Babson Academy Webinar series

Babson Academy Webinars

Tips For Navigating The Research Publishing Process

Thursday, January 30, 2020, 9–9:45 a.m. EST

One of the most difficult challenges faced by entrepreneurship scholars is to navigate the process to publishing their work. This process involves many challenges, including framing and writing the paper, preparing the manuscript, revising and seeking feedback on the manuscript, identifying the journal outlet, submitting and managing the review process. For an entrepreneurship scholar, this process can be very lonely, uncertain and challenging because it is hard to know when your paper is “ready” for submission.

Join us on Thursday, January 30, 2020 at 9 a.m. EST where we will address the challenges faced by all entrepreneurship scholars in getting published, and provide three tips that can be helpful in managing the process. We will also provide an overview of the upcoming Babson Fellows Program for Entrepreneurship Researchers.

If you have a paper that you need help with conceptual framing, are struggling to determine which journal outlets are appropriate for your work, or need assistance in developing the methodology, then this webinar is for you. Bring your questions!

Expert Advice From Leading Reseacher Authors:

Candida Brush, F.W. Olin Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship, Vice Provost of Global Entrepreneurial Leadership - Professor Brush is one of the early pioneers in entrepreneurship research, and conducted one of the first and largest studies in the US. She has co-authored reports for OECD, the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor and the Goldman Sachs Foundation, and presented her work at the World Economics Forum in Davos and the US Department of Commerce. Professor Brush has authored more than 160 publication in entrepreneurship, including 13 books, over 22 book chapters and is one of the most highly cited researchers in the field.

William Gartner, Bertarelli Foundation distinguished Professor of Family Entrepreneurship - Professor Gartner's research and teaching focuses on the characteristics, skills and practices of successful entrepreneurial families. He is the 2005 winner of the Swedish Entrepreneurship Foundation International Award for outstanding contributions to entrepreneurship and small business research.  He authored the book, Entrepreneurship as Organizing-Selected Papers of William B. Gartner