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Four golden rules to guide your publication strategy

Academics are driven to publish, mostly by the hyper-competitive job market, but also by the desire to share their knowledge and shape their field. Still, the task can seem daunting, and not only for early career researchers. Even senior scholars sometimes struggle to balance the demands of teaching and service with producing research publications. While there is no silver bullet, I’d like to propose four golden rules that can smooth your path.

1. Prioritise your publication goals

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