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A Guide to Getting 
Published 
Thomas Garavan 
Editor - European Journal of Training and Development 
Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick 
E-mail: Thomas.garavan@ul.ie 
www.emeraldinsight.com Research you can use ! 
Aims of the session 
• To ‘demystify’ the publishing process 
• To provide tips, insider knowledge and key questions to 
maximize your chances of publication 
• To encourage some of you to go beyond publishing, e.g. 
reviewing, book reviewing, editorial roles 
• Q&A session: ask anything! 
• Follow-up: I’m always available to help 
• To get you sharing your knowledge, i.e. to get you writing
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Emerald Group Publishing – 
company background 
• Emerald Group Publishing 
Limited 
• Founded in 1967 in Bradford, 
West Yorkshire 
• For academics by academics 
Emerald Group Publishing – company 
background
3 
The Emerald Portfolio 
28 subject areas including: 
• 250+ journals, 240+ book series, 300 stand-alone texts 
• Electronic databases: Emerald Management eJournals and Emerald Management First 
• Over 21 million Emerald articles were downloaded in 2010 – more than 50,000 a day! 
• Potential readership of 15 million 
Full list of Emerald titles: 
http://emeraldinsight.com/journals http://books.emeraldinsight.com 
Financial Times Top 100 Business 
Schools 
Emerald is proud to say that: 
Over 90 of the FT 
top 100 business 
schools worldwide 
are Emerald 
customers 
We have authors 
from all of the FT 
top 100 business 
schools worldwide 
In 2010 the FT top 
100 business 
schools worldwide 
downloaded 
Emerald articles 
1.4m times – an 
average of 14,000 
per school!
4 
Emerald’s new journals on ISI 
As a publisher we work closely with our subject communities to launch 
high quality new journals in exciting and innovative fields 
A number of our recently launched journals have already been indexed 
by Thomson Reuters (ISI): 
Baltic Journal of 
Management (2006) 
Chinese Management 
Studies (2007) 
International Journal 
of Climate Change 
Strategies and 
Management (2009) 
China Agricultural 
Economic Review 
(2009) 
Emerald’s publishing philosophy 
• Emerald believe that good management can – must – make a better 
world 
• Emerald believe in inclusivity, internationality, innovation and 
independence 
• Supportive of scholarly research 
• Committed to improving author, reader and customer experience 
• ‘Research you can use’
5 
Research that has an impact 
Part 1: Journal 
publishing 
www.emeraldinsight.com Research you can use
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Editorial supply chain and journal 
management structure: journals 
Author Editor 
Publisher/ 
Managing Production Users 
Research 
Editor 
Quality research 
papers 
EAB and reviewers 
Solicits new 
papers 
Handles review 
process 
Promotes journal 
The link between the 
publishing company 
and editor 
Helps editors 
succeed in their role 
and build a first class 
journal 
Overall responsibility 
QA – sub-editing 
and proof reading 
Convert to SGML 
for online 
databases 
Print production 
Access via 
library 
Hard copy 
Database 
Third party 
j 
to peers 
Attends 
conferences 
Develops new 
areas of coverage 
for journal 
Promotion and 
marketing 
Attends conferences 
Handles production 
issues 
Despatch 
Added value from 
publisher 
Ideas: where to start 
• Are you working on a Doctoral or Master’s thesis? 
• Have you completed a project which concluded 
successfully? 
• Are you wrestling with a problem with no clear 
solution? 
• Do you have an opinion or observation on a 
subject? 
•• Have you given a presentation or conference 
paper? 
• If so, you have the basis for a publishable 
paper
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What journal should you submit to? 
• A good choice of journal can enhance the impact of your work and your reputation. 
• Which publications will reach the audience you want to 
• share your research with? 
• Considerations…be political… 
• Thomson Reuters ISI is the most well known ranking, but others exist: 
• Citations are a good, but not complete, guide to quality 
• Usage is a better measure of utility 
• Other factors to consider are recent articles, most communicative, societies and internationality, 
likelihood of acceptance, circulation, time from submission to publication 
• Be strategic (e.g. five articles in ‘low’ ranked journals vs one in ‘top’ ranked journal) 
What rankings are used here? 
