From the other side of the barricade: The guest editorial perspective on how to publish in top journals Crafting the CfPs, Managing the Editorial Process, and Handling R&Rs

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Description

As part of efforts to helping members to improve their research output and quality, BAM is running a series of workshops on publishing in top ranked journals.The aim of this particular workshop is to help you:
a) Publish in top tier journals
b) Develop the skill of crafting competitive calls for papers (CfP) that maximise your chances of acceptance and receiving high quality submissions
c) Managing the often complex guest editorial process.
d) Handling R&Rs

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When

Thursday May 30th, 2019; 10am - 3.30pm

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Who Should Attend

Doctoral students, ECRs as well as more established researchers

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Benefits of Attendance

- Selecting special issue topics and how to approach Editors with SI ideas

- Crafting the CFPs of the special issue for the scholarly and executive-oriented journals

- Organising on the coalface of guest-editing

- Managing the guest-editing process How to publish in top journals
          • The R&R case study of the conceptual paper in Journal of Management
          • The R&R case study of the empirical paper in British Journal of Management
          • The R&R case study of the empirical paper in International Business Review

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Location

Brunel Business School Auditorium
Brunel University London
Kingston Lane
Uxbridge UB8 3PH

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Speakers

Professor Shlomo Y. Tarba is Chair (Full Professor) and former Head of Department of Strategy & International Business at the Business School, University of Birmingham, UK. 

Dr Mohammad Faisal Ahammad is Associate Professor of International Business at Centre for International Business (CIBUL), Leeds University Business School, University of Leeds, UK. 

Professor Yehuda Baruch (DSc Technion, Israel) is Professor of Management at Southampton Business School, UK and Affiliated Professor at Audencia Business School, France.

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Provider Information

British Academy of Management (BAM)

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Accommodation

Set on leafy grounds within the Brunel University London campus,the Lancaster Hotel and Spa provides the ultimate comfort and service. With en-suite rooms, an indulgent spa, boardrooms, a newly renovated lounge bar and an a`la carte restaurant, this contemporary hotel has been designed to suit all requirements.

Book here: https://www.brunel.ac.uk/business/Commercial-Services/hotel

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Travel Information

Brunel University London is close to Heathrow airport, is served by Underground and rail links, and has excellent local bus services. The campus has secure cycle storage facilities and is approximately a 20 minute walk from Uxbridge town centre.

Sat Nav Users: 
Please enter the road address (Kingston Lane) and the postcode (UB8 3PN). You will be directed to Kingston Lane, which is very close to our main entrance
From the M4: Leave the M4 at Junction 4, follow signs to Uxbridge (A408) and Brunel University. Those taking the M25 should join the M4 or M40

From Uxbridge bus station (next to underground station):
U3 (alight Cleveland Road)
U1 to West Drayton, U4 and U7 (alight Kingston Lane)
222 and U5 (alight Cowley Road and use path via Zone A – see campus map)

From Heathrow Central:
A10 Heathrow Fast, every 15 minutes, journey time approx. 25 minutes (alight The Greenway and use river footpath to campus)

From West Drayton railway station:
U3 (alight Cleveland Road)
U1 (alight Kingston Lane)
222 (alight Cowley Road and use path via Zone A

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Contact

For specific information about this event, please contact the workshop facilitators:

David Sarpong, David.Sarpong@brunel.ac.uk 
Ashley Braganza, Ashley.Braganza@brunel.ac.uk
Catherine Wang, Catherine.Wang@brunel.ac.uk

For general enquiries, please contact Linh Dang at the BAM Office at eventsofficer@bam.ac.uk, or 02073837770

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Event Fee 

BAM Student members: £15
BAM members: £20
Non-BAM members: £30

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Registration

 

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Cancelation Policy - Should you wish to cancel your place, you will receive a full refund if your cancelation is made 4 weeks prior to the event. After this, full payment will be required.  BAM reserves the right to cancel the event if there are not enough people to justify running the workshops.
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30th May 2019   to   3:30 PM
BAM Member Fee £ 20.00
BAM Student Member Fee £ 15.00
Non-BAM members £ 30.00
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