One of the main objectives of ECN-ACEDE is to serve as a network for training, consultation, and support for researchers in the early stages of their research. To achieve this, ECN-ACEDE organizes three types of seminars to improve the quality of research. Depending on the stage of development of the research idea, these seminars are divided as follows:
- Regular Seminars: These involve presenting working papers that are in the final stage. The aim of these sessions is to enhance the theoretical framework, methods, data analysis, and contributions of an existing article before submitting it to a prestigious journal or an international conference. The sessions will last one hour, with 30 minutes for the article presentation and 30 minutes for discussion with a senior discussant.
- Development Seminars: These involve presenting research that is still in development (15 minutes) to receive feedback on how to improve the work. The discussion (45 minutes) will be conducted by other colleagues from the network as a brainstorming session, addressing the research approach, theoretical framework, methods used, robustness tests, and other aspects.
- Idea Seminars: These involve presenting early-stage ideas (10 minutes) with the aim of connecting different researchers. Additionally, these idea seminars will help outline an initial framework for the research, including choosing the appropriate theoretical framework to start with, the suitable empirical strategy, and the methods to be used, all through the discussion led by other colleagues (20 minutes).
If you want to present your work in any of these three formats, don't hesitate to register using the following form: https://forms.gle/3GuBaRTLg2KkV5Mp7.
We are looking forward to your participation!