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New, peer reviewed journal, Evidence-based HRM (EBHRM)


Call for papers

New journal for 2013
Evidence-based HRM: A Global Forum for Empirical Scholarship

Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Thomas Lange, University of Hull, UK and Curtin University, Australia
Associate Editors: Prof. Karin Sanders, ASB, UNSW, Australia; University of Twente, The Netherlands
Assoc. Prof. Gail Pacheco, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

We are currently seeking papers for Evidence-based HRM: A Global Forum for Empirical Scholarship (EBHRM), to be launched in 2013. The journal promotes empirical scholarship in the Human Resources (HR) arena and aims to provide an international forum and important reference for the encouragement and dissemination of applied research.

The journal is committed to publishing scholarly empirical research articles that have a high impact on the HR field as a whole. Drawing on multiple social science disciplines, it will publish high quality papers using econometric and statistical methods to fill the gap between conceptual arguments and observed data.

EBHRM publishes original research papers, empirical case studies and reviews of the body of empirical research endeavours. The journal also includes research notes and conference news.


The coverage of the journal includes, but is not limited

  • Cross-cultural determinants of job motivation
  • International change in work values
  • International/comparative measurements of wellbeing in the workplace
  • Organizational leadership and leadership development
  • Recruitment and retention practices in multinational organizations
  • Reward systems in high performance organizations
  • Corporate career rewards for women in developed and developing economies
  • Impact of corporate behaviour on expatriation / repatriation
  • Social interactions and social learning in international contexts
  • Cultural, social and ethical issues for international HRM (IHRM)
  • International evidence on causes of work-related burnout and stress
  • International assignment management.

Submit a paper

Submissions to EBHRM are made using ScholarOne Manuscripts, the online submission and peer review system.
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