Target to avoid desk reject! 
“Many papers are rejected simply 
because they don’t fulfil journal requirements. 
They don’t even go into the review process.” 
• Identify a few possible target journals/series but be realistic 
• Follow the Author Guidelines – scope, type of paper, word length, references style, etc 
• Find out where to send your paper (editor, online submission e.g. Scholar One). Check author 
guidelines which can be found in a copy of the journal/series or the publisher’s web site 
• Send an outline or abstract and ask if this looks suitable and interesting (or how it could be made 
so) 
• Read at least one issue of the publication – visit your library for access 
• Include a cover letter – opportunity to speak directly to the editor, convince them of the 
importance of your manuscript to the journal
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Example cover letters with editor 
comments 
There are two useful things which should be included in a covering letter if relevant. 
1. A statement of why the paper is being submitted to this journal, if it is a bit unusual, or 
outside the journal's usual scope. 
2 A t t t 2. statement about any papers on similar topics being submitted elsewhere, whether or not 
these are referenced in the article. 
So a good covering letter dealing with these points would say: 
• I am submitting this article to Journal of Documentation. You will see that it deals with public 
library management, which I appreciate is outside JDoc's normal scope. However, it focuses 
on the novel application of a theoretical model to the topic, and hence I think it is appropriate 
for JDoc. 
• I am submitting an article with a similar title to 'Public Library Journal'. However, that article 
gives a series of case studies, rather than describing and applying the model, and so is quite 
distinct from the paper submitted here. I can send a copy of the PLJ paper if required. 
A 'bad' covering letter would be one which either gave a poor reason for submitting the paper to a 
particular, or which showed lack of understanding of the peer review process. An example 
would be: 
• I am sending this article for you to publish in Journal of Documentation, after your editorial 
amendments. I have chosen JDoc to publish this paper, as it is a high-impact and well-regarded 
journal. 
Considering co-authorship 
Where to find a co author 
• Supervisor or colleague 
• Conferences 
• Journals 
• Emerald Research Connections 
Benefits 
•• First time authors 
• Demonstrates the authority and rigour of the research 
• Especially useful for cross-disciplinary research
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Considering co-authorship 
Tips 
• Ensure the manuscript is checked and edited so that it 
reads as one voice 
• Exploit your individual strengths 
• Agree and clarify order of appearance of authors and the 
person taking on the role of corresponding author 
• Distributing work 
• Leader 
• Extending your work 
What makes a good paper? 
HINT: Editors and reviewers look for 
• Originality – what’s new about subject, treatment or results? 
• Relevance to and extension of existing knowledge 
• Research methodology – are conclusions valid and objective? 
• Clarity, structure and quality of writing – does it communicate well? 
• Sound, logical progression of argument 
• Theoretical and practical implications (the ‘so what?’ factors!) 
• Recency and relevance of references 
• Internationality/Global focus 
• Adherence to the editorial scope and objectives of the journal 
• A good title, keywords and a well written abstract
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Example of author guidelines 
Every journal 
has detailed 
notes and 
guidelines 
Plagiarism and referencing 
• Plagiarism (from the Latin plagium meaning ‘a 
kidnapping’) is the act of taking someone else’s 
work and passing it off as your own (false 
attribution). It is considered fraud! 
