMP development and cross border integration in urban mobility: policies and practices
  • The impact of cross border transport on cohesion
  • People attitude and behavior towards cross border travels
  • Models and Patterns for Providers and Networks

IMPORTANT DEADLINES:

  • Deadline for Extended Abstract submission: 29 March
  • Notification of acceptance/rejection: 13 April
  • Notification of the provisional workshop program: 30 April
  • Deadline for full paper submission: 31 August
  • Registration deadline: 31 August

PLEASE NOTE: Extended Abstract and Full Articles must be submitted in English. 

Participation in the workshop is free of charge but prior registration is compulsory.

INSTRUCTION FOR EXTENDED ABSTRACT SUBMISSION:

  • Title Page: The following elements must be included:
  • Title of the article.
  • Name(s) and initial(s) of author(s), preferably with first names spelled out.
  • Affiliation(s) of author(s).
  • Name, address, telephone and e-mail address of the corresponding author.

Blind Abstract: The following elements must be included:

  • Title of the article.
  • The text should be between 2000 and 4000 characters providing a detailed description of the research question, method, empirical setting (if any) and conclusions summary.

Abstracts must be sent to sustainability [dot] managementatunive [dot] it (subject: Crossmoby%20workshop) (sustainability[dot]management[at]unive[dot]it), with the email subject: Crossmoby workshop by 29 March 2020. 

Papers that are accepted will be ranked according to evaluations provided by the reviewers. Travel and accommodation costs for the authors of the two best papers will be reimbursed by the organisation*

*A maximum of two authors will be funded for each awarded paper. Details about the reimbursement policy will be sent together with notification of award. Accepted full papers will be published in a book that will be available both printed and online (open access).

Scientific Committee:

Pietro Lanzini – Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Dept. Of Management, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. 

Luka Mladenovič – Ph.D., Senior Professional Research Associate, Urban planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia. 

Raffaele Pesenti – Ph.D. Full Professor of Operations Research, Dept. Of Management, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. 

Aljaž Plevnik – Ph.D., Professional Research Councillor, Urban planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia.

Tom Rye – Ph.D., Full Professor of Transport Policy, University College Molde, Norway.

Andrea Stocchetti – Ph.D., Associate Professor, Dept. Of Management, Ca’ Foscari University.

CROSSMOBY project, Interreg V-A Italy-Slovenia 2014-2020 cooperation programme - the project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) of the European Union

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Publication date
5 March 2020
Topic
Intermodality
Country
Europe-wide