Academy of Management Journal

The Academy of Management Journal – AMJ – has offered indispensable reading material for over 50 years to management scholars around the world. It is the first empirical journal of its type in the field of business management. Articles found in the AMJ expand upon, test or build theories and thus contribute to management practices through various empirical methods. These include qualitative, quantitative, meta-analytic, field and combination methods. The Academy of Management Journal articles are consistently mentioned in major business magazines, including Fortune, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Business Week and The Washington Post.

The Journal is published by the International Association for Business and Society six times during the year, typically in February, April, June, August, October and December. The publication has an impact factor of 7.817 in the category of business.

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