Smith, Ken G.
October 1999
Academy of Management Review;Oct99, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p611
Academic Journal
The author reflects on his experiences as the editor for the "Academy of Management Review." During his three years in the position, many changes have been made to the format of the magazine and the manuscript proposal process. He provides a diagram which shows the statistics of the submissions made to the periodical during 1998 and discusses some of the noteworthy articles that were published during the same year.


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