Organization Theory (OT) – published in collaboration with the European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS) – is a global, peer-reviewed, open-access journal that publishes the best theory and review work in the domain of organization and management studies.
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OT publishes theory papers on different subjects within organization and management studies, including work within subject areas
such as strategy, organizational behavior, work and employment relations, human resource management, international business,
general management, public administration, entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation, ethics, and gender and diversity.
The journal offers a platform for theory development and theory-related discussions that significantly deepen our understanding of different subject areas; critiquing or deepening received views, and identifying significantly new ways of researching and understanding a particular subject.
OT is European at heart, but global in coverage and reach. The journal aims to cover and disclose to a broad audience the intellectual breadth of theoretical work on organizations and organizing that is carried out around the world.
Look to OT for the best theoretical work in each of these subject areas as well as for work that transcends the boundaries of particular subjects to speak to a broader audience.
OT is a multi-disciplinary journal, rooted in the social sciences, inspired by diversity and paradigmatic plurality, and open
to commentary and debate. Given this pluralistic ethos, papers can adopt different theory building styles and can be written
up as research articles or perspective-taking essays, in both longer and shorter formats.
Besides regular articles, OT publishes review papers and a series of commissioned essays that speak to the bigger theoretical topics and debates in the field (please see the “Submission Guidelines” for more details on these journal-related features).
OT is an open-access journal. Publication in the journal is free for authors as the article processing charge (APC) for accepted articles is waived by SAGE Publications and/or financed by EGOS.
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