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Session Type: PDW Workshop
Program Session: 172 | Submission: 10576 | Sponsor(s): (CAR, OB, HR)
Scheduled: Friday, Aug 10 2018 5:30PM - 7:30PM at Sheraton Grand Chicago in Sheraton Ballroom IV
 
Careers in the Rough: A Research Development Workshop
Careers in the Rough
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Organizer: Igor Bartolec, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
Organizer: Lauren A. Keating, EM Lyon Business School
Discussant: Daniel Spurk, U. of Bern
Facilitator: Jos Akkermans, Vrije U. Amsterdam
Facilitator: Michael B. Arthur, Suffolk U.
Facilitator: Yehuda Baruch, Southampton Business School, U. of Southampton
Facilitator: Gayle M. Baugh, U. of West Florida
Facilitator: Torsten Biemann, U. of Mannheim
Facilitator: Nikos Bozionelos, EMLYON Business School
Facilitator: Shoshana Dobrow Riza, London School of Economics
Facilitator: Kimberly A. Eddleston, Northeastern U.
Facilitator: Danna Greenberg, Babson College
Facilitator: Stefanie Gustafsson, U. of Bath
Facilitator: Andreas Hirschi, U. of Bern
Facilitator: Peter Heslin, UNSW Sydney
Facilitator: Barbara S. Lawrence, U. of California, Los Angeles
Facilitator: Emma Parry, Cranfield U.
Facilitator: Maury Peiperl, George Mason U.
Facilitator: Julia Richardson, Curtin U.
Facilitator: Bert Schreurs, Vrije U. Brussel
Facilitator: Sherry E. Sullivan, Bowling Green State U.
Facilitator: Daniel Turban, U. of Missouri
Facilitator: Andreas Wihler, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
Careers in the Rough offers PhD students and junior scholars who submit careers manuscripts a chance to have their work reviewed by leading scholars in the field in a roundtable format. Senior scholars who moved the careers literature forward, have strong publication records, and are familiar with the challenges involved in publishing high- impact research, will review the manuscripts and offer constructive support and guidance. Moreover, senior scholars can provide constructive feedback regarding potential publishing outlets. This session will also offer an important opportunity to discuss core principles and practices of publishing careers research. Participants who wish to have their manuscripts reviewed are asked to submit their (i) manuscript, (ii) an up-to 250 words description on a particular dilemma, question, or concern they want to address in their manuscript, and (iii) a name of their target journal via e-mail to i.bartolec@fs.de by June 26. In addition, this workshop is also open to participants who only wish to participate in roundtable discussions, without submitting their manuscripts. They should register latest by July 31. For both types of participants, earlier applications are highly encouraged, as we will be doing rolling admissions. The list of available roundtable discussions will be distributed in mid-July to all registered participants via e-mail. Participants will be required to read the manuscripts assigned to the selected roundtable. Pre-registration is required for all participants.
Pre-registration is required for this session. To register online, please visit https://secure.aom.org/PDWReg. Please contact the workshop organizer i.bartolec@fs.de to obtain the approval code. The deadline to register online is August 9, 2018. Materials (manuscripts, 250 word challenges) should be sent in advance to Igor Bartolec: i.bartolec@fs.de.
  
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