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Haskayne Business Research Resource Checklist


Where to Publish

  • Colleagues and librarians are good people to check with before publishing in an unfamiliar venue.
  • Want to learn more? The scholarly communication guide provides resources for evaluating journals/publishers.

Open Access

Funding agencies, including the Tri-Council, require that you make journal publications openly accessible.  

  • Learn how to comply.
  • Pre-prints (the version of a paper prior to peer review) can help you establish priority over a particular research discovery or method, communicate rapidly, and make your work openly accessible.  You can deposit pre-prints in a disciplinary repository or in PRISM, the University of Calgary's institutional repository.

Data Publishing

Do you wish to publish a data paper?  Does your journal require that your data be deposited in a data repository as a condition of publication?

Authors Rights

The best practice is to check on what rights the publisher will want over your work before you submit your paper for review.  

  • You can find policies for specific journals/publishers on the SHERPA/RoMEO database.
  • Learn more about your rights as an author, and access tools that can aid you in negotiating copyright agreements.

Publishing Business Cases

Haskayne has a co-branding agreement with Ivey Publishing to publish business cases with both the Ivey and Haskayne logos.

  • Author(s) receive a 15% royalty for all external sales of their business case(s);
  • The Office of the Associate Dean (Research) has access to a pool of experienced case writers available for hire, plus funding to aid in paying case writers (subject to clawback from the royalty payments). Contact Fay Wilkinson for details.
  • Resources to guide case-writing efforts and examples of published cases are available on Publish Cases with Ivey website, as well as the D2L sites HSB Research Info Centre and Case Writing Workshops.

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