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Monday, May 15 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Reverse Engineering an Abstract FILLING

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The process of producing great research and getting it published in a high-impact venue is only half the battle. Other researchers have to be able to find your work in order to be influenced by it. By learning how databases and other search engines “see” your work, we can uncover how to craft your abstract to maximize its discoverability.

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Robert Feinberg

Professor of Economics, American University
Professor Feinberg received his BA from the University of Pennsylvania, and PhD from the University of Virginia. He taught for ten years on the faculty of Pennsylvania State University, has served as an economist with the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice and the International... Read More →
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Susan Krische

Associate Professor, Department of Accounting and Taxation, American University
Professor Krische teaches financial accounting and financial statement analysis. Her research in judgment and decision-making applies experimental and archival-empirical methods to investigate the use of financial information by investors and analysts. Susan's research has been published... Read More →
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Mary Mintz

Associate Director for Outreach, Associate Librarian, American University
Mary Mintz has been a library faculty member at AU since the early 1980s.  Her master’s paper in library science focused on enhancing vocabulary for database retrieval.  She is pleased to return to that topic in the context of the Conference on High Impact Research.  At AU she... Read More →

Monday May 15, 2017 3:30pm - 4:30pm EDT
Third Floor Classroom, Room 306