Call for Papers

The organizing committee seeks abstracts on all aspects of choice modeling research for presentation at the 2019 International Choice Modelling Conference.

Papers for various sessions will be selected on the basis of extended abstracts (800-1000 words). Interested authors should submit their abstracts electronically via the conference website by 31 January 2019.

Abstracts should be detailed enough to provide adequate information on the motivation, the uniqueness of the work, the data and analysis methods, application potential and policy relevance, and anticipated results.

The call for papers is available here. Authors are also invited to submit abstracts for the special session stream with details here.

We also invite colleagues to submit ideas for more interactive workshop sessions at the conference. These proposals should be 800-1000 words long and contain details on scope of the workshop, potential participants and anticipated outcomes.

Special sessions and workshops, like any ICMC sessions, should aim to be multi-disciplinary, including speakers from multiple fields on topics that appeal to delegates from across different disciplines.


Submissions for this conference were closed on 4 February 2019.