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Roadmap to a successful PhD in Business & Management and the Social Sciences.'

De Vita, G., Begley, J. and Bowen, D (2021)
Peter Lang: Oxford
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orsements from reviewers:
► A riveting, inspiring read … the book sets a new benchmark for advising on how to get a PhD leaving no stone unturned even in the most sensitive
areas of the PhD student - supervisor relationship.

Professor Constantinos Alexiou, Cranfield University

► De Vita, Begley and Bowen have masterfully reimagined the commonplace PhD manual in this witty, scholarly, and compellingly readable guide on how to successfully complete a doctorate.
Dr K. Sandy Kyaw, Cardiff Metropolitan University


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The Making of Doctoral Supervisors
International Case Studies of Practice

Edited by Stan Taylor, Durham University, UK, Margaret Kiley, Australian National University, and Karri A. Holley, University of Alabama.

With a wide range of international contributors, this book surveys how the main doctoral awarding countries across the globe define criteria for the eligibility of supervisors. It compares and contrasts their approaches, comments upon their robustness and identifies examples of good practice. Written by a distinguished international team of authors, The Making of Doctoral Supervisors will be of interest to all those engaged in doctoral education including policy-makers, programme leaders, supervisors, administrators, and scholars in the field.
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