Workshop on Writing, Presenting, and Publishing Academic Papers

Event Date: September 5, 2019

Program Details

The workshop will cover the do’s and don’ts of academic writing. Dr Robert C. M. Beyer, economist, South Asia Office, World Bank will share his personal tips and tricks of how to write a good paper – and how to get it published. Rucheta Singh, consultant, South Asia Office of World Bank will talk about how to present academic research.

Agenda of the workshop:

09:30am -10:00am: Registration
10:00am-11:00am: “Research writing – do’s and don’ts”- by Dr Robert Carl Michael Beyer
11:00am-11:30am: “How to best display and present your research” – by Rucheta Singh
11:30am-12:00pm: General discussion and Q&A
12:00pm-12:30pm: Closing Remarks and Certificate Distribution
12:30pm : Lunch

SANEM encourages students, young practitioners, researchers and academicians to apply for participation. Interested individuals are requested to fill up the following Google Form to participate in the workshop.

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Selected applicants will be notified via email and phone call.

The selected participants will be required to pay a participation fee of BDT 500 via bKash.

Dr Robert C. M. Beyer is an economist at the South Asia Office of the Chief Economist at the World Bank. He is the lead author of the biannual macroeconomic update for South Asia entitled South Asia Economic Focus. Before joining the World Bank in 2016, he completed a Ph.D. at Goethe University Frankfurt and conducted research at the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund. His research focuses on empirical macroeconomics and has been published in numerous peer-reviewed journals, for example in the Journal of International Money and Finance and in Economic Policy. According to Google Scholar his papers are cited by over 100 others.

Rucheta Singh is a Consultant at the South Asia Office of the Chief Economist at the World Bank. She works on the South Asia Economic Policy Network’s operations and logistics, in additional to providing contributions to the biannual macroeconomic update, the South Asia Economic Focus. Before Joining the World Bank, she completed her MA from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, with a concentration in International Law and International Development.

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