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The Academy of Management Learning and Education (AMLE) is ranked among the most influential and frequently cited management and educational research journals. AMLE examines pressing issues in the fields of management learning and education by presenting theory, models, research, critiques, dialogues and retrospectives that address the learning process and the practice of management education. Its audience includes scholars, educators, program directors and deans at academic institutions, as well as practitioners in training and development and corporate education.

Published quarterly in March, June, September and December.


Impact Factor: 1.586
5-Year Impact Factor: 3.082
Ranked 30 out of 224 journals in category of "Education & Educational Research."
Ranked 68 out of 185 journals in category of "Management."
*2014 Journal Citation Reports 
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  • What is AMLE?
    Academy of Management Learning & Education EIC Ken Brown Discusses the Journal Mission, Scope, and Areas of Interest.
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    Academy of Management Learning & Education EIC Ken Brown Discusses the Special Themed Collections Available from the Journal.
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    This second in a series on Ethics of Research and Publishing discusses questions of: Can I reuse text I wrote for a previous publication? Can I use the same methods section over again? Who is responsible for plagiarism in a multiple author publication? [more...]
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