September Issue of Family Business Review!

We are pleased to announce the September Issue of Family Business Review (FBR) is now available and free to read through the end of September! Check out the editorial, in which Senior Associate Editor Donald O. Neubaum discusses the domain of family business research and offers suggestions to future scholars. Given the fact that FBR is only in its 31st year … Continue reading September Issue of Family Business Review!

Journal of Management Education’s Editors on the Invisibility of Reviewers

For reviewers, anonymity can be both a good thing and a bad thing. While anonymous reviews allow reviewer's freedom to evaluate submissions solely based on merit, anonymity also means that reviewers are left unrecognized for their thoughtful yet time-consuming work. It would seem that this trade-off has made reviewing less of an attractive opportunity for … Continue reading Journal of Management Education’s Editors on the Invisibility of Reviewers

The Art of Referencing in Scholarly Articles

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

Business and Society Editors on the Intersection of Business and Society

Founded in 1960, Business & Society was the first journal exclusively dedicated to publishing research in the field of business and society. In their editorial from the upcoming July issue of Business & Society, editors Andrew Crane, Irene Henriques, Bryan Husted, and Dirk Matten discuss the scope of the business and society field relevant to … Continue reading Business and Society Editors on the Intersection of Business and Society

No texting, plz! :)

It can be discouraging for instructors who, after taking the time to prepare a lesson plan, find their students texting rather than taking notes in class. Educators across all disciplines and state lines are faced with the dilemma of how to respond. Is it a sign of disrespect or simply the burgeoning of a new … Continue reading No texting, plz! 🙂