Workshop Series: Mike Harvey
Developing a Personal Research Program
Based on over four decades of academic experience, Professor Michael Harvey shares his insights on how to develop a personal research agenda with the potential for long-run impact. The journey begins by reflecting on the actual goals of academic inquiry alongside an assessment of the contributions we, as researchers, have made to our respective disciplines thus far. His message calls for the cultivation of one’s field of research by advocating the role of curiosity and creativity, arguably found while working at the intersection of disciplines. The presentation speaks to seasoned academics and Research Higher Degree (RHD) students who share an interest in perspectives of the academic research/publishing world. Lunch at the Rooftop Cafe after the workshop. Join our staff, students and alumni attending workshops presented by visiting academics on their area of research expertise. For further information please contact our Workshop Administrator.
Michael Harvey (Ph.D., University of Arizona) was appointed Professor of International Business at Bond University in 2006. Equally, he holds the position of Distinguished Chair of Global Business at the University of Mississippi. Throughout his distinguished academic career he has received many awards acknowledging the high caliber of his research and quality of his teaching. During his seventeen years at Southern Methodist University he was nominated for awards on fifteen occasions. At the University of Oklahoma he received the Oklahoma Regents' Award for Superior Research and was awarded the University's Outstanding Professor Award in 1997. He has published over 250 articles, including book chapters, across the areas of Global Business, Marketing, Entrepreneurship and Education. He currently serves as the Senior Editor (International Marketing) for the Journal of World Business, and is on the Editorial Review Board of Human Resource Management among many other journals. In 2007 he was ranked as the 4th Most Productive International Business Researcher Globally out of 1,800 researchers during the decade 1996-2005. In 2008 he was ranked as the 3rd Most Productive International Business Researcher Globally in the Top IB Journals during the Decade 1992-2001.