A Paper Development Workshop to provide developmental feedback to scholars and doctoral students on research projects that are at relatively advanced stages of development.
Journal of World Business senior editorial team of Co- Editors-in-Chief Jonathan Doh and David Collings, Deputy Editor Ajai Gaur, and Senior Editor Ulf Andersson
Workshops, training and support
Essex Business School
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Essex Business School and the British Academy of Management, International Business/International Management Special Interest Group present the Journal of World Business Paper Development Workshop, 10-11 April 2018.
The Journal of World Business (JWB) is hosting a paper development workshop (PDW) at the University of Essex, Essex Business School, Southend Campus 10 - 11 April.
The workshop will begin with a reception on Tuesday 10 April evening and will be followed by a full day workshop on 11 April.
The workshop is free and includes the reception on Tuesday 10 April and breakfast and lunch on 11 April. Participants ware responsible for finding their own transportation and accommodation.
The PDW will provide developmental feedback to scholars and doctoral students on research projects that are at relatively advanced stages of development, and encourage them to further develop quality research papers on issues that are of relevance to JWB.
While JWB expect that authors will develop their work and submit the resulting papers to JWB, participation in the PDW does not create an obligation to do so.
The workshop will be led by the Journal of World Business senior editorial team of Co- Editors-in-Chief Jonathan Doh and David Collings, Deputy Editor Ajai Gaur, and Senior Editor Ulf Andersson, along with other established scholars from JWB’s editorial team and BAM International Business/International Management Special Interest Group.
The workshop will include presentations by senior scholars on publishing strategies and techniques, followed by in-depth feedback on selected papers.
We encourage authors to submit their original work under two categories: full-length papers (maximum of 10,000 words) and “idea” papers (maximum of 2,000 words). Papers that have previously been submitted to JWB that were not been successful in the review process, or other journals, are welcome for the PDW. We can accommodate up to about 30 papers for this event.
Please submit your papers in word format to Ajai Gaur (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please name the file by the last name and first name of the participating author.