|Lecturer||Prof. Richard McFarland (ESSEC Business School, Paris)|
|Date||22.11.2022, 13:00 – 17:00|
Georg Schumann-Bau (SCH/B37)
|Seminar content||This is a one-day seminar that focuses on what constitutes interesting research, and how interesting research effects getting published and influences long-term impact. We will also evaluate introductions that students find interesting and consider what strategies students can take to make their own research more interesting.|
There are a number of readings, but each of these is quite short. You
must come to class having read each of the readings and be prepared to
answer the following questions:
Assignment: Bring in an interesting article introduction
Each student should find one academic article that they find very interesting. Bring is six hard copies of this introduction to class (just the introduction, not any of the rest of the paper, this is likely to be about two pages only).
|Certificate||This course is a half-day workshop. You can’t earn a certificate according to §9 of the PhD doctoral regulation of the Faculty of Business and Economics.|
Participation is limited (max. 12).
To register send an e-mail to Dr. Uta Schwarz: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: +49 351 463-33141
Deadline for registration: October 15, 2022