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DEADLINE EXTENDED TO THE 5TH JANUARY - Call for Applications for Co-Editors-in-Chief of BJM and Co-Editor-in-Chief of IJMR

18th October 2018

The British Academy of Management are seeking to appoint two Co-Editors-in-Chief of the British Journal of Management and one Co-Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Management Reviews commencing from January 2020. 

 

British Journal of Management

The British Academy of Management (BAM) is seeking to appoint two Co-Editors-in-Chief for the British Journal of Management (BJM) to take effect from January 2020 when Professors Pawan Budhwar and Geoffrey Wood step down at the end of their second term of office. The term of office is for 3 years in the first instance with the possibility of a renewal. There will be a transition period to support the incoming editors, as the current Co-Editors-in-Chief move out of their role.

BJM is currently in its 29th volume and has established an excellent reputation for publishing high quality articles across the full range of business and management disciplines. Its impact factor currently stands at 3.059 and it is positioned within the upper tier of European based journals, being ranked 39/140 in business and 54/209 in management; it is ranked 4 in the Chartered ABS Journal Guide. Under the recent editorships, professional editorial processes have been introduced with the consequence that submissions, electronic downloads and readership have all increased significantly.

In seeking new Co-Editors-in-Chief, BAM is looking for someone with a clear vision for the journal, enthusiasm, excellent organizational skills and the appropriate scholarly knowledge and standing to maintain and further develop the international reputation of BJM. BAM seeks Co-Editors-in-Chief from a diverse range of backgrounds, institution types and geographical regions. We particularly welcome applications from groups previously under-represented, including women, people from black and ethnic minority backgrounds, and disabled people.

Further particulars are available at www.bam.ac.uk or by contacting Madeleine Barrows at the BAM office (mbarrows@bam.ac.uk). Applicants can contact Emma Bell (emma.bell@open.ac.uk) or Nelarine Cornelius (n.cornelius@qmul.ac.uk), Co-Vice Chairs of the BAM Research and Publications Committee, for an informal discussion of the nature of the editorial task and support that BAM gives its Editors.

Application should be made by sending a CV and covering letter to Madeleine Barrows, CEO, British Academy of Management at mbarrows@bam.ac.uk by noon onSaturday 5th January 2019. Interviews with the BAM Research and Publications Committee appointments panel will take place in London in January 2019.
 

International Journal of Management Reviews

The British Academy of Management (BAM) is seeking to appoint one Co-Editor-in-Chief for the International Journal of Management Reviews (IJMR) to take effect from January 2020 when Professor Caroline Gatrell steps down at the end of her second term of office. The term of office is initially for 3 years in the first instance with the possibility of a renewal. Co-Editor-in-Chief, Dr Dermot Breslin will continue in his current role, working with the incoming Co-Editor as they transition into the new role.

IJMR is currently in 20th volume and has established an excellent reputation for publishing high quality articles across the full range of business and management disciplines. Its impact factor currently stands at 6.489 and it is securely positioned within the very top tier of European based journals, being ranked 8/140 in business and 5/209 in management; it is ranked as 3 in the Chartered ABS guide. Under the recent editorships, professional editorial processes have been introduced with the consequence that submissions, electronic downloads and readership have all increased significantly.

In seeking new Co-Editors-in-Chief, BAM is looking for someone with a clear vision for the journal, enthusiasm, excellent organizational skills and the appropriate scholarly knowledge and standing to maintain and further develop the international reputation of IJMR. BAM seeks Co-Editors-in-Chief from a diverse range of backgrounds, institution types and geographical regions. We particularly welcome applications from groups previously under-represented, including women, people from black and ethnic minority backgrounds, and disabled people.

Further particulars are available at www.bam.ac.uk or by contacting Madeleine Barrows at the BAM office (mbarrows@bam.ac.uk). Applicants can contact Emma Bell (emma.bell@open.ac.uk) or Nelarine Cornelius (n.cornelius@qmul.ac.uk), Co-Vice Chairs of the BAM Research and Publications Committee, for an informal discussion of the nature of the editorial task and support that BAM gives its Editors.

Application should be made by sending a CV and covering letter to Madeleine Barrows, CEO, British Academy of Management at mbarrows@bam.ac.uk by noon on Saturday 5th January 2019. Interviews with the BAM Research and Publications Committee appointments panel will take place in London in January 2019.

 

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