How to Write a World Class Paper – Elsevier Author Workshop

March 22, 2012 at 2:40 pm Leave a comment

The Doriot Library is hosting an Elsevier Author Workshop:

How to Write a World Class Paper

Knowing the best way to structure your paper and the most appropriate journal to send it to, really helps in getting your paper accepted. Understanding how editors and publishers think and what they expect, knowing how the peer review process works, is an invaluable insight into the publishing process.

Join Elsevier’s

Jagna Mirska-Gent, Senior Publisher – Finance Journals, Elsevier Science
Jan-Albert Majoor: Account Development Manager, Elsevier Science

Tuesday April 3rd from 3pm to 4:30pm (includes time for Q&A)

in Amphi Loudon (East Wing)

Click here to RSVP


• Demonstrating Research Impact
• The review and editorial process
• What makes a good manuscript?
• Practical tips on before you write
• The article structure
• Publishing ethics

This knowledge will enable you to be more confident as an author and will help you get your papers published more easily!

Elsevier is a leading publishing house worldwide, here is a tiny selection of their journals:

Journal of Banking & Finance, Journal of Corporate Finance, Research in Organizational Behavior, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, European Management Journal, Journal of Business Research, Organizational Dynamics etc…

Entry filed under: Faculty & PhDs, Library training.

INSEAD book in the spotlight Spotlight on the Academy of Management Journals

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