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Come “Meet the Editor” on the next episode of AMJ Radio Live (Feb 28)

  • 1.  Come “Meet the Editor” on the next episode of AMJ Radio Live (Feb 28)

    Posted 02-23-2024 14:26

    Topic: Meet the Editor (Marc Gruber, Paul Bliese)

    Time: February 28, 11 AM (Eastern Time)

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    On this upcoming episode of AMJ Radio Live, Marc Gruber is joined by Paul Bliese to discuss research methods manuscripts that AMJ has been accepting starting Jan 1, 2024. What has driven this decision to expand AMJ's manuscript portfolio? What are some criteria for  methods articles to be published in AMJ? Join our conversation this Wednesday to find out. 


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    About the guest speakers:


    Marc Gruber is full professor at the College of Management of Technology at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland and Editor-in-Chief of Academy of Management Journal (AMJ). Marc has published his research on innovation, strategy and entrepreneurship in several leading journals and is co-author of the book "Where to Play: 3 Steps for Discovering Your Most Valuable Market Opportunities", which introduces a practical business tool used by tens of thousands of startups and established firms.

    Paul D. Bliese is the Jeff B. Bates Professor of Management at the Darla Moore School of Business and deputy editor for research methods studies at AMJ. Paul has led efforts to advance statistical methods and apply analytics to complex organizational data. He developed and maintains the multilevel package for the open-source statistical programming language R, and his research has been influential in advancing organizational multilevel theory. He has published in numerous outlets and served on many editorial boards.



    Clara Soo

    Pronouns: she/her/hers

    PhD Student | Organizational Behavior
    Broad College of Business 
    Michigan State University