The four P's of getting published

One of the first things most PhD students and early career academics want to know is how to get their papers published, preferably in a good journal. Although I don’t pretend to be the world’s greatest expert on this, I have published nearly eighty peer-reviewed articles in just over 20 years, many of which in the top journals in my field.

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So here’s my take on what is important to get your article published. For ease of recollection I have taken a leaf from my colleagues in Marketing and have come up with the four P’s of publication: perform, practice, participate, and persist.

  • Perform: submit the best paper you can
  • Practice and see feedback as a gift
  • Participate in academic networks
  • But most of all: Persist, Persist, Persist

References and other blogs on the same theme

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