How to publish in top journals: The case of Academy of Management Review (AMR)

On March 5, 2014 Martin Kilduff from University College London (UCL) will visit Arhus University. Professor Kilduff is former editor of Academy of Management Review and has kindly offered to do a Question & Answer Session focused on tricks of the trade for publishing in top journals.

2014.02.07 | Julia Rolsted Stacey

The Innovation Management Group at Aarhus University has invited another great researcher and speaker. This time it is Professor Martin Kilduff from UCL that will answer questions on how to become better at framing papers - in particular focusing on how to present theory development - leading to better odds for publication in US based journals.

Creation of scientific impact

Increasingly researchers are expected to publish their work in top journals in order to create scientific impact.

Publishing in top journals is challenging and therefore the Innovation Management Group at Aarhus University has invited yet another great scholar to come and share his insights on how to publish in these outlets.

Innovation Management Group

Martin Kilduff is visiting Aarhus University on an invitation from the Innovation Management Group at the Department of Business Administration. The Innovation Management Group arranges a range of seminars every year. The aim is to provide inspiration and insight from the research frontier of innovation management, strategy, entrepreneurship and organizational change.

Time and place

March 5, 2014 from 15.00-16.00 in building 1325, room 242. The seminar is open to researchers at Aarhus University.


  • Martin Kilduff is Professor of organizational behavior in the Department of Management Science and Innovation (MS&I) at University College London (UCL).
  • Martin Kilduff received his PhD in organizational behavior from Cornell University. Before joining UCL, Martin held positions at Cambridge University, University of Texas at Austin, Penn State and Insead.
  • Martin Kilduff's research work focuses on how individuals create, perceive and benefit from the social networks that facilitate opportunities and productivity in organizations. His research relates personality to network structure, perceived networks to actual networks, and proposes new theory concerning scientific innovation.
  • Martin Kilduff publishes regularly in the top journals in management and social psychology. From 2006-08 he served as editor of the leading theory journal – the Academy of Management Review – and is currently associate editor of Administrative Science Quarterly.

Further information

Lars Frederiksen
Professor (MSO) in Innovation Management
T: +45 8716 5182
M: +45 5360 8842

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