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2018/11月 28

企业管理系学术讲座

企业管理系学术讲座
开始时间:2018-11-28 15:30
活动地点:明德商学楼1007室
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主    题:Turning good research into good publications: Getting started right(PART I)

              Writing a Strong and Organized Introduction Section for Your Paper (or Thesis)

主讲人:Prof. David Ahlstrom(The Chinese Univeristy of Hong Kong)

讲座语言:英文

讲座摘要:

Publishing in quality academic journals (or your thesis) is challenging. Authors who want to improve their chances of publishing in business and allied social sciences journals can save themselves much time and frustration by ensuring that their manuscripts are consistent with the journal’s aims and scope and address key unanswered research questions or improvements to current theory and evidence in a given domain. It is well-understood if a manuscript lacks theoretical grounding or makes significant methodological or research design mistakes, it will likely be rejected. Many researchers do not make mistakes there, but do fail to properly situate, motivate, and organize their manuscripts well, particularly in the all-important introduction of the paper. Oftentimes, an author may face rejection of his or her manuscript not because of bad data or methods, but because of major framing and organizational issues with the paper, as well as it lacking clear contributions. This talk (and associated handouts) addresses these key problems within the context of writing a clear research question and introduction section, and contributions, which then form the basis for the overall organization of the paper. Numerous helpful sources for authors are also provided and discussed.

在高水平学术期刊上发表论文充满了挑战。通过将论文与期刊的目标与领域调整一直,在现有理论的基础上进行创新或回答未被解答的问题,投稿社会科学期刊的作者可以事半功倍,提高发表的几率。我们都知道缺少坚实的理论基础,或者有方法、研究设计上缺陷的文章,很难被接收发表。但是许多学者虽然在上述方面没有犯错,却未能成功地组织论文架构,特别是未能在文章的介绍(Introduction)环节成功吸引读者。许多时候,文章被拒稿并不是因为数据或者方法问题,而是因为文章的架构和组织方法,或是未能凸显出贡献。本讲座将指导如何撰写研究问题、介绍(Introduction)和贡献(Contribution)部分,以为全文的组织架构奠定基础。讲座同时会提供丰富的资料供讨论和借鉴。

主讲人简介:

David Ahlstrom (PhD, New York University) is a professor at The Chinese University of Hong Kong and previously worked in the computer industry and government for a number of years. His research interests include managing in Asia, entrepreneurship, organizational and economic history. He has published over 130 peer-reviewed articles in journals such as the Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management Studies, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, and Journal of World Business. His work has also appeared multiple times in The Wall Street Journal. Professor Ahlstrom has guest edited special issues for Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, Journal of Management Studies, Corporate Governance, Entrepreneurship and Regional Development and Multinational Business Review.