NARTI Annual Doctoral Conference 2020

9:00am - 5:00pm / Monday 15th June 2020
Type: Conference / Category: Research
  • Suitable for: Business and Management PhD students
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Dream, Plan, Achieve: Researching to Make a Difference
15 and 16 June 2020, Management School, University of Liverpool
University of Liverpool Management School and Liverpool Business School, in association with NARTI and ESRC

Dream, Plan, Achieve: Researching to Make a Difference. As we enter the new decade, scholars at the cusp of their careers are increasingly encouraged to make a difference with their research both in doing something novel and innovative in terms of theory, but also to make an impact with their research beyond the confines of scholarly journals.

NARTI Annual Doctoral Conference 2020 seeks to embrace this challenge and opportunity to make a difference both within and beyond academia and will focus on PhD student's scholarly and career development by providing a supportive and engaging environment to develop research ideas, potential contributions and future career goals. Submissions are welcomed from across the broad disciplinary area of Business and Management. Taking place from 15-16 June 2020 within the School, the event will be open to all doctoral students across the UK, with doctoral students within NARTI institutions and/or the NWSSDTP receiving first preference.

The call for papers is open until 28 February 2020. Find out more