The simple answer is yes – at the heart of many successful academic books lies research conducted as part of a PhD.
In the majority of cases, PhD research is published in the form of journal articles.
Using parts of a PhD thesis in a book requires that ongoing and/or collaborative research is being conducted.
Do you need a PhD to publish research?
Submitting an academic paper for publication (and potentially getting it accepted) does not require any qualifications whatsoever. You don’t need a PhD; you don’t even need to have gone to college. However, if you can figure out how to do it without a PhD, then your lack of a PhD will not be held against you.
What is PhD by publication?
PhD by prior publication/portfolio. The award allows people who have not followed the traditional academic route towards a PhD to obtain academic recognition for having undertaken and produced research, and developed their research skills and subject knowledge to doctoral level.
How many papers do PhD students publish?
If you want to get in the National Academy of Science, you’re probably going to need to publish a LOT over the course of your career. So getting them out early will only benefit your career. Esp if they’re high quality papers. An average postdoc should publish 2-3 papers per year.
How many research papers are required for PhD?
The committee – consisting of two people from the humanities field and two from the sciences – was constituted by the UGC last year. According to current UGC regulations, a PhD student is required to publish at least one paper in a peer-reviewed journal before thesis submission.