The course aims at:
Guest professors may be invited and include additional topics in their lectures.
The course will consist of three modules covered over a period of around 4-8 months. For the first module (1-2 days) participants should bring a research idea that during the module should be developed into a researchable idea including a research model. For the second module (1-2 days) participants should bring a first draft of a research paper and a powerpoint presentation of this. Between modules two and three the papers should undergo an internal peer review process where participants will referee each others papers. The third module (1-2 days) will be organized as a research conference where the participants should bring their papers, response letters to reviewers and powerpoint presentations. After finishing the course and considering comments received, the participants should have a research paper ready to be submitted to a journal or to a conference.
Student workload (135 hours):
Lectures/seminars: 30 hours
Reading articles and preparing for sessions: 15 hours
Preparing reports (review reports and response to reviewers): 10 hours
Writing up a research paper and journal/conference submission(s): 80 hours
School of Business and Law