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PDW Rejection & Wellbeing + Meet the Editors @ AOM 2024

  • 1.  PDW Rejection & Wellbeing + Meet the Editors @ AOM 2024

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    AOM 2024 PDW on Rejection, Resilience and Wellbeing + Meet the ENT Journal Editors

    Saturday, Aug 10 2024 9:00AM - 11:30AM CT at Hyatt in Crystal C

    Organizers: Shaker ZahraWilliam GartnerMiruna Radu-Lefebvre & Raja Singaram

    Mark your calendars for a professional development workshop on dealing with manuscript rejections, bouncing back after a rejection and taking care of your wellbeing as a scholar. 

    Part I: Panel Discussion - Everyone is Welcome!

    Panelists:

    • Eric Liguori, Florida State University
    • Jeff McMullen, Indiana University
    • Miruna Radu-Lefebvre, Audencia Business School
    • Johan Wiklund, Syracuse University
    • Shaker Zahra, Univ of Minnesota

    Part II: Meet the ENT Journal Editors roundtables - requires registration (see link below)

    Meet the editors from the following journals to ask your questions about editorial decisions regarding desk rejections, reject and resubmit, revise and resubmit etc.

    Mentors - Journal Editor/Editor-in-Chief:

    • Entrepreneurship and Regional Development: Vincent Lefebvre & Miruna Radu-Lefebvre
    • Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice: Sarah Jack, Ute Stephan & Johan Wiklund
    • International Small Business Journal: Robert Blackburn
    • Journal of Business Venturing: Scott Newbert & Jeff McMullen
    • Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship: Susana Santos
    • Journal of Small Business Management: Eric Liguori & Susana Santos
    • Journal of Management: Ute Stephan

    Please register for meet the editors roundtables on or before July 14, 2024: Registration Link

    Abstract

    Manuscripts receive a rejection decision from editors for various reasons at different stages of the peer review process. The social and psychological consequences authors face after a manuscript rejection affect their well-being significantly. This professional development workshop (PDW) aims to engage scholars – from advanced doctoral students to research active scholars – in a dialogue on rejection as an editorial decision and its effects on well-being. We realize this purpose by (1) destigmatizing failure and educating the scholars on the nature of rejection decisions, (2) discussing how authors can bounce back after a rejection outcome, and (3) explaining the well-being consequences of rejection and providing recommendations on developing resilience. Editors from journals, namely, Journal of Management, Journal of Business Venturing, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, International Small Business Journal, Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship and Journal of Small Business Management have agreed to serve as panel members and mentors in this session.



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    Raja Singaram
    Assistant Professor
    University of Galway
    Galway
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