This invaluable source book offers guidance, support and advice for those contemplating or involved in academic careers. The contributions provide rich, personal, sometimes poignant and often humorous accounts of shared and unique experiences of those in the world of academia.

Becoming a Journal Editor

Becoming a journal editor

My vision for AMJ was that it would eventually publish the most significant empirical research in management in a way that would be accessible to members of the different specialties represented in the divisions of the Academy. I wanted AMJ to be must reading for all researchers in management and related disciplines.

Janice M. Beyer (p. 291)

I hope I've done a good job typing this parade of decision letters. I've made mistakes. I've sat on papers too long because I couldn't figure out what to say about them. I've given authors advice that I later decided was wrong. I've written decision letters that I later realized were confusing. … I think that I've done other things well. I think ...

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