• Hard to detect with peer review but there are new 
tools to help us 
• Emerald’s entire portfolio is included in iThenticate 
web-based software from iParadigms 
http://www.ithenticate.com/ 
• Emerald’s Plagiarism Policy can be seen at 
http://info.emeraldinsight.com/about/policies/plagia 
rism.htm 
• For more general information visit 
http://www.plagiarism.org/
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Copyright 
• As the author, you need to ensure that you get permission to use 
content you have not created as soon as your manuscript has been 
accepted otherwise this may delay your paper being published 
• Supply written confirmation from the copyright holder when 
submitting your manuscript 
• If permission cannot be cleared, we cannot republish that specific 
content 
• More information including a permissions checklist and a 
permissions request form is available at: 
o http://www.emeraldinsight.com/authors/writing/best_practice_guide.htm 
o http://www.emeraldinsight.com/authors/writing/originality.htm 
How to increase electronic 
dissemination 
• Use a short descriptive title containing main 
keyword – don’t mislead 
• Write a clear and descriptive abstract 
containing the main keywords and following any 
instructions as to content and length 
• Provide relevant and known keywords – not 
obscure new jargon 
• Make your references complete and correct – 
vital for reference linking and citation indices 
• All of this will make your paper more 
discoverable which means more dissemination 
and possibly more citation
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Emerald has introduced 
structured abstracts 
• A structured abstract – in 250 words or less (no more than 100 in any one 
section) 
• Purpose – Reasons/aims of paper 
• Design – Methodology/’how it was done’/scope of study 
• Findings – Discussion/results 
• Research limitations/Implications (if applicable) – Exclusions/next steps 
• Practical implications (if applicable) – Applications to practice/’So what?’ 
• [NEW] Social implications (if applicable) – Impact on society/policy 
• Originality/value – Who would benefit from this and what is new about it? 
• www.emeraldinsight.com/structuredabstracts 
Example of a good abstract 
Milorad M. Novicevic, Mario Hayek, Tony Fang, (2011) "Integrating Barnard's and 
contemporary views of industrial relations and HRM", Journal of Management History, 
Vol. 17 Iss: 1, pp.126 - 138 
Abstract 
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to juxtapose the contemporary views of industrial relations (IR) 
and human resource management (HRM) with the ideas expressed by Chester Barnard. 
Design/methodology/approach – The paper analyzes Chester Barnard's views along the four premises that 
underlie contemporary perspectives on the fields of IR and HRM. 
Findings – Barnard's main points: that sincerity and honesty of management is crucial to developing an 
individual employee's will to collaborate, and that collective cooperation is superior to collective bargaining 
are found to resonate well with the contemporary views and provide a clear indication for Barnard's 
preference of human resource perspective to the IR perspective. 
Practical implications – This paper provides Barnard's practical insights into why managing IR and HR by 
policies leads to poor management. 
Originality/value – This paper is the first to recognize Barnard's unique contribution to contemporary 
perspectives on IR and HRM disciplines. 
Keywords: Employee relations, Human resource management, Industrial relations, Organizations
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Before you submit your article: your 
own peer review 
• Let someone else see it – show a draft to 
friends or colleagues and ask for their 
comments, advice and honest criticism 
• We are always too close to our own work to 
see its failings 
• Always proof-check thoroughly – no incorrect 
spellings, no incomplete references. Spell 
checkers are not fool-proof 
Spot the error: 
“A knew research methodology introduced in 2007…” 
After 
submission 
www.emeraldinsight.com Research you can use
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Timetable from submission to initial 
feedback to authors 
• The Editor(s) do an initial read to determine if the 
subject matter and research approach is appropriate 
for the journal (approx. 1 week) 
• The Editor(s) identify and contact two reviewers 
(approx. 1 week) 
• Reviewers usually have 6-8 weeks to complete their 
reviews 
• The Editor(s) assess the reviewers' comments and 
recommendations and make a decision (approx. 2 
weeks) 
• Expected time from submission to review 
feedback: 3-3.5 months 
Possible editor decisions 
You will be advised of one of three possible decisions: 
Accept 
Reject 
Revise
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Reasons for rejection 
• Not following instructions – author 
guidelines 
• Lack of fit (‘‘why was it sent to this journal’’?) 
• Problem with quality (inappropriate 
methodology, not reasonably rigorous, 
excessively long) 
• Insufficient contribution (does not advance 
the field, a minor extension of existing work, 
there is no ‘gap in our understanding’) 
• Did you understand the “journal 
conversation””? 
What if your paper is rejected? 
• Don’t give up! 
Everybody has been rejected at least once 
•• Ask why, and listen carefully! 
