The Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship (JAME)
JAME is a quarterly journal whose readers include academics and practitioners. The focus of articles found in JAME is on applications and implications that can be of use in the practice of management and entrepreneurship.
The Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship (JAME) is a broad-based publication which includes empirical or conceptual articles on any area of general management or entrepreneurship. This would include, but not be limited to, articles in the areas of human resource management, international management, management consulting, health care management, careers, management information systems, organization theory, production management, organizational communications, organizational behavior, organization development and change, technology management, small business management, strategy, and social issues in business. Work regarding new issues in these fields are especially welcomed, although historical perspectives are appropriate. Articles focusing on both public sector and private sector management are encouraged. In-depth organizational case studies will be considered providing they highlight some important management concept.