Pre-Conference Workshop EnANPAD 2018: Writing skills for publishing in international journals
Workload: 8 hours
October, 2nd – from 2pm to 6pm
October, 3rd – from 8am to 12pm
Number of participants: 10
Submission: article drafts, uncompleted articles and full papers are eligible for submission. All documents must be written in English with maximum 8.000 words.
Deadline for submission: August, 22th.
Documents must be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Universidade Positivo, Curitiba-PR
Suzana Braga Rodrigues
Professor of International Strategy at Universidade FUMEC, Brazil and, Emeritus Professor of International Business and Organization at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, The Netherlands. She holds a PhD degree in Management Studies from Bradford Management School, University of Bradford, UK.
Master, PhD students and Faculty interested in developing writing skills with the purpose of raising their academic work to a more advanced level, and with a view to reach out top tier journals, defined as such, by Brazilian and international institutions. The course is directed to students and staff doing research in the following areas: Strategy, Organization Studies, Corporate Governance, Public Policy and Administration, Human Resources Management, Entrepreneurship and innovation.
The course will discuss the requirements of high level academic work, and by looking into the processes of knowledge construction related to different types of methodological approaches.
The lecture will combine debates, discussion around published-research cases and individual on doctoral students' own research. Skills building will be based on a teaching methodology focused on practical learning by case studies analysis and contextualization (students research interests and difficulties).
Learning strategies will be centred around (i) discussion of students’ personal difficulties and research interests, (ii) how to use management theories as a foundation for a variety of qualitative and quantitative approaches, (iii) top-tier journals best practices and requirements, (IV) collaboration skills
Conceptual formulation and theory development
Research theoretical and practical relevance
Formulating the central argument (research gaps and your contribution)
Consistency and quality requirements for different types of academic work
Developing skills for writing an attractive and convincing introduction
Theory building and theory testing strategies
The process of knowledge creating: analysis and discussion
The research process for top level journals publications
Understanding international journals’ requirements and ranking
Data access, costs and feasibility
The importance of continuing editing
Choice of a journal and their implications for writing the paper
Research ethics in international collaborations and complementarity of skills and resources
Response to reviewers: a key issue