Apologies for cross-postings!
Together with my colleagues Dr. Sandy Lim and Dr. Jaclyn Jensen, I'll be editing the Handbook of Counterproductive Work Behavior, which will be published by Edward Elgar Publishing. In that context, we're planning to include one or possibly two chapters involving replications of research on counterproductive work behavior.
If you're interested in contributing a chapter on this topic, we'd love to hear from you! To that end, please consider this email a Call for Proposals (brief ones!). By October 1, 2022, could you please send us the following information?
Please send the above information to all the editors (i.e., firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, and firstname.lastname@example.org). We will respond within a few weeks with constructive feedback and information regarding whether we will be able to incorporate your proposed chapter in the handbook.
Here is some additional information about the handbook:
Once the handbook is published, each contributing author may choose to receive either one hardback copy of the handbook or else one complimentary digital copy of the handbook along with a PDF of their own chapter.
We have set June 15, 2023, as the due date for submitting the full draft of each chapter, giving you ample time to think, collect data, and write. Chapters should be 8,000-10,000 words in length all inclusive, and should include the following elements:
After receiving and reviewing the draft of your chapter, we may request revisions aimed at correcting any errors and at improving clarity and organization as well as fit with the overall handbook. We are planning for final versions of the chapters to be due in January 2024.
Please let us know if you have any questions!
Reeshad (on behalf of the editor team)