Economics for the long run: Celebrating thirty years of Structural Change and Economic Dynamics
Structural Change and Economic Dynamics (SCED) is hosting two online session "Economics for the long run: Celebrating thirty years of Structural Change and Economic Dynamics", on 25th November (China Standard Time), for celebrating its 30th anniversary.
How to register
Writing and Publishing in The Leadership Quarterly (Option 2)
Date & Time
13 October 2020
09.00 Europe CET / 12.30 India IST / 15.00 China CST / 17.00 Australia AEST.
By any metric, The Leadership Quarterly is a top journal in management and applied psychology, and the most prestigious journal specialized in the science of leadership. The journal's impact has been constantly increasing as a result of the current editorial team's passion for publishing robust and reliable science that can inform practice and theory. The journal considers manuscripts from traditional disciplines that have contributed to it like management, organizational behavior, or industrial-organizational psychology. However, it also actively encourages submissions from economics, sociology, political science, other areas of psychology (e.g., differential and social psychology), as well as from the biological and evolutionary sciences. How best to navigate the publication process in this journal? What do the editors look for in manuscripts? What can you as a submitter do to increase the likelihood of your manuscript getting into review and ultimately accepted? Join this webinar where you can meet the Editor-in-Chief, John Antonakis, who will present the journal and field your questions.
Professor John Antonakis | Editor-in-Chief
Caroline Moors | Senior Publisher, Elsevier
How a young university can launch and grow a digital repository (Watch Recording)
About this webinar
Learn how SMU, a young university under 50, launched a digital repository back in 2010 and opened their research and scholarship to discovery by the world.
Get tips on how:
(1) to improve the visibility and profile of your institution’s research and scholarly publications
(2) to provide access to full text articles (wherever possible)
(3) to organize the university’s records for research and publications
(4) Repositories discoverability drove some great individual successes for the faculty
Ms Yeo Pin Pin, Head Scholarly Communication, Singapore Management University; Derrick Duncombe, Elsevier Moderator