B591 Publication Strategies and Qualitative Research

Content

This module introduces participants (future scholars and junior scholars) into publication strategies for top international journals in the area of management.

The topics presented include:

  • the requirements of international publications in management
  • correct application of research methods
  • the review process in leading management journals

Key facts about the course

ECTS-Credits

6

 

Level

M.Sc.

Degree

Workload

30/150

class/self

Cycle

WS

generally

Course language

ENG

 

Duration of the module

1

term

Exam written

60

minutes

 

Maximum Student number

-

no formal limit


Objectives

Students will learn to interpret journal rankings, to obtain information about selected journals, and to present their research according to the quality criteria of these publication outlets. They will analyze the review process in leading management journals, learn to develop publication strategies, and to write up the various sections of a scholarly article.


Registration

Necessary!

Registration period: 01.10.2018 - 11.01.2019

Type of registration: online form
(Available during the registration period.)

Please note: Confirmation emails are not sent before the end of the registration period!

Course work

-

Course type

Seminar (1 SWS)

Literature

A series of articles to be announced on a case by case basis.

Exam

Registration: With participation at the course.


Course can be taken as part of the following programs/modules:

Economics

  • Free Elective Studies

Economics and Finance

  • Free Elective Studies

European Economics

  • Elective Studies

European Management

  • Specialization Studies Focus International Business
  • Elective Studies

General Managment

  • Specialization Studies Focus International Business
  • Elective Studies

International Business

  • Specialization Studies Focus International Business
  • Elective Studies

International Economics

  • Free Elective Studies

Management and Economics

  • Elective Studies