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Publish or Perish: Perceived Benefits versus Unintended Consequences

January 24, 2018

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Imad Moosa explores the pressure on academics to prove their worth by publishing their work.

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EDITORS’ NOTE: Getting Your Articles Published in Economics Journals – Editors Offer Some Advice

October 9, 2014

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blog_journal_coversIn this article, 15 editors give their advice on how to get your paper published in an economics journal.  By Valentin Cojanu, Paul Davidson, Alicia Giron, John Harvey, Eckhard Hein, Heinz D. Kurtz, Jack Reardon, Steve PressmanWolfram Elsner, Louis-Philippe Rochon, Allesandro Roncagalia, Barkley Rosser, Neri Salvadori, Malcolm Sawyer and  Mario Seccareccia.

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“10” Tips for Getting Published in the Top Entrepreneurship Journals – by Mike Wright and Alain Fayolle

February 10, 2014

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Hiker on top of mountainLeading researchers in the field of entrepreneurship, Alain Fayolle and Mike Wright are closely familiar as authors and editors with publishing in entrepreneurship journals. Their most recent book, How to Get Published in the Best Entrepreneurship Journals, brings together a stellar team to provide invaluable insights into successfully negotiating the review process.


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How to get published in the best entrepreneurship journals – foreword by Danny Miller

November 20, 2013

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Competition to publish in the top entrepreneurial journals is fierce. Fortunately, help is now at hand in the form of a new book which provides hands-on advice and insight into the research publication process. ‘How to Get Published In The Best Entrepreneurship Journals‘ brings together guidance from a wealth of contributors – Audretsch, Corbett, Fayolle, Honig and Wright to name but a few – and will be published in early 2014.  To whet your appetite, here is the book’s foreword, written by one of the world’s most cited management researchers, Danny Miller.

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