For those seeking to boost research productivity, publish, and expand co-author network: X-Culture Research Hackathon.
You may have heard about the X-Culture Project.
About 5,000 people working in 850 global virtual teams from 40+ countries participate in the project every semester. The teams are closely observed and the project generates tons of data. We track over 2,000 variables; longitudinal, multi-level, multi-source, multi-method data. The data are suitable for studying just about any aspect of teamwork, international collaboration, org. behavior, and international business.
Think about it as a giant virtual research lab.
We believe in open collaboration, so we share our data.
More on our data and principles of collaboration here: https://x-culture.org/for-researchers/data/
To boost our research productivity and collaboration, X-Culture organizes regular research HACKATHONS, a.k.a. Paper Development Conference.
Four-day, non-stop paper development marathon. You return home with a clear paper idea, co-authors, initial results, feedback, and a draft of paper.
More on the X-Culture Research Hackathon concept here: https://x-culture.org/hackathon/
June 21-24, in Lacrosse, WI (University of Wisconsin-La Crosse campus)
That’s right before the Academy of International Business meeting in Minneapolis (June 25-28, 2018).
We provide transportation from and back to Minneapolis.
$425, covers everything, including lodging, food, transportation to and from Minneapolis.
January 1, 2018.
FUNDING FROM UNIVERSITY:
The event is organized as a conference. You will have to submit a paper abstract and present your research. So you can apply for funding from your university as you would for any other conference.
>> MORE INFO & APPLY: https://x-culture.org/2018-research-conference/
Dr. Justin Kramer, [log in to unmask]
Dr. Vas Taras
Associate Professor of International Busienss
Bryan School of Business and Economics
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
POB 26165, Greensboro, NC 27402-6165
[log in to unmask]