The comments you receive on your Academy Meeting papers are intended solely for your own information. They are designed to assist you in revising your paper for possible submission to a journal at a later time, for example. Authors are expected to present the paper that was submitted. If, however, you do decide to present a revised paper, as a common courtesy, please send the revision to the Discussant and Chair (or Facilitator) giving them enough time to prepare their own remarks on the paper that will be presented.
Articles in this section
- Who Accepts Scholarly Papers and Symposia?
- Where can I submit my workshop proposal, paper, or symposium?
- What is an All-Academy Theme Session?
- What are the components of the Annual Meeting Program?
- What are some of the highlights and main events at the Annual Meeting?
- What are Showcase Symposia?
- What are Discussion Paper Sessions?
- What are Academy Caucuses?
- As first time presenters at the Academy meeting, my co-author and I are revising our paper according to the reviews received. We wondered how extensive (or minimal) the revisions should be?
- How do I volunteer to be a reviewer?