Academy of Management Journal

The mission of Academy of Management Journal (AMJ) is to publish empirical research that tests, extends, or builds management theory and contributes to management practice. All empirical methods including, but not limited to, qualitative, quantitative, field, laboratory, meta-analytic, and mixed methods are welcome. To be published in AMJ, the research must make strong empirical and theoretical contributions and the manuscript should highlight the relevance of those contributions to management practice. Authors should strive to produce original, insightful, interesting, important, and theoretically bold research that demonstrates a significant "value-added" contribution to the field's understanding of an issue or topic.

Read the AMJ From the Editors Collection

1957

The year AMJ was first published

13

Ranking of 226 journals in the category of "Management"

10

Ranking out of 153 journals in the category of "Business"

10.194 Impact Factor
15.873 Five-Year Impact Factor

*Web of Science Journal Citation Report, 30 June 2021

Academy of Management Journal publishes bimonthly in February, April, June, August, October, and December.

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Contact the AMJ Editorial Office

Michael Malgrande
Senior Managing Editor

 


AMJ Events and Updates

Event: 28 Feb 2022

AMJ PDW: Online Workshop on Transparency and Rigor in Empirical Research

The goal of this workshop is to showcase and discuss best practices in research transparency and share advice and tips on how to approach these issues for paper submissions to AMJ.

 


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