How (not) to get published
Getting published is crucial for academic success. For most young scholars, the process is often daunting, frustrating, and confusing. This webinar is addressed to those who are just getting started in the publishing game — doctoral students, post-docs, APs. Based on Joachim’s experience as an editor over the last 12 years at a variety of journals (European Review of Economic History, Explorations in Economic History, Economic Journal), he will mostly talk about pitfalls and simple strategies for improving one’s chances — what to avoid, and what to do.
This event is mostly for doctoral students and post-docs.
Live on Zoom on November 26, 2020
16:00 Hong Kong/Beijing/Singapore
08:00 London | 09:00 Zurich | 17:00 Tokyo | 19:00 Sydney
About the Quantitative History Webinar Series
The Quantitative History Webinar Series, convened by Professor Zhiwu Chen and Dr. Chicheng Ma of The University of Hong Kong (HKU), aims to provide researchers, teachers and students with an online intellectual platform to keep up to date with the latest research in the field, promoting the dissemination of research findings and interdisciplinary use of quantitative methods in historical research. The Series is co-organized by the International Society for Quantitative History, HKU Business School, and the Asia Global Institute (AGI).