Australian Journal of Management (AJM)

The Australian Journal of Management is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes research in accounting, applied economics, finance, industrial relations, political science, psychology, statistics, and other disciplines, provided the application is to management.

We also publish research in areas such as marketing, corporate strategy, operations management, organisation development, decision analysis, and other problem-focused paradigms. In the Australian Research Council's Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) initiative 2012 quality rating AJM is ranked as a tier A journal.

Background

The Australian Journal of Management was founded at the fledgling AGSM @ UNSW Business School in 1976. The foundation editor was Ray Ball, followed by Chris Adam, John Conybeare, the late Vic Taylor, Phillip Yetton, John Roberts, and Robert Marks.

  • Editor-in-Chief: Balijit Sidhu
  • Publication frequency: 4 issues a year
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Impact Factor: 0.795
    Ranking:120/172 in Management
    5-Year Impact Factor: 0.659.

Please contact Sussanne Nottage sussanen@unsw.edu.au for Initial enquiries about publishing in the Australian Journal of Management.

E. Yetton Prize

The E. Yetton Prize was inaugurated in December 1994 to celebrate the article published in the journal in the previous year that is of exceptional quality and is likely to have a substantial impact in the field of management research.

The winning paper prize for the year 2013 has been awarded to:

2013 Winner
Jennifer K. Gippel
A revolution in finance? Australian Journal of Management, April 2013 38: 125-146

2013 Two equal runner-up papers
Andrew Lepone, Henry Leung, and J George Li
Unequal access to analyst research
Australian Journal of Management, August 2013 38: 253-277

Vijay A Murik Measuring monetary policy expectations
Australian Journal of Management, April 2013 38: 49-65

Australian Journal of Management latest issue 

Current issue - May 2015
Australian Journal of Management