How to produce highly visible research: Useful tips for researchers

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While research is the central part of a researcher’s life, producing high-impact work by engaging in multidisciplinary and collaborative research is an added demand to the already substantial workload. This idea of multidisciplinary collaboration leading to impact raises multiple questions like how to approach multidisciplinary and collaborative work, how this is relevant to the society and importantly, how does this contribute to an individual’s research impact (especially in terms of citations).

This module aims to answer all these questions while sharing data and insights on how the multidisciplinary background and internal and external collaborations affects an individual’s citation impact. It also illustrates how early-career and established researchers should conduct research in order to attract more citations. You will come away with the exact science behind collaborations and how you can make the most of them.

About the presenter

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Mustapha Belkhouja
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Associate Professor at Grenoble Ecole de Management

Dr. Mustapha Belkhouja is Associate Professor at Grenoble Ecole de Management. His current research topics focus on the determinants of academic visibility, reputation and international business. His work has appeared in Research Policy, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Computational Economics, Economic Modelling, Strategic Organization, and M@n@gement.

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Hyungseok (David) Yoon
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Assistant Professor at Leeds University Business School, University of Leeds

Dr. Hyungseok (David) Yoon is Assistant Professor at Leeds University Business School, University of Leeds. His research interests are social evaluations in knowledge-intensive industries, liability of foreignness, and technological learning in megaprojects. His research has appeared in leading journals such as Research Policy, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Technovation, and Journal of Business Research.

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