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Session Type: PDW Workshop
Program Session: 138 | Submission: 13483 | Sponsor(s): (HR)
Scheduled: Friday, Aug 10 2018 3:30PM - 5:30PM at Sheraton Grand Chicago in Gold Coast
Publishing in Top Tier US Journals for Non-US Scholars
Publishing for Non-US Scholars

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Chair: Liza Castro Christiansen, U. of Reading
Chair: Anne Burmeister, U. of Bern
Presenter: Pawan S. Budhwar, Aston U.
Presenter: Ingrid Fulmer, U. of South Australia
Presenter: Maria Kraimer, U. of Oregon
Presenter: Bernd Vogel, Henley Business School, U. of Reading
Participant: Corine Boon, U. of Amsterdam
Participant: Claire Elizabeth Collins, Henley Business School, U. of Reading
Participant: Marion Festing, ESCP Europe
Participant: Brian Harney, Dublin City U.
Participant: Denise Mary Jepsen, Macquarie U.
Participant: Clare Kelliher, Cranfield U.
Participant: Janet H. Marler, U. at Albany, State U. of New York
Participant: Scott L Martin, Zayed U.
Participant: Karina Van De Voorde, Tilburg U.
Participant: Gillian Warner-Søderholm, BI Norwegian Business School
Participant: Sebastian Reiche, IESE Business School
Participant: Adam Smale, U. of Vaasa
Once a research project has been completed, one of the most prestigious forms of publication is a journal paper. There is not only increasing pressure to publish, but to publish in ‘top tier’ journals. There is vast and comprehensive information about the range and scope of refereed research journals in every field. The objective of this Professional Development Workshop is to provide insight to – and engage with – non- US scholars who intend to publish in top tier US journals in the HR field. Publishing in top tier US journals is very important for non-US scholars for several reasons. Top tier journals receive a particularly heavy weighting in promotion, salary and tenure decisions. High article concentration would also be of interest to administrators of graduate programs. Research output increases school and department rankings, which in turn attracts the most qualified candidates. Better candidates then further improve a program’s ranking. The PDW is organized in two parts: 1. Part 1: Current and former members of the HR Division’s leadership from the US, who hold editorial positions in top publications, share their experiences and talk about such topics as publication quality and quantity, authorship norms, and developing a paper accepted for AOM into a journal publication. 2. Part 2: Skills development workshop where participants receive feedback on a paper that they have submitted in advance. Participants are assigned one reviewer, who works with them and discusses their paper.
Registration Part 1: ~30 people can participate in the first part of the workshop (Presentations: ~60 min). To reserve your spot, please email to obtain the approval code. Priority is given to people who also participate in Part 2. Part 2: ~15 people can participate in the second part of the workshop (One-on-one feedback: ~60 min). To reserve your spot, please send an HR-related manuscript you wish to receive feedback on during the workshop to to obtain the approval code. Please follow the AOM paper submission guidelines to format your paper. The deadline to register online is June 30, 2017. Walk-ins are welcome, but people need to be aware that seating is very limited.
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