Call for Papers
Applied Management Journal
Vols. 22 (2021) & 23 (2022)
Applied Management Journal, Vol. 22 (formerly Current Topics in Management) is a scholarly annual journal published by the International Association for Applied Management (IAAM). If you have a full paper, note, or case study on creativity, innovation, emotional and social intelligence, organizational learning, OB, OT, SM, HRM, IB, or other related areas (prepared according to the APA style guide), please submit it to IAAM1990.COM and send it as an attached file in Word to email@example.com. Your submission will be double-blind reviewed within 3-4 weeks.
If you want to receive a complimentary copy of our journal, please send us a self-addressed and stamped ($2.63) manila envelope.
Afzal Rahim, Editor, AMJ
University Distinguished Professor, emeritus
Hays Watkins Research Fellow
Western Kentucky University
Table of Contents, AMJ, Vol. 21, 2020
1 Adventures Toward A Better Science for Managing
Kenneth D. Mackenzie
40 Increasing Diversity among Women Entrepreneurs in High Growth High Tech
Using HBCU Female Academic Entrepreneurs
82 A Model of Emotional Intelligence, Subjective Happiness, and Job Performance
103 A Conceptual Model of Leadership Aspiration using Theory of Planned Behavior
Samina M. Saifuddin, Susan D. Baker
131 Lituchy, T. R., Galperin, B. L., & Punnett, B. J. (2017). LEAD: Leadership Effectiveness in Africa and the African Diaspora. New York: Palgrave, 255 pp. $129, hardcover [ISBN 978-1-137-59119-7].
Reviewed by Jeffrey Katz & Cecile Garmon, Western Kentucky University
135 Mackenzie, K. D. (2019). Group and Organizational Processes, Volume IV: A Better Science for Managing. Saarbrucken, Germany: LAP Lambert Academic, 414 pp. $65, softcover [ISBN: 978-620-0-54842-9]
Reviewed by William H. Money, The Citadel
142 Soltanifar, H. Göcke, H. (Eds). (2020). Digital Entrepreneurship: Impact on Business and Society. Germany: Springer, 329 pp., $51.99, hardcover [ISBN 978-3-030-53913-9]
Reviewed by Rosaura A. Chacón, SRH University of Applied Sciences
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