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Issues of research series "Research in HRM"

  • 1.  Issues of research series "Research in HRM"

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    Research in Human Resource Management (RHRMis a peer reviewed research series edited by Dianna L. Stone and James H. Dulebohn and published by Information Age. It has a 20% acceptance rate.  It is included on the journal lists of a number of Departments of Management because (a) the articles included in it are written by prominent scholars in the field (e.g., Ed Locke, Gary Latham, Jerry Ferris, Jan Cleveland, Kevin Murphy, Neal Schmitt, Angelo DeNisi), (b) the editorial board members are top scholars, and (c) it uses a very rigorous double blind peer review process. 


    The research series began in 2002, and a list of issues in the series is presented below. Several issues are currently in the publication process and include ones on the topics of "Leadership,"  and  "Team Centricity in Organizations." The next issue will focus on "Forgotten Minorities, " and we are calling for papers on an issue titled "Redefining HRM". Please email Brian Murray (bmurray@udallas.edu) if you would like to submit a manuscript for the latter issue. 

     

    Innovative Theory and Empirical Research on Employee Turnover edited by Rodger Griffeth & Peter Hom (2002)     

    Research Methods in Human Resource Management: Toward Valid Research-Based Inferences edited by Eugene F. Stone-Romero and Patrick Rosopa

    Human Resource Management in Virtual Organizations edited by Robert Heneman and David Greenberger

    The Brave New World of eHRM 2.0 edited by James H. Dulebohn and Dianna L. Stone

    Human Resource Strategies for High Growth Entrepreneurial Firms edited by Robert Heneman and Judith Tansky

    The Only Constant in HRM Today is Change edited by Dianna L. Stone and James H. Dulebohn

     

    IT Workers Human Capital Issues in Knowledge Based Environments edited by Tom Ferratt and Fred Neiderman

    Diversity and Inclusion in Organizations edited by Dianna L. Stone, James H. Dulebohn, and Kimberly Lukaszewski