Journal of Management Studies
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Edited By: Garry Bruton, Dries Faems, Bill Harley (General Editors); Penny Dick, Igor Filatotchev, Maddy Janssens, Gerardo Patriotta (Associate Editors); Allen Amason, Donald Bergh, Andrew C. Corbett, Charles Dhanaraj, Justin Jansen (Consulting Editors)
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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 8/111 (Business); 14/173 (Management)
Online ISSN: 1467-6486
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Grigor McClelland Award 2015
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Newly Appointed Editors
We are delighted to announce that we have appointed Garry Bruton of Texas Christian University and Don Siegel of the University of Albany as Editors. Garry will begin his term from 1st September 2014; Don will begin his from 1st January 2015.
JMS Best Paper Award
We are delighted to announce Robert P. Wright, Sotirios E. Paroutis, and Daniela P. Blettner as the winners of the 2013 Best Paper Award.
JMS Best Reviewer Revealed
We are delighted to announce Denis Gregoire as the winner of JMS' 2013 Best Reviewer Award. We thank him for the outstanding guidance he has offered our authors.
Karen Legge Prize
We are delighted to announce Markus Höllerer, Australian School of Business, as the winner of the 2013 Karen Legge Prize.
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JMS Classic Articles
In the JMS Classic Article Series, we invite a new generation of scholars to reflect on some of the groundbreaking articles published in JMS over our 50 year history.
The latest set of Classic Articles re-evaluate Hugh Willmott's ground-breaking 1993 paper ‘Strength is ignorance; slavery is freedom: managing culture in modern organizations’.
Point Counterpoint Debates
The latest JMS Point Counterpoint debates are available FREE in volume 50, issue 1. This set of papers address the perceived lack of innovative theory development in management studies, and explore how to foster creative new research in the field.
JMS Best Paper Award
2013 Best Paper (Awarded in 2014)
How Useful Are The Strategic Tools We Teach In Business Schools?
Robert P. Wright, Sotirios E. Paroutis, and Daniela P. Blettner
2012 Best Paper (Awarded in 2013)
Solving the Entrepreneurial Puzzle: The Role of Entrepreneurial Interpretation in Opportunity Formation and Related Processes