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2018 week 14
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PhD Research Seminar Lauren Waardenburg - 10 April
Lauren Waardenburg will present her paper titled "Digitizing crime: How the use of predictive policing influences police work practices" on 10 April at 16:00 in HG 1A43. This will be followed at 17:00 with drinks in the Basket.
For the abstract please click here.
PhD training on Research Data Management: The essentials
On Tuesday, April 24, the VU University Library will provide a training on Research Data Management (RDM) for PhD students of the School of Business and Economics.

The training will take place between 13:00-17:00 in room HG 2A-37, and is open to PhD students from all SBE departments. The maximum capacity for this training is 25 participants, so make sure to register a.s.a.p. to secure participation by sending an email to Niki Konijn (n.m.konijn@vu.nl) - latest on Tuesday, April 10.

About the Research Data Management training
Good Research Data Management (e.g. storing, sharing, archiving, describing your research data) contributes to research transparency and integrity. Due to the advance of new technologies, data volumes and numbers of files are constantly increasing. For that reason good data management is an essential part of data-driven research as well. In this workshop, we will introduce and discuss the different aspects of RDM which typically need to be covered in a data management plan (DMP), such as data description, data storage during research, sharing data with colleagues, data archiving after research and data citation. The various components of research data management will be related to the FAIR principles (that is, principles to make data Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable). We will also address the ethical and legal framework, including the General Data Protection Regulation (the new EU-law on privacy which will be in effect from May 2018).
In this training, you’ll learn why good RDM is necessary and how it can be beneficial to your research. In an interactive workshop, we will provide you with practical guidelines and instruments to manage your data properly. You will be working on a DMP for your own research, so that you can apply the things you learn to your own project.

This training requires some preparation from your side. You will be asked to read and watch information about RDM (two short articles and a website). In addition, you need to write a first draft of a DMP, which will be worked out in more detail during the workshop. Estimated time investment for the preparation: 20 hours.

What: training ‘Research Data Management: The essentials’
When: Tuesday April 24, 2018, 13.00-17.00
Where: VU campus, HG-02A37
For whom: PhD students of the School of Business and Economics
Required preparation: read information about RDM and write a first draft of a DMP
April 16 | 12:00 - 14:00 | 8A-37
ARCA Seminar | David Veenman (University of Amsterdam) | Does CEO Inside Debt Ownership Affect Financial Reporting Quality? | Register here
April 20 | 12:00 – 13:00 | HG 6A-37
ABRI Seminar Debjit Roy | Analysis of Taxi-Driver Operating Strategies in E-hailing Platforms | Register here
April 23 | 12:00 - 13:00 | Pantry 4th floor
ABRI Seminar | Jiatao Li | Paradoxical climate, top management team job-related diversity and organizational innovation | Register here
May 24 | 12:30 – 13:30 | HG 7A-37
Lunch Seminar Andreas Koenig | Why do incumbents respond heterogeneously to disruptive innovations? The interplay of domain identity and role identity | Register here
June 14 and 15 | TBA | Vrije Universiteit
3rd International Symposium On Meaningful Work | Meaningfulness and Sustainability: How Can Meaningful Work Contribute to Sustainable Ways of Doing Business? | Register here
July 9-12 | TBA | Vrije Universiteit
KIN Summer School 2018
October 5 - 7 | TBA | Brussels
2018 EFMD Job Fair for PhDs in Business and Management | Save the date




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