Journal of Management & Organization – Special Issue – From Lynda Gratton to Simon Deakin: Thoughts on the future of self-employed work
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The Journal of Management & Organization (JMO) (ISSN 1833-3672) is an international peer-reviewed journal for timely publication of research, scholarship, educational and practitioner perspectives on management-related themes and topics. It aims to provide global perspectives on management and organization of benefit to scholars, educators, students, practitioners, policy-makers and consultants.
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The Journal of Management & Organization (JMO), which publishes on areas that address the interests of management academics worldwide, has been accepted to appear in the Thomson Scientific Social Sciences Citation Index from Volume 13(1) – 2007.
In one forum, the Journal of Management & Organization covers:
- Qualitative and quantitative empirical research articles
- Theoretical and conceptual articles
- Literature reviews – including those from theses
- Articles on management education and learning
- Practitioner perspectives and case studies
- Methodological advances – including those from theses
Article formats include, but are not restricted to, traditional academic research articles, case studies, literature reviews, approaches to teaching, learning and management development, and interviews with prominent executives and scholars. Original articles which inform management research and practice from outside the discipline – such as from psychology, education, political science, sociology, statistics and research design – will also be considered.
JMO is published by Cambridge University Press since 2013. From 2006-2012, JMO was published by eContent Management.
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Putting Faces to the Names…
Dr Tui McKeown, Editor-in-Chief
Mrs Ann Williamson, Editorial Assistant