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Join us for a Free PDW: Writing for Academy of Management Perspectives

  • 1.  Join us for a Free PDW: Writing for Academy of Management Perspectives

    Posted 10-18-2020 18:11

    Entrepreneurship Research has a great opportunity to impact policy!

    Have you ever been interested in writing for https://journals.aom.org/journal/amp. Click or tap if you trust this link.">Academy of Management Perspectives, but didn't know where to start?

    Have you been looking for a co-author to partner with that may have a similar interest in making policy contributions?

    Perhaps you have a gift for seeing how advances in management theory and evidence can help inform public policy.

    If so, then this online workshop is for YOU!

    The Midwest Academy of Management cordially invites you to attend a FREE Professional Development Workshop being hosted by Academy of Management Perspective's Editor, Phillip H. Phan and the Midwest Academy of Management in conjunction with our annual conference. 

    Whether you had intended to participate in our online conference (Deadline for conference registration is OCT 21  http://www.mwaom.org/. Click or tap if you trust this link.">www.mwaom.org) or not, you can still participate in this free workshop. 

    WHEN: MONDAY, OCT 26th 12:30 PM CDT  

    TO register for this special session:  https://form.jotform.com/202895593102154. Click or tap if you trust this link.">https://form.jotform.com/202895593102154

    ABOUT AMP: 

    AMP's mission is to publish papers with policy implications based on management research. AMP articles leverage management theory to understand contemporary behavioral, socioeconomic, and technological trends, highlighting their implications for the public interest or relying on a strong evidence base of empirical findings to inform public policy. Authors develop connections between management evidence and public policy concerns by (i) critically assessing the impact of management theory and research on public policy; (ii) summarizing empirical evidence to emphasize their policy implications; (iii) identifying policy concerns that should motivate the development of new management theory and research; and/or (iv) establishing a research agenda that informs public policy.

    Journal Metrics: Impact Factor, 5.098 | 5-Year IF, 7.714 | #28 of 226 journals in the category of "Management" | #24 of 152 journals in category of "Business"
    *Web of Science Journal Citation Report, 29 June 2020 



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    Ronda Smith
    Membership Chair, Midwest Academy of Management
    Short Paper Track, Co-Chair - MAM Virtual Conference 2020
    Assistant Professor of Management
    Ball State University
    rmsmith@bsu.edu
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