An Analysis of the Authorship In Management-Oriented Journals: The Relationship Between School Status, Article Type, Publication Outlet, and Author Academic Position
This article examines a number of management-oriented journals with respect to the authorship and school of origin of their articles. It attempts to assess the relationship between the perceived status of the school and the publishing activity of the school's faculty. In general, it shows that faculty from higher status schools are more active in publishing, suggests that there is value to faculty in publishing in nonrefereed journals, and further suggests that schools with lower status ratings can improve their status by encouraging publication by their faculties but that such encouragement should be through a system of positive rewards rather than through a publish or perish approach.
International Journal of Business Communication
Brooking, S. A.
(1985). An Analysis of the Authorship In Management-Oriented Journals: The Relationship Between School Status, Article Type, Publication Outlet, and Author Academic Position. International Journal of Business Communication, 22(3), 25-36.
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