The Academy of Management Perspectives (AMP) publishes articles and symposia that address important issues concerning management and business. AMP articles and symposia are aimed at the non-specialist academic reader with a secondary audience that include existing and future "thought leaders". A distinctive aspect of AMP articles is a focus on evidence rather than the development of theory.
Management research has expanded significantly in recent decades, making it difficult for scholars to follow advances in the multiple, specialized sub-fields. The Academy of Management Perspectives addresses this by publishing important work that synthesizes and translates theoretical and empirical research in management's distinct sub-fields in an authoritative evidential manner that makes these findings accessible for scholars outside that sub-field. Research suitable for publication in AMP includes: (a) reviews of what we already know; (b) integration of diverse theories and empirical findings that inform in a new and interesting way; (c) forward-looking expositions that integrate and articulate existing theory and findings with new and provocative ideas; and (d) integration of theory and research in management with related advances in other non-management sciences and disciplines. Single articles or collections of related articles are welcome.