We have issued our call for papers for DJIM Vol. 10 and are excited to see what management graduate students have been working on lately!
The submission deadline is November 30 – it’s approaching quickly and we are encouraging any interested graduate student in the Faculty of Management to submit work they are proud of. DJIM is not your traditional academic journal either – while we do publish a lot of academic papers, we’re also open to publishing different types of work, like cases and case analyses, briefings, and whatever else you have written during your graduate program!
Publishing a paper in DJIM is an amazing experience for a graduate student. Not only would you get to publicize your hard work, it’s a great way to increase your web presence, add to your resume, and learn about the academic publishing process.
Authors from previous volumes found the DJIM process a valuable one:
- “I loved watching my work be transformed into a polished and professional paper worthy of publication.” – Nicole Bloudoff
- “Being published in DJIM is great for getting your ideas out there – people can easily find your article and it may even spark a conversation or lively debate.” – Catherine McGovern
- “DJIM didn’t change the way the world views me. DJIM changed the way I view myself.” – Alan Chorney
- “If your motivation is to get your ideas out there, read, and considered, there is no better place than the DJIM.” – Brett Taylor
We’re looking forward to reading your work and working together to disseminate new ideas, stimulate conversation and encourage learning.