The August special issue of ILR Review is now available and open to access for the next 30 days! Included in the special issue on Work and Employment Relations in Health Care are papers that discuss the relationship between nurse unions and patient outcomes, the effect of electronic health record adoption on physician productivity, and the impact nurse … Continue reading ILR Review Special Issue: Work and Employment Relations in Health Care
We're pleased to announce that The American Economist is now online with a new, special March 2016 issue! The special issue takes a look back at some of The American Economist's most influential articles, each with a new Editor's Introduction. Editor-in-Chief Paul Grimes introduces the special issue: This edition of The American Economist marks a new chapter in the history of … Continue reading The American Economist Is Now Online!
The November 2015 issue of Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies is now available to read for free for the next 30 days! In addition to regular issue articles, this edition includes a section with Midwest Academy of Management Special Issue Articles. Articles include interviews with Fred Luthans and Andrew H. Van de Ven as … Continue reading Read Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies November Issue!
Republished with permission. The original post was published on the Center for Services Leadership blog. *** Interview with Laurel Anderson and Amy Ostrom, Editors of the Special Issue of Journal of Service Research, Transformative Service Research: A Multidisciplinary Perspective on Service and Well-being In August of this year Journal Service Research published a highly anticipated special … Continue reading Transformative Service Research: A Multidisciplinary Perspective on Service and Well-being
Journal of Management invites scholars to submit research for an upcoming Special Issue entitled "Global Work in the Multinational Enterprise: New Avenues and Challenges for Strategically Managing Human Capital Across Borders." The issue will be guest edited by David Allen of Rutgers University, Yih-teen Lee of IESE Business School at University of Navarra and Sebastian … Continue reading Journal of Management Seeks Papers on Global Work in the Multinational Enterprise
Family Business Review is currently accepting proposals for a Special Issue entitled "Process and Variance in Family Business Research." This Special Issue will be guest edited by Jon C. Carr of Texas Christian University, G. Tyge Payne of Texas Tech University and Allison W. Pearson of Mississippi State University. The journal seeks manuscripts that (1) … Continue reading Calling for Papers on Process and Variance Methods in Family Business Research!
Is goal attainment more likely when the coach or the client initiates goal and task statements? Can a coach’s transformational and transactional leadership behavior help explain the differences between dyadic and group coaching? What limitations to the ethical codes of conduct do executive coaches face? You can read about these topics and more in the … Continue reading Read the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science’s Special Issue on Illuminating the Scholarship of Coaching for Free!
International Journal of Business Communication invites scholars to submit manuscripts for a special issue on Social Collaboration and Communication. The special issue is being edited by Peter Cardon at the Center of Management Communication in the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California With increasing adoption of enterprise social networking platforms and … Continue reading Do You Have Research on Social Collaboration and Communication?
What are the causes and consequences of workplace boredom? Can the schema theory offer fresh insights into how psychological contracts are formed? What is the value of considering variance in the type of creativity found in creative ideas? You can find the answers to these questions and more in Group and Organization Management's 2015 Conceptual … Continue reading Read Group and Organization Management’s Special Conceptual Issue for Free!
Were Krause and Méndez correct that voters punish corrupt political candidates? Do Toya and Skidmore's economic variables actually make a difference in the number of deaths and damages from natural disasters? Does the millionaires' tax really have no effect on the migration of the wealthy as reported by Young and Varner? These studies and more … Continue reading Read Public Finance Review’s Special Issue on Replications in Public Finance for Free!