Academic journal article Management Revue

Looking Back - Mille Fois Merci, Rainer Hampp

Academic journal article Management Revue

Looking Back - Mille Fois Merci, Rainer Hampp

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For almost three decades, the Rainer Hampp Verlag has been the home to the management revue. With the forthcoming volume our journal will transfer to the NOMOS-Verlag, as the Rainer Hampp Verlag discontinues all its journals and related business activities. This event inspires a short look back and a big "thank you" to our publisher.

Rainer Hampp called the management revue to life in 1991 as a German-speaking journal which in the first place published review articles of contributions in the field of management research. It was the aim of the journal to provide orientation in this diverse research field. Diether Gebert, Georg Schreyögg, Wolfgang H. Staehle and Dieter Wagner, the first team of publishers, defined management research from a behavioral perspective and focused on contributions from fields such as organizational theory, leadership, human resource management, as well as innovation management, knowledge management and strategic management. Publishers who succeeded the Berlin- and Potsdam-based founding fathers upheld this tradition.

Various developments - the formation of the research field in the Germanspeaking area, the increased orientation towards English-language journal publications, as well as the subsequent decrease in appreciation of orientation provision in the form of reviews - motivated the reinvention of the journal. Together with Rüdiger Kabst and Wenzel Matiaske, and backed by Richard Croucher und Rita Kellerman, Rainer Hampp transformed the management revue into an English-language journal of management research. …

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