Artificial IntelligenceDecentralized Decision-MakingBusiness Models
Metaverse & GamingEconomics & TokenomicsCommunity Building
New WorkGovernance StructuresContribution Measurement & Verification
Speculative DesignIncentives & ReputationLegal Frameworks & Regulation
SustainabilityOrganizational DesignUse Cases & Case Studies

Other topics on DAOs in the spirit of the above will also be considered. Authors are invited to submit original, previously unpublished work that is not currently being reviewed by another conference, workshop, or journal.
  1. Abstract for full paper
    • Will give you the chance to have a full paper published in the workshop proceedings.
    • Abstract submissions should not extend 500 words and are based on completed research.
    • Once the abstract is accepted, a full paper may be submitted including up to 8 pages, excluding references and appendices.
  2. Abstracts-only
    • Will give you the opportunity to present new ideas at the workshop at an early stage of a research project.
    • Abstract submissions should not extend 500 words and are based on intended research.

There is no specific format required for the abstract submission. In particular, abstracts are not subject to an anonymized peer-review process. The conference committee will make a selection considering quality of the research, but also other factors such as the diversity of speakers and topics.

DAWO24 uses a double-blind review process for full papers; author names and affiliations should not appear in the submission and authors should make a reasonable effort not to reveal their identities or institutional affiliation. Full papers that do not comply with these guidelines will be rejected without review.

All papers must use the templates (Springer) provided. Only PDF files will be accepted for the review process.

The workshop proceedings will be made available via SSRN or arXiv.

All manuscripts (abstracts and full papers) need to be uploaded through the EasyChair portal.

  • advisor-advisee relationships, at any time
  • professional collaborations, employer/employee relationships
  • co-authorship within the past 5 years
  • current institutional conflicts
  • or close personal relationships.