Navigating the publication process: from initial submission to journal acceptance

6/19/2018 9:30 AM | Faculty of Management, Koper, Trg Brolo 12, creative classroom INNOlab

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Prof. Tatiana S. Manolova,
Bentley University, Waltham, USA


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Koper ǀ 19 June 2018 ǀ from 9:30 am to 11:00 am
Faculty of Management ǀ Trg Brolo 12 ǀ creative classroom INNOlab 






Prof. Tatiana S. Manolova (DBA, Boston University) is a Professor of Management at Bentley University, USA. Research interests include strategic management (competitive strategies for new and small companies), international entrepreneurship, and management in emerging economies. She is currently affiliated with Diana International, an international research project which explores the growth strategies of women business-owners worldwide. She was a Research Fellow at Saint Petersburg State University, Russia, working on a project on student entrepreneurship supported by a grant from the Russian Science Foundation and a Visiting Professor at Kind Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, conducting research on entrepreneurship in Saudi Arabia in affiliation with the Prince Salman Institute for Entrepreneurship. Tatiana is the author of over 50 scholarly articles and book chapters, has co-authored two books and is a lead editor of a compendium of research on women in entrepreneurial ecosystems published in 2017 by Edward Elgar Publishing. She serves on the editorial boards of Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice and Journal of Business Venturing, on the Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference Board of Reviewers and is a Consulting Editor for the International Small Business Journal.


In this interactive presentation, prof Tatiana S Manolova will trace the publication path of a manuscript entitled “The Impact of Family Support on Young Entrepreneurs' Start-Up Activities: A Family Embeddedness Perspective”, coauthored with Linda F. Edelman at Bentley University and Galina Shirokova and Tatyana Tsukanova at St. Petersburg University, Graduate School of Management, and submitted at the end of 2014 to the Journal of Business Venturing, the premier journal in the area of entrepreneurship. She will discuss how they addressed the editor’s and the three reviewers’ concerns and recommendations throughout the three revision rounds. She will also offer some general comments and suggestions on how to navigate the publication process.


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