Journal of Management Studies
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Journal of Management Studies
Journal of Management Studies  
Discipline Management studies
Language English
Edited by Dries Faems, Igor Filatotchev, Don Siegel, Penny Dick, Daniel Muzio, Gerardo Patriotta, Corinne Post, Andrea Prencipe, John Prescott, Riikka Sarala, Li-Qun Wei
Publication details
Publication history
Frequency 8 issues a year
Standard abbreviations
J. Manag. Stud.
ISSN 1467-6486

The Journal of Management Studies is a peer-reviewed academic journal that was established in 1963 and is published by Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of The Society for the Advancement of Management Studies.[1] The journal publishes both conceptual and empirical papers in the field of management. Specific areas of focus include, organizational theory and behavior, strategic management, human resource management, and cross-cultural comparisons of organizational effectiveness.

The current General Editors are Dries Faems (University of Groningen), Igor Filatotchev (Cass Business School and Vienna University of Economics and Business), and Don Siegel (University at Albany, SUNY). The Associate Editors are Penny Dick (University of Sheffield), Daniel Muzio (Newcastle University Business School), Gerardo Patriotta (University of Nottingham), Corinne Post (Lehigh University), Andrea Prencipe (LUISS University), John Prescott (University of Pittsburgh), Riikka Sarala (University of North Carolina at Greensboro), and Li-Qun Wei (Hong Kong Baptist University).

Abstracting and Indexing

The Journal of Management Studies is abstracted and indexed in the Social Sciences Citation Index, Scopus, ProQuest, EBSCO, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, Research Papers in Economics, and Emerald Management Reviews.[2] The Journal of Management Studies' ISI Journal Citation Reports© 2015 Impact factor is 4.26, with a ranking of 6/120 in the category 'Business' and 12/192 in the category 'Management'.[3] The journal has a 5-year Impact factor of 6.563. The journal was also rated as an "A*" publication in the "Business and Management" category of the Australia Business Deans Council rankings[4] and as a "Category 1" journal in the CNRS rankings.[5]

Editorial Office

The Editorial Office is based at Durham University Business School, where it has been located since 2002 after moving from Leeds.

The Editorial Office team coordinates the submission, review, and publication processes for the journal. The team acts as the main point of contact between authors, editors, reviewers and the publisher, Wiley-Blackwell. The Editorial Office also organises JMS conferences, workshops, awards, and events throughout the year and provides administrative support for the Society for the Advancement of Management Studies (SAMS).[6]

JMS has an inclusive and developmental ethos and the office supports this by ensuring quality personal communication; it does not use an automated submission system. So whether it is via telephone or email, your contact with always be with a person.

JMS Awards

JMS awards prizes each year to recognise noteworthy contributions to the journal:[7]

  • The Best Reviewer Award is awarded to the reviewer or reviewers in recognition of their contribution to the development of papers at JMS in the past year. The quality and number of reviews undertaken by each reviewer for JMS are the main criteria considered for this award.[8]
  • The Best Paper Award is awarded to the author(s) of the best paper published in JMS in the past year, as voted for by the Editors of JMS. Particular emphasis is placed on papers which are quirky, edgy, and interesting.[9]
  • The Karen Legge Prize is awarded in recognition of exceptional contribution by an early career academic. Academics who have received their PhD within the last 5 years are eligible for this prize and nominations are considered.[10]

These awards are announced and presented at a reception at the annual Academy of Management conference.

Grigor McClelland Dissertation Award

In 2011 the Journal of Management Studies launched the annual Grigor McClelland Dissertation Award,[11] named after the journal's founding editor.[12] The prize recognises authors who have published particularly innovative management scholarship in their PhD thesis. The winning author receives £5,000. The award is sponsored by the Society for the Advancement of Management Studies, and presented at the annual conference of the European Group for Organizational Studies. The Award "aims to promote and recognize innovative PhD research in management and organization studies"[13] and "does not specify any preferences towards topics or methods".[14] The Award's "primary focus is to recognize and award doctoral research that is expansive and imaginative in that it covers significantly new terrain or counters existing thinking within management and organisational research".[15]


External links

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