Best paper candidates

We are proud to announce the papers that have been shortlisted for the best paper and best student paper awards. The winners will be announced during the closing ceremony.

Best paper award

Using texts to measure proximity between firms
Alessandro Marra

Prediction of SMEs Bankruptcy at the Industry Level with Balance Sheets and Website Indicators
Carlo Bottai, Lisa Crosato, Caterina Liberati

The potential of Google Trend in estimating the absorption rate of European structural funds
Nicola Caravaggio, Eleonora Pierucci, Giuliano Resce

Management Accounting and Digital Technologies: A Science mapping review
Adriana Barreto, Patrícia Gomes, Patrícia Quesado, Shane O’Sullivan

Unveiling New Insights From Textual Unstructured Big Data in Politics Through Deep Learning
Ufuk Caliskan, Angela Pappagallo, Francesco Ortame, Mauro Bruno, Francesco Pugliese

Best student paper award

Multilingual Monetary Policy: Unfolding Language and Policy Preferences of Swiss Central Bankers
Sami Diaf, Florian Schütze

The Invasion of Ukraine Viewed through Large-Scale Analysis of TikTok
Benjamin David Steel, Sara Parker, Derek Ruths

Structuring and extracting sustainability information from corporate websites SMEs: A pilot test on textile firms
Francisco Javier Rodríguez-Ruiz, Ana Garcia-Bernabeu