The Irish Journal of Management aims to publish well-written and well researched articles that will contribute to the understanding of management-related issues in both Irish and international organisations. The Journal welcomes contributions from a wide range of management viewpoints including inter-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary perspectives as well as traditional disciplines and functions. Papers are welcomed from both traditional management disciplines and from the new and emerging interdisciplinary areas. The journal is currently published twice each year.
The Irish Journal of Management (incorporating IBAR – Irish Business and Administrative Research) is published twice a year. The annual subscription rate is €45 for individuals and €65 for institutions. The fulltext of this journal is indexed and available via ABI Inform and Business Source Premier. Back Issues can be downloaded directly here.
Publishing in this journal
Articles should normally be between 6,000 and 8,000 words in length for research and teaching paper submissions, and 1,000 and 2,000 words for book reviews. These submissions should conform to the IJM Style Guidelines. IJM articles are indexed by ABI Inform and Business Source Premier.
Specifically the Journal seeks the following types of submissions:
- Research Papers publishing quantitative and qualitative research approaches, literature surveys, conceptual papers and critiques.
- Teaching Submissions: These can range from case study contributions, critiques and retrospective contributions on pedagogical issues related to teaching issues across discipline areas.
- Book Reviews.
- Special Journal Issues Submissions: The editors of the Journal seek submissions for special issue themes that are in keeping with the overall focus of the Journal.
Download the IJM Submission Guidelines
Edel Conway, Dublin City University
Jonathan Lavelle, University of Limerick
Kieran Conboy, National University of Ireland, Galway
Edel Conway, Dublin City University
Patrick Gibbons, University College Dublin
Mark Harcourt, Waikato University, New Zealand
Donncha Kavanagh, University College Cork
Colm O’Gorman, Dublin City University
Lisa O’Malley, University of Limerick
Editorial Advisory Board
Elena Antonacopoulou, University of Liverpool, UK
Jeff Bagraim, University of Cape Town, South Africa
John Benson, University of Melbourne, Australia
Jan Cleveland, Penn State University, USA
David Coghlan, Trinity College Dublin
Rong Du, Xidian University, China
Tony Dundon, National University of Ireland, Galway
Patrick Flood, University of Limerick
Audrey Gilmore, University of Ulster
Kjell Gronhaug, Norwegian School of Business Administration, Norway
Jim Guthrie, University of Kansas, USA
Denis Harrington, Waterford Institute of Technology
Frances Hill, Queen’s University Belfast
Margaret Hogg, Lancaster University, UK
David Jacobson, Dublin City University
Donnacha Kavanagh, University College Cork
Katrina Lawler, Dublin Institute of Technology
Thomas Lawton, EMLYON Business School, France
Anthony McDonnell, University of Newcastle, Australia
Fergal McGrath, University of Limerick
Peter McKiernan, University of St Andrews, Scotland
Brendan McSweeney, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK
Helle Neergaard, Aarhus School of Business, Denmark
Nagarajan Ramamoorthy, University of Houston, USA
William K. Roche, University College Dublin
Tony Royle, National University of Ireland, Galway
A.B. Rami Shani, California Polytechnical University, USA
Katie Truss, Kingston University, UK
Geoffrey Wood, University of Sheffield, UK