BAM Journals


Leading Journals from the British Academy of Management


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British Journal of Management (BJM)

About the Journal

The British Journal of Management (BJM) is the official journal of the British Academy of Management. Included in the Social Sciences Citation Index, it is an important outlet for high quality papers across a range of disciplines and functional areas of management. Published quarterly it welcomes papers that make inter-disciplinary or multi-disciplinary contributions, as well as research from within the traditional disciplines and managerial functions.

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Douglas Cumming
Florida Atlantic University, USA

Pawan Budhwar
Aston University,UK

International Journal of Management Reviews (IJMR)

About the Journal

As the first reviews journal in the field of business management, the International Journal of Management Reviews (IJMR) is an essential reference tool for business academics and MBA students alike. The journal covers all the main management sub-disciplines - from accounting and entrepreneurship to strategy and technology management. Each issue includes state-of -the-art review articles which examine all the relevant literature published on a specific aspect of the sub-discipline.

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Katherine Bailey
King's College London 
Dermot Breslin
 University of Sheffield Management School

Access the BAM journals

Online Access

From 2012, BAM will move towards online-only access to BJM and IJMR. The move will enable BAM and its publishers, Wiley Blackwell, to invest more in exclusive online resources for its journals, adding greater value to your BAM experience. It also means we will be offering a more environmentally friendly service to our members.

If you are a BAM member, please log in and click here for details on how to access journal content.

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Mobile App for BAM Journals

Wiley has recently launched a mobile app for each of the British Academy of Management journals: British Journal of Management and International Journal of Management Reviews.

Both apps are free to download from Apple’s iTunes app store: simply search for them within the app store using each journal’s full title. Please note that Android versions are also in development, and will be available in 2015.

Once downloaded, the apps appear in the iOS Newsstand.

All BAM members will have access to the full text of articles within the apps, using their Wiley Online Library username and password. A Wiley Online Library account is required to unlock subscribed journal content in the app.

BAM on the go!

For the first time, you can access the BAM journals you love in app form! Enjoy an enhanced browsing and reading experience with quick navigation and convenient access to articles anytime, anywhere. You can customize your content alerts, read off line, and sync BAM content across all devices via iCloud.

British Journal of Management                             

International Journal of Management Reviews

Subscribe to JMS

All members are entitled to a JMS subscription at a reduced rate of £20.

International in scope and readership, the Journal of Management Studies is a multidisciplinary journal, publishing articles on organization theory and behaviour, strategic and human resource management - from empirical studies and theoretical developments to practical applications.

Read more about JMS here

BAM Members' Online Journal Resources

There are a number of ways BAM Members can experience BJM and IJMR journal content online:

Online Access

Online access to all BJM and IJMR articles from volume 1, issue 1 onwards, through the user-friendly Wiley Online Library platform, where you can read full articles, quickly locate related content, and click through to full references.


Early View Content - Read in advance of print

Early view content from both journals is now published on the BAM Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin pages, as well as displaying on the frontpage of Make sure you follow us to read the latest journal papers published online in advance of print.

Special Interest Group (SIG) online e-journals

Want to find influential research published in the BAM journals relevant to your specialist area of study?

We believe that active engagement with BAM's Special Interest Groups enables you to get the most out of your BAM membership. Now, to add value to your BAM experience, BJM and IJMR have launched bespoke online issues for every SIG, giving you a comprehensive collection of articles in your field of research - click here to access the e-journals.

BJM Methodology Corner

2011 marked the launch of BJM’s Methodology Corner, in which we publish accounts of innovative methodological developments in the management field.

Example Content from the Methodology Corner:

A Context-sensitive Approach to Analysing Talk in Strategy Meetings
Ian Clarke, Winston Kwon, Ruth Wodak

BJM welcome articles for Methodology Corner, which present a new contribution to our understanding of methods and methodological issues in the management field.

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IJMR Teaching and Learning Guides

IJMR is pleased to launch our Teaching & Learning Guide series.

Each guide accompanies an IJMR article, and features materials to support advanced teaching: helping teachers to teach, and students to learn.

Read example guides:

Performance Measurement: Challenges for Tomorrow

Loyalty Programmes: Current Knowledge and Research Directions

Collaborative Innovation with Customers: a Review of the Literature and Suggestions for Future Research

Diversification and performance in developed and emerging market contexts

The Internationalization of Chinese Firms: A Critical Review and Future Research



Your BAM membership will now also include email alerts to ensure that you never miss the journals’ latest issues and citation alerts sent from the from the Wiley Online Library.