Academy of Management Learning & Education

Published quarterly in March, June, September, and December

The mission of Academy of Management Learning & Education (AMLE) is to contribute to management learning and education by publishing theory, empirical research, reviews, critiques, and resources that address the processes of management teaching and the learning that results from it. Additionally, AMLE publishes work that addresses important issues in the institutional environment and administration of business schools and their stakeholders. The journal’s emphasis is on the study of management learning and education in all types of settings—schools and universities as well as businesses and public and non-profit organizations.


AMLE Calls, Events, and Updates


AMLE Paper Development Workshop, Norway

Submission deadline: 25 August

AMD, AMLE, AMR Call for Nominations for Editors

Nomination deadline: 6 September 2022

Addressing Socioeconomic Inequalities through Management Education and Learning

For this special issue, we invite submissions to all of AMLE’s peer reviewed sections, including research and reviews, essays, and book and& resource reviews. We particularly welcome research studies based on extensive data—qualitative or quantitative—using any well-executed and rigorous methodology.

Ranked 69 out of 226 journals in the category of Management
Ranked 12 out of 267 journals in the category of Education and Educational Research

6.149 Impact Factor
7.022  Five-Year Impact Factor
Web of Science Journal Citation Report, 28 June 2022

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AMLE Research in the News

NPQ: The Bluefield Experiment in Co-op Economics; Why it Matters for HBCUs Today

NPQ: Reckoning With Slavery: Revisiting Management’s Uncomfortable Past

The Conversation: How Online Mindfulness Training Can Help Students Thrive During The Pandemic

Medium: COVID-19: What’s Next? Future of work, business, law, and education (plus, some blockchain & transparency & inspiration)

Quartz: What if the foundational theories about how to run a company have been corrupted?

Scientific American: Who created Maslow’s iconic pyramid?