Fantasy Pitching V: Doraemon, Handshaking, Spiders, Misery …

Faff, Robert and Walsh, Kathy and Deng, Zhiming and Dhawan, Anirudh and Dong, Yue and Dronova, Natalia and Duong, Hung and Gain, Alexandria and Guan, Rongjun and Guo, Jerry and Holm, Lars and Klein, Kerstin and Kolouchova, Daniela and Krupka, Lukas and Kusz, Lawrence and Lee, Alex and Liu, Anqi and Mehrotra, Vishal and Mohan, Ritu and Pokorny, Lukas and Qvist-Sorensen, Peter and Prochazka, David and Raut, Sneha Harichandra and Stevens, Elle and Sun, Wei and Thomas, Alice and Tiwari, Milind and To, Marie and Wang, Andrew and Wang, Jenny ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0626-1538 and Wang, Qi and Wardhany, Nur and Westermann, Steffen and Yin, Shixin and Zhong, Zheming (2018) Fantasy Pitching V: Doraemon, Handshaking, Spiders, Misery …. SSRN. pp. 1-52.


Abstract

Fantasy Pitching V follows in the footsteps of four earlier fantasy pitching exercises: Faff, Ali, et al. (2016); Faff, Wallin et al. (2016); Faff, Carrick, et al (2017) & Faff, Baladi, et al (2017). Like all prior versions, the current paper challenges teams of novice researchers to use the framework of Faff’s (2015, 2017a) pitching research template, in a time constrained setting, to pitch fictitious research projects. The contexts reported in the current paper come four different settings: (a) a PhD course run at the University of Economics, Prague (April 2017); (b) UQ Summer Research Scholar cohort, 2017-18; (c) AFDEN and (d) FIRN PhD courses on the 'Research Process'. The fantasy application of the 'pitching' approach provides a low stress environment for appreciating and exploring the underlying philosophy of the pitching research tool. Herein, we share the fruits of thirteen fantasy teams relating to: (a) Handshaking habits I; (b) Handshaking habits II; (c) Warm ice-cream; (d) Misery vs. happiness; (e) income equality; (f) Air pollution; (g) Divorce; (h) Doraemon; (i) Toupee power; (j) Lego; (k) Spiders; (l) Fashion; and (m) Crime.


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Date Deposited: 06 May 2022 00:46
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Uncontrolled Keywords: pitching research; fantasy pitching; pitching template; peer-to-peer learning; team pitching
Fields of Research (2020): 38 ECONOMICS > 3801 Applied economics > 380108 Health economics
35 COMMERCE, MANAGEMENT, TOURISM AND SERVICES > 3502 Banking, finance and investment > 350299 Banking, finance and investment not elsewhere classified
38 ECONOMICS > 3801 Applied economics > 380101 Agricultural economics
38 ECONOMICS > 3801 Applied economics > 380110 International economics
38 ECONOMICS > 3803 Economic theory > 380301 History of economic thought
38 ECONOMICS > 3801 Applied economics > 380105 Environment and resource economics
38 ECONOMICS > 3801 Applied economics > 380107 Financial economics
URI: http://eprints.usq.edu.au/id/eprint/47517

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