ANNALS publishes integrative reviews of research in management and related areas. Integrative reviews are understood as reviews of the literature that move beyond description of a body of evidence to derive new insights through integration and/or critique. ANNALS reviews present a clear perspective on the literature that has value-added in terms of theoretical and/or methodological take-aways.
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- What kinds of papers does ANNALS publish?
- What kinds of papers does ANNALS not publish? How are ANNALS papers different from AMR papers?
- What is the journal’s submission and publication schedule?
- What is the journal’s Open Access Policy?
- How do I subscribe to ANNALS?
- What is the journal’s impact factor?
- How do authors go about submitting work to ANNALS?
- What kinds of proposals are a good fit for ANNALS?
- What are the page limits for proposal submissions? How do I format my submission correctly?
- What is the review process at ANNALS? Are submissions blind reviewed? When will I hear back about my submission?