Most editors will give detailed comments about a rejected paper. 
Take a deep breath, and listen to what is being said 
• Try again! 
Try to improve the paper, and re-submit elsewhere. Do your 
homework and target your paper as closely as possible 
• Keep trying!
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Positive outcomes of rejection 
• Incentive to improve your work 
• Valuable feedback 
• Good experience of how the system works 
Don’t give up! 
Don’t be in the 16% who gave up
17 
Request for revision 
A request for revision is good news! It really is 
• You are now in the publishing cycle. Nearly every published paper is revised at least 
once 
• Don’t panic! 
• Even if the comments are sharp or discouraging, they aren’t personal 
“Stephen Wojjtal likes to let reviews sit for a week to let his blood pressure return to 
normal”. 
How to revise your paper 
 Acknowledge the editor and set a revision deadline 
 If you disagree, explain why to the editor 
 Clarify understanding if in doubt – 
‘This is what I understand the comments to mean…’ 
 Consult with colleagues or co-authors and tend to the points as 
requested 
 Meet the revision deadline 
 Attach a covering letter which identifies, point by point, how 
revision requests have been met (or if not, why not) 
 For example “The change will not improve the article because…”
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Example – agreeing with the 
reviewers comments 
Dear Editor, 
Let us open by thanking the two reviewers for their insightful comments. They gave us clear 
guidance and some positive critiques. Following their suggestions, we spent more time 
reading and came to the revision process better prepared. We enjoyed the process and think 
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should now clearly see the difference they made to the revised manuscript. In the following 
lines we detail the changes in line with the reviewers’ comments. 
Reviewer: 1 
Again, we would like to express our appreciation for your extremely thoughtful suggestions. As 
you will see below we have been able to revise and improve the paper as a result of your 
valuable feedback. 
You highlighted that we did not spend enough time discussing the implications of our arguments 
for current understandings of Drucker’s work. We agree with your suggestion and have 
added in two additional paragraphs in the conclusion (p.30‐1), and a few comments within 
the paper (i.e p.11), that are devoted to outlining the implications of our analysis. We have 
kept our discussion brief to ensure we maintain the commitment to the appropriate page 
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Drucker makes relevant for management practitioners and scholars alike. 
Accept 
Congratulations!! 
Following a lot of hard work and at least one revision 
your paper has been accepted. 
“In all the years I have been an editor I have not 
accepted a single paper on first submission.” 
Typical editor comment
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Summary 
• Is your research useful? 
• Is your research targeted? 
• Have you followed the author guidelines? 
• Do you have a good title and abstract? 
• Revise based on feedback 
• Consult the submission check list 
• Persevere! 
• 
Useful resources 
www.emeraldinsight.com Research you can use
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Emerald supporting authors 
• Dedicated editorial and author relations support staff 
• Quality-assured copy-editing and production service 
• Emerald Literati Network with more than 90,000 members 
• Signatories of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), Emerald is 
committed to protecting its authors’ work from copyright infringements 
Journals 
 EarlyCite 
• Online Scholar One Manuscript Central submission process 
• Complimentary journal issue and five reprints upon publication 
Online resources 
For Researchers For Authors 
• www.emeraldinsight.com/research 
• How to… guides 
• Outstanding Doctoral Research Awards 
• Research Fund Awards 
• For Authors www.emeraldinsight.com/authors 
• How to… guides 
• Meet the Editor interviews and Editor news 
• Editing service 
• Emerald Research Connections 
• Annual Awards for Excellence 
Books 
• Marketing plan for your book including: 
• Calls for Papers and news of publishing 
opportunities 
• Direct mail campaigns, leaflets and brochures, media and journal advertising 
• Conference presence and promotion 
• A landing page for your title on the Emerald website 
Other useful resources 
• www.isiwebofknowledge.com (ISI ranking lists and impact factors) 
• www.harzing.com ( Anne-Wil Harzing's g g site about academic publishing and 
the assessment of research and journal quality, as well as software to 
conduct citation analysis) 
• www.scopus.com (abstract and citation database of research literature and 
quality web sources) 
• www.cabells.com (addresses, phone, e-mail and websites for a large 
number of journals as well as information on publication guidelines and 
review information) 
•• www.phrasebank.manchester.ac.uk (a general resource for academic 
writers, designed primarily with international students whose first language 
is not English in mind) 
• http://www.esrc.ac.uk (impact toolkit) 
What do you use?
