The final analysis established Strategic Management Journal (SMJ), Academy of Management Journal (AMJ), Journal of Applied Psychology (JAP), Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (OBHDP), Academy of Management Review (AMR), Administrative Science Quarterly (ASQ), Journal of Management (JOM), Organization Science (OrgSci), Industrial and Labor Relations Review (I & LRR), and Personnel Psychology (PerPsych) as the Top 10 most influential journals in that order.
What does AMR stand for?
AMR stands for Academy of Management Review
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We have 245 other meanings of AMR in our Acronym Attic
- Assistant Manager of Quality Assurance (US Census Bureau)
- Australian Machine Quilting Association (est. 2006)
- Academicus Martini Quinti Ordo (Belgian student association)
- Advanced Message Queuing Protocol
- Aircraft Maintenance Qualification Program (US Air Force)
- Audio Master Quality Recording
- Antes Muerta Que Sencilla
- Autograph Musical Quotation Signed
- Asymmetric Multiple-Quantum Well Heterostructures
- Academia Maria Reina (school)
- Access My Records (health records; various locations)
- Acquisition Management Review
- Active Metabolic Rate
- Adams Media Research (est. 1993; various locations)
- Adaptive Mesh Refinement
- Adaptive Multi-Rate
- Addition, Modification and Replacement
- Address Mapping RAM (Random-Access Memory)
- Adjustable Mortgage Rate
- Admissions Marketing Report
Samples in periodicals archive:
Sources of the selections include: Journal of Business Venturing, Organization Science, Journal of Political Economy, and Academy of Management Review.
Strategic Responses to Institutional Processes", Academy of Management Review Vol 16, pp 145-179.
In our forthcoming article in Academy of Management Review, we argue that the potential exists for a firm to maximize its stock price, but not maximize the profits of the firm, by engaging in socially conscious behavior.
Understanding radical organizational change: Bringing together the old and new institutionalism, Academy of Management Review, 21(4), 1022-1054.