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Journal of Management

A journal which publishes scholarly articles dealing with any area represented within the domain of the Academy of Management and/or the Southern Management Association.

Journal of Management Studies

Refereed articles that advance knowledge and address practice in the areas of organization theory, strategic management and human resource management aimed at managers and academics.

Academy of Management Review

Articles selected through anonymous review, reviews, syntheses, applications and critiques focused on organizational and management theory aimed at members of the Academy of Management.

Academy of Management Journal

Original articles and research notes that develop, test or advance management theory and practice for members of the Academy of Management.

Harvard Business Review

Written for upper level management. Presents analysis of management problems and helpful commentary on advanced thinking and practice in all fields of management and administration.

California Management Review

Focused on bridging communication between those who study management and those who practice it.

Strategic Management Journal

Original material concerned with all aspects of strategic management, book reviews, communications, editorial comments and invited papers on practices and developments in strategic management; forum for advancing strategic management theory and practice.

Long Range Planning

Long Range Planning is a scholary journal in the field of strategic management. It features articles which offer original research that bridge the gap between academia and practice.

Journal of International Business  Studies

The official publication of the Academy of International Business,  publishing papers of significant interest that contribute to the theoretical basis of business and management studies. The Journal of International Business Studiesí broad scope and developmental editorial policies create accessible, thought-provoking content for the general academic business community.

Management International Review

Management International Review publishes research-based articles that reflect significant advances in the key areas of International Management. Its target audience includes scholars in International Business Administration

International Business Review

The journal provides a forum for academics and professionals to share the latest developments and advances in knowledge and practice of international business. It aims to foster the exchange of ideas on a range of important international subjects and to provide stimulus for research and the further development of international perspectives. The international perspective is further enhanced by the geographical spread of the contributors.

Journal of World Business

The Journal of World Business publishes manuscripts that are broad in scope, but demonstrate keen insights into problems facing the professional practitioner as well as the academician. With specifically designated editorial review boards to recognize the importance of contributions from the Pacific Rim and Europe, the structure of the editorial team has a keen understanding of problems facing the global manager in four areas: human resource management, leadership, marketing, and strategic management.

Journal of International Management

The Journal of International Management is devoted to advancing an understanding of issues in the management of global enterprises, global management theory, and practice; and providing theoretical and managerial implications useful for the further development of research. It is designed to serve an audience of academic researchers and educators, as well as business professionals, by publishing both theoretical and empirical research relating to international management and strategy issues. JIM publishes theoretical and empirical research addressing international business strategy, comparative and cross-cultural management, risk management, organizational behavior, and human resource management, among others. JIM also solicits literature reviews and critiques that include a guide for improved theory and international management research as well as contributions that advances educational methodology in the range of international management fields.



     



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