Call for Full Paper Reviewers
The 2016 ACERE Conference Committee invites you to participate in the evaluation and review of full paper submissions. Expressions of interest from experienced and emerging reviewers are encouraged.
- The reviewing period will be 2 November to 2 December 2015.
- Accepted papers are no longer than 15 pages.
- There is an expectation that reviewers will provide developmental feedback for each paper (at least 400 words). These comments will be sent to the authors for their reference.
To register your interest please complete this online form.
Would you like to nominate your paper for a PDS session?
What is a PDS session?
PDS sessions are expert-led roundtable discussions of selected papers that were submitted on time and the goal of PDS sessions is to facilitate in-depth quality feedback on your work in a small group setting.
What are the benefits of a PDS session?
- You will receive individual feedback by people that have read your paper
- You will have the opportunity to ask questions to leading academics
- You will have the time to enter an in-depth discussion of issues
What is expected of you?
If you decide to nominate your paper for a PDS session, rather than a normal paper presentation, please note that:
- You need to prepare a 5 minute mini-presentation of your paper (i.e., a “pitch”).
- You will be required to provide written reviews on 1-2 other PDS papers, prior to the conference.
- You are expected to actively participate in the sessions in which you are assigned a role as author or reviewer (at a minimum), although we would certainly like for you to sit in on the other sessions as well.
Read more about our PDS sessions on our website here.
Are you pursuing a PhD on an entrepreneurship-related topic? Then this is for you!
Tuesday 2nd of February 2016 – 9.00-17.30
Friday 5th of February 2016 – 13.30-15.00
The ACERE Doctoral Consortium is designed to give students the opportunity to:
- Get expert feedback on specific challenges you face in your research
- Meet leading International and Australian Entrepreneurship researchers
- Share experiences and build a network with other doctoral students
- Get first-hand experience of the review process
- Gain tips and tricks for finishing, finding a job and surviving the process
The program provides the opportunity to pitch and receive feedback on your research and any specific challenges you face in an informal discussion setting with leading scholars in the field. Hear from experts on developing and using theory and research design. You will also get key insights into what happens after the PhD from early career researchers who have started their international careers, but still have the PhD process in fresh memory.
Check out the already confirmed participating faculty and keynotes.
Co-Chairs: Anna Jenkins, The University of Queensland and Erik Lundmark, Macquarie University
For more information and to apply click here.