Developing Theory through Literature Reviews
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This webinar will provide you with the skills and resources to develop your literature review into a publishable review article that builds theory and contributes to the advancement of the field. You will have access to pre-recorded resources by the International Journal of Management Reviews Editors-in-Chief which explain the journal’s remit and processes to you and provide answers to the most frequently asked questions. The session itself will be 90 minutes long and focus on supporting you to develop your own manuscript with the guidance and advice from senior scholars. Hence, we ask you to prepare for this session by providing an outline of your literature review and engage with the pre-recorded sessions as well as some key readings. The webinar will introduce key issues to consider as you are preparing your literature review for submission, and you will have the opportunity to discuss your own project in smaller breakout groups with experienced scholars. There will also be an opportunity to discuss the process and the experience of going through the IJMR review process with a scholar who has recently published an article in the journal and learn from their experience. To keep the format as interactive and development as possible for participants, the number of places for this webinar are capped, so register early to save your place!
Who Should Attend?
Primarily doctoral researchers, but open to all.
Benefits of Attendance
- Feedback from editors and senior scholars
- Learning about how to write excellent review papers
- Getting your research published in leading journals
Participants will have to prepare for this webinar. We will advise participants on preparation shortly.
Prof Katie Bailey, Kings College London
Dr Dermot Breslin, Sheffield University
Prof Daniel King, Nottingham Trent University
Prof Stephanie Decker, Bristol University
Dr Giulio Ferrigno, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Dr Marian Iszatt-White, Lancaster University
Prof Martin Friesl, Lancaster University
IJMR; BAM Research & Publications and Capacity Building committees
For general enquiries please contact the BAM Office at [email protected]
BAM Members: Free
Non-BAM Members: £50
BAM Student Members: Free
Non-BAM Student Members: £25