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Talk to us, use us! 
• Tell us how we can help you 
• Give us feedback online 
• Use Emerald Management eJournals 
For any answers you didn’t get today (or were 
too shy to ask) … 
Presenter’s name at: 
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Tel: Presenter’s phone number Write for us!

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2012.02.08 An Insider's Guide to Getting Published in International Journals

  • 1. 1 A Guide to Getting Published Thomas Garavan Editor - European Journal of Training and Development Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick E-mail: Thomas.garavan@ul.ie www.emeraldinsight.com Research you can use ! Aims of the session • To ‘demystify’ the publishing process • To provide tips, insider knowledge and key questions to maximize your chances of publication • To encourage some of you to go beyond publishing, e.g. reviewing, book reviewing, editorial roles • Q&A session: ask anything! • Follow-up: I’m always available to help • To get you sharing your knowledge, i.e. to get you writing
  • 2. 2 Emerald Group Publishing – company background • Emerald Group Publishing Limited • Founded in 1967 in Bradford, West Yorkshire • For academics by academics Emerald Group Publishing – company background
  • 3. 3 The Emerald Portfolio 28 subject areas including: • 250+ journals, 240+ book series, 300 stand-alone texts • Electronic databases: Emerald Management eJournals and Emerald Management First • Over 21 million Emerald articles were downloaded in 2010 – more than 50,000 a day! • Potential readership of 15 million Full list of Emerald titles: http://emeraldinsight.com/journals http://books.emeraldinsight.com Financial Times Top 100 Business Schools Emerald is proud to say that: Over 90 of the FT top 100 business schools worldwide are Emerald customers We have authors from all of the FT top 100 business schools worldwide In 2010 the FT top 100 business schools worldwide downloaded Emerald articles 1.4m times – an average of 14,000 per school!
  • 4. 4 Emerald’s new journals on ISI As a publisher we work closely with our subject communities to launch high quality new journals in exciting and innovative fields A number of our recently launched journals have already been indexed by Thomson Reuters (ISI): Baltic Journal of Management (2006) Chinese Management Studies (2007) International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management (2009) China Agricultural Economic Review (2009) Emerald’s publishing philosophy • Emerald believe that good management can – must – make a better world • Emerald believe in inclusivity, internationality, innovation and independence • Supportive of scholarly research • Committed to improving author, reader and customer experience • ‘Research you can use’
  • 5. 5 Research that has an impact Part 1: Journal publishing www.emeraldinsight.com Research you can use
  • 6. 6 Editorial supply chain and journal management structure: journals Author Editor Publisher/ Managing Production Users Research Editor Quality research papers EAB and reviewers Solicits new papers Handles review process Promotes journal The link between the publishing company and editor Helps editors succeed in their role and build a first class journal Overall responsibility QA – sub-editing and proof reading Convert to SGML for online databases Print production Access via library Hard copy Database Third party j to peers Attends conferences Develops new areas of coverage for journal Promotion and marketing Attends conferences Handles production issues Despatch Added value from publisher Ideas: where to start • Are you working on a Doctoral or Master’s thesis? • Have you completed a project which concluded successfully? • Are you wrestling with a problem with no clear solution? • Do you have an opinion or observation on a subject? •• Have you given a presentation or conference paper? • If so, you have the basis for a publishable paper
