Academic journal article Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship

A Message from the Editor

Academic journal article Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship

A Message from the Editor

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Welcome to July 2013 issue of the Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship. I want to begin by telling you about a few editorial board changes here at JAME. First, I want to thank our interim Book Review Editor, Shawn Carraher, for holding the fort for us during the last year and Lam Nguyen for agreeing to take over our book reviews beginning later this year. I also want to thank Roland Kidwell who served as our Interview Editor or Co-Editor for many years, most recently with the able partnership of Jim Cater. Jim will be joined by Barry Barnes in the fall as Co-Editor of our Executive Interviews. At that time, we will be discontinuing our Student Perspective section which Barry has headed up for the past decade.

I also want to welcome several new reviewers to our Editorial Board. In addition to Lam Nguyen from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, we welcome Sonia Taneja and Brandon Randolph-Seng from Texas A&M Commerce. We expect to be adding several more in the near future; so if you are interested in the areas of JAME research and would like to join our board, feel free to send me an email and a resume at Gibson@nova.edu.

This issue includes five articles and one executive interview. Our first article by Muhammad Mustafa Raziq and Martin Perry is titled "A Conceptual Model of Foreign Subsidiary Strategy and Management: The Case of New Zealand." The authors present a model which emphasizes that strategy is often developed at the subsidiary level and provides an interesting examination of the role of the subsidiary manager in this process.

Next, John Humphreys et. al. present "Entrepreneurial Stewardship and Implicit CSR: The Responsible Leadership of Lillian Shedd McMurry," in which the authors examine the leadership style and implications of that style of the entrepreneurial leader of Trumpet Records in the 1950s. The authors expand the recent research on ethical stewardship and corporate social responsibility by focusing on this smaller entrepreneurial setting. For those unfamiliar with the life and times of this amazing woman, I think you will find this article very interesting.

Our third article is "The Lingering Impact of Abusive Supervision" by Kacmar, Whitman and Harris. The authors tested for long term results of abusive supervisory behaviors on perceptions of organizational politics and organizational citizenship behaviors and examine implications for management. …

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