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Workshop #1 with Mark Bolino Happier

How to Develop a Manuscript Publishable in the Academy of Management Review

Date & Time

July 6, 2023


DMS 4165


Kathy Cunningham

Mark Bolino, PhD

Mark Bolino has served on the AMR Editorial Review Board since 2017 and has published five papers at AMR. In this workshop, he will provide an overview of the AMR review process, including evaluation criteria, common reasons for desk/early/late rejections, and dos and don’ts in responding to reviewers. He will also offer tips for developing interesting ideas (based on Davis, 1974) and discuss specific steps for writing a theory paper (based on guidance from Thatcher and Fisher, 2022). He will also provide the reviews and responses for Bolino (1999) and Vogel and Bolino (2020) to help illustrate how to successfully navigate the review process.

Participants are encouraged to read the following:

Grant, A. M., & Pollock, T. G. 2011. Publishing in AMJ—Part 3: Setting the hook. Academy of Management Journal, 54: 873-879.

Thatcher, S.M.B. & Fisher, G. 2022. From the Editors: The nuts and bolts of writing a theory paper: A practical guide to getting started. Academy of Management Review, 47: 1-8.

And to skim:

Bolino, M.C. 1999. Citizenship and impression management: Good soldiers or good actors? Academy of Management Review, 24: 82-98.

Davis, M. S. 1971. That's interesting! Towards a phenomenology of sociology and a sociology of phenomenology. Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 1: 309-344.

Vogel, R.M., & Bolino, M.C. 2020. Recurring nightmares and silver linings: Understanding how past abusive supervision may lead to posttraumatic stress and posttraumatic growth. Academy of Management Review, 45: 549-569.


Reviews and responses for Bolino (1999) and Vogel and Bolino (2020)

About the Speaker

Professor Mark Bolino is the David L. Boren Professor and Michael F. Price Chair in International Business in the Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma. He is also the Director of the Division of Management & Mark Bolino International Business. He received his PhD from the University of South Carolina, and his research focuses on the costs and unintended consequences of organizational citizenship behavior, impression management in the workplace, and global careers and work experiences. His papers have been published in Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management AnnalsAcademy of Management ReviewJournal of Applied PsychologyJournal of International Business StudiesJournal of ManagementOrganizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, and Personnel Psychology, among others. He currently serves as an Associate Editor at the Journal of Management and is a member of the editorial review boards of Academy of Management Review and Journal of Applied Psychology. Previously, he was an Associate Editor at the Journal of Organizational Behavior and has also served on the editorial review boards of Academy of Management Journal, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, and Personnel Psychology.

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