The Irish Journal of Management aims to publish well-written and well researched articles that will contribute to the understanding of management-related issues in both Irish and international contexts. The Journal welcomes contributions from a wide range of management viewpoints including inter-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary perspectives as well as traditional disciplines and functions. The Journal seeks the following types of submissions:
Research Papers: Publishing quantitative and qualitative research approaches, literature surveys, conceptual papers and critiques.
Teaching Submissions: These can range from case study contributions, critiques and retrospective contributions on pedagogical issues related to teaching issues across discipline areas.
Book Reviews: word count (1,000 – 2,000 words).
Special Journal Issues Submissions: The editors of the Journal seek submissions for special issue themes that are in keeping with the overall focus of the Journal.
The IJM is a peer-reviewed journal, with a "double-blind" review process involving at least two reviewers. The journal publishes two issues each year, in addition to occasional special issues
The journal does not have article processing charges (APCs) nor article submission charges.
The editorial board is participating in a growing community of Similarity Check System's users in order to ensure that the content published is original and trustworthy. Similarity Check is a medium that allows for comprehensive manuscripts screening, aimed to eliminate plagiarism and provide a high standard and quality peer-review process.
Co-Editors Jonathan Lavelle, University of Limerick, Ireland Michelle O’Sullivan, University of Limerick, Ireland
Editorial Board Members Prof. Lisa Anderson, University of Liverpool, UK Prof. Malcolm Beynon, Cardiff University, UK Prof. Naomi Birdthistle, Griffith University, Australia Prof. Niamh Brennan, University College Dublin, Ireland Dr. Sinem Bulkan, University of Reading, UK Prof. John Burgess, RMIT University, Australia Prof. Chris Callaghan, University of Withwatersrand, South Africa Dr. John Cassidy, University College Dublin, Ireland Prof. Jeanette Cleveland, Colorado State University, USA Prof. David Collings, Dublin City University, Ireland Dr. Gordon Cooke, Memorial University, Canada Prof. James Cunningham, Northumbria University, UK Prof. Jimmy Donaghey, Monash University, Australia Prof. Tony Dundon, University of Limerick, Ireland Dr. Anne Clare Gillon, University of the West of Scotland, UK Dr. Michelle Hammond, Oakland University, USA Dr. Brian Harney, Dublin City University, Ireland Prof. Denis Harrington, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland Prof. Graham Heaslip, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, Ireland Dr. Margaret Heffernan, Dublin City University, Ireland Prof. Malcolm Higgs, University of Southampton, UK Dr. Rachel Hilliard, NUI Galway, Ireland Prof. Thomas Lawton, University College Cork, Ireland Prof. Margaret Linehan, Cork Institute of Technology Dr. Joe MacDonagh, Technological University Dublin, Ireland Prof. Alma McCarthy, NUI Galway, Ireland Prof. Aoife McDermott, Cardiff University, UK Prof. Anthony McDonnell, University College Cork, Ireland Prof. Peter McNamara, Maynooth University, Ireland Dr. Kristal Miller, Ulster University, N. Ireland Dr. Na Fu, Trinty College Dublin, Ireland Dr. Colm O'Kane, University of Otago, New Zealand Prof. Lisa O'Malley, University of Limerick, Ireland Dr. Chris O'Riordan, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland Prof. Tazeeb Rajwani, University of Surrey, UK Prof. William K. Roche, University College Dublin, Ireland Prof. Gerard Ryan, Universitat Rovira I Virgili, Spain Dr. Simon Stephens, Letterkenny Institute of Technology, Ireland Prof. Jim Stewart, Liverpool John Moores University, UK Prof. Geoffrey Wood, University of Essex, UK
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