Yes! At AMD, we believe in transparency in research, not only acknowledging that many authors engage in empirical exploration or abduction, but celebrating that fact. If you find something interesting in your data that you did not hypothesize, but believe it would qualify as a “discovery,” AMD might be a logical outlet.
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- How does AMD differ from the other AOM journals?
- Why doesn’t AMD have an impact factor? If AMD did have an impact factor, what would it be?
- Should I send my manuscript to AMD?
- What exactly are “stylized facts”?
- What kinds of papers and methodologies are accepted at AMD?
- What is the page limit for manuscript submissions?
- How should I write and structure my paper?
- Are AMD manuscripts a-theoretical?
- I have compelling findings that I didn’t predict and I don’t want to engage in HARKing. Can I send my work to AMD?
- Is AMD an appropriate outlet for studies that are trying to make contributions to Evidence-Based Management?