An insider’s guide to getting published in research journals. Yang-Cheng Shen Business Manager for Hong Kong, Macau, Thailand and Taiwan E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel+886 (0)919 451115. Aims of the session. To ‘demystify’ the publishing process
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Business Manager for Hong Kong, Macau, Thailand and Taiwan
Tel+886 (0)919 451115
Research that has an impact
ISI is the most well known ranking, but others exist e.g.
What rankings are used here?
“Many papers are rejected simply because they don’t fulfil journal requirements.They don’t even go into the review process.”
Every journal published will have detailed notes and guidelines
Research journalsEditorial supply chain and journal management structure: journals
Access via library
EAB and reviewers
Solicits new papers
Handles review process
Promotes journal to peers
Develops new areas of coverage
QA – sub-editing and proof reading
Convert to SGML for online databases
Added value from publisher
The link between the publishing company and editor
Helps editors succeed in their role and build a first class journal
Overall responsibility for journal
Promotion and marketing
Handles production issues
A request for revision is good news! It really is
Asian Journal on Quality
Journal of Advances in Management Research
Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies
Journal of Chinese Human Resource Management
Journal of Science and Technology Policy in China
Nankai Business Review International
Journal of Asian Business Studies - URL coming soon
What do you use?
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