How to Get Published in a Peer Reviewed Journal

October 13, 2018 - Author: Tom Reardon and Saweda Liverpool Tasie

5 KEY POINTS

  1. Strong introduction
  2. Conceptual framework
  3. Empirical model
  4. Your results
  5. Conclusion

 

See also:
The complete lecture:
The Art of Research Discovery and Writing Good Articles (1:17)
A video lecture by T. Reardon for the FSP Nigeria Agricultural Policy Project, October 12, 2018

Three discussions by Tom Reardon and Saweda Liverpool Tasie, for the FSP Nigeria Agricultural Policy Project, October 13, 2018

  • Discussion I: How Could You Sell a Research Idea about Nigeria to a Non-Nigerian Reviewer (9'53")
  • Discussion II: What Are Some Ways to Make the Case for your Work's Contributions to the Literature based off of Conventional Wisdoms and Using Factual Questions? (9'37")
  • Discussion III: What Are Some Ways to Apply the Toggle Switch Idea of Shock-Behavior-Outcome to Determine a Good Hypothesis to Test (9'34")


Video credit: Elisabeth Paymal

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Related Topic Areas

Nigeria


Authors

Thomas Reardon

Thomas Reardon
reardon@msu.edu

Saweda Liverpool-Tasie

Saweda Liverpool-Tasie
517-432-5418
lliverp@msu.edu

Elisabeth Paymal

Elisabeth Paymal
517 884 8662
paymalel@msu.edu


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