Academy of Management Learning & Education

The mission of Academy of Management Learning & Education (AMLE) is to contribute to management learning and education by publishing theory, empirical research, reviews, critiques, and resources that address the processes of management teaching and the learning that results from it. Additionally, AMLE publishes work that addresses important issues in the institutional environment and administration of business schools and their stakeholders. The journal’s emphasis is on the study of management learning and education in all types of settings—schools and universities as well as businesses and public and non-profit organizations.
2002

The year AMLE was first published

53

Ranking out of 226 journals in the category of "Management"

8

Ranking out of 263 journals in the category of "Education and Educational Research"

4.058 Impact Factor
4.784 Five-Year Impact Factor

*Web of Science Journal Citation Report, 29 June 2020

Academy of Management Learning & Education publishes quarterly in March, June, September and December

 


Call for Submissions

Events

Special Issue - Learning and Education Strategies for Scholarly Impact

We define scholarly impact as an “auditable or recordable occasion of influence” arising out of research (Haley, Page, Pitsis, Rivas and Yu, 2017); this special issue will explore influence through research on communities that include not just scholars, but also other external and internal stakeholders such as regulators, policymakers, managers, students and society at large.
Events

Special Issue — New Histories of Business Schools and How They May Inspire New Futures

We might do well to re-examine what we are doing and show the executive judgment and courage necessary to implement radical change (Khurana & Spender 2012: 636).


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Inc.: Why all the bosses in Disney movies are terrible