ANNALS does not publish opinion papers, empirical papers, or meta-analyses. While ANNALS asks authors to provide new insights that arise from an integrative review of literature, these insights should not guide the paper or be the focus of the paper, as they are a theory or conceptual paper (that might be published in AMR). The review should be first and foremost in an ANNALS paper.
Articles in this section
- 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?