This year’s SWEG will fully embrace the workshop format. Therefore, we ask the participants to submit research-in-progress papers, drafts, and ideas. Each submission will be anonymously peer-reviewed by one reviewer to be recruited among the researchers that submit papers to the workshop. By submitting a paper to SWEG, you agree to review up to two papers. For the final version of the paper, we also encourage participants to submit questions, issues, and/or specific areas for discussion.

Each paper will be allocated 1 minute for a plenary presentation to all participants. This will be followed by a 45 minutes feedback and discussion session in small groups. This format was successfully tried out on last year’s SWEG. Before the workshop, all participants will be split into groups with junior and senior scholars. We expect all participants to have read the papers thoroughly and offer suggestions in the groups they are in.

There will be an award/recognition for the most thought-provoking research idea.

Call for papers