Author: Norin Arshed

Publication stories: Expanding the Domain of Festival Research

Recently, I had a journal article published in the International Journal and Management Reviews titled “Expanding the Domain of Festival Research: A Review and Research Agenda”. The paper undertook a systematic literature review whereby myself and my co-authors recognised the critical role festival founder’s (entrepreneurs) play in the initiation and continuance of festivals and the importance of the wider networks in which festivals are locally embedded.

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Patience, perseverance and publications

I recently got an acceptance from a journal for my article: “Exploring the disconnect in policy implementation: A case of enterprise policy in England” but only after nearly 3 years of writing, rewriting, editing, and addressing comments from colleagues, reviewers, and the editor. No-one told me that the publication game took so much time, patience and perseverance not to mention pain. The only mantra I heard over and over again was “publish or perish” – this old adage is alive and kicking, and more often than not, keeping me awake at night!

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