Professor Hean Tat Keh of Monash University and Jin Sun of the University of International Business and Economics, Beijing recently published an article in the Journal of Service Research which is entitled "The Differential Effects of Online Peer Review and Expert Review on Service Evaluations: The Roles of Confidence and Information Convergence." We are pleased to welcome … Continue reading The Differential Effects of Online Peer Review and Expert Review on Service Evaluations
[We’re pleased to welcome back J.S. Nelson, Senior Fellow at the Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Research at Wharton, and an Advisor in the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Nelson recently published an article in the Journal of Management Inquiry entitled "The Normalization of Corruption." Notes from Nelson:] My forthcoming … Continue reading Notes on the Origin of “The Normalization of Corruption”
We’re pleased to congratulate Andrew D. Brown, Devaki Rau, Chris Robert and Li-Yun Sun, winners of Group and Organization Management's Outstanding Reviewer Award for 2015! The winners kindly provided us with some information on their backgrounds: Andrew D. Brown is Professor of Organization Studies at the University of Bath. He has previously held faculty positions … Continue reading Congratulations to Group and Organization Management’s Outstanding Reviewers!
We're pleased to congratulate Francesco Barbera, winner of Family Business Review's Outstanding Reviewer Award for 2015! Dr. Barbera graciously provided us with some information on his background: Francesco (Frank) Barbera is an Assistant Professor in Family Enterprise and the Director of the Family Enterprise Center at Stetson University in Florida. While working with the Australian … Continue reading Congratulations to Family Business Review’s Outstanding Reviewer for 2015!
The reference section of an academic work is more complex than you might think. The references not only provide validity to one's argument, but initiate meaningful discussion with the scholarly community. So how can authors ensure that their references are successful? Allison W. Pearson of Mississippi State University and Family Business Review Editor-in-Chief Pramodita Sharma … Continue reading The Art of Referencing in Scholarly Articles
We're delighted to welcome the incoming editor of Public Personnel Management, Jared J. Llorens! Dr. Lorens recently took the time to provide us with with information on his background: Jared J. Llorens is an Associate Professor and Associate Director of the Public Administration Institute at Louisiana State University. His research focuses primarily on public sector … Continue reading Introducing Public Personnel Management’s Incoming Editor!
We're pleased to welcome the incoming editor of Journal of Travel Research Geoffrey Crouch of La Trobe University! Dr. Crouch kindly provided us with some information on his background: Geoffrey Crouch is Professor of Tourism Policy & Marketing in the La Trobe Business School, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia. He is an elected Fellow in the … Continue reading Introducing Journal of Travel Research’s Incoming Editor!
[We're pleased to welcome Lucy Gilson of the University of Connecticut. Dr. Gilson is currently serving as a Senior Associate Editor of Group and Organization Management.] Much has been written about what should, and should not, be included in a review. Therefore, I would like to shift the conversation in this blog post to discuss … Continue reading Lucy Gilson on the Reviewing Experience
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)
[We're pleased to welcome Cassandra Aceves of the University of Michigan Ross School of Business and Linda Johanson, Managing Editor of Administrative Science Quarterly. Cassandra recently sat down with Linda to discuss the peer review process and what it's like to serve in the role of Managing Editor for Administrative Science Quarterly.] Republished with permission. The original … Continue reading Behind the Scenes with ASQ Managing Editor Linda Johanson