Philosophy of Management journal
Philosophy of Management is published three times a year. It offers an independent, refereed forum for philosophers, theorists and management practitioners to apply philosophical scrutiny to management theory and practice. It seeks to define and develop the field of philosophy of management and is directed to philosophers working in all traditions.
Now in its twelfth year, Philosophy of Management is the leading forum for philosophically-informed thinking about management in theory and practice. Through its pages, conferences, seminars and discussion list it defines and develops the field of philosophy of management.
Journal readers include thinkers, scholars, teachers, consultants and practitioners in 20 countries. The Journal is for philosophers working in all traditions, for management thinkers concerned with the philosophical foundations and validity of their subject and practising managers seeking to engage with the philosophical issues raised by what they believe and do. Contributors have included leading philosophers, management scholars, consultants and managers. Details of the Editorial board can be found here
More details on Philosophy of Management can be accessed by clicking here.This contains information about the journal’s aims and objectives, its Editorial Board, how to submit articles and how to subscribe. Selected samples of recent articles are also available, as are details of all the published issues and their contents.
Libri Publishing Limited assumed responsibility for the publication and distribution of the journal Philosophy of Management in 2010.