At AMP we seek to publish articles that raise debates and increase the discussion in the Academy.
Thus, empirical articles driven principally by theory should go to AMJ. The development of new theory should go to AMR. Potential authors should also note that AMP articles are aimed at the non-specialist academic reader, not practicing managers. All articles are fundamentally based on research evidence, which can be quantitative or qualitative, but not on opinion. AMP is open to the wide range of topics represented within the Academy of Management, although special attention will be given to manuscripts with broad appeal to the "thought leader" audience. As a result, manuscripts that focus on issues that are of interest mainly to practicing managers will be a low priority.
For further clarification, please contact a member of the editorial team.
View the AOM Ethics policy page, which includes the Academy of Management Code of Ethics and detailed Procedures and Inquiry requests.