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Special Issues Coming from AMLE!

Strategic Management Education: Navigating Between Different Approaches and Learning Impacts

Guest Editors
Greg Bell, University of Dallas
Igor Filatotchev, University of London and WU, Vienna
Ryan Krause, Texas Christian University

Advisory Editor
Michael Hitt, Texas A&M University

The topic of this Special Issue is strategic management education and is devoted to addressing the increasingly frequent calls for more relevant and practically applicable strategy education. Its aim is to assess the learning and knowledge transfer implications of different philosophies, designs, and approaches to strategic management education based on both the cutting edge research in the field and its highly relevant practical implications. Empirical and conceptual pieces are welcome in the following areas:

  • THE ROLE AND PLACE OF THEORY IN STRATEGY EDUCATION
  • SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND STRATEGY EDUCATION
  • ANALYSIS, DECISION MAKING, AND IMPLEMENTATION

Initial submissions should be received by March 31, 2017
Scheduled for Publication: September 2018

For more information, visit: Call for Papers: Strategic Management Education

Rhythms of Academic Life: Frost and Taylor 20 Years on

Guest Editors
Jon Billsberry, Deakin University
Michael Cohen, Deakin University
Tine Köhler, University of Melbourne
Micheal Stratton, University of North Carolina Asheville
Susan Taylor, University of Maryland at College Park

About 20 years ago, this seminal text on this subject was published. More than 50 management scholars published personal reflections on a broad range of career-related issues in this volume. We work in changing times with no great certainty about the future of our roles. The rhythm of our jobs seems markedly different to just a few years ago.

The purpose of this special issue is to explore the ways in which management academic jobs and careers are changing, the reasons for these changes, and the impact that these changes will have in the future. We want to explore these matters theoretically and empirically, and to encourage perspectives from different philosophies, designs, and approaches. Consequently, we encourage both conceptual and empirical submissions that address the jobs and careers of management educators and have no preconceptions about suitable ontologies or epistemologies.

Initial submissions should be received by September 1, 2017
Scheduled for Publication: June 2019

For more information, visit: Call for Papers: Rhythms of Academic Life

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