British Journal of Management
© British Academy of Management.
Edited By: Mustafa Özbilgin
Impact Factor: 1.516
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 44/113 (Business); 61/168 (Management)
Online ISSN: 1467-8551
Associated Title(s): International Journal of Management Reviews
Recently Published Issues
BJM Special Issues
Latest Special Issues:
Managing Performance in Global Crisis
Guest Editors: Vinh Sum Chau, Howard Thomas, Stewart Clegg, Alicia S. M. Leung
BAM 25th Anniversary Issue
Guest Editor: by Peter McKiernan
Understanding Ethical Behavior and Decision Making in Management: A Behavioural Business Ethics Approach
Guest Editors: David De Cremer, Rolf van Dick, Ann Tenbrunsel, Madan Pillutla, J. Keith Murnighan
New Online Resources for SIGs
Active engagement with BAM's Special Interest Groups enables you to get the most out of your membership. Now, as an additional member benefit, BJM and IJMR have launched online issues for every SIG, giving you a comprehensive collection of articles in your field.
BAM Conference 2013
Every year BAM holds a conference that acts as a confluence of leading management academics and practitioners from around the world.The 2013 conference will be held from 10th - 12th September 2013, and will be hosted by the University of Liverpool Management School.
BJM's Impact Factor Rises!
We are delighted to announce that BJM's impact factor rose in the latest Journal Citation Reports - it now stands at 1.516.
Teaching & Learning Guides Now Live
BJM have now launched our Teaching & Learning Guide series, featuring expert materials to support advanced teaching.
Best Reviewer Revealed
We are delighted to announce Ahu Tatli as the winner of BJM’s 2012 Best Reviewer prize. Ahu's insightful and supportive guidance has enabled authors to substantially improve their papers. We thank her for her outstanding feedback.
BJM Best Reviewer, Ahu Tatli (centre) with Editor-in-Chief, Mustafa Özbilgin (left), and Wiley’s Senior Commissioning Editor, Hester Tilbury (right).
Editor's Choice Articles
Read a selection of BJM's leading articles, handpicked by the editor:
How Innovative are UK Firms?
Giuliana Battisti, Paul Stoneman
The Prevalence of Destructive Leadership Behaviour
Merethe Schanke Aasland, Anders Skogstad, Guy Notelaers, et al.
Cooperation, Trust and Performance – Empirical Results from Three Countries
Matthias Fink, Alexander Kessler
A Post-crisis Critical Reflection on Business Schools
Graeme Currie, David Knights, Ken Starkey