Submissions

AOM journals accept submissions for both regular publications and special issues. Special issue submissions should conform to the theme or subject matter of the special issue. Please see below for more information regarding journal-specific submission procedures and current call for submissions. 

Specific Journal Information


Open Calls

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AMP Call for Special Issue Proposals

Submission deadline: 1 June 2022. The AMP editorial team will make final decisions by 1 July 2022.
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AMD Special Research Forum: The Human Side of the Future of Work

In management, research on this topic includes alternative work arrangements, telecommuting, artificial intelligence, work and employment policy, generational differences in values, and more.
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AMLE Call for Special Issue Proposals

Submission deadline: August 1 2022 for AMLE special issue proposals for publication in 2025. We will select one special issue for each year.
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AMR Special Topic Forum - Theorizing Time in Management and Organizations

We envision this special issue as providing deeper understanding of time to clarify and enhance knowledge that can explain phenomena important to management studies.
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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.
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AMD Special Research Forum: A Whole Different Ball Game—Exploring the Modern Organizational Context Through the Lens of Sports

Sports represent a microcosm of society that both embodies and reflects the broader societal context in which they operate. For example, the ubiquity of sports, sports figures, and the sports calendar have drawn attention to the #BlackLivesMatter and #MeToo movements, employee COVID-19 vaccine mandates, and other social and political issues.
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AMD Discoveries-through-Prose

Discoveries-through-Prose empower authors to craft their manuscripts in nontraditional ways that make for tighter, more engaging narratives.
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Registered Reports

In cases in which results (whether present or not) may have important theoretical or practical implications, scholars are encouraged to follow a Registered Report submission approach.
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