SYSTEM RE-ACTIVATION INFORMATION FOR YOUR AOM PUBLICATIONS
The Academy of Management has improved its content websites. The new design offers the following:
- Features specifically for academic scholars and researchers
- Mobile-friendly functionality
- Easier to find and read archived and new content
- Enhancements built on a foundation of user analysis
You will soon receive an email from Publications with re-activation and registration links to your institution's administrative interface.
For inquiries, please contact AOM Content Support.
The Academy of Management offers several options for accessing journal content. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.
Electronic subscriptions are available for all Academy of Management publications with the purchase of the print subscription for an additional cost. Currently, electronic journal subscriptions include access to issues published in the current year and one trailing year, however does not contain access to the entire historical archive.
Subscription rates may be found here.
Subscription orders for the Academy of Management Discoveries, Learning and Education, Journal, Review, Perspectives, Proceedings and newly added Annals should be directed to:
Academy of Management
P.O. Box 361
Birmingham, AL 35201-0361
Toll-Free Number: 1-(800) 633-4931
Telephone: (205) 995-1567 (Outside the U.S. and Canada)
Fax: (205) 995-1588
For libraries with a subscription to EBSCO, the Academy's journals and proceedings dating back to their inception are available via a fully electronic and searchable EBSCO aggregated products. Users can conduct simple or advanced searches to retrieve full-page images or XML full text or to view abstracts. Contents include Academy of Management Journal (AMJ) articles since 1958, Academy of Management Review (AMR) starting in 1976, Academy of Management Executive (AME) 1987-2005, Academy of Management Perspectives (AMP), starting with the 2006 issue, Academy of Management Learning and Education (AMLE) since 2002 and the Proceedings since 1954.
For libraries without a journals or EBSCO subscription, much of the Academy's journals historical content may be found on JSTOR (www.jstor.org). JSTOR is part of ITHAKA, a not-for-profit organization helping the academic community use digital technologies to preserve the scholarly record and to advance research and teaching in sustainable ways.