Edited by Mike Wright, David J. Ketchen, Jr. and Timothy Clark
This expanded second edition of a classic career guide offers fascinating insight into the publishing environment for the management discipline, drawing on a wealth of knowledge and experiences from leading scholars and top-level journal editors. Responding to the continuing emphasis on publishing in the top journals, this revised, updated and extended guide offers invaluable tips and advice for anyone looking to publish their work in these publications.
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- How to Get Published in the Best Management Journals
- Figures, tables and boxes
- Chapter 1: Publishing in management: exhilaration, bafflement and frustration
- Chapter 2: The publishing process: a case study
- Chapter 3: Getting published: a view from a journal editor and journal ranker
- Chapter 4: Ethics and integrity in publishing
- Chapter 5: Sustaining a publications career
- Chapter 6: Why publish in Asian management journals?
- Chapter 7: Squeezing lemons to make fresh lemonade: how to extract useful value from peer reviews
- Chapter 8: Managing a research pipeline
- Chapter 9: Everything you always wanted to know about research impact
- Chapter 10: Positioning papers for publication
- Chapter 11: Rules of the game redux 2.0
- Chapter 12: Learning by walking through the snow
- Chapter 13: It’s all about contribution! Using the discussion to define and develop your paper’s contributions
- Chapter 14: ‘You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take’
- Chapter 15: Why I don’t want to co-author with you and what you can do about it
- Chapter 16: Are your results really robust?
- Chapter 17: The reviewers don’t like my sample! What can I do?
- Chapter 18: When being normal is not enough: a few thoughts about data, analyses and (the storm of) re-analyses
- Chapter 19: Selling your soul to the devil? Mistakes authors make when responding to reviewers
- Chapter 20: Respond to me – please!
- Chapter 21: Challenging the gods: circumstances justifying the protest of a journal rejection decision
- Chapter 22: Beginner’s muck: maximizing your paper’s chances of success with a novice editor
- Chapter 23: Publishing in the top journals: the secrets for success
- Chapter 24: Hitting your preferred target: positioning papers for different types of journals
- Chapter 25: Targeting journals: a personal journey
- Chapter 26: ‘Read the damn article’, or the appropriate place of journal lists in organizational science scholarship
- Chapter 27: Publishing in special issues
- Chapter 28: Open access and open conversations: the role of digital technologies in promoting and extending published work
- Chapter 29: Should you publish in an open access journal?
- Chapter 30: Publishing in finance versus entrepreneurship/management journals
- Chapter 31: Publishing in management journals: how is it different from economics journals?
- Chapter 32: Publishing in management journals as a social psychologist
- Chapter 33: Publishing historical papers in management journals and in business history journals
- Chapter 34: Publishing human resource management research in different kinds of journals
- Chapter 35: Publishing in top international business and management journals
- Chapter 36: Publishing at the interfaces of psychology and strategic management
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