  • 7. 7 What journal should you submit to? • A good choice of journal can enhance the impact of your work and your reputation. • Which publications will reach the audience you want to • share your research with? • Considerations…be political… • Thomson Reuters ISI is the most well known ranking, but others exist: • Citations are a good, but not complete, guide to quality • Usage is a better measure of utility • Other factors to consider are recent articles, most communicative, societies and internationality, likelihood of acceptance, circulation, time from submission to publication • Be strategic (e.g. five articles in ‘low’ ranked journals vs one in ‘top’ ranked journal) What rankings are used here? Target to avoid desk reject! “Many papers are rejected simply because they don’t fulfil journal requirements. They don’t even go into the review process.” • Identify a few possible target journals/series but be realistic • Follow the Author Guidelines – scope, type of paper, word length, references style, etc • Find out where to send your paper (editor, online submission e.g. Scholar One). Check author guidelines which can be found in a copy of the journal/series or the publisher’s web site • Send an outline or abstract and ask if this looks suitable and interesting (or how it could be made so) • Read at least one issue of the publication – visit your library for access • Include a cover letter – opportunity to speak directly to the editor, convince them of the importance of your manuscript to the journal
  • 8. 8 Example cover letters with editor comments There are two useful things which should be included in a covering letter if relevant. 1. A statement of why the paper is being submitted to this journal, if it is a bit unusual, or outside the journal's usual scope. 2 A t t t 2. statement about any papers on similar topics being submitted elsewhere, whether or not these are referenced in the article. So a good covering letter dealing with these points would say: • I am submitting this article to Journal of Documentation. You will see that it deals with public library management, which I appreciate is outside JDoc's normal scope. However, it focuses on the novel application of a theoretical model to the topic, and hence I think it is appropriate for JDoc. • I am submitting an article with a similar title to 'Public Library Journal'. However, that article gives a series of case studies, rather than describing and applying the model, and so is quite distinct from the paper submitted here. I can send a copy of the PLJ paper if required. A 'bad' covering letter would be one which either gave a poor reason for submitting the paper to a particular, or which showed lack of understanding of the peer review process. An example would be: • I am sending this article for you to publish in Journal of Documentation, after your editorial amendments. I have chosen JDoc to publish this paper, as it is a high-impact and well-regarded journal. Considering co-authorship Where to find a co author • Supervisor or colleague • Conferences • Journals • Emerald Research Connections Benefits •• First time authors • Demonstrates the authority and rigour of the research • Especially useful for cross-disciplinary research
  • 9. 9 Considering co-authorship Tips • Ensure the manuscript is checked and edited so that it reads as one voice • Exploit your individual strengths • Agree and clarify order of appearance of authors and the person taking on the role of corresponding author • Distributing work • Leader • Extending your work What makes a good paper? HINT: Editors and reviewers look for • Originality – what’s new about subject, treatment or results? • Relevance to and extension of existing knowledge • Research methodology – are conclusions valid and objective? • Clarity, structure and quality of writing – does it communicate well? • Sound, logical progression of argument • Theoretical and practical implications (the ‘so what?’ factors!) • Recency and relevance of references • Internationality/Global focus • Adherence to the editorial scope and objectives of the journal • A good title, keywords and a well written abstract
  • 10. 10 Example of author guidelines Every journal has detailed notes and guidelines Plagiarism and referencing • Plagiarism (from the Latin plagium meaning ‘a kidnapping’) is the act of taking someone else’s work and passing it off as your own (false attribution). It is considered fraud! • Hard to detect with peer review but there are new tools to help us • Emerald’s entire portfolio is included in iThenticate web-based software from iParadigms http://www.ithenticate.com/ • Emerald’s Plagiarism Policy can be seen at http://info.emeraldinsight.com/about/policies/plagia rism.htm • For more general information visit http://www.plagiarism.org/
