Chair in Business in Asia - Journal editorial boards
Professor Siah Hwee Ang is on the editorial board of these leading journals.
The Journal of World Business (JWB) is a premier journal in the field of international business with a history dating to 1965 with the founding of the Columbia Journal of World Business. JWB publishes cutting-edge research that reflects important developments in the global business environment and advances new theoretical directions and ways of thinking about global phenomena. The journal especially encourages submissions that break new ground or demonstrate novel or counter-intuitive findings in relation to established theories or assumptions and welcomes a variety of conceptual and theoretical traditions, including those drawn from allied social and behavioral sciences. Submissions should develop new and/or test existing theory, and empirical papers may employ a range of qualitative, quantitative and other methodologies so long as they are rigorous and appropriate. Although JWB's primary readers are scholars and researchers, the journal values contributions that explore and explicate implications for global enterprises and their managers, as well as consequences for public policy and the broader role of business in society.
The Academy of Management Journal (AMJ) is the flagship empirical journal in management, and has been indispensable reading for management scholars for more than five decades. AMJ articles test, extend, or build theory and contribute to management practice using a variety of empirical methods (e.g., quantitative, qualitative, field, laboratory, meta-analytic, and combination). AMJ articles are regularly cited in the major business media, including The New York Times, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Business Week, and Fortune.
Published six times a year in February, April, June, August, October, and December.
Assistant Editor, Long Range Planning (2001-2006)
Long Range Planning (LRP) is a leading international journal for the field of strategic management. The journal has forged a strong reputation for publishing original research since 1968. We encourage submission of articles that involve empirical research and theoretical articles, including studies that review and assess the current state of knowledge in important areas of strategy.
The majority of users of LRP come from the academic world, and the journal serves two functions in that world: the transmission of research findings among academic researchers, and the transmission of ideas that are useful in the classroom. Articles may be written for practicing managers and students in professional programs, or they may be directed primarily to academic researchers. LRP takes an inclusive approach to empirical research, publishing studies based on primary survey data, archival data, case study and other recognized approaches to data collection.
Journal of Management & Organization (JMO) provides a unique outlet for management research that considers how context shapes managerial theory and practice; recognizing the diversity of business practices and environments found around the world. With a global focus, JMO provides a new perspective for scholars, educators, students and practitioners.
The Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources (APJHR) publishes the results of research, theoretical and conceptual developments and examples of current practice. The overall aim is to increase the understanding of the management of human resources in an organisational setting.
The Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources is published four times per year – January, April, July, October – and can be accessed online by AHRI members with a member login and password.
All journal issues are accessible online to AHRI members only via the publisher's website – Wiley Blackwell Publishing. Members can search and access any Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources articles dating back to 1966.
The International Journal of Management - Theory and Applications (IREMAN) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original theoretical and applied papers covering all fields of management. IREMAN also publishes letters to the Editor and research notes which discuss new research, or research in progress in any of the above thematic areas.
The Editorial policy is to maintain a reasonable balance between papers regarding different research areas so that the Journal will be useful to all interested scientific groups.
De Gruyter Open (formerly Versita) is one of the world’s leading publishers of open access scientific content. Today De Gruyter Open (DGO) publishes about 400 own and third-party scholarly journals across all major disciplines.
The company was established in 2001 and is now part of the De Gruyter publishing group degruyter.com. Since 2006 De Gruyter Open has been a member of Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers and International Association of Scientific, Technical & Medical Publishers. De Gruyter Open's book and journal programs have been endorsed by the international research community and some of the world’s top scientists – Nobel Prize Winners included. The company is on the constant mission to make best scientific content freely available to all scholars and readers alike.
De Gruyter Open welcomes English language book proposals in Management, Business, Finance.
Editorial Board Member, International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management (2008-present)
The International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management (IJABIM) provides timely and in-depth analysis on the globalization and sustained development of Asian commerce and management technologies with a clear international and interdisciplinary approach. A comprehensive resource for policy makers, government officials, academicians, and practitioners, this journal contains a wealth of valuable research on theories and practices which underpin successful business and management in Asia.
With China's importance on the global scale set to grow ever faster, the International Journal of Chinese Culture and Management (IJCCM) offers a unique window to observe the changes that will chart the course of the future in this region. A key to dealing with China is understanding the complex dynamic between rapid change and tradition. With a clear international and interdisciplinary approach, IJCCM addresses Chinese culture, business, management and related topics, offering a wealth of valuable material on theories and practices which underpin successful business in China.