Publication ethics continues to be an enduring topic touching on a wide range of increasingly complicated issues. For journal editors and publishers, as well as researchers, there are concerns regarding plagiarism, data and citation manipulation, conflicts of interest, and even identifying legitimate publishing sources, among others. COPE (the Committee on Publication Ethics), of which SAGE, … Continue reading Reflections on Academic Research and Writing (Part 2): Ethical Publishing
As a blog catering to academics, researchers and practitioners, Management INK features important content on key research topics. Besides highlighting top scholarship, we (the editorial team for the blog) wish for this venue to serve as a resource to inform but also to equip and grow readers in their research and writing activities. Lately we … Continue reading Reflections on Academic Research and Writing: The Ecstasy and the Agony (Part 1)
Work issues have often taken center stage this year. From debates over raising the minimum wage, to discussions of pay equity and discrimination, workplace health risk factors and health insurance, and more, labor and work concerns are on the minds of employers, employees, unions, policy makers, and governments worldwide. On this day set aside to … Continue reading May Day: Research has much to say about challenges in the workplace.
Guest post by Camille Gamboa and Katie Baker, SAGE Public Affairs, originally posted on SAGE Press Room on 12 March 2015 Three SAGE journals score 4* world elite ranking in latest ABS Academic Journal Guide London (12 March 2015) – SAGE one of the world’s leading independent academic and professional publishers today reported more than 11 journals … Continue reading 3 SAGE journals score 4* world elite ranking in latest ABS Academic Journal Guide
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY 2015 … Continue reading Gender Issues in the Forefront on International Women’s Day
Back in the news is an issue of importance in the field of management: the gender pay gap. Fifty years after the passage of the Equal Pay Act of 1963, women continue to be paid less than men, even when accounting for factors commonly understood to affect earnings. As the U.S. Census Bureau data has … Continue reading The Gender Pay Gap
And the Oscar goes to... You may have heard that the 2015 Oscars/Academy Awards are being telecast today to a worldwide audience. At this time each year we turn our attention to the world of entertainment and how it's portrayed and studied in top research. This always yields an interesting array of articles. And here they are... 15 articles spanning … Continue reading The Oscars, Creativity and Management Research
Yesterday was #GivingTuesday, a day set aside to encourage philanthropy. Following in the footsteps of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, “Giving Tuesday” offers the opportunity to step back from the busyness, to give back and celebrate generosity during the holiday season. If retailers can tout "cyber week," then we proclaim this "giving week"! The nature of giving has changed. … Continue reading Giving through Social Media – How Has Giving Changed?
Today is Small Business Saturday® in the U.S. – a day to celebrate and support small businesses and all they do for their communities. Many are joining in with special events and discounts. Not just in the U.S., but globally, small businesses play a large part in building communities and local economies. We all can do our part … Continue reading A Day to Celebrate Small Businesses
Today we wanted to mention some great resources that are available to you. Have you visited our Leadership Solutions portal? Whether you're a student, professor, practitioner or researcher, you can... Search for a textbook by discipline or topic area Demo an e-book Read recent SAGE journal articles - Free Hear from some of the biggest names in the field Learn about … Continue reading Have we got treats for you!