Welcome to a seminar for doctoral students on the topic of publishing and journal selection decisions!
This is a two-hour seminar that focus on the publication in international peer-reviewed journals in retailing and consumption. The aim of the seminar is to discuss different strategies for identifying journal alternatives as well as key issues in how to select a journal for publishing your manuscript.
The seminar is run by visiting scholars from the UK: Jens Nordfält (University of Bath) and Eleonora Pantano (University of Bristol). Doctoral students will submit three questions that relate to issues they are currently pondering when working on finding an appropriate outlet for their work. The seminar will then build upon these questions, and doctoral students will have a chance to discuss a variety of questions on the topic with other doctoral students and faculty. The following paper can serve as a context for thinking about the journal selection process, but is not required reading for the seminar:
Knight, L. V., & Steinbach, T. A. (2008). Selecting an Appropriate Publication Outlet: A Comprehensive Model of Journal Selection Criteria for Researchers in a Broad Range of Academic Disciplines. International Journal of Doctoral Studies, 3, 059-079.
To attend the seminar send the three questions in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Extended deadline for submitting questions: April 6th. Questions regarding the seminar can be directed to Emma Samsioe. Zoom-link will be sent to attendees a couple of days before the seminar.