Lecturer:Paresh Kumar Narayan
Room S201 (second floor), West attached building of Education Museum，Chang'an Campus
About the Lecture:
Quality publications are important. However, if no one reads and cites these papers then its relevance is questionable. Quality and impact should evolve simultaneously. Research should be something that people understand and make use of. Research should have value. Research should have practical relevance. I will discuss these issues with a focus on how to pitch your research in order to generate the type of impact (and indeed citations). A large part of my discussion will be based on my experience not only as a high cite researcher but also as an editor of multiple journals spanning over a decade.
Profile of the Lecturer:
Professor Paresh Kumar Narayan is the Alfred Deakin Professor in the Deakin Business School at Deakin University. He is also President of the Asia-Pacific Applied Economics Association, Editor-in-Chief of Economic Modelling, Managing Editor of Bulletin of Monetary Economics & Banking, and an Adjunct Professor at INCEIF (Kuala Lumpur) and IIT (Hyderabad). His research interests are in applied econometrics and financial markets. He has published over 300 papers in international refereed journals. Paresh has over 17,000 citations and a h-index of 67 in Google Scholar. He is also recognized as a Hi-Cite scholar in the Web of Science of 2018- one of only 96 worldwide in Economics and Business.