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Management & Organizational History
Management & Organizational History
Journal Title: Management & Organizational History
ISSN: 1744-9359
ISSN Online: 1744-9367
Publication Frequency: 4 issues per year
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Management & Organizational History ( M&OH) is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal that aims to publish high quality, original, academic research concerning historical approaches to the study of management, organizations and organizing.

The Journal addresses issues from all areas of management, organization studies, and related fields. The unifying theme of M&OH is its historical orientation. The Journal is both empirical and theoretical. It seeks to advance innovative historical methods. It facilitates interdisciplinary dialogue, especially between business and management history and organization theory. The ethos of M&OH is reflective, ethical, imaginative, critical, inter-disciplinary, and international, as well as historical in orientation.

Management & Organizational History encompasses a broad range of historical approaches to management and organizations, and is not limited to any historical period or geographical area. Issues of interest for management and organization studies may arise from ancient, medieval or modern history; and from diverse geographical and societal settings. In addition to historical studies from management and organization theorists, the Journal is open to accessible historical research from related business disciplines such as marketing, operations management, finance and accounting, human resource management, strategy, technology management, information systems, and political economy. Similarly, papers suitable for publication in the journal may adopt approaches grounded in related historical fields, such as social or cultural history, including the history of design, consumption, memory, and so on.

Organization is interpreted broadly to include public administration and non-capitalist forms of social and economic organization as well as business administration.

The Journal is not restricted to empirical, archival historical research using documentary records of businesses. M&OH specifically welcomes research on sources that are new and original for business and labour history, or for management and organization studies. The Journal is also keen to extend innovative methodological approaches to historical research from organization studies. Theoretical, historiographical, and review essays are therefore invited from a range of perspectives in history, management and organization studies, or other disciplinary areas.

M&OH also welcomes proposals for special issues and themed sections. Please send proposals to the editor.

Franco Amatori Editor, Management & Organizational History
email: editormoh@unibocconi.it Department of Policy Analysis and Public Management Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi Via Röntgen, 1 20136 Milan Italy
Subjects Covered & Scope: Business, Management and Accounting; Economics, Finance, Business & Industry; History; Humanities; Organizational Studies; Routledge Collection
Editor Board:
Editor
Peter Miskell, University of Reading, UK

 
Senior Editors
 
Veronica Binda, Bocconi University, Italy
Asli Colpan, University of Kyoto, Japan
Michelangelo Vasta, University of Siena, Italy
R. Daniel Wadhwani, University of the Pacific, USA

Former Co-Editors
Franco Amatori, Bocconi University, Italy 
Roy Stager-Jacques, Massey University, New Zealand

Reviews Editor
Giuliano Maielli, Queen Mary University of London, UK
Gerarda Westerhuis, Utrecht University, Netherlands

Assistant Editors
Lois L Kurowski, Michigan State University, USA
Richard Marens, California State University, Sacramento, USA

Editorial Board
Rolv Petter Amdam, BI Norwegian School of Management, Norway
Emma Bell, University of Exeter, UK
Charles Booth, University of the West of England, UK
Kyle Bruce, Macquarie University, Australia
Andrea Casey, George Washington University, USA
Peter Clark, Queen Mary, University of London, UK
Bill Cooke, University Management School, Lancaster, UK
Bogdan Costea, Lancaster University, UK
Stephen Cummings, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Marie Laure Djelic, ESSEC Business School, France
Paul du Gay, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Regina A. Greenwood, Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship, Nova Southeastern University, USA
Christopher Grey, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK
Per H. Hansen, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
John Hassard, Manchester Business School, UK
James E. Hoopes, Babson College, USA
Sanford M. Jacoby, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Matthias Kipping,  Schulich School of Business, Canada
Pamela W. Laird, University of Colorado, USA
Robert R. Locke, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
Christopher McKenna, University of Oxford, UK
Alan McKinlay, University of St Andrews, UK
Albert J. Mills, St Mary's University, Canada
Jean Helms Mills, St Mary's University, Canada
Nanette Monin, Massey University, New Zealand
Chris Nyland, Monash University, Australia
Andrew Pettigrew, University of Bath, UK
Stephen Procter, University of Newcastle, UK
Alf Rehn, Abo Akademi University, Finland
Ann Rippin, Bristol University, UK
William G. Roy, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Phillip Scranton, Rutgers University, USA
Yehouda Shenhav, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
Ray Stokes, University of Glasgow, UK 
Steven Toms, Leeds University, UK
Behlül Üsdiken, Sabanci University, Turkey
Richard Whittington, University of Oxford, UK
John Wilson, Newcastle University, UK
Terrence H. Witkowski, California State University, Long Beach, USA
JoAnne Yates, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

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