Do you have academic work that you’d like to publish but not sure where, are you in the final stages of your PhD? This mentoring workshop is for you! For this workshop, we have invited Daniel Mather from Elgar Publishing House and Dr Raimundo Soto from Middle East Development Journal to talk us through the publication process.
Publication is an important part of any researcher’s career. However, the process of getting there is not always clear. Some of us may have a publication strategy in place, others may wonder where to begin. What do you need to keep in mind when you want to publish? How do you decide where to publish? What should be included and what not? What do you need to think about when you pitch your idea? During this workshop, we hope to provide you with some more guidance on where to start and what to consider in the publication process.
The event is a closed event and will adhere to the Chatham House Rule: When a meeting is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed.
The first part of the event will be recorded. The recording will be turned off during the discussion. We request all attendees to please not turn on their camera during the first part, your consent will be requested during the registration. Should you change your decision, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who are we targeting?
As it is an ECR event, priority will be given to ECRs. Though if space is available, non-ECRs may join.
The only affiliated institution is MENA SP Network.
- Doctoral Researcher/PhD Students
- Up to 8 working years after successfully completing your PhD
- Up to 8 working years* as researcher both in- and outside academia (regardless of PhD)
- Up to 8 working years as a practitioner within the field of social policy
*This accounts for a career break or those who for other reasons had to slow track their career, e.g. part-time positions etc.
Daniel Mather is the Senior Editor for Original Reference titles at Edward Elgar Publishing, responsible for overseeing Elgar’s renowned Research Handbook and Encyclopedia programmes in the Social Sciences. In addition to this, Daniel is also responsible for commissioning titles within Elgar’s Sociology list.
Raimundo Soto is Managing Editor at the Middle East Development Journal. He is associate professor of economics, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. He received his PhD in economics from Georgetown University. Professor Soto has published extensively on long-run growth, resource curse, fiscal policy, institutions, and political conflicts. His latest book “Aftershock of the Arab Uprisings: Reconstruction, National Peace, and Democratic Change” will be published by Routledge in the coming months.