  • 11. 11 Copyright • As the author, you need to ensure that you get permission to use content you have not created as soon as your manuscript has been accepted otherwise this may delay your paper being published • Supply written confirmation from the copyright holder when submitting your manuscript • If permission cannot be cleared, we cannot republish that specific content • More information including a permissions checklist and a permissions request form is available at: o http://www.emeraldinsight.com/authors/writing/best_practice_guide.htm o http://www.emeraldinsight.com/authors/writing/originality.htm How to increase electronic dissemination • Use a short descriptive title containing main keyword – don’t mislead • Write a clear and descriptive abstract containing the main keywords and following any instructions as to content and length • Provide relevant and known keywords – not obscure new jargon • Make your references complete and correct – vital for reference linking and citation indices • All of this will make your paper more discoverable which means more dissemination and possibly more citation
  • 12. 12 Emerald has introduced structured abstracts • A structured abstract – in 250 words or less (no more than 100 in any one section) • Purpose – Reasons/aims of paper • Design – Methodology/’how it was done’/scope of study • Findings – Discussion/results • Research limitations/Implications (if applicable) – Exclusions/next steps • Practical implications (if applicable) – Applications to practice/’So what?’ • [NEW] Social implications (if applicable) – Impact on society/policy • Originality/value – Who would benefit from this and what is new about it? • www.emeraldinsight.com/structuredabstracts Example of a good abstract Milorad M. Novicevic, Mario Hayek, Tony Fang, (2011) "Integrating Barnard's and contemporary views of industrial relations and HRM", Journal of Management History, Vol. 17 Iss: 1, pp.126 - 138 Abstract Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to juxtapose the contemporary views of industrial relations (IR) and human resource management (HRM) with the ideas expressed by Chester Barnard. Design/methodology/approach – The paper analyzes Chester Barnard's views along the four premises that underlie contemporary perspectives on the fields of IR and HRM. Findings – Barnard's main points: that sincerity and honesty of management is crucial to developing an individual employee's will to collaborate, and that collective cooperation is superior to collective bargaining are found to resonate well with the contemporary views and provide a clear indication for Barnard's preference of human resource perspective to the IR perspective. Practical implications – This paper provides Barnard's practical insights into why managing IR and HR by policies leads to poor management. Originality/value – This paper is the first to recognize Barnard's unique contribution to contemporary perspectives on IR and HRM disciplines. Keywords: Employee relations, Human resource management, Industrial relations, Organizations
  • 13. 13 Before you submit your article: your own peer review • Let someone else see it – show a draft to friends or colleagues and ask for their comments, advice and honest criticism • We are always too close to our own work to see its failings • Always proof-check thoroughly – no incorrect spellings, no incomplete references. Spell checkers are not fool-proof Spot the error: “A knew research methodology introduced in 2007…” After submission www.emeraldinsight.com Research you can use
  • 14. 14 Timetable from submission to initial feedback to authors • The Editor(s) do an initial read to determine if the subject matter and research approach is appropriate for the journal (approx. 1 week) • The Editor(s) identify and contact two reviewers (approx. 1 week) • Reviewers usually have 6-8 weeks to complete their reviews • The Editor(s) assess the reviewers' comments and recommendations and make a decision (approx. 2 weeks) • Expected time from submission to review feedback: 3-3.5 months Possible editor decisions You will be advised of one of three possible decisions: Accept Reject Revise
  • 15. 15 Reasons for rejection • Not following instructions – author guidelines • Lack of fit (‘‘why was it sent to this journal’’?) • Problem with quality (inappropriate methodology, not reasonably rigorous, excessively long) • Insufficient contribution (does not advance the field, a minor extension of existing work, there is no ‘gap in our understanding’) • Did you understand the “journal conversation””? What if your paper is rejected? • Don’t give up! Everybody has been rejected at least once •• Ask why, and listen carefully! Most editors will give detailed comments about a rejected paper. Take a deep breath, and listen to what is being said • Try again! Try to improve the paper, and re-submit elsewhere. Do your homework and target your paper as closely as possible • Keep trying!
  • 16. 16 Positive outcomes of rejection • Incentive to improve your work • Valuable feedback • Good experience of how the system works Don’t give up! Don’t be in the 16% who gave up
  • 17. 17 Request for revision A request for revision is good news! It really is • You are now in the publishing cycle. Nearly every published paper is revised at least once • Don’t panic! • Even if the comments are sharp or discouraging, they aren’t personal “Stephen Wojjtal likes to let reviews sit for a week to let his blood pressure return to normal”. How to revise your paper  Acknowledge the editor and set a revision deadline  If you disagree, explain why to the editor  Clarify understanding if in doubt – ‘This is what I understand the comments to mean…’  Consult with colleagues or co-authors and tend to the points as requested  Meet the revision deadline  Attach a covering letter which identifies, point by point, how revision requests have been met (or if not, why not)  For example “The change will not improve the article because…”
  • 18. 18 Example – agreeing with the reviewers comments Dear Editor, Let us open by thanking the two reviewers for their insightful comments. They gave us clear guidance and some positive critiques. Following their suggestions, we spent more time reading and came to the revision process better prepared. We enjoyed the process and think tthhaatt tthhee rreevviieewweerrss’ ccoommmmeennttss hhaavvee ttrreemmeennddoouussllyy aaffffeecctteedd tthhee rreevviisseedd ddrraafftt.. BBootthh rreevviieewweerrss should now clearly see the difference they made to the revised manuscript. In the following lines we detail the changes in line with the reviewers’ comments. Reviewer: 1 Again, we would like to express our appreciation for your extremely thoughtful suggestions. As you will see below we have been able to revise and improve the paper as a result of your valuable feedback. You highlighted that we did not spend enough time discussing the implications of our arguments for current understandings of Drucker’s work. We agree with your suggestion and have added in two additional paragraphs in the conclusion (p.30‐1), and a few comments within the paper (i.e p.11), that are devoted to outlining the implications of our analysis. We have kept our discussion brief to ensure we maintain the commitment to the appropriate page aanndd wwoorrdd lleennggtthh,, bbuutt wwhhaatt wwee ddoo oouuttlliinnee sshhoouulldd mmaakkee cclleeaarr wwhhaatt tthhiiss ppeerrssppeeccttiivvee oonn Drucker makes relevant for management practitioners and scholars alike. Accept Congratulations!! Following a lot of hard work and at least one revision your paper has been accepted. “In all the years I have been an editor I have not accepted a single paper on first submission.” Typical editor comment
  • 19. 19 Summary • Is your research useful? • Is your research targeted? • Have you followed the author guidelines? • Do you have a good title and abstract? • Revise based on feedback • Consult the submission check list • Persevere! • Useful resources www.emeraldinsight.com Research you can use
  • 20. 20 Emerald supporting authors • Dedicated editorial and author relations support staff • Quality-assured copy-editing and production service • Emerald Literati Network with more than 90,000 members • Signatories of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), Emerald is committed to protecting its authors’ work from copyright infringements Journals  EarlyCite • Online Scholar One Manuscript Central submission process • Complimentary journal issue and five reprints upon publication Online resources For Researchers For Authors • www.emeraldinsight.com/research • How to… guides • Outstanding Doctoral Research Awards • Research Fund Awards • For Authors www.emeraldinsight.com/authors • How to… guides • Meet the Editor interviews and Editor news • Editing service • Emerald Research Connections • Annual Awards for Excellence Books • Marketing plan for your book including: • Calls for Papers and news of publishing opportunities • Direct mail campaigns, leaflets and brochures, media and journal advertising • Conference presence and promotion • A landing page for your title on the Emerald website Other useful resources • www.isiwebofknowledge.com (ISI ranking lists and impact factors) • www.harzing.com ( Anne-Wil Harzing's g g site about academic publishing and the assessment of research and journal quality, as well as software to conduct citation analysis) • www.scopus.com (abstract and citation database of research literature and quality web sources) • www.cabells.com (addresses, phone, e-mail and websites for a large number of journals as well as information on publication guidelines and review information) •• www.phrasebank.manchester.ac.uk (a general resource for academic writers, designed primarily with international students whose first language is not English in mind) • http://www.esrc.ac.uk (impact toolkit) What do you use?
  • 21. 21 Talk to us, use us! • Tell us how we can help you • Give us feedback online • Use Emerald Management eJournals For any answers you didn’t get today (or were too shy to ask) … Presenter’s name at: ! Presenter’s e-mail address Tel: Presenter’s phone number Write for us!