National Centre for Family Business: STEP Conversation Series

National Centre for Family Business: STEP Conversation Series

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Campus
Venue
Online
Target Audience
Staff
Target Audience (other)
Academics in the field of family business
Is registration required?
On
Free of charge or ticket price
€50
For more information contact
stephen.browne@dcu.ie

We are pleased to welcome Prof. Donald O. Neubaum to kick off our 'STEP Conversation Series' on January 27th. Prof. Neubaum will discuss 'Learnings from the Frontline - The acceptance and rejection of papers at top tier journals'.

About Prof. Donald O. Neubaum

Donald O. Neubaum is a DeSantis Distinguished Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship at Florida Atlantic University. Previously, he was the Senior Associate Dean for Research and Faculty in the College of Business at Oregon State University. Currently, he is the Editor in Chief of Family Business Review (FBR), the top journal in the field of family business research. From 2011 to 2020, he was an Editor for Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (ETP). He also serves or has served on the editorial review boards of Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Management (JOM), Journal of Management Studies, ETP, and FBR, among others. In 2019, he served as the Chair for the Entrepreneurship Division of the Academy of Management. His work has appeared in outlets such as Academy of Management Annals, JOM, Journal of Operations Management, Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of Product Innovation Management, ETP, and FBR and has been cited over 9,600 times.

 

About the STEP Conversation Series

The STEP Conversations Series 2021 will take place every quarter, where we will be inviting a thought leader in our field (and from other fields) to share their insights on family business research. STEP Members will have an exclusive free access to all the STEP Conversation 2021 events.

The STEP Conversations Series serves multiple purposes;

  • As researchers, we can learn from senior academics on developing our scholarship.
  • Continue to unite us as a community of scholars.
  • Foster networking and potential co-authorship opportunities