Academy of Management (AOM) is committed to advancing our understanding of theory, empirical results, education, and practice in the field of management. To achieve this objective, AOM publishes six journals, two proceedings publications and AOM Insights--each of which emphasizes particular scholarly aspects. Research is published within our top leading journals as well as presented at our events, online, and translated through AOM Insights into actionable tips for the business community. All articles are peer reviewed by leading academic experts to ensure that they are verified as scientifically reliable and relevant and adhere to AOM, academic, and industry standards.
Journal issues published annually
Annual article citings
For information on submitting to one of our journals, visit Publishing with AOM.
Research presented at AOM’s Annual Meeting and Specialized Conferences is a combination of full length scholarly papers to collaborative research work in progress. Each event provides opportunities for scholars to submit , proposals for peer review and potential presentation to academic peers and management professionals.
As a follow up to each conference, Proceedings and Global Proceedings bring together a collection of the research presented, along with the abstracts and other useful information.
AOM provides several opportunities to provide assistance and guidance during the research and writing stages.
Presenting at an AOM event is often one of the first steps in developing and finding peer assistance and collaboration with research. Presenters have the benefit of feedback from fellow colleagues and networking with peers with similar interests from around the world.
AOM Insights brings the best academic research findings to managers and business leaders worldwide. Our get-right-to-the-point format transforms peer-reviewed management research from the world’s top scholars into actionable evidence for the workplace.
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Professor of Management and Organization, Johns Hopkins University
Member since 1998
“The greatest value of being an Academy member is as follows: you have a chance to do research, find research partnerships, engage thinkers, leaders in the field, and contribute to the field of management as theory, science, and practice.”
Professor of Management, University of Auckland
Member since 1992
"I value my membership in the Academy of Management because of all the friends I have made through AOM over the years, and all the interesting ideas I have read and heard from the Academy meetings and publications."