Call for Papers: Journal of Management Education Special Issue
Management Education in Turbulent Times
The guest editors of the Journal of Management Education Special Issue are seeking submissions across all of the Journal of Management Education's five sections: research articles, theoretical and conceptual articles, essays, instructional innovations, and instructional change in context. Find out more here.
We face a period of considerable economic turbulence and political uncertainty: political movements are producing extreme candidates who are nevertheless popular; international alliances and trading blocs are beginning to fracture; instability and civil war in the Middle East seems insoluble; and the growth engines of developing economies have begun to show signs of stuttering. Our key question is simple: as educators, what should we be doing, and helping future managers learn how to do, to deal with turbulent times?
Addressing these issues requires an openness to non-traditional approaches, and for that reason this Call is deliberately broad. There may be many approaches that are useful for addressing these challenges in management education.
Deadline 15 May 2017, but earlier submissions would be welcome from 1 March 2017 onwards.
Prospective authors and potential reviewers are invited to contact any of the editors about this special issue. For further information click here.
Lisa Anderson, University of Liverpool (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Katy Mason, Lancaster University (email: email@example.com)
Paul Hibbert, University of St Andrews (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Christine Rivers, University of Surrey (email: email@example.com)