The 19,000-plus members of AOM represent a diverse group of individuals who reside in a diverse set of contexts. We cannot speak to how each and every AOM member's institution defines the term "A-level" or "top-tier" publication. We believe, however, for the reasons listed in this document that (a) AMD will be a highly cited journal, (b) its citation status will be established quickly, and (c) over time it will be highly ranked on the lists of empirically-based journals in management. We expect AMD to become an A-level journal because it is published by AOM, which by reputation, publishes only top rated journals. The AMD team is committed to making AMD a top-tier journal.
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- AOM AUTHORS (r) Does a podcast count as a publication or pre-publication?
- How did the process of developing AMD unfold?
- Are there enough quality manuscripts that fit the AMD profile to sustain this new journal?
- Why is AMD only going to be offered online?
- Will AMD articles be highly cited?
- Will AMD be "counted" by tenure and promotion committees as an "A-level" or "top-tier" journal?
- Will AMD publish articles that are characterized by "null results?"
- Is AMD an appropriate outlet for studies that are trying to make contributions to Evidence-Based Management?
- Can I submit a qualitative study to AMD, and if so, how does a qualitative study submitted to AMD differ from one that might be better suited for another AOM journal?
- Does AMD publish simulation studies?