From Data To Coding To Contribution: The Craft of Developing Publishable Qualitative Research
Arizona State University
Former Associate Editor, AMJ
Wed, June 14th 2017, at HEG-FR School of Management, Chemin du Musée 4, Fribourg
HEG-FR jointly with ETH Zurich is organizing a research workshop on publishing qualitative research in management journals. PhD student or junior faculty member with qualitative research in advanced stages will learn how to better develop and present an empirically grounded theoretical contribution, as well as to gain insights into the editorial and review processes at our top management journals. Using his experiences as an Associate Editor at AMJ, Kevin Corley will delve into key factors for improving chances at publications, including coverage of some important "what to do's" and "what not to do's" when writing and submitting qualitative paper.
Who is leading the workshop?
Kevin G. Corley (Ph.D., Penn State) is a Professor in the Management department at the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. His research largely springs from the question, "why do people in organizations experience change the way they do?" Answering this question has led Prof. Corley to do field research examining the processes by which managers and employees organize around their roles and practices, as well as how they make sense of the changes that occur within their organization. His research has appeared in the Academy of Management Journal, the Academy of Management Review, Administrative Science Quarterly, Organization Science, and the Academy of Management Annals. He recently served as an Associate Editor at the Academy of Management Journal focused on qualitative methods and has delivered research talks and methodology workshops at business schools across Europe, including Oxford, Imperial, Cass, Aalto, Hanken, INSEAD, IE, Bocconi, the Munich School of Management, ESSEC Paris, and HEC Montreal.
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This event is organized in partnership with ETH Zürich.