Useful resources when preparing for journal submission
Presents some key resources to improve your chances of successful publication
The following resources might be useful for academics preparing for journal submission. My sincere thanks to Yvonne McNulty and Jan Selmer for sharing the first three resources. An extended list of resources is available in their handbook chapter: Selmer, J., & McNulty, Y. (2017). Publishing research on expatriates. In Y. McNulty & J. Selmer (Eds). Research Handbook of Expatriates. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar
- Top 10 reasons for desk rejections: As the title says.... See also my blog Why does my paper get a desk-reject time and again?
- Kilduff, M. (2007), Editor’s comments: The top ten reasons why your paper might not be sent out for review, Academy of Management Review, 32(3), 700-702
- Book on publishing in the best management journals: Draws on the insights from top journal editors and leading scholars in the field to provide a treasure trove of tips for publishing in the best management journals. Offers candid insights that are often held as secrets among senior faculty. Takes the reader behind the scenes of the journal review process.
- Clark, Timothy, Mike Wright, and David J. Ketchen Jr (2016), How to get published in the best management journals, Cheltenham, UK, Edward Elgar.
- Publishing and research ethics in the Academy of Management journals: Seven-part series in which the editors give suggestions and advice for improving the quality of submissions to the Academy of Management Journal and a very useful eight-part you-tube series exploring questions in academic research and publishing on topics ranging from authorship, slicing data in publications, publishing, conference papers and presentations, and reviewing manuscripts to global ethics and plagiarism.
- Publishing in AMJ, 2011 (Vol. 54) and 2012 (Vol. 55).
- Academy of Management (2011), The Ethics of Research and Publishing
- Predatory Open Access journals: Discusses the phenomenon of predatory open access journals and shows how to recognise them.
- Harzing.com Blogpost: Strange journal invitations popping up in my inbox every day
- Where to submit your paper?: Shows you how to use Publish or Perish to find out which journals publish on your topic
- Harzing.com Blogpost: Where to submit your paper? Which journals publish on your topic
- How to avoid a desk-reject in seven steps [1/8]
- Who do you want to talk to? Targeting journals [2/8]
- Your title: the public face of your paper [3/8]
- Writing your abstract: not a last-minute activity [4/8]
- Your introduction: first impressions count! [5/8]
- Conclusions: last impressions count too! [6/8]
- What do you cite? Using references strategically [7/8]
- Why do I need to write a letter to the editor? [8/8]
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Anne-Wil Harzing is Professor of International Management at Middlesex University, London and visiting professor of International Management at Tilburg University. She is a Fellow of the Academy of International Business, a select group of distinguished AIB members who are recognized for their outstanding contributions to the scholarly development of the field of international business. In addition to her academic duties, she also maintains the Journal Quality List and is the driving force behind the popular Publish or Perish software program.