Workshop: The Future of Publishing

18 11 2011

Image of silver starPresenter: Philip Carpenter, Wiley-Blackwell

Full title: The Future of Publishing

To listen to this workshop – examining the shape of things to come in social science publishing – click on the “play” button below-left. You can leave a response in the comments box at the foot of this page or by clicking on the grey bar along the bottom of the soundcloud player below. Read the rest of this entry »

‘Publishing in International Journals in Economics’ Sessions at the EEA-ESEM 2011 and ESWC 2010 – Watch the videos here!

17 11 2011

Publishing in International Journals in Economics Sessions – A guide for Scholars on how to get your work published

At both the EEA-ESEM 2011 in Oslo and the ESWC 2010 in Shanghai, Wiley has hosted very popular ‘Publishing in International Journals in Economics’ sessions, offering delegates invaluable opportunities to gain insight in to the processes of scientific publishing, and to share experiences with colleagues. Here we are delighted to share the videos from these events with all of the Wiley Economics Online Conference delegates, with thanks to the speakers.

To watch the videos from the session at EEA-ESEM 2011, including a presentation from Prof. Daron Acemoglu (Editor of Econometrica) on How to get Published, and a presentation from Prof. Fabrizio Zilibotti (Editor, the Journal of the European Economic Association) on Publishing for Impact, please click here.

To watch the videos from the session at ESWC 2010, please click here. The speakers and their topics at this session were:

Ms Xiaoming Feng, Managing Editor, China & World Economy, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences spoke on Opportunities for Chinese scholars to publish in international journals in economics.

Professor M Hashem Pesaran Editor, Journal of Applied Econometrics spoke on How to get published and formulating your article: Standards and criteria.

Professor Fabrizio Zilibotti, Editor, the Journal of the European Economic Association spoke on The value of publishing in the career of academic economists.

Professor Orazio Attanasio, Managing Editor, Quantitative Economics spoke on New publishing models for economics, and open access publishing.