Publishing from your PhD
This online workshop has been organised by the Sustainable Growth, Management and Economic Productivity (SMP) Pathway and is open to all ESRC and non-ESRC funded PhD and MA Social Research students within the WRDTP’s seven partner universities. Whilst this workshop is aimed at SMP Pathway students, PGRs from all seven interdisciplinary Pathways are welcome to attend.
This workshop will encourage PhD researchers to reflect on their current and future publishing strategies and tactics in a highly challenging environment. The two-hour session will draw from the speaker’s own experience of developing articles from a PhD thesis for publication in top journals. The workshop will synthesize and share key learnings, including differences between thesis and article writing, aspects surrounding collaboration with other academics, and critical expectations from editors/reviewers in relation to data presentation and support. Participants will also be given the opportunity to explore article topics and formats that may be derived from their own thesis, whilst considering how these may fit with potential journal audiences. The workshop will conclude by highlighting the submission process and publishing timelines.
- Identify potential ideas for paper development from their doctoral thesis
- Explain the key differences between thesis and paper writing
- Describe the academic publication process
- Discuss core expectations of academic journal editors and reviewers
Workshop OrganiserReader in Marketing, SMP Pathway Director, University of Sheffield
SpeakerLecturer in Executive Education, Sheffield University Management School
Following an earlier career in industry as an international sales and marketing executive, Dr Carole Couper is a Lecturer in Executive Education at Sheffield University Management School. Carole graduated with a PhD in Management from the Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow, in June 2016. She has since published in the Journal of International Business Studies (ABS 4*), Management and organization Review (ABS 3*) and the Asia-Pacific Management Journal (ABS 3*).
Carole’s thesis, titled ‘Building bridges across institutional distance: network development and the internationalization of Scottish SMEs into China’, explored the impact of formal and informal institutional differences on the process of internationalisation network development between Scottish SMEs and China. Her research interests include bridging mechanisms for internationalisation across high institutional distance, multilingualism and qualitative research methods, and internationalisation networks to and from emerging markets, with a focus on China.
This training session will be delivered via Blackboard Collaborate.
PLEASE NOTE: Our online training sessions will be recorded and will be available on the VIRE in an edited format for those students who cannot attend. If you wish to join this session but do not wish for your contributions to be included in the edited VIRE resource, please ensure that you select NO when prompted in the online booking form regarding recording.