Strategic Management Journal
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The Strategic Management Journal seeks to publish the highest quality research with questions, evidence and conclusions that are relevant to strategic management and engaging to strategic management scholars. We receive manuscripts with a diverse mix of topics, framings, and methods, and our acceptances reflect this diversity.
More specifically, the Strategic Management Journal seeks to publish papers that develop and/or test theory, replicate prior studies, explore interesting phenomena, and evaluate the many methodologies used in our field. SMJ also publishes studies that demonstrate a lack of statistical support in a particular sample for specific hypotheses or research propositions. We welcome a diverse range of researcher methods and are open to papers that rely on statistical inference, qualitative studies, conceptual models, computational models and various kinds of mathematical models.
SMJ: a leading journal in the field
Top Cited Article:
Rational Heuristics: The 'Simple Rules' That Strategists Learn From Process Experience
Christopher B. Bingham, Kathleen M. Eisenhardt
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The world’s leading mass impact journal for research in strategic management.
- Highly cited: In 2014, scholars in academic journals cited SMJ articles 18,882 times – #5/185 in the "Management" list; #3/115 in the "Business" list.
- High broad-based ranking: In 2014, across six key JCR scales (total citations; 2-year impact factor; 5-year impact factor, immediacy index; Eigenfactor score; article influence score), SMJ had median ranking of #6/185 in the "Management" list and #5/115 in the "Business" list; listed as a "4*" journal ("world elite journal") in 2015 by the Association of Business Schools (UK).
- World-wide reach: During 2014, more than 3,0000 different scholars based in 67 countries submitted articles to SMJ (prior 5 years: more than 6,400 unique scholars from 100 countries).
SMJ Call For Papers
Call for Papers for a Special Issue
Value Creation and Value Appropriation in the context of Public and Non-Profit Organizations
Sandro Cabral, Insper, Institute of Education and Research, Brazil
Joseph T. Mahoney, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Anita McGahan, University of Toronto, Canada
Matthew Potoski, University of California at Santa Barbara, USA
SMJ Advising Editor:
Submission Deadline: February 28, 2017
Call for Papers Information here.