The Journal of Managerial Issues seeks to publish the highest quality empirical, theoretical and methodological papers available in business research. The overriding criterion for publication of a manuscript in the JMI is knowledge readers will gain about the theory of organizations and the practice of management. The JMI is intended to foster research from a variety of business school and related disciplines. As such, the JMI is open to, and indeed encourages, a wide range of emerging methods, conceptual approaches, and substantive problem areas within the domain of business behavior.
Articles published are not necessarily the opinions of the JMI, the editors, or Pittsburg State University. Statements by authors appearing in the Journal are the exclusive responsibility of the authors themselves. Authors are allowed to express their opinions with the intention being to encourage and stimulate a free flow of ideas.
Each paper submitted to the JMI is processed as follows:
Readers' comments on articles appearing in the Journal of Managerial Issues are welcome and will be considered for publication in the correspondence section. Such comments must be limited to 1,000 words; any replies from authors must be similarly limited.
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