The Doctoral consortium is designed as interactive and educational events for doctoral students and junior faculty members developing and nurturing a career of scholarship in the family business field.
The doctoral consortium (DC) is open to any scholar interested in an introduction to family business research, especially doctoral students at late stages of their studies and scholars who are new to family business research.
It provides an opportunity to familiarize with the field, share the latest state of their research, learn from and get socialized via close interaction with their peers and experienced participating faculty.
Participants will have the opportunity to attend introductory sessions by renowned scholars and will benefit from feedback on their research thanks to the guidance of skilled facilitators who are experienced researchers in the field.
The Doctoral Consortium will take place the day before the start of the 2023 Annual Conference in Krakow, Poland (July 5).
Submit your application to: https://ifera2023.exordo.com/
Deadline: February 6, 2023
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Riding the rollercoaster of a Phd in family business
Research proposals submitted to the doctoral consortium and the summer school by doctoral students will be subject to a double-blind review process by experienced supervisors of doctoral students in the family business field. The best submissions will be shortlisted for the Doctoral Proposal Award. The shortlisted proposals will be blindly ranked by a jury panel of 3 eminent scholars in the field to decree the Best Doctoral Proposal.
Targeted at anyone who would like to engage in a learning journey, to deepen their knowledge in family business research though theories and methods, improving writing skills, networking and mentoring. Special focus on early stage PhD students.
We assist researchers in the last stages of paper development to prepare their submissions to top journals, holding “How to publish” presentations, one-to-one discussions with Editors and Roundtable sessions.