Workshop "What we need to write a review"
Literature review is an important part of academic research in any discipline. A review can be treated as part of an article or as a standalone and independent genre - a review article. A review article aims to get insight into a landscape of views on the topic in order to generate new knowledge and new research questions in the field. At the workshop, we will discuss why we need to write a review, what key types of review articles exist, and what effective strategies can be used in the writing process. We will also deal with typical mistakes that can be made when we build a literature map for our review and prepare a review article . We will practice analyzing different types of review articles (using published samples of abstracts and introduction sections) to get a better idea of how to write a literature review.
Speaker: Natalia Tsatsenko, Ph.D. in Economics, postdoc and research fellow at the Centre for Productivity Studies, HSE University. She participated in an interdisciplinary project in the ZALF institute, Leibniz Association and was a member of SME Management Graduate School at the University of Siegen where she ran seminars for international master students. Natalia’s research interests lie in the fields of economic growth and economics development; interdisciplinarity and sustainable development; and the intersection between entrepreneurship and structural transformation.
Target audience: HSE teachers, researchers, and graduate students
Date & Time: February 20, 17:30 - 19:30