27 March 2019

6 Insights into being a productive and happy academic author

The advice given to academics, at any stage of their career, on how to be productive is often contradictory. Drawing on the findings of his previous post and a new survey of 593 academics, Chris Smith presents 6 key insights into productive academic behaviours and suggests the key to productivity lies in developing a system of writing that is tailored to your own writing style.

https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2019/03/07/6-insights-into-being-a-productive-and-happy-academic-author/
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