“Supporting and enhancing scientific rigor.”

by Guilad Chen

Journal of Applied Psychology, 103 (4), 359-361.

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Journal of Applied Psychology

“Train PhD students to be thinkers not just specialists”

by Gundula Bosch

Nature 554, 277 (2018)

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“Defining and operationalizing theory”

by Jose M. Cortina

Journal of Organizational Behavior, Volume37, Issue8, November 2016, 1142-1149

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Journal of Organizational Behavior

“How scientists fool themselves – and how they can stop”

by Regina Nuzzo

Nature 526, 182–185 ()

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“Bridging the Research–Practice Gap”

by Pratima Bansal, Stephanie BertelsTom EwartPeter MacConnachie and James O’Brien

Acad Manage Perspect February 1, 2012 vol. 26 no. 1 73-92

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Academy of Managent Perspectives

“Towards a renaissance in international business research? Big questions, grand challenges, and the future of IB scholarship”

by Peter J Buckley, Jonathan P Doh & Mirko H Benischke

J Int Bus Stud (2017) 48: 1045.

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Journal of International Business Studies

“Editorial: Researchers and the stakeholder’s perspective”
by Robert M. Davison
Info Systems J (2018) 28, 1–5

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Information Systems Journal

“When Knowledge Wins: Transcending the Sense and Nonsense of Academic Rankings”

by Nancy J Adler & Anne-Wil Harzing

Academy of Management Learning & Education, March 1, 2009 vol. 8 no. 1 72-95

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Academy of Management Learning & Education

The Management and Organization Science Puzzle: Questions from a Metaphorical Comparison of Medicine and Management

by Fabrice Cavarretta & Nathan Furr

National Science Foundation, SBE 2020 White Paper

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National Science Foundation

“Faculty promotion must assess reproducibility”

by Jeffrey Flier

Nature 549,133 ()

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“What You See Is What You Get? Enhancing Methodological Transparency in Management Research”

by Herman Aguinis, Ravi S. Ramani and Nawaf Alabduljader
Academy of Management Annals

“Impact Factor Distortions”

by Bruce Alberts

Science  17 May 2013, Vol. 340, Issue 6134, pp. 787

This editorial coincides with the release of the San Francisco declaration on research Assessment (DORA) initiated by the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB).

It is about the fallacy of equality journal quality with the quality of the individual articles within the journal. Impact Factor is for assessment journals, not individual articles within the